Cottage Artist Residencies

The primary criterion for acceptance to Byrdcliffe’s artist residency program is artistic excellence or demonstrated commitment to one’s field of endeavor. Artists in multiple disciplines are welcome to apply including writing, visual arts, weaving, ceramics, composers, darkroom photo, digital photo, film makers, playwrights, and more.

AIR COTTAGE RESIDENCIES | 2024 FALL SESSION – APPLY NOW

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About the program

Cottage residencies offer artists live/work space within the larger creative community of the Byrdcliffe Arts Colony amidst the serene natural setting of Woodstock, New York. While cottage residencies are more autonomous by nature, artists-in-residence are invited to participate in a variety of program offerings at Byrdcliffe.

During the summer months (May – September), this includes all monthly communal residency program offerings such as practice shares, excursions, gatherings, guest speakers, and Open Studio events. The winter months (October – April) are a quieter time of year at Byrdcliffe and a wonderful time to be in residence for artists looking for time and space for creative work with minimal distractions.

All artists-in-residents are invited to participate in the annually AiR exhibition at Byrdcliffe’s Kleinert/James Center for the Arts gallery space the year following their residency.

Artist Accommodations

Byrdcliffe’s artist-residency cottages are each unique in size, layout, and fee.  Utilities (propane, electric, and Wi-Fi) are not included and pets are not allowed.

Please carefully review the photos to determine suitability. For questions, contact air@woodstockguild.org. 

Cottage Residency Dates

Fall 2024 | October 18 – December 17, 2024

Extended Fall 2024 | October 18, 2024 – February 11, 2025


Spring 2025 | March 3 – April 29, 2025

Website link: https://www.woodstockguild.org/cottage-artist-residencies/

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