Chalk Hill Artist Residency

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Chalk Hill Artist Residency is now accepting applications for 2015. The residency program supports artists in their creative process and the development of new works while offering the time and space to be immersed in a uniquely beautiful natural setting. Chalk Hill provides artists working in diverse media with housing and workspace at Warnecke Ranch and Vineyard, located on the Russian River, an hour and a half north of San Francisco.

The application deadline is July 15, 2014 via mail or online. 

The Program is interested in established artists, emerging artists and outsider artists. Chalk Hill encourages applications from individuals and collaborative teams. The Residency also encourages artists living with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges to apply who may require special living needs, like attending with a care-provider.

Click here to apply!

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Download, fill out, print and mail Application Form to Chalk Hill Artist Residency. Include a resume, artist statement and project proposal (limited to one page each). Artists may also attach all documents as PDF or Word and email applications to Email submission are preferred.

Provide 6 – 10 samples of artwork (CD of images/video/sound, or attach jpegs to the email application).

Submit $40 application fee via secure Paypal “donate” button on the Chalk Hill Residency homepage or personal check. Paypal is preferred. Application fees are non-refundable.

For any questions or concerns, contact Chalk Hill Residency Program by following the link.

Send hard copy applications to:

Chalk Hill Artist Residency

3427 Chalk Hill Rd

Healdsburg, CA 95448


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