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Artist Residencies

Artist Residencies

We offer four residency programs: artist research residencies, visiting artist residencies, emerging artist residencies, and collaborative printmaking residencies. Visit our submissions page for more information about applying.

  • Current Resident Artists

    Current Resident Artists

    The following artists-in-residence are currently working alongside our community of studio renters, volunteers, and staff.

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  • Upcoming Resident Artists

    Upcoming Resident Artists

    Stay tuned for more information about our upcoming artists-in-residence.

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  • Past Resident Artists

    Past Resident Artists

    We are very pleased to have hosted the following artists who developed printmaking projects alongside our community of studio renters, volunteers, and staff.

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Research residencies are intended for established artists who may not be familiar with printmaking, but intend to integrate print media into their existing practices. Research residents are given free access to the studio, workshops, and some materials.

Visiting residencies are intended for master printmakers from outside of Vancouver and provide a new environment and stimuli for them to expand their artistic practices. Visiting residents receive free access to the studio to complete a specific project. They are expected to informally share knowledge with other artists in our shared studio environment in any way they see fit.

Emerging artist residencies (formerly scholarship residencies) are aimed at assisting recent graduates with their transition to becoming practicing artists. Students who are finishing their graduation year or have graduated from a university program within two years of the submission deadline are eligible to apply.

We welcome proposals for collaborative printmaking residencies in which artists can hire a technician to produce prints in our studio.

Image: Installation view from Jeremy Hof's exhibition Woodcuts and Thick Screen Prints