Call for submissions: NSCAD Community Studio Residency

Applications due:
May 15, 2021
For more information and application form:
NSCAD University offers residency programs for recent grads, and – at times – current students in three sites through Nova Scotia. Participation in a residency program is regarded as an ideal way to launch or continue an artistic practise after graduation from NSCAD: giving emerging artists the physical space not to mention the headspace—to work.

Prime studio space is offered in exchange for community involvement, whether that’s holding community workshops for adults or leading classes for school kids, every residency has different expectations. Residents are expected to be active participants in their host communities by engaging town residents in the visual arts through exhibitions, receptions and guest lectures.

You should apply if:
– You would like to have access to a (shared) studio for your own practice.
– You have an interest in community engagement, community development or social justice work.
– You would like to increase your teaching skills or understanding of artistic residencies.
– You are eager to share your work, skills and interests with diverse groups of people.

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