Spring Residency Deadline Approaches

As I write, Meesha Goldberg is in the middle of a 100 mile ritual walk for her project Equilibrium Rites, for which preliminary drawings and plans were made during her artist in residence at Star & Snake this past Fall. It seems the perfect time to call in the next round of artists for our Spring Artist Residency, scheduled for June 5th – 18th, 2016

The residency will begin on the new moon in June and end as it becomes full. Each artist is given a private room and additional shared studio space is available in the turn of the century church and throughout the attached house. Artists work independently, on their own schedules, with a half way and end of residency group critique and share. A variety of tools and materials are available, inquire at starandsnakenh@yahoo.com for specific studio needs and any other questions. Residencies are completely free of charge, though residents are encouraged to share meals and must provide their own materials.

Deadline for applications is March 1st and the application can be found here: https://starandsnake.wordpress.com/artist-residencies/ Residency winners will be announced March 15th.

Fall 2015 Artist in Residence Meesha Goldberg, Equilibrium RItes, Photo by James Stark

Fall 2015 Artist in Residence Meesha Goldberg, Equilibrium Rites, Photo by James Stark


Fall 2015 Artist in Residence William Kiesel, The Triangular Book of St. Germain (leather bound edition)

Fall 2015 Artist in Residence William Kiesel, The Triangular Book of St. Germain (leather bound edition)


Emily Rose Michaud's studio during her Fall 2015 Artist in Residence

Emily Rose Michaud’s studio during her Fall 2015 Artist in Residence

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