BAC's Artist Residency Program supports artists by providing space for creative investigation. Each year, BAC hosts up to 20 artists in residence to develop ideas, projects, and collaborations. Support can include three weeks of free studio time, honoraria, technical and administrative services, advocacy, and work-in-progress showings.
BAC residencies are a pressure-free environment for artists, who are encouraged to focus on their current priorities without the expectation of delivering a finished product. However, works created here often go on to premiere at venues around the world—including BAC’s own stages.
BAC residencies are offered by invitation to artists; there is no formal application process or deadline. Please note that because of the high volume of projects under consideration, unsolicited submissions may not receive a response.
The Cage Cunningham Fellowship is a two-year residency awarded annually to an artist or artists committed to innovation and collaboration as exemplified by John Cage and Merce Cunningham. More Info
BAC Space is a 3-4 week period designed to encourage peer exchange by hosting multiple resident artists concurrently in all of BAC's spaces.
The Princess Grace Foundation-USA Works-in-Progress Residency provides residency support to Princess Grace Award recipients.
The Martha Duffy Residency is granted biannually to a dance artist through a fund sponsored by BAC Board Member James H. Duffy.
The Bogliasco Fellowship is an expanded residency opportunity for artists to develop projects first at Bogliasco’s facility in the serene coastal Italian environment, and then continue at BAC’s studios in the urban setting of New York City.