Lawndale has announced a call for Houston and Gulf Coast-based artists for its 2022/2023 Artist Studio Program (ASP).
Established over fifteen years ago, the ASP is one way that Lawndale supports local artists. The nine-month program provides artists with 24-hour access to a private studio, a monthly stipend of $750, and up to $2,000 for project development and materials. Additionally, Lawndale will provide an opportunity for an exhibition, programming, or a performance after the residency is finished.
ASP applicants must be at least 18 years of age and cannot be currently enrolled in a degree program. Lawndale is seeking to support artists from diverse backgrounds and who are in a transitional shift in their artistic career. This opportunity is open to artists working in a variety of disciplines, including visual art, performance, music, and literary arts.
Applications will be reviewed by a three-person panel which includes Bria Lauren (2017/2018 ASP participant), Sterling Allen (Lawndale Advisory Board member), and Anna Walker (Lawndale Executive Director). The 2021/2022 residents included Ryan Crowley, Loc Huynh, and Jamire Williams.
Applications are due by Friday, April 29, 2022 at 11:59 pm CDT. Fore more information and to apply, visit Submittable.