Private accommodations in an MTSU residence hall, a US $250.00 stipend for food, and basic print materials will be provided. Travel to and from MTSU is the responsibility of the selected artist. Visiting Artists will pursue an in depth investigation into one concept or technique. Information regarding the program, updates regarding Visiting Artist events, and a gallery of work generated by the program will be available online and promoted through print and social media.
Participating artists will present a one hour public lecture, offer an all ages workshop, and/or lead a Master’s class. At the end of the residency, one piece the artist has produced during their residency will be donated to the MTSU permanent art collection. Artists will be asked to submit an evaluation of their experience, along with recommendations for how the program could be implemented moving forward.
Artists will be selected on the basis of their merit, strength of project proposal and the significance of their current and previous contributions to their fields.
Submission requirements include: a portfolio of 20 images, updated CV, proposal for project and community engagement activities, two reference letters. This information will be uploaded to the Department of Art and Design’s Submittable account. https://mtsutoddartgallery.submittable.com/submit
The MTSU Department of Art and Design recognizes and respects the diversity of our students and community. We welcome applications by all artists regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexuality, socio-economic class, age, religion, or disability to apply.
Artists will be housed within a private studio within the printmaking facilities of Todd Hall. This studio features a large work table, several small working surfaces, wall space, screenprint table, small etching press and inking area. While participating artists need not engage specifically with printmaking, the space is equipped to serve those who might. Todd hall also features expansive sculpture and ceramics facilities, digital labs as well as book arts and letterpress. Regardless of project, the artist must be proficient on all equipment used and be completely self-sufficient.