We accept applications for one-week, two-week- and month-long residencies. Residencies include living accommodations, opportunities to lead several workshops and public demos/talks, lead discussions, and/or create a public art piece. Residents will have available work space, will be encouraged to collaborate with other area artists and makers, and will have the work created be displayed to the public in a gallery format.

Residents are housed in The Wherehouse Art Hotel, a revolving-door style hostel located in the locally-renown PS 211 warehouse, which has served as shared living-and-studio space for local and thru-passing artists and musicians since the early 1990s. Located above Krankies cafe and coffee roasters, a venture started by the arthouse's original squatting occupants, the "Wherehouse" has been responsible for the flourishing of Winston's underground culture of art and music, as well as many entrepreneurial endeavors that are now part of the lifeblood of our downtown. 
 

PAST RESIDENCIES

JUNE 2016  - James Barber (YES PLS)  from Brooklyn // 2 weeks // WORKSHOPS: Life Casting in Alginate and Plaster DEMO: Making a Mold with Silicone / PROJECTS: Developed designs and products for YES PLS using clay prototypes and mold-making processes; Collaborated with local area artist Kelsey Brown on a photo project

NOVEMBER 2016 - Tristin Miller, Greensboro // 4 weeks // WORKSHOPS: Zine-making, Sketchbooking / DEMO: Painting on Glass / PROJECTS: Painted the windows at Kleur; Created Volume 6 of her zine, Finding A Place And Trusting It For Awhile

JANUARY 2016 - Grace Engel (PHLOX) from Asheville / 4 weeks / WORKSHOPS: Emotional Recovery Through Art-Making, Feminist Embroidery, Contour Drawing. / PROJECTS: Created a vast body of painted portraits of local women, with interviews, embroidery project/collaboration with The Wherehouse Art Hotel, started ongoing writing/painting collaboration project with local area artist, Ryan Ashley Anderson.