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The Artist Studios program hosts artists and designers daily in open studios. Artists-in-residence receive space and support to develop new work and expand their practice, while welcoming dialogue with the public about their processes, materials, and concepts.

Founded in 2008, the program has provided studio space and financial support to over 160 artists-in-residence working in a range of interdisciplinary media.

#MADArtistStudios

Visit

Visit the studios on the 6th floor of MAD, Tuesday through Sunday between 10 am and 5 pm, and until 8:30 pm on Thursdays.

Apply

The Artist Studios program offers a free, studio space and a stipend to one full-time fellow and six daily residents for a six-month term. Apply.

Funding Credits

The Artist Studios program is supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Inc. Principal support for the MAD Artist Fellowship is provided by Marcia Docter. Additional funding is provided by The New York Community Trust Van Lier Fellowship Program.

 

FRAGMENTS, i.

Raw wool, wood, marking crayon
H:12-W:12-D:3 inches
Photo Credit: Keith Nolan Photography

Anthony Iacono

"Corduroy", 2017, acrylic on cut and collaged paper, 24 x 18 inches

feeling/thinking

Year of completion: 2018
Medium: hand-woven compound and double ikat, cotton/linen dyed with avocado pit, osage orange, madder, marigold; graphite, ink, etc. on canvas; found materials
Dimensions: 22 (w) x 70 (l) inches
Photo Credit: Chang Yuchen

Bedside Table (Valli)

2018
gouache, paper, clay, balsa, tissue, thread
5.6 x 2.9 x 1.4 inches

Artist Fellow
MADmakes
2018
2017
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2015
Aviary

2010
Cut paper, graphite, glue, string, found objects, 26 x 74 x 47 in.
Photograph by Tim Moyer. 

Stepping Stones

Plastiglomerate (micro plastic, rock, sand, basalt, coral and wood)

Pink Frame

Kiln-fired glass
40”x40”x 0.25”
2015

KNITTING NATION Phase 12: H20

2013
Multi media installation and live labor performance
Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA

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