Situated along the banks of the Gihon River in the historic village of Johnson, Vermont, the Vermont Studio Center works to foster creativity through community, collaboration, and quiet reflection supported by the unspoiled beauty of the northern Green Mountains.
To advance this mission, the center welcomes applications for fellowships to its residency program. Each year, VSC offers two hundred and fifty fellowships to artists and writers to attend a month-long residency. Residencies include a private room in modest, shared housing; twenty-four-hour access to a private studio space in one of six medium-specific studio buildings; and three communal meals per day (plus fresh fruit, coffee/tea/cold beverages, and cereal available around the clock). Most residencies last a month, so sessions adhere to a four-week calendar; however, residencies may be scheduled in two-week increments ranging from two to twelve weeks if a shorter or longer stay better suits an applicant’s needs.
See the Vermont Studio Center website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.