Call for Entries: 2019 Summer Residency Program


If you have landed on this page directly without visiting our website first, we strongly encourage you to read more about residency program, the application guidelines, and residency FAQs before beginning your application.

 

Each year, the Saltonstall Foundation awards free residencies to New York State artists and writers in the following disciplines:

  • Poetry
  • Fiction & Creative Nonfiction
  • Photography & Filmmaking
  • Painting | Sculpture | Visual Arts


NEW in 2019: This year we will also be awarding a 6-night funded residency to New York State artist/writer parents! 


A Saltonstall residency is a small community. We strive to provide a quiet, inviting, respectful, and nurturing community for creative individuals looking for uninterrupted time to focus on their craft. 


There are just 5 individuals in residence at a time: one poet, one fiction or creative nonfiction writer, one photographer or filmmaker, and two visual artists. Each group of five arrives and departs at the same time. 


We believe in and value a diverse community of creative individuals. To  that end, we hope that all artists and writers feel welcome to apply for  a residency, regardless of one’s level of education, experience, race, age, sex, religious belief, marital status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or national origin.


There is no cost to attend Saltonstall, and this year, for the third time, there is no application fee associated with this application. Additionally, to help offset travel to Ithaca and other personal expenses, we have increased our stipends to $750 for each month-long Fellow, $375 for each two-week Fellow, and $200 for each artist/writer attending our pilot 6-night residency for parents.  


All applicants must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age and must be residents of New York State ** (all counties). Residencies are for individual artists and writers. We are unable to accommodate groups or pairs of people working together. It is expected that those selected for a residency live at the colony for the duration of the residency period.

Dates for our 2019 residencies are as follows


NEW! Our pilot 6-night residency for artist/writer parents:


  • Saturday, May 4 – Friday, May 10


Please note: this residency is strictly for artist/writer parents who have at least one dependent child (under 18) at home.


Our 4-week residencies:

  • Monday, May 13 – Thursday, June 13
  • Monday, June 17 – Thursday, July 18
  • Monday, July 22 – Thursday, August 22


Our 2-week residencies:

  • Monday, August 26 – Monday, September 9
  • Wednesday, September 11 – Wednesday, September 25


Applicants may apply for either our pilot 6-night residency for parents or the month-long residency or a two-week residency (not a combination). For those applying for the longer residencies, you will be given an opportunity to rank your choice of dates within the application. 


All applicants (including those applying for the 6-night residency for parents) may apply in more than one artistic or literary category, however a complete and separate application for each category is required.


Past Saltonstall Fellows (residency alumni) must wait one year after their residency before reapplying. For example: an alum from 2017 may reapply for a 2019 residency. 


APPLICATION DEADLINE: 11:59 pm on Wednesday, January 2, 2019


- We convene a different jury for each discipline. Jurors serve anonymously and change each year.

- Your application is considered solely on the merit of your work sample and your artist's and writer's statement.

- Your work and statement are presented anonymously to the jury, and it is the only part of your application that they see. 


- All applicants are notified on or before March 15, 2019.


Please note: Since our jurying process is anonymous, it is very important that you do not identify yourself in any way within your statement or work samples. Do not include information such as your name or your age.

- Do not "credential" yourself. Your writer's or artist's statement should not mention where or when you went to school or where you've been published, exhibited, etc. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.

If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!

Please carefully review the instructions for the discipline in which you are applying before you begin the application process. Good luck! 


** To be eligible for a Saltonstall residency, you must be a resident of New York State.

What does this mean? Simply put, you must be currently living and working in the State of New York. If you are a resident of New York State, you generally have some combination of the following:

  • a New York State voter registration card
  • a New York State driver’s license
  • proof of a lease or mortgage for real property in New York State
  • utility bills for your New York State place of residence
  • New York State income tax returns
  • New York State bank accounts

We apologize that we cannot accept your application if you are currently living elsewhere and plan to move back to New York in time for the residency. We will be happy to receive your application in the following year once you are a full-time New York State resident.


Finally:  

Please take a moment and reflect on whether or not you would accept a  residency if selected. (Because it might happen!) Our Call for Entries —  from initial announcement to jurying to selection — takes a significant amount of time, financial resources, and human resources. We hope you’ll apply  with intention and be ready to say “yes!” if offered a residency.

Thank you for your interest in a Saltonstall residency. We look forward to receiving your application!


Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents. Please know that only your writer's statement and work sample will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.


Your work sample:


At the bottom of the page, please upload two (2) documents: your writer's statement and your work sample. Please save your files as Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF documents. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf"



- The statement about your work should be no longer than 1 page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) This is your writer's statement and will be seen by the jury. Please do not identify yourself in any way


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been published, or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.


- Your work sample should include no more than fifteen (15) pages with no more than one poem per page. For example: a single longer poem may take up 2-3 pages, but please do not include two poems on a single page.


- Because our jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


You may submit previously published work or yet-to-be published work. 


Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.  


Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in a Saltonstall residency. We look forward to receiving your application!


Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents. Please know that only your writer's statement and work sample will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.



Your writer's statement and work sample:


At the bottom of the page, please upload two (2) documents: your writer's statement and your work sample. Please save your files as Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF documents. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf"



- The statement about your work should be no longer than 1 page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) This is your writer's statement and will be seen by the jury. Please do not identify yourself in any way


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been published, or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.


- Your work sample should include no more than fifteen (15) pages with no more than one poem per page. For example: a single longer poem may take up 2-3 pages, but please do not include two poems on a single page.


 

- Because jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


You may submit previously published work or yet-to-be published work. 


Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.  


Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in a Saltonstall residency. We look forward to receiving your application!


Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents. Please know that only your writer's statement and work sample will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.


Your writer's statement and work sample:

At the bottom of the page, please upload two (2) documents: your writer's statement and your work sample. Please save your files as Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF documents. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf"


- The statement about your work should be no longer than one page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) This will be seen by the jury. Please do not identify yourself in any way


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been published, or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.


- Your work sample should include no more than twenty (20) pages which may consist of a complete short work, an excerpt from a longer work, or a combination of various works. Please use a 12pt font size, and double-space your work. Please do not ask us to make an exception regarding the page limit.

 

- Because our jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


You may submit previously published work or yet-to-be published work. 


Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.  


Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in a Saltonstall residency. We look forward to receiving your application!



Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents. Please know that only your writer's statement and work sample will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.


Your writer's statement and work sample:



At the bottom of the page, please upload two (2) documents: your writer's statement and your work sample. Please save your files as Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF documents. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf"



- The statement about your work should be no longer than one page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) This is your writer's statement and will be seen by the jury. Please do not identify yourself in any way


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been published, or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.

- Your work sample should include no more than twenty (20) pages which may consist of a complete short work, an excerpt from a longer work, or a combination of various works. Please use a 12pt font size, and double-space your work. Please do not ask us to make an exception regarding the page limit.

 

- Because jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


You may submit previously published work or yet-to-be published work.

 

Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.  


Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in a Saltonstall residency. We look forward to receiving your application!


Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents and image files. Please know that only your artist's statement, file list, and work samples will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.



Your artist's statement:


-We ask for a short statement about your work, no longer than one page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) Please save your file as a Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF document. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf" This is your artist's statement and will be seen by the jury. Please do not identify yourself in any way


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been published, exhibited, screened, or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.


 

- Because our jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!



Your file list and work samples:


Photographers: Please upload 11 individual files -- one file list plus 10 samples of your work at 72 dpi & 1000 pixels in the largest direction. Please use the .jpg format and keep your files small: less than 2MG per image is best. 


Please DO NOT include your name or any portion of your name in the name of the file. Use a generic file name, like "image1.jpg" or "salt1.jpg" or something similar. Thank you for your attention to this particular detail!


Photographers: your file list should include the title, date, medium, and dimensions of each piece you are submitting. 


Filmmakers: Please upload one or two (1-2) five-minute samples of your work. Your file list should provide a very brief description of each sample in addition to a title and date the work was created. Links to Vimeo or YouTube are accepted as long as your name is not visible. (Please be sure to provide any user name / password information necessary.)


You may submit previously published or screened work or yet-to-be published work.


Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.  


Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in a Saltonstall residency. We look forward to receiving your application!



Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents and image files. Please know that only your artist's statement, file list, and work samples will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.


Your artist's statement: 


We ask for a short statement about your work, no longer than one page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) Please save your file as a Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF document. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf" This is your artist's statement and will be seen by the jury. Please do not identify yourself in any way


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been published, exhibited, screened, or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.   


- Because our jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


Your file list and work samples


Photographers: Please upload 11 individual files -- one file list plus 10 samples of your work at 72 dpi & 1000 pixels in the largest direction. Please use the .jpg format and keep your files small: less than 2MG per image is best.


Please DO NOT include your name or any portion of your name in the name of the file. Use a generic file name, like "image1.jpg" or "salt1.jpg" or something similar. Thank you for your attention to this particular detail!


Photographers: your file list should include the title, date, medium, and dimensions of each piece you are submitting.


Filmmakers: Please upload one or two (1-2) five-minute samples of your work. Your file list should provide a very brief description of each sample in addition to a title and date the work was created. Links to Vimeo or YouTube are accepted as long as your name is not visible. (Please be sure to provide any user name / password information necessary.)


You may submit previously published or screened work or yet-to-be published work.


Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee last year. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends. 

 

Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in a Saltonstall residency. We look forward to receiving your application!



Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents and image files. Please know that only your artist's statement, file list, and work samples will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.



Your artist's statement:


At the bottom of the page, please upload your artist's statement as a Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF document. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf." The statement should be no longer than one page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) Please do not use anything less than 12pt font. Please do not identify yourself in any way.   


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been exhibited or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.   


Your file list and work samples:


Please upload a one-page file list and up to 10 samples of your work at 72 dpi & 1000 pixels in the largest direction. Please save your images as .jpg and keep them under 2MB. You will upload the file list and images one at a time.


Please DO NOT include your name or any portion of your name in the name of the file. Use a generic file name, like "image1.jpg" or "salt1.jpg" or something similar. Thank you for your attention to this particular detail!


You may submit 10 images from a single body of work (or series), or you may show different bodies of work. Just make sure to explain in your artist's statement what the jury is viewing. 


Your file list should include the title, date, medium, and dimensions of each piece you are submitting. 


- Because our jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.    


Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in a Saltonstall residency. We look forward to receiving your application!



Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents and image files. Please know that only your artist's statement, file list, and work samples will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.



Your artist's statement:



At the bottom of the page, please upload your artist's statement as a Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF document. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf." The statement should be no longer than one page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) Please do not use anything less than 12pt font. Please do not identify yourself in any way.

PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been exhibited or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.
 


Your file list and work samples:


Please upload a one-page file list and up to 10 samples of your work at 72 dpi & 1000 pixels in the largest direction. Please save your images as .jpg and keep them under 2MB. You will upload the file list and images one at a time.


Please DO NOT include your name or any portion of your name in the name of the file. Use a generic file name, like "image1.jpg" or "salt1.jpg" or something similar. Thank you for your attention to this particular detail!


You may submit 10 images from a single body of work (or series), or you may show different bodies of work. Just make sure to explain in your artist's statement what the jury is viewing. 


Your file list should include the title, date, medium, and dimensions of each piece you are submitting. 


 

- Because our jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.  


Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in Saltonstall's first residency specifically for parent artists and writers. We look forward to receiving your application!


This special residency is for New York State artists and writers who have at least one dependent child (under the age of 18) at home. We are not able to accommodate children, spouses, partners, or collaborators. This residency is for you alone!  


Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents. Please know that only your writer's statement and work sample will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.


 Your writer's statement and work sample:
 

At the bottom of the page, please upload two (2) documents: your writer's statement and your work sample. Please save your files as Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF documents. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf" 

 

- The statement about your work should be no longer than 1 page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) This is your writer's statement and will be seen by the jury. Please do not identify yourself in any way


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been published, or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.   


- Your work sample should include no more than fifteen (15) pages with no more than one poem per page. For example: a single longer poem may take up 2-3 pages, but please do not include two poems on a single page.


- Because our jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!  


You may submit previously published work or yet-to-be published work.

Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.  


Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in Saltonstall's first residency specifically for parent artists and writers. We look forward to receiving your application!


This special residency is for New York State artists and writers who have at least one dependent child (under the age of 18) at home. We are not able to accommodate children, spouses, partners, or collaborators. This residency is for you alone!

Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents and image files. Please know that only your artist's statement, file list, and work samples will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.


Your writer's statement and work sample: 


At the bottom of the page, please upload two (2) documents: your writer's statement and your work sample. Please save your files as Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF documents. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf"


- The statement about your work should be no longer than one page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) This will be seen by the jury. Please do not identify yourself in any way.


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been published, or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.


- Your work sample should include no more than twenty (20) pages which may consist of a complete short work, an excerpt from a longer work, or a combination of various works. Please use a 12pt font size, and double-space your work. Please do not ask us to make an exception regarding the page limit.


- Because our jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


You may submit previously published work or yet-to-be published work.



Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.  



 Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in Saltonstall's first residency specifically for parent artists and writers. We look forward to receiving your application!


This special residency is for New York State artists and writers who have at least one dependent child (under the age of 18) at home. We are not able to accommodate children, spouses, partners, or collaborators. This residency is for you alone!  


Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents and image files. Please know that only your artist's statement, file list, and work samples will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.


Your artist's statement:
 
At the bottom of the page, please upload your artist's statement as a Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF document. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf." The statement should be no longer than one page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) Please do not use anything less than 12pt font. Please do not identify yourself in any way.


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been exhibited or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.

 
- Because our jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


Your file list and work samples:


Photographers: Please upload 11 individual files -- one file list plus 10 samples of your work at 72 dpi & 1000 pixels in the largest direction. Please use the .jpg format and keep your files small: less than 2MG per image is best.


Please DO NOT include your name or any portion of your name in the name of the file. Use a generic file name, like "image1.jpg" or "salt1.jpg" or something similar. Thank you for your attention to this particular detail!


Photographers: your file list should include the title, date, medium, and dimensions of each piece you are submitting.


Filmmakers: Please upload one or two (1-2) five-minute samples of your work. Your file list should provide a very brief description of each sample in addition to a title and date the work was created. Links to Vimeo or YouTube are accepted as long as your name is not visible. (Please be sure to provide any user name / password information necessary.)


You may submit previously published or screened work or yet-to-be published work.



Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.  



Best of luck!

Thank you for your interest in Saltonstall's first residency specifically for parent artists and writers. We look forward to receiving your application!


This special residency is for New York State artists and writers who have at least one dependent child (under the age of 18) at home. We are not able to accommodate children, spouses, partners, or collaborators. This residency is for you alone!  



Below, we ask you to fill out some basic information and upload a few documents and image files. Please know that only your artist's statement, file list, and work samples will be shared with our jury. Everything else, including your resume and references will only be seen by Saltonstall's director.



Your artist's statement:

 

At the bottom of the page, please upload your artist's statement as a Word (.docx or .doc) or PDF document. Examples: "Saltonstall.docx" or "Saltonstall.pdf." The statement should be no longer than one page. (For example, something in the 400-word range.) Please do not use anything less than 12pt font. Please do not identify yourself in any way.


PLEASE NOTE: Do not "credential" yourself. Your statement should not mention where you went to school or where you've been exhibited or any honor / publication / residency, etc. that would normally be included within a resume. Simply talk about the work that the jury is reviewing.

 

- Because we conduct blind juries, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


Your file list and work samples:


Please upload a one-page file list and up to 10 samples of your work at 72 dpi & 1000 pixels in the largest direction. Please save your images as .jpg and keep them under 2MB. You will upload the file list and images one at a time.


Please DO NOT include your name or any portion of your name in the name of the file. Use a generic file name, like "image1.jpg" or "salt1.jpg" or something similar. Thank you for your attention to this particular detail!


You may submit 10 images from a single body of work (or series), or you may show different bodies of work. Just make sure to explain in your artist's statement what the jury is viewing. 


Your file list should include the title, date, medium, and dimensions of each piece you are submitting. 


- Because our jurying process is anonymous, we can't stress this enough: Please take special care regarding identifying and "credentialing" yourself in your statement and in how you name your work sample files. If there are errors, your application will be disqualified, and we don't want that to happen!


Application fee:


NONE! We eliminated our application fee two years ago. We don't want to be a financial burden on the very artists and writers we want to serve. We hope this helps. Tell your friends.  


Best of luck!

Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts