The project residency is a one-semester residency for people who want to develop a project as part of the ITP/IMA community. Project residents have full access to the facilities at ITP/IMA’s campus facility at 370 Jay St. Project residents are expected to create work at 370 Jay St as well as give one public artist talk / workshop. Project residents do not get private office or studio space -- but have full access to shared workspaces and the various ITP/IMA workshops and labs. Project residents will be part of a cohort and encouraged to collaborate with each other.
Shared desk space on the 4th floor of 370 Jay Street.
Full access to ITP/IMA facilities and equipment.
Visiting scholar privileges at NYU including e-mail and library access.
A stipend of $5,000.
Administrative support from Project Residency Coordinator.
Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to cover any accomodation or travel costs. The residency does not include health insurance or other university benefits.
Project residents are expected to spend at least 1 day per week at ITP/IMA. The hours are flexible and can be spread out over multiple days or grouped together for a more intensive shorter term visit.
Project residents are required to host one public program event during the semester. This could be a workshop or an artist talk.
Project residents will share their process and display work at 370 Jay St. and/or in ITP/IMA online community spaces.
Candidates must be authorized to work lawfully in the United States.
Note on Covid/Remote:
This is intended to be a position who can commit to coming onto campus through the period of the residency. If you are accepted you will be expected to adhere to NYU’s guidelines and policies regarding covid testing as well as any health and safety practices. Any changes to in-person/remote status of your position, as well as access to the campus, will be based on following NYU’s guidelines throughout the year. At this time we are not accepting applications for remote applicants.
How to Apply
Applications for the fall 2021 project residency are now closed. We will begin accepting applications for the spring 2022 project residencies in October. If you have questions about the fellowship and application process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.