Jerome at Camargo

Art (all disciplines)

About the Program

Jerome at Camargo is an invitational program which provides residencies for research, study and/or creation of new work at the Camargo Foundation to artists who have been supported by the Jerome Foundation within the last five years. This program welcomes artists from all disciplines.

  • For artists, all disciplines
  • By invitation from the Jerome Foundation only
  • Experimentation / research / production

About the Partner

The Jerome Foundation, also created by artist and philanthropist Jerome Hill (1905-1972), seeks to contribute to a dynamic and evolving culture by supporting the creation, development, and production of new works by early career/emerging artists. The Foundation makes grants to early career artists and those nonprofit arts organizations that serve them in the state of Minnesota and the five boroughs of New York City.

Eligibility

Open to the artists who have been supported by the Jerome Foundation within the last five years and by invitation from the Foundation only. More information on the Jerome Foundation's website.

Next Call

By invitation from the Jerome Foundation only.


Residents

Amir ElSaffar, Trumpeter & Composer, US (2017)
600HIGHWAYMEN (Abigail Browde and Michael Silverstone), Theatre Company, US (2018)

Up until 2018, the Jerome and the Camargo Foundations were working hand in hand with three other American structures to welcome artists from all horizons:

Art Matters Residents

Viet Lê, Visual Artist, Writer & Curator, Vietnam/US (2016)
Akosua Adoma Owusu, Filmmaker, Ghana/US (2016)
Nicholas Boggs, Writer, US (2016)
Matana Roberts, Multidisciplinary Artist & Composer, US (2016)
DJ Lynnée Denise, Artist & Scholar, US (2017)
Mary Ann Peters, Artist, US (2017)
Raúl O. Paz Pastrana, Filmmaker, Mexico/US (2017)
Dread Scott & Jenny Polak, Artists, US (2017)
LaMont Hamilton, Multidisciplinary Artist, US (2017)
Sangamithra Iyer, Writer & Engineer, US (2018)
Sadie Barnette, Artist, US (2018)
t'ai freedom ford, Poet & Writer, US (2018)

Movement Research Residents

Erin Ellen Kelly, Choreographer & Performer, US (2015)
Joanna Kotze, Dancer & Choreorapher, US (2015)
Mina Nishimura, Performer, Japan/US (2017)
Jasmine Hearn, Choreographer, Dancer & Performer, US (2017)
Ni'Ja Whitson, Artist, Performer & Writer, United States (2018)
 

St John's Pottery Residents

Jill Hubley, Visual Artist & Web Developer, US (2017)
Anna Metcalfe, Ceramic Artist, US (2017)