Baby Artists and Big-Name Artists: BHQFU Announces New Residencies

by Corinna Kirsch on February 4, 2015 Opportunities

Typical night at the BHQFU. Image courtesy the BHQFU Instagram.

Artists, do any of the following statements describe you?

  • I like stand-up comedy.
  • I’m down with putting on a low-fi version of Cats with other artists, sure.
  • I believe that acronyms can never be too long.
  • I could use free studio space.
  • Carrot selfies, in my opinion, are better than “real” selfies.
  • I get the joke when I see a tote bag with “FU” stamped on it.

Then you’re probably a candidate for one or both of the Bruce High Quality Foundation’s residency programs. For the second year in a row, the Bruces are hosting the Summer Emerging Artist Residency Program for anyone in New York. Then, for the very first time, they’re opening up a year-round, live/work residency, the BHQFUG (Bruce High Quality Foundation University Gallery) Visiting Artist Residency Program. (P.S. Visiting artists can plan on a swank residency with an apartment in the East Village.)

Full details on deadlines and requirements can be found on the BHQFU site. If you can’t wait, you can just fill out the summer residency app here and the visiting artist app here. Good luck!

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