Lawndale’s 2022/23 Artist Studio Program Application Deadline Approaches

by Jessica Fuentes April 13, 2022

Lawndale has announced a call for Houston and Gulf Coast-based artists for its 2022/2023 Artist Studio Program (ASP).  

An installation view of the Lawndale exhibition, "Taking Care: Ryan Crowley, Loc Huynh, Jamire Williams."

Installation view of 2021/2022 Artist Studio Program exhibition “Taking Care: Ryan Crowley, Loc Huynh, Jamire Williams,” on view in the John M. O’Quinn Gallery through May 14. Image by Nash Baker.

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.

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