SCAD PAINTING DEPARTMENT, NEW YORK CITY WORKSPACE RESIDENCY
Since June 2001, the college has rented a Manhattan studio in close proximity to the city’s primary gallery districts for use by one SCAD graduate or advanced undergraduate painting student during each of four academic quarters. Students must be registered for two classes during the residency: an internship and an independent study or other course (such as an eLearning course). Studio residents must host an Open Studio (for reference, view Jon Seals’ Winter 2012 Open Studio).
Applications from SCAD graduate and advanced undergraduate paintings students are reviewed by faculty once each year (typically in February). For more information, contact the painting department administrative assistant (912-525-6405).
Applications are received only in digital form; either as an email attachment as a CD.
A complete application is comprised of 1) the completed, signed application form (editable PDF); 2) resume , 3) current unofficial transcript and/or CAPP report, 4) project proposal, and 5) 10 to 20 JPG images that related to the project proposal. For more information, contact the painting department administrative assistant (912-525-6405).
The dates of each quarter long residency are as follows:
Summer 2012 — June 25-Aug 30
Fall 2012 — Sept 10-Nov 19
Winter 2013 — Jan 7-Mar 14
Spring 2013 — Mar 25-May 30
The studio is located at 323 West 39th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues. The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program, a professional community of 80 artists, is based in the same building; the EFA Studio Program is separate from SCAD’s New York City Workspace Residency. The studio is served by key-access passenger and freight elevators, and provides shared restroom facilities, wash sinks, and common areas equipped with coffee maker, sink, refrigerator, and microwave oven. The studio has an 11′ ceiling, a phone line, several electric outlets, windows on one wall, and individual ventilation and air conditioning. The building is heated by steam radiators. Access to the studios is 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Large or heavy items and work involving high noise levels or fire risk cannot be accommodated for practical reasons. Residency participants are strictly prohibited from living in the studio.
Residents must cover all travel expenses, tuition, room and board, as well as all associated expenses (transportation within the city, materials, health insurance, cell phone, etc.). Studio rent (several thousand dollars each term), and studio utilities (heat, air-conditioning, electricity) are covered by the college.
Spring 2014 – Brandon Woods (SAV), internship with Pierogi Gallery
Winter 2014 – Srinjoy Gangopadhyay (ATL)
Fall 2013 – Alessandra Hosher (SAV), internship with Mixed Green’s Gallery
Summer 2013 – Bill Singer (SAV), internship with Cleopatra’s Gallery in Greenpoint and Gavin Brown’s Enterprise
Spring 2013 – Sausan Saulat (ATL)
Winter 2013 – Kalin Allen (SAV), internship with Cleopatra’s Gallery in Greenpoint
Fall 2012 – Ma Nong (Wan Hung Sun) (SAV), internship with Paul Bloodgood – assistant
Summer 2012 –Honor Bowman (SAV), Elizabeth Neel – studio assistant, and Cleopatra’s Gallery in Greenpoint
Winter 2011 Rachel Fainter MFA, residency blog
Fall 2009 Nora Mulheren MFA, Internship at Creative Time
Summer 2009 Jonathan Terranova MFA (SCAD-Atlanta),
Spring 2009 Gyun Hur MFA, Hudgens Prize recipient 2010 (SCAD-Atlanta)
Fall 2008 Yi-Shin Tzeng MFA (SCAD-Atlanta)
Summer 2008 Yana Dimitrova (SCAD-Atlanta)
Spring 2008 Whitney Stansell (SCAD-Atlanta)
Winter 2008 Akira Horikawa MFA
Summer 2007 Blanche Nettles-Powers MFA, Internship at Kim Foster Gallery
Winter 2007 Mary Czekalinski MFA, Internship at Triangle Arts
Fall 2006 David Kurt MFA, Internship at Triangle Arts
Spring 2006 Jeffrey Tackett MFA, P.S.1 MoMA
Winter 2006 Susan Murrell MFA, 303 Gallery
Fall 2005 Joel Joneintz MFA,DUMBO Arts Center
Summer 2005 Jason Kofke MFA, Triangle Arts
Spring 2005 Alex Young MFA, GreenNaftali Gallery
Winter 2005 Gena Brodie MFA, Exit Art
Spring 2004 Tarin Eicher MFA, Triangle Arts and RARE Gallery
Winter 2004 Jessica Schnebel MFA, Joyce Tenneson and PaceWildenstein Gallery
Fall 2003 Monica James MFA, Exit Art
Summer 2003 Woody Weber MFA, PaceWildenstein Gallery
Spring 2003 Jason Hackenwerth MFA, Mary Boone and Robert Steele Gallery
Winter 2003 Boricua Reviera MFA, Independent study
Fall 2002 Shane Moore MFA, Internships at Artists Space and Marvel Comics
Summer 2002 Kiril Jelaizkov MFA, Independent study
Spring 2002 Stone Hseih MFA, Intersnhip at Sears-Peyton Gallery and Ying Ju Lai MFA, Internship at Alexander Gallery
Winter 2002 Chris Stevens BFA, Internship at Artlink
Fall 2001 Joshua Lynn BFA, Internship at The Center for Book Arts
Summer 2001 Karim Ghidinelli MFA, Internship at Artlink