With support from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, CentroNia offers an opportunity for artists to make work in residence at the Columbia Heights campus.
Through the residency, selected artists will be provided free and dedicated studio space during the months of July and August and honoraria of $500 or $1000 dollars.
There is no cost to to apply. To apply artists should submit at least an image and artist bio or statement about how you’d like to use the residency.
The Residency will provide access to a non-exclusive studio space in the early childhood education campus of CentroNia in Columbia Heights. Because children use the building during the day artists can only use non-toxic and non-odorous materials. Artists are expected to store their in-process art work and art supplies and clean up their work space after each session. CentroNia will provide a locked storage space.
To learn more and to apply online visit www.ResidenciaCentronia.com