The Wassaic Project’s 2018 Haunted Mill program seeks resident artists.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Wassaic Project seeks artists interested in taking over a floor or a single room in Maxon Mills for the Haunted Mill (Saturday, October 27, 2018). Artists will have complete creative control with their installation (though they need to keep their work PG-13).
We want artists who are excited to participate and get weird, as well as artists who are self-directed and independent with their projects and vision. WP offers housing in one of our residency houses from 10/16 – 10/30, private studio space in Maxon Mills as well as additional studio.
Applications are run through our SlideRoom portal. Applicants propose an installation for a floor or room in Maxon Mills. We want artists who are excited to participate and get weird, and artists who are self-directed and independent with their projects and vision.
If accepted, participating artists and artistic teams receive housing in one of our residency houses between October 16 and October 30, private studio space in Maxon Mills (and additional studio space in Luther Barn), full access to our wood shop and print shop, and a $100 honorarium.
What you need to apply to the Haunted Mill.
-1–5 work samples
-$10 application fee
Deadline: June 11, 2018, midnight
For more information about the Wassaic Project’s Haunted Mill:
The Wassaic Project
The Wassaic Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, uses art and arts education to foster positive social change. We nurture connections between our artists and our neighbors facilitating a mutual broadening of perspectives and respect across economic and cultural boundaries. The Wassaic Project exists to provide a genuine and intimate context for art making and strengthening local community by increasing social and cultural capital through inspiration, promotion and creation of contemporary visual and performing art.
The Wassaic Project produces exhibitions, a summer festival, an arts education program, and a competitive residency program that brings artists and writers into the hamlet of Wassaic to live and work for periods of 1 – 6 months.