In-Sight offers youth artist residencies

BRATTLEBORO — For the second year, In-Sight Photography Project will run a youth artist residency.

This year, In-Sight will expand the residency and participants will join them for both winter recess (Feb. 20-24) and spring recess (April 17-21) periods.

In-Sight will provide three to five young artists (ages 15-18) the time, space, and material resources to work on an independent project of the student's choosing.

The residency, running from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, will be largely student-motivated with staff support for problem-solving, resource finding, risk management, and skill-building.

This program is free, and provides each student with lunches and a $200 stipend to spend on supplies and art materials specific to producing their project and displaying it for a public exhibit.

The deadline for application is Jan. 2 at 11:59 p.m.

To learn more about artist residencies, program details, and the application process, visit or contact Program Director Ryan Stratton at [email protected].

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