The Jentel Artist Residency Program provides space where artists and writers may focus on creating. Communal spaces are designated for research, recreation, food preparation, and dining. Each artist and writer is offered a private comfortably furnished accommodation and a light airy work space. Each resident receives a stipend to help defray living expenses during the program. Residents may choose privacy during their stay or enjoy interaction with peers and the community as desired.
The Jentel Artist Residency Program specifically attends to the needs of those who wish to take responsibility for themselves while they focus on their work and creative development.
Any visual artist or writer over 25 currently residing in the United States or any U.S. citizen is eligible. U.S. citizenship is not a requirement. Individuals currently enrolled in an academic institution are ineligible. The program is not open to students.
Age, ethnicity, gender, or religious association are of no significance in considering individuals for acceptance into the program.