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post-studio projects’ Teaching Artist Residency Program acts as a conduit for interaction and professional development for emerging artists, while empowering them to give back to the local community. This residency is a great opportunity for artists interested in gaining teaching or curatorial experience. Our program acts as an incubator for professional development for emerging artists. We give resident artists access to low-cost studio space and valuable development opportunities in exchange for teaching classes or curating shows (volunteering 12 hours per month).

This program helps artists pursue their individual professional goals. Artists propose the classes they would like to teach and shows they would like to curate. We work as a team to make their goals a reality. Artists with experience in teaching/curating as well as artists hoping to gain experience in these areas are encouraged to apply.

post-studio projects serves you as an artist by providing:
experience teaching art to youth and adults
the opportunity to curate and install exhibitions in our gallery
shared studio space ($150 per month; 24-hour access; utilities & wifi included)
opportunities for collaboration with other artists
access to the local community, resources and help sourcing materials
presentation of your artwork on the post-studio website
exhibition of your artwork to the general public

To apply, please submit the following by August 15, 2014:
cover letter (introduce yourself and explain your interest in post-studio)
artist statement
5 – 10 images of your artwork (JPEG format) + image inventory sheet
optional materials: syllabus for Youth or Adult Education Course, curatorial proposal, etc.

Submit application materials by email to We are happy to answer any questions you may have about this program.

Residencies are offered for either a 6-month or 1-year commitment. For more information, visit:

post-studio projects
2315 Commerce St
Houston, TX 77002
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