Location: Brooklyn, New York, United States
Mission: Tree House residency is an unconventional residency program for artists, creatives, activists, thinkers, builders and makers. Our residency is set in a homemade “tree house”- an indoor, lofted bed and living area set in an outcropping of a stairwell within our 7-person collective house in Bedstuy, Brooklyn. We provide our residents with housing and free food throughout their residency. Your stay with us is 100% free. Our residents propose and work on a creative project that serves: our house, its inhabitants, its guests and/or its neighbors.
Cost: 100 % free + food provided.
Number of Artists: Up to 1 at a time
Accommodations: Tree house lofted bed, communal apartment space, and food provided (loft not built yet)
Length of Stay: 1 month
Demographic: Emerging, undergraduate, Brooklyn bumpkins, and alternative artists
Benefits: Free food and stay for one month in New York City and you get to build things for the ‘collective’ (household).
Deadline: December 28, 2012