Fogo Island Arts’ international residency program provide opportunities for artists from a wide range of disciplines to live and work on Fogo Island for periods ranging from one to three months. Artists-in-residence are provided with accommodation and studio space, as well as a weekly stipend to offset the costs of materials, shipping, and day-to-day living expenses. Most travel expenses are also covered. Artists-in-residence must give one public presentation, performance, workshop, or lead a similar event during their residency.
FIA residencies are intended for professional artists with formal training or equivalent experience and recognition among their peers.
View the Artists-in-Residence list and bios.
FIA Residency FAQs
FIA launches an open Call for Residency Applications every two years (view the previous call). The next call will take place in Fall 2017 for residencies in 2018.
The 2017 Hnatyshyn Foundation-Fogo Island Arts Young Curator Residency. Deadline December 12, 2016.
The Islands Arts Writing Residency. Deadline January 6, 2017.