For advanced undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, and MFA level students
Apply today! Application deadline: April 1
Tuition is low compared to other nationally recognized summer programs, and there is also considerable financial assistance, especially for students with financial need. 2014 students ranged in age from 20 to 35. Some of our participants are already enrolled in MFA programs and others are advanced undergraduate or post-baccalaureate students working toward admission to top graduate schools. Admission is competitive.
A summer residency at Chautauqua offers a beautiful location on Chautauqua Lake in western New York state, unparalleled resources, deeply committed peers and outstanding resident faculty and visiting artists.
Chautauqua’s intensive session gives participants maximum time to work in an atmosphere created by highly motivated peers and serious engagement with deeply committed professional artists selected from outstanding art programs nationally.
Denise Bibro Gallery; Artistic Director, VACI; Faculty/Director Studio Art, American University
LISA CORRINE DAVIS
Gerald Peters Gallery; Faculty, Hunter College
Monya Rowe Gallery; Faculty, Rhode Island School of Design
Founder, Pyramid Atlantic; Faculty, George Mason University
Jason McCoy Gallery; Faculty, Cooper Union, Queens College, CUNY
Steven Harvey Projects; Faculty, University of Virginia
Frederieke Taylor Gallery; Faculty, Rutgers University
Betty Cunningham Gallery; Professor Emeritus, American University
Author Quantum Art; Faculty, Texas A&M
Faculty, University of Texas, Austin
Tibor de Nagy Gallery
Dean, Yale School of Art;
Consulting Curator Contemporary Art at the Philadephia Museum of Art; Commissioner of the 2007 Venice Biennale
Author, Painting in the Extended Field; Faculty, City University of New York, Lehman College
Robert Steele Fine Art; Faculty, New York Studio School
SAM VAN AKEN
Ronald Feldman Fine Art; Faculty, Syracuse University
Co-founder/Editor in Chief, Hyperallergic