Residency & Application


  • To apply send an email to

  • The applicant's email must include:

    • a CV or resume

    • representative examples of past work and an idea of the work you plan to pursue while in residence

    • Preference for dates: Month and number of weeks.

    • Contact information for two individuals who are familiar with your  work that we can contact for letters of reference. 




  • Applications accepted until February 1st, 2021 for the April through October sessions. Applicants will be notified of acceptance shortly after February 1st.

  • Any questions? Contact us at



  • A stipend of $200 will be granted for each week completed to help defray travel and cost of living. 



  • Each resident is responsible for transportation to and from Dayton, WY as well as transportation while they are here. There is  no public transportation or ride sharing services available in the area.



  • Each residency lasts approximately 2 to 4 weeks. Exact dates are flexible.

  • Only one artist/collaborator will be in residence at a time.

  • Residents are responsible for all food shopping and meal preparation, laundry and house cleaning during their stay. 

  • Residents should bring all necessary materials for their work.

  • Residents must have a valid US drivers license.


  • The living space includes

    • a living room

    • completely equipped kitchen 

    • bathroom

    • laundry room

    • two bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with a twin bed

    • 18’ x 24’ studio space

    • wifi equipped


  • Accepted applicants are welcome to invite a spouse/partner or collaborator to accompany them. Children will be considered.

  • A small dog will be considered.


  • During the residency each artist will have the opportunity to present their work in a community setting.

  • Each resident is encouraged to donate one piece of art work to the residency.



  • No smoking

  • No open fires

  • No candles/incense

  • Before you leave

    • Vacuum, mop and clean the residence

    • All bedding washed with beds made up

    • Trash removed

    • Perishable items removed from kitchen


Each resident will have an orientation including information on how

to handle most situations, however, residents are expected to be on

their own and self-reliant.