K-State Ceramics Residency
K-State Ceramics Residency Program
2012-13: Kyle Triplett
2012-13: Kyla Toomey
2011-12: A.M. Martens
2010-11: Clay Leonard
Residency Term: August 15 – July 31
Resident Artists are granted a one-year residency, and may be invited to stay for a second year.
- 200+ sq/ft Private studio w/sink in K-State ceramics area
- Adjunct professor status: Adjunct appointments are made for the benefit of the university to allow people from outside the university to contribute to its academic program. In recognition of their contribution to the academic community, the university extends to adjunct appointees residing in Kansas the use of university libraries; employee rates for athletic, K-State Union, and cultural events; and parking privileges.
- Teaching opportunities may become available but are not guaranteed – One to two sections of Intro to Ceramics for Non-Majors dependent upon enrollment.
- Exhibition opportunities on and off campus
- There is no monetary compensation for this position, other than potential adjunct teaching opportunities.
- 5 hrs/week work exchange covers all clay and glaze materials/firings
- Participation in graduate critiques
- Occasional demonstrations for under graduate ceramic courses
- Artist in residence is responsible for all personal living expenses
- Applicant must have a Master of Fine Art degree
Application Deadline: April 15th
All applications must be submitted by email to email@example.com and include the following materials:
- Current resume
- Artist Statement
- List of 2 references with phone numbers and email addresses
- PDF portfolio of 10 images of recent work to include title, date, medium, and size for each image (under 20MB)