Calls Deadline 01/2012 Residencies

Woodstock AIR 2023

Deadline: January 31

Only a few days left to apply to Woodstock AIR 2023, the Center for Photography at Woodstock’s artist-in-residency program. Woodstock AIR is the oldest lens-based artist-in-residency devoted primarily to artists of color. These residencies are invaluable: photographers complete ongoing projects, advance their artistic vision and break new ground in an environment that has inspired artists for over a century.

The full application for Woodstock AIR 2023, with all eligibility requirements and submission guidelines, can be found on CPW’s Submittable. Our jury this year will be Makeda Best, Richard L. Menschel Curator of Photography at the Harvard Art Museums; Samantha Box, artist, Woodstock AIR 2021; Lola Flash, artist, Woodstock AIR 2019; and Candice Hopkins, Executive Director and Chief Curator, Forge Project. Together, these brilliant artists and curators bring breadth, rigor, and refinement to our review process.

Founded in 1999, Woodstock AIR supports individual creativity and critical dialogue around diversity, race, identity, and social justice. Over 150 artists have participated in the residency, including LaToya Ruby Frazier, Deana Lawson, and Paul Mpagi Sepuya. Each year ten artists are selected from an open call. Residencies last for four weeks and include a $2,000 honorarium, $250 travel stipend, living accommodations in a house that has a fully equipped artist studio with a large-format printer, editing setup, and ample workspace. In addition, residents receive critical and technical support at CPW’s Digital Media Lab in Kingston.

Submissions are due by Tuesday, January 31, 2023, at midnight EST. 

There is no charge for entry