We are pleased to offer the Greenwich House Pottery Residency and Fellowship Program, which is designed to support artists’ projects and to increase awareness around the importance of creative engagement with ceramics.
The program has existed since at least the early 1960s when Jane Hartsook invited Peter Voulkos to teach and work in the Pottery, but was relaunched in its current iteration September 2015, when Ghada Amer was invited to be a long-term resident in our studios. In its current form, the Residency and Fellowship Program is an opportunity for experienced ceramic artists to have the time and resources to experiment and create a new body of work, and for artists adept in other media to have the space and support to learn how to work creatively with clay.
Interested in Applying to be a Resident or Fellowship Artist?
Find information about the Residency and Fellowship Program and the application process here.
Meet our previous residents:
This program is supported by the Lenore G. Tawney Foundation, public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation, the Robert and Beatrice Hompe Foundation and the Allan Buitekant Fund for Ceramic Art & Inquiry.