Snow Farm offers three residency opportunities throughout the year, one of which is free for the artist.
Scholarships & Access
In our committment to equity and access, there are three different programs at Snow Farm that allow artists to attend workshops for free or at a discount. The Workshop Access Program is based on income; accepted participants can take one workshop a year with a 60% discount on tuition. Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Scholarships cover tuition and housing and are awarded to qualifying candidates by lottery. Eight scholarships are available in 2024. The Work-Study program invites participants to live and work at Snow Farm for a month in exchange for attending workshops. Each of these programs has different criteria and a separate application.
Each year, Snow Farm features a diverse roster of exceptional workshop instructors. We welcome proposals from highly skilled teaching artists and craftspeople who are interested in sharing their expertise with our creative community. An ideal instructor will enjoy working with students of varying skill levels, be charasmatic, and demonstrate dedication their craft/art.
In order to be considered, please submit a workshop proposal using our online application form. You will be asked to submit
- a brief workshop description or two (60 - 80 words each)
- an artistic bio or resume featuing teaching experience and accomplishments within your field
- links to your website and to social media pages that feature your work
- professional quality images of your work
Snow Farm generally reviews workshop proposals between January and June for the following calendar year; however, review may also occur outside of that timeframe. We encourage you to submit your idea at any time. Proposals will be kept on file for two years.