Vermont Studio Center’s June 15th, 2017 fellowship application is now open! ALL artists & writers are automatically considered for a VSC Fellowship. Every VSC residency includes a private room, private studio space, and all meals.

The Vermont Studio Center is a vibrant, diverse community of artists situated in Vermont’s northern Green Mountains. Each month we welcome more than 50 writers and visual artists from across the country and around the globe to our historic campus along the Gihon River in the town of Johnson, Vermont. Residencies range from 2 to 12 weeks and offer residents unrestricted time for creative work, along with daily opportunities to engage with fellow artists. The monthly program includes slide nights, readings, open studios, gallery openings, and optional studio visits and conferences with our Visiting Artists and Writers. Admission is competitive and based on review of a portfolio or manuscript. For a complete list of their special awards (many include stipends) & eligibility requirements, visit:

Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

Apply: Email: Phone: 802.635.2727

The Conway Public Art Board requests proposals from artists for the design, implementation, and installation of an Interactive Music Installation on Markham Street.

This project marks the first public art installation by the Conway Public Art Board. The Conway Public Art Board strives to encourage an artistic Conway through the creation, acquisition, and/or display of community-centered art.

Artist(s) should present and develop concepts, oversee production, and complete installation of an artwork, which will simultaneously meet the artistic, technical, and public safety goals specified. This is an interactive art installation where the art serves as musical instruments and could include a variety of instrumental types. This is a semi-permanent installation to be moved at a later date.


The total budget for the project is $50,000. Artists need to submit a budget that covers the direct cost of the artwork, design fees, all labor and materials, costs of fabrication, transportation, travel, documentation and professional liability and other related costs. Installation costs for proper base, landscaping, and lighting will be the responsibility of the Public Art Board, with City of Conway approval.

For more information about how to submit please check out their call: