Interested in applying for a residency?
Application deadline for all regular residencies:
15 April 2021 EXTENDED TO 15 MAY 2021
Second deadline for the FLEX residencies: 15 September 2021
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Long Term Program
Flex & Invitational Program
Artists in Residence
The Artists in Residence program is at the heart of creativity at Medalta. Artists from all over the world come to Medalta for lengths of time from one day to one year to make in a community that validates risk and nurtures creativity. This creativity is transferred to the community through both our Exhibition and Education programs.
The resident artists also teach in our Education program which includes curricular and co-curricular programming, as well as summer camps. The resident artists occupy a vital role in delivering programming in our lifelong learning program. As an organization, The Friends of Medalta Society has been a leader in developing creative pathways in museology, social enterprise, and community engagement.
Applications must be submitted in digital format.
Please submit applications via a file sharing service such as Google Drive or Dropbox. Share via email@example.com.
For international artists: Medalta is still accepting international artists, however, please be aware that there may be Canadian travel restrictions that make it difficult for foreign nationals to enter the country.
If accepted, you will be notified within three weeks of the application closing date. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: All application materials need to arrive on or before the application due date. Late applications will not be processed.
In addition to our Artist in Residence program, we offer workshops throughout the year. These workshops are led by artists with expertise in various ceramic techniques and are suitable for the intermediate and accomplished artists alike. They’re a great way to be inspired and stay connected with fellow clay enthusiasts from around the world while experiencing the Medalta community.