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COVID-19 In-Place Artist Residency

The COVID-19 Artist Residency (Crisis Residency) was founded in May 2020 by artist Kate Hooray Osmond as an in-place non-competitive residency in response to the circumstances of the pandemic. The residency is self-directed by the artist and all creative disciplines welcome. There are no required commitments of time, or input beyond the initial application. The aim of the residency is to preserve time and creativity – an individual’s most precious resources – in order for the artist to pursue, experiment, and discover in their own art practice. Application is free, and the residency will continue for the duration of the pandemic.