Residency Open Call:
Fall 2024-2025

Bunker Projects' Residency Program provides an enriching environment for both local artists and visiting creatives from across the country to create new work and forge meaningful connections. By integrating studio production, public exhibition, and art publication, our residency is driven by a mission to support artists and bring vibrant, dynamic exhibitions to our ever-growing community.

This residency not only provides the time and space for artistic development but also fosters a sense of community and collaboration. As one past resident noted, "Bunker Projects created an opportunity for me to share my work with the local community and make meaningful connections with other local artists," underscoring the program's commitment to creating a supportive and interconnected environment. By participating in our residency program, artists gain the opportunity to immerse themselves in a vibrant cultural landscape, contributing to and benefiting from the dynamic creative energy that defines Bunker Projects.

Who Should Apply?

Visual Contemporary or Multidisciplinary Artists

Visual contemporary or multidisciplinary artists who exhibit dedication and self-motivation in their art practice, are committed to cultivating a positive and productive residency experience, and are engaged or curious about the Pittsburgh creative community. Ideal candidates are enthusiastic about discussing their art practice and being actively present in the Bunker Projects community. As one past resident shared, "Bunker Projects created an opportunity for me to share my work with the local community and make meaningful connections with other local artists," highlighting the program's supportive and interconnected environment.

How to Apply?

Any questions?

Contact us

 bunkerprojectsinfo@gmail.com

Additional Information

Artist Agreement
Deadline for Application: Sunday, June 30th.
Application Fee: $30

Application Link

"I really like this new formula of mixing a local artist and someone from elsewhere in the residency program. It fortifies dialogue between cities and practice."