Art Kibbutz’s Summer Residency will take place on
New York’s Governor’s Island
From May 26 to September 10, Art Kibbutz’s Summer Residency will offer a shared, multidisciplinary space where artists can experience a retreat-style residency just a short ferry ride from the frenetic buzz of New York City. With studios for visual artists, writers, composers, performing artists as well as a presentation space, the building is a welcome place for artists and the public alike.
While on Governor’s Island, artists can create new works and develop their practice, drawing inspiration from the unique location, as well as the community of fellow artists-in-residence. Art Kibbutz and artists-in-residence welcomes visitors on Sundays to enjoy the Governor’s Island Open Studios events, lectures, artist talks, meet the artists and learn about their work.
About: Art Kibbutz is an international Jewish artist residency, global artist community and hub. Its mission is to foster global arts conversation and exchange among artists in an inspiring and peaceful space to work and learn. It also seeks to provide artists with an opportunity to explore the rich heritage of Jewish experience that informs their creative process. Art Kibbutz provides a platform for over 500 international artists of all disciplines to explore important conversations about economic, environmental, and social conditions in a 21st century Jewish context.
For more information, including application requirements, please visit www.artkibbutz.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.