At the core of Township10’s residency is an invitation to utilize the property and its resources in service of the artist’s needs/desires.
Residencies are awarded--there are no residency fees. Accommodations and 24/7 studio access are free of charge.
Residencies vary in length from 4-6 weeks.
Emerging as well as established artists are encouraged to apply. Applicants who are currently enrolled in a degree program are ineligible.
Applications are reviewed by a panel of advisors, past residents, artists, and curators.
Expenses include travel, meals, and materials/firings,
Groups may apply (artists-invite-artists). This does not have to be formal collaboration. Each individual artist submits an application.
Proof of vaccination is required for residency at Township10.
You may have lots of questions. We have tried to be very thorough and address them here: Frequently Asked Questions.
OPEN CALL FOR 2023
Before starting the application, please take time to read through the FAQs. Our application is managed entirely through Slideroom which charges a nonrefundable processing fee of $10 USD.
Applications for 2023 are now open. These openings are for ceramics-focused proposals. We will continue bringing in curators/writers by invitation-only.
Applications are accepted through Slideroom and open November 1-30, 2022. Click here to view application.
a place for
a work intensive
reunion with mentors
base for international artist
a gathering in memorial
a writing retreat
series of focused conversations
Township10 is envisioned as an intimate space reserved for deep art practice, material exploration, and community building.
We have the highest expectations for the respect, thoughtfulness, and care that guests will bring to this experience. Make note:
- We ask artists to incorporate shared meals and poetry into their stay.
- We encourage artists to find ways to connect with the local community.
- We select a finished work for our collection.
- We request a written reflection to be archived for past and future residents.
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Resident Artist 2021
Christina Mesiti is a Los Angeles-based artist and educator originally from Phoenix, AZ. A Fulbright scholar to Mexico, she has shown in places including UCLA, Cal State Long Beach, and Locust Projects. She has taught at Pitzer and Pomona colleges and will be joining the faculty at Deep Springs College as a Visiting Professor. In 2020, she launched an experimental collaborative teaching/learning space that operates as a walking residency– the Emplacement Society. She received her MFA from Claremont Graduate University.
Long Term Resident
A skilled potter and woodworker, Kyle Lawson graduated from Oregon College of Art and Craft with a BFA in Craft. He spent the past few years working with the crew at Sarah Wolf Ceramics and assisting artists Dirk Staschke and Jeffry Mitchell among others. Originally from Sacramento, CA, Kyle relocated to the mountains of Western North Carolina to take on the challenge of building out the studios, caring for the property, and delving into his art practice as Township10’s first Long-term Resident. Kyle looks forward to welcoming residents & visitors to the property.