The Environmental/Installation artist is selected via jury. Artists are encouraged to work outdoors and develop their ideas and concepts pertaining to the Cape Ann region of Massachusetts. The Artist Resident will have access to work on a “site-specific” installation currently located at the Ocean Alliance on Rocky Neck. This residency has made art both visible and accessible to the public. Artists are encouraged to engage the public and draw attention to questions and challenges posed by environmental policies, politics, and/or social change. Each artist is provided the designated live/work studio and apartment on Rocky Neck.
For details about the application process, visit rockyneckartcolony.org/how-to-apply.
We accept applications through March 12, 2021.