- A two or three week residency stay
- A live/work studio space
- Breakfast and lunch foods will be stocked in the studio apartment and dinners offered by the host family 3-4 times per week -great food! We provide locally sourced ingredients and seasonal vegetables from an onsite garden when available.
- $500.00 stipend
Benefits to the Artist/Writer:
- Solitary time for work
- Time to enjoy nature, and time away from technology
- The opportunity to connect with the local community through, open studio Saturdays, a workshop, or an artist’s talk
- Attendance for the writer during Harbor Springs Festival of the Book
- The opportunity to meet with other local artists
Calendar for 2018 Residencies:
- May 11 – May 25, 2018, OR
- May 30 – June 13, 2018 OR
- June 16 – June 30, 2018 OR
- August 3 – August 17, 2018, OR
- Sept 21 - Oct 5, 2018
Requirements of the Artist/Writer:
- Must be over 21
- Need to have completed an undergraduate degree in a related field and pursuing art or writing as a professional career or if self-taught have pursued art or writing as a professional career
- Please review our Inclusion and Diversity and Partnership information
- Completion of a competitive application process via artcall.org – [button_apply-now] application deadline is January 31, 2018.
- Artist’s and writer’s applications will be considered based on their work submitted and their interest in the program
- Selected artists/writer will correspond with the Good Hart Artist Residency staff and nonprofit partners about logistics and arrangements.
Application must include:
- Resume including related experience and website information
- Two references including contact information
- Statement of intent including a one or two paragraph project description outlining your purpose for the residency
- Preference for dates of residency (writer residency only offered September 21 – October 5, 2018)
- Application fee of $25
- Brief summary of the community event, workshop or talk you would offer during your residency.
- Visual artists shall submit images of 6-10 examples of art work and include medium and date of creation. Visual artists select a preferred nonprofit partner to collaborate with.
- Writers must be currently working on a project. Writers shall submit three to five pages of a work in progress and an excerpt of no more than ten pages of a completed work. Samples of previously published work must include a link to the published work or information for accessing the published work. Projects may be in poetry, short stories, novels, essays, plays, screenplays, and/or creative nonfiction.