Studio Residency

The residency program offers studio spaces at our Miami Beach location for up to 14 exceptional artists, curators, and cultural practitioners working in a range of disciplines. In addition to engaging with a community of artists, visiting scholars, and institutional partners in Miami, ArtCenter Residents are provided the space from which to research and develop their practice and are invited to actively participate in ArtCenter’s programs such as The Program for Applied Artistic Research, public programming, and our community outreach initiatives.
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Printshop Residency

ArtCenter/South Florida’s PRINTshop Residency Program is ideal for artists who are committed to experimentation and innovation, seeking artistic & professional development, and are interested in being a part of and contributing to a dynamic community of local, national and international artists and creative thinkers. Located in the heart of South Beach on Lincoln Road, a commercial pedestrian mall, ArtCenter offers a unique residency experience in an urban, yet tropical setting. With a constant flow of visitors, ranging from beach lovers to art collectors, ArtCenter resident artists engage with the public on a regular basis. An ArtCenter residency offers opportunities for engagement and cross-cultural exchange with South Florida-based artists and audiences. PRINTshop Residency Program offers artists access to ArtCenter’s print facility to develop new work and advance their artistic careers. Residencies are one (1) year-long in a shared studio.
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Fellowship Program 

MFU: MIAMI is  ArtCenter/South Florida’s Fellowship Program pilot semester, which brings together distinguished faculty, alternative education initiatives, and cultural practitioners to foster dialogues and projects that shed light around contemporary realities in the cultural sphere and beyond it. The program provides residents interested in working outside traditional disciplinary boundaries with the resources, time, and feedback to develop programs and courses that will be taught in future iterations of ArtCenter’s Program for Applied Artistic Research. Each semester is designed in collaboration with a partner education initiative in an effort to build a dynamic, informal, and yet rigorous research platform within Miami.
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ARTSail Residency & Research Program

This Fall ArtCenter/South Florida launched ARTSail, an artist residency aboard a sailboat, with a $40,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, as part of its 2015 Knight Arts Challenge.

ARTSail, in partnership with the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, is a nomadic, floating art project that seeks to explore and take advantage of the extensive coastlines and waterways that surround Miami. ArtCenter will host one-month residencies on Miami’s waterways aboard a vessel where artists will be commissioned to create work inspired by Miami’s relationship to the water.
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Art-in-Public-Life builds on a tradition of artists having a meaningful impact on city government by encouraging them to imagine themselves as agents of change. The program will support a one-year residency for an artist whose practice demonstrates a concern with the social effects of dominant political, urban, and economic configurations. During the residency, the artist will work closely with the City of Miami Beach to develop long-term multi-disciplinary platforms that may address the needs of this rapidly changing city. Please stay tuned for the open call for artists.
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 International Exchange 


Panal 361, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Founded in 2012, PANAL 361 is a creative center with 30 studio spaces, located in the Abasto neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina. PANAL 361 fosters the intersection of different disciplines and the development of emerging and established artists. The International Cultural Exchange Program is open to  ArtCenter/South Florida Alumni interested in participating in a research and/or production residency at PANAL 361. In exchange, ArtCenter has hosted the following artists from Panal 361: Pablo Mozuc, Natalia Marcantoni and Ananke Asseff.
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Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art (MAWA), Winnipeg, Canada
MAWA empowers women in the visual arts and fosters their practices and professional development by providing a diverse program within a supportive community. The International Cultural Exchange Program is open to women-identified ArtCenter alumni artists. The self-directed residency takes place in MAWA’s urban, loft-style apartment for a duration of 4 weeks. The selected artist will be granted use of this space free of charge, for research, reflection, networking and/or production.
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Centro de Arte Alcobendas, Madrid, Spain
TransVisiones|Alcobendas_2015 is an artistic residency project using photography as a point of departure. It consists of six artistic residencies celebrated simultaneously in the city of Alcobendas and the following locations: ArtCenter/South Florida in Miami Beach, Florida, USA; Centro de la Imagen de Lima in Lima, Peru and Instituto Sonorense de Cultura in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico.
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