a commitment

our approach

At the core of Township10’s residency is the opportunity to utilize the property and its resources in service of the artist’s needs/desires.

 

Artists are invited and empowered to plan a residency. This may include filling the other four bedrooms with guests, or hunkering down for a quiet experience free from distraction. There is a studio tech on-site to welcome and support. The possibilities for how the property can be utilized are numerous and exciting to consider.

 

  • Residencies vary in length from 3 weeks to 2 months.

  • Accommodations and studio access are free of charge.

  • Expenses include travel, meals, and materials/firings, A finished work is selected for donation to the T10 collection.

We are thrilled to dedicate Township10 as a space for those who teach, lead, mentor and disrupt to further their personal, intellectual, and/or community goals.

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FUTURE CALL ANNOUNCEMENT

Due to COVID and our efforts to reschedule residents from this year, we will not open a call for applications until November of 2021. A panel of peers will review applications and award a residency to two applicants. The application will be available on this website in November 2021.

 

Township10 will launch in 2020-21 with a series of invited artists.

 

Experiences during this inaugural year will inform and shape the future direction of the project. We have asked artists to activate and enjoy the property, connect with the community, and offer us feedback.

a place for

 

a work intensive

    

a collaboration

 

reunion with mentors

    

base for international artist

a gathering in memorial

 

skill-building workshop

 

kiln-building residency

 

a writing retreat

  

series of focused conversations

    

interdisciplinary duet 

 

summit punctuated
by meals and music

an exhibition

 

Expectations

 

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. A few things we lay out are:

 

- We ask artists to incorporate shared meals and poetry into their stay.

 

- We encourage artists to connect with the local community and find ways to share their perspective.

 

- We select a finished work for our collection. 

 

- We facilitate a written reflection to be archived for past and future residents.

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Spring 2021 Resident

Melissa Feldman

Along with her ongoing work as an independent curator and writer, Melissa Feldman held positions for the last several years as Distinguished Visiting Faculty at Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, and Director of the Neddy Artist Awards program supporting PNW artists and audiences. Recent curatorial projects include Indie Folk: New Art from the Pacific Northwest (2020) at Adams and OllmanFeldman has been a frequent contributor to Art in America and Frieze and has also taught at the California College of Art, the San Francisco Art Institute, and Goldsmith’s College, London. Feldman is credited with organizing the first monographic exhibitions for Kilimnik, Martin Kippenberger, and Hiroshi Sugimoto in the 1990s as a curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia.

https://adamsandollman.com/Indie-Folk

 

Long Term Resident

Kyle Lawson

 

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.

@kylelawsonpottery

kylelawsonpottery@gmail.com

info@township10.com

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