for two weeks to nine months
The history and wild nature of the Adirondacks. 78 acres of pristine farm and woodland on the flanks of Hurricane Mountain. Breathtaking views of the Great Range from your window. An uncommon marriage of art, food, and farming. The stage is set.
Although clay is at our core, our residencies are open-ended and place-based by design. We welcome all project proposals and encourage multi-disciplinary thinking.
Summer and Winter residencies designed for ceramic artists at any stage of their careers who seek time and space to make work. Two Teaching Fellowships will be awarded each year. LEARN MORE
2017 Studio Artists-in-Residence: Caitlyn Wright, Tyler Bischoff
Accomplished artists of all disciplines are welcome to apply for a short-term residency courtesy of the Paul Z. Nowicki Master Artists Fellowship. Two days to two weeks in length, May through November. LEARN MORE
2017 Fellowship recipients: performing artists Thomas Graves + Jennifer Kidwell, and The Space We Make
For ceramic artists who wish to participate in Craigardan's delicious celebration of the farm, the food, and the plate. 9-month Winter residency. LEARN MORE
2017 Harvest Plate Resident: Catherine Seidenberg
2018: Emma Silverstein
HARVEST PLATE RESIDENCY
A new opportunity for 2018. Stay tuned. MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON
Intellectual Arts Residency
Annual retreat beginning Fall 2017. LEARN MORE
2017 Writers-in-Residence: Lorene Garrett, Christian Barter, Alison Owings, Jennifer Steil, Ellen Sussman, and Deborah Michel
Offering a variety of studio, office, and outdoor spaces for those who wish to develop their own work or complete specific projects within the supportive Craigardan community. Year-round. LEARN MORE