LMCC's Artist Residency programs respond directly to the immediate needs of the artistic community, and promote the development of the artistic work. These residencies are available to artists working in all disciplines, via open-call applications or nomination processes.
The studio spaces are located in temporarily donated spaces throughout Lower Manhattan and in our Arts Center at Governors Island. These programs are free to participating artists.
The Arts Center at Governors Island is home to year-round, process-based artist residency programs for artists focused on research and experimentation in any discipline. During the four-month session, residents receive their own dedicated studio space as well as access to the Arts Center's common/shared spaces and participate in professional development opportunities and discreet Open Studios events during the Arts Center’s public season.
SU-CASA is a community arts engagement program that places artists and organizations in residence at senior centers across the five boroughs of New York City. The program provides selected artists with a stipend in exchange for the creation and deliver of arts programming for seniors.
A nine-month studio residency program that focuses on creative practice development for emerging artists working across all disciplines, LMCC's Workspace program offers space for experimentation and dialogue with peers and arts professionals, as well as career advancement opportunities.
The Extended Life Dance Development Residency program extends the lives of ephemeral, essential works of dance, and advance the creative lives of the artists themselves through a new framework where institutional collaborations are key.
The residency enables mid-career choreographers to expand and experiment with their existing works, present in both traditional and site-based venues, and develop strong, collaborative partnerships with local partners and national presenters.
Artist Residency Partnerships
During the first year of Οnassis AiR School of Infinite Rehearsals, two LMCC alumni artists that are within the Extended Life Program, will participate in the Fall 2020 Movement Groups at Οnassis AiR exploring notions of identities. One more LMCC alumni artist will participate in the Spring 2021 Movement Group exploring the question of human and non-human interactions. During 2021, selected Οnassis AiR alumni will travel to the new studios of LMCC on Governors Island in order to take their research further and benefit from the extremely diverse community and peers of LMCC.