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Artist in Residence

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History

In 2012, the Artist in Residence program at AMOCA was launched and Bobbie Free from Montana became the inaugural artist-in-residence. From those humble beginnings, artists accepted into the program over the next six years were afforded a semi-private studio space, 24/7 access to studio facilities, and equipment for one to six months. In the fall of 2018, Mr. Armstrong provided the means necessary for a local furnished apartment, within walking distance, to be provided to artists as part of the residency program. In 2019, Laguna Clay (a regional ceramics supply company) became an annual program sponsor and now provides artists a clay stipend. The Windgate Foundation made a significant grant in the spring of 2020 to double the size of the program and underwrite it through 2022.

Watch the video below to learn more about the residency experience from Laura Nave, the most recent resident.

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