The Artist Cottage work space after artists had packed up all their belongings in 2016. The artwork shown is being stored preparation for an upcoming exhibit. A divider wall is visible at left. This space may not be available in 2019. New studios are being developed.

The Artist Cottage work space after artists had packed up all their belongings in 2016. The artwork shown is being stored preparation for an upcoming exhibit. A divider wall is visible at left. This space may not be available in 2019. New studios are being developed.

Studios

New studios are being developed for 2019. Stay tuned.

One utility sink and a safe solvent storage/cleanup station is shared in a common area of this space. The air is kept clear of VOCs through a high quality carbon air filter designed for such use.

 
This space is pretty much brand new. This image shows a continuation of the space shown above. Volunteers above paint the space white in preparation for its first use in 2016. An overhead door allows for easy move of large scale items in and out of the studio.

This space is pretty much brand new. This image shows a continuation of the space shown above. Volunteers above paint the space white in preparation for its first use in 2016. An overhead door allows for easy move of large scale items in and out of the studio.

ARt Making Suitability

This space is most suitable to artists that do not require robust sculpture facilities. Excessive dust producing processes such as heavy sanding and grinding are not permitted in this space. Noisy power tools are also discouraged. Noisy performance or audio based art making is not a good fit. Maintaining a reasonably quiet working environment is required.

While the residency is open to artists working in a wide variety of methods, materials, and aesthetics, applicants should take into account whether this residency is best for them given what this space can accommodate.