ORGANIZATIONS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Alliance of Artists Communities
www.artistcommunities.org
An international association of artists’ residencies — a diverse field of
more than 1,500 programs worldwide that support artists of any discipline
in the development of new creative work.  Links to residencies are
provided on its website. 
American Academy in Rome
www.aarome.org 

An American study and advanced research center in the fine arts
and humanities. Sponsors the Rome Prize Fellowship and other
residency programs.

Art in General 
www.artingeneral.org
Sponsors International Collaborations Program that encompass
existing partners from its Eastern European Residency Exchange
Program (EERE) and new partners into one larger collaborations
program. Has partnerships with organizations in Australia, Egypt,
Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Portugal, and the United Kingdom.
Also sponsors the New Commissions Program designed to
support selected artists in the production of new work by providing
artist fees, production fees, exhibition space, a solo exhibition,
promotion, and opportunities to engage with audiences through
free online and public programs.
Bellagio Center Creative Arts Fellowship Program
www.rockefellerfoundation.org/our-work/bellagio-center
Sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation. Offers residencies to
artists, composers, and writers in Como, Italy. Has offices in New York,
Thailand, Kenya, and Italy.
National Park Service, U.S. Department of Commerce
http://home.nps.gov/romo/supportyourpark/artist_in_residence.htm
Offers artist-in-residence opportunities to visual and performing
artists and writers in parks throughout the United States
Trans Artists
www.transartists.nl
A foundation that provides artists working in all disciplines with
information about international artist-in-residence programs
and other opportunities.

U.S./Japan Creative Artists’ Program, Japan/U.S.
Friendship Commission

www.jusfc.gov/creative-artists-programs   
Provides 3-5 month residences in Japan for individual artists

in all disciplines.  Artists work on individual projects.

Vermont Studio Center
http://vermontstudiocenter.org
The largest international artists’ and writers’ residency program in
the United States.

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 WEBSITES

“Are You an Emerging Artist Looking to Raise Your Game? Here Are 7 Residencies That Can Help,” Artnet
Survey of  best incubators for talents on the rise by
Brian Boucher & Caroline Goldstein
https://news.artnet.com/art-world/7-best-artist-residencies-1033418 
Funding + Training + Resources for Artists
Sponsored by the Artist Trust in Seattle.  Provides information on residencies.
http://artisttrust.org
Grants, Awards and Residencies
A listing of residencies for writers and artists. Sponsored by the PEN American Center.
https://pen.org/grants-awards-residencies

NYFA Source
An extensive database for visual and performing artists and writers, and arts organizations. Includes a section artists-in-residence programs. Sponsored by the New York Foundation for the Arts.
http://source.nyfa.org/content/search/search.aspx?SA=1
SchoolShows
A national directory of performers who present assemblies, workshops, and residencies in schools.
www.schoolshows.com

“What is the Best Artist Residency in Europe,” Artnet 
https://news.artnet.com/art-world/best-artist-residencies-europe-1060478



 

 

 

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