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INTERLUDE ARTIST RESIDENCY
Established in 2019 in the Hudson Valley, Interlude Artist Residency is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting a flourishing practice for visual artists who are actively parenting. Interlude provides residency stays and professional development tailored to the unique needs of these artists.
It’s a challenge to find focused and dedicated time to work while raising a family. Interlude was created to support artists’ practice and meet the concurrent needs of creative and family lives.
During their month at Interlude, residents receive a beautiful studio and living space that can accommodate their families. The program includes a modest stipend for transportation, childcare, food, or materials.
Residents will be matched with notable area artists and arts professionals for studio visits. Interlude provides several prepared meals and a large kitchen stocked with basics for breakfast and lunch. An on-site staff member helps with logistics to allow residents focus on their work, and can advise on local activities and childcare providers.
We believe that artists, including those with children, deserve a space to pursue their vision.
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