Center Arts and Studios
3000 Chestnut Ave, Suite 338, Hampden Baltimore 21211
What is the Extended Residency Program?
Center Arts and Studios Extended Residency is a unique specialized program for artists with studio and home practices.
Taught by professional artists and educators, our program offers expert personalized instruction, group instruction and critique, professional development, visiting artists, trips to museums and galleries, and exhibition opportunities.
Our flexible program is engineered for artists to rapidly improve their art, learn new techniques, and develop new skills.
Who is This Program For?
Artists looking for affordable alternative to graduate school
Emerging artists looking to jumpstart careers
Artists changing careers
How Will This Program Benefit You and Your Art?
Your art will get better! And you will:
learn from working artists and educators
connect with artists at CAS and community
professionalize your practice, benefit from flexible schedule
What is Included?
One on one critiques and mentorship with professional artists/educators
Lectures and critiques from visiting artists
Access to CAS printmaking facility
Visits to museums and galleries
Exhibitions at CAS and at local Baltimore galleries.
Professional Development includes writing artist statements and resumes, photographing artwork, applying for grants, awards, residencies, and exhibitions and learning professional presentation
Extended Residency Schedule
Group Instruction, lectures, and field trips will take place on alternating Saturdays 9:00-3:00. Saturday field trip times TBD.
Individual meeting schedules arranged with your instructors.
The Extended Residency is committed to flexible schedules.
Extended Residency Tuition and Registration
Extended Residency tuition is $3500.
Tuition includes 15 weeks of expert personalized instruction, group instruction and critique, professional development, visiting artists, trips to museums and galleries (transportation not included), access to CAS printmaking presses and work space, and exhibition opportunities.