Our artists-in-residence must…
- Be based in the NYC metro area
- Have new work to present that is aligned with our mission, our values and our editorial criteria
- Be able to work with our resources.
- New work can mean that you’ll be doing a Greene Space-commissioned work, a world premiere of work that you’re already undertaking, or just the first time the work will be presented in NYC.
- For curators or performers, your proposed format should either be a series of three or more live events OR a festival/marathon/conference spanning one or more days.
- For visual artists, you must be able to exhibit your work in our space for a period of no less than eight weeks.
- Work must be compatible with the physical limitations of our venue (i.e. we can display photographs, we cannot display an enormous sculpture; we can present a trio, we cannot present an orchestra).
- Lead time before the first event/exhibition proposed must be no less than three months from the time you submit a proposal.
- We work with prospective artists-in-residence to hone proposals, support the creative development and pre-production of the work where desired and appropriate, provide a stipend in scale with the overall project budget, publicize the residency and promote the work and fully support the execution of all live shows or exhibitions in The Greene Space.
If you’d like to submit a residency proposal or find out more, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.