Both Sarah Knouse and Jessie Horning participated in this residency program.

Here is what Sarah had to say about the program:

This is a very loosely structured residency for emerging through mid-career artists of all mediums. Residents are provided with free living accommodations and studio space for a work exchange of 10 hours per week. Periods of stay can last from 1 to 2 months during June through July. Benefits of this program include lots of space to complete work, an end-of-stay exhibition opportunity, and a strong surrounding community of artists. As the pajama factory expands, a ceramics studio and metal shop are currently being developed. Printmaking facilities and related 2-D workshops are also provided. Wood-working equipment is lacking, and should perhaps be brought from home studio if possible.


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