Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media offers one 8-9 month residency program per year. This opportunity runs from fall (Sept/October) thru spring ( April/May). Applicants should have a BFA in ceramics or have an established practice and body of work. PCA&M will provide a semi private studio space, access to all PCAM equipment*, 600 pounds of studio clay, studio glazes , access to all studio firings, teaching opportunities and an exhibition. PCA&M residents do not pay fees and will receive a modest stipend.
Residents are required to work 15-20 hours per week on studio maintenance, present one workshop for members and the public, and be an active member of our studio community. Residents should plan to complete one studio improvement project based on their interest and skills.
Applicants should send a resume, artist statement, 10 images of their work, and a letter of intent to Ceramics coordinator Audra Clayton ( email@example.com). A letter of intent (1000 words or less) should share what residents hope to gain from the residency and what skills they are prepared to share.
Fall Ceramics Residency 2022
Application due by August 1st | Announced August 14th
*PCAM’s ceramic studios are equipped with 3 electric kilns, cone 10 downdraft gas kiln, soda kiln, raku kiln, studio cone 10/6 glazes, spray booth, 2 extruders , 2 slab rollers, glaze lab, 14 shared studio wheels, pug mill, bench grinder, and a photo booth for documentation. Shared residency/tech space has 4 dedicated shelves and a work table for the resident and a shared wheel. Limited access to print/small metals/photography studios, and computer lab.