Artist Residency

Storm King Art Center and Shandaken Projects are pleased to announce the 2022 season of Shandaken: Storm King, comprised of fifteen participating artists: Patricia Ayres, Quinci Baker, Caleb Jamel Brown, Nickolas Calabrese, Lucas de Lima, Manal Kara, Tina Lam, Juan Luna-Avin, Susan Metrican, Narcissister, Mimi Park, Peat Szilagyi, Ruby T, Christopher Udemezue, and Phyllis Yao. Representing a wide range of interdisciplinary practices, the artists will live and work onsite at Storm King starting in mid-June through early October for residencies ranging from two to six weeks.

A record number of applications for the residency’s eighth season were reviewed by a panel of artists and curators. The 2022 selection panel included Chrissie Iles, Anne & Joel Ehrenkranz Curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art; Nora Lawrence, Artistic Director & Chief Curator at Storm King Art Center; Charmaine Lee, artist; James Allister Sprang, Shandaken: Storm King resident 2018, 2020; and Nicholas Weist, Director at Shandaken Projects.

The 2022 season of Shandaken: Storm King marks a return to its full-scale residency cycle, following a shift in format during the Covid-19 pandemic. Throughout the 2020 and 2021 seasons, Shandaken: Storm King had safely delivered on its mission of supporting process and experimentation by hosting individual residents, along with their partners and families, at the Art Center. Residents during that time were all alumni of Shandaken: Storm King from its previous years of residency programming.

Read more about the 2022 residents at shandakenprojects.org.


About
Shandaken: Storm King
is a residency program in collaboration with Shandaken Projects launched in 2015. Residency is offered at no cost to participants and follows a process-focused model—giving preference to artists focused on experimentation, research, and risk-taking in the studio. Residents are given unique opportunities for behind-the-scenes access to Storm King, while enjoying the private setting of Storm King’s grounds and the vibrant towns of the surrounding Hudson Valley region.