Contemporary

4545 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21210
410.516.0341

evergreenmuseum@jhu.edu
Artist-in-Residency Program

House Guests is an artists-in-residence and exhibition program that celebrates the history of the Garrett family, collectors and patrons of the arts, who hosted artists and musicians at their Evergreen estate during the first half of the 20th century. Every year Evergreen opens its doors to an artist and invites them to use the collections, the architecture and the grounds to practice in place. House Guests offers the public new ways to see and understand this historic place through the work of contemporary artists.

The House Guests Artist-in-Residence program provides housing, individual studio, and a stipend, allowing the artist the time and space to produce new work in a visually and culturally rich setting. One residency is awarded every year.

Applications

There is no formal application for the residency program. If you are interested in being considered, please send 10 slides or digital images on CD (not via email) of your work, two letters of recommendation, a written proposal (including detailed information on your residency plans), and a résumé to:

House Guests Residency Program
Evergreen Museum & Library
The Johns Hopkins University
4545 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210


Applications for each annual residency must by postmarked by December 31

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House Guests, Past & Present
2014
Meg Mitchell, interdisciplinary artist
2012
Heather Sultz, choreographer, performer and dance educator
2011
Tai Hwa Goh, printmaker / paper installation artist
2010
Scott Sedar, visual and theatre artist
2009
Meg Page, painter
2007
Martha McDonald, performance artist
2006
Richard Torchia, installation artist
2005
Amy Chan, painter
2004
Mehmet Doğu, photographer and architect
Denise Tassin, multi-media artist
Patrick Burns, multi-media artist
2003
Micki Watanabe, sculptor
2002
Maggie Thomas, painter
2001
Randy C. Bolton, printmaker and digital media artist