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The Horned Dorset Colony Summer Residency


Disciplines: Architecture, Collaboration, Composition, Concept & Theory, Design, Experimental, Film & Video, Fine art, Installation, Land Art, Literature, Media Arts, Music & Sound, Painting, Photography, Poetry, Sculpture, Visual Arts, Writing.

Location: Leonardsville, New York, United States

Duration: Session I: June 1-June 28 . Session II: July 2-July 28

Eligibility: Please review the eligibility requirements on our website OR send a brief email describing yourself, your project, and a link to your website and we will reply.

Support: Excellent meals, comfortable housing, adequate work space

Costs: Application fee: $35. Total cost for one month: $4,000. Scholarships often cover most of the costs, but residents are required to pay $500 out-of-pocket.


Program Description:

HDC is a rural, month-long, jury-selected residency for emerging artists who have demonstrated exceptional talent in the field of writing, literary translation, musical composition, architectural design or the visual arts. The founders - a painter, a writer and a musician - believe that interaction across traditional disciplines frees an artist from old biases, stimulates risk taking and encourages collaboration.

Every effort is made to help invited artists who need financial support. Attendance at dinner and participation in one public "Open Studio" are required.

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