Shandaken Projects is the proud administrator of the Shandaken: Storm King residency program. This ground-breaking collaboration brings Shandaken's signature, process-focused residencies to the grounds of Storm King Art Center. This partnership was created in 2015.
Shandaken: Storm King provides free housing and studio facilities with the particular aim of supporting process and experimentation. Residencies last for two to six weeks, an allotment which is determined at the time of acceptance between residents and the project's staff.
The shapes of residencies are largely determined by the residents themselves. The residency grounds are peaceful and private, but Storm King's main site and vibrant towns of the Lower Hudson Valley region are nearby.
The facilities of Shandaken: Storm King are well suited for painting, drawing, collage, research, writing, reflection, performance, and work that is community-driven or socially-based, land-based, or ephemeral. If you are an applicant interested in working on large sculpture, printmaking, film or video, internet-related work, analog photography, or other disciplines that require specialized equipment, please contact us to talk about what tools are available and how a residency could work for you.
The 2017 season of Shandaken: Storm King is made possible by generous lead support from The Pollock-Krasner Foundation and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
Application information is available here.
View of the South Fields, all works by Mark di Suvero. Background: Pyramidian, 1987/1998; She, 1977-78, Private Collection; Mon Père, Mon Père, 1973-75; Mother Peace, 1969-70. Except where noted, all works Gift of the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation. Photo by Jerry L. Thompson.