Korry Fellow / Resident Artist Program
Each year we will name four Resident Artists and four or five Korry Fellows, with candidates selected under the guidance of our Selection Committee. Criteria for selection include an artist's body of work, demonstrated talent, excellence, potential for growth, teaching aptitude, ability to activate the Space, reputation in the community and interest in working with youth.
Our extraordinary Resident Artists were hand-picked following a rigorous selection process. Resident Artists are provided a residency in ADK House for one year, which includes a free studio, exhibition space in our cafe, and an opportunity to participate in all of our programs. Resident Artists teach one after-school art class each semester.
The Norwalk Art Space will select four fellows for a one-year term from June 2022 to June 2023. Fellows will be selected based on outstanding artistic merit and a demonstrated interest in mentoring our Resident Artists and high schoolers.
The Norwalk Art Space will grant four residencies, each with a one-year term from June 2022 to June 2023, to deserving local artists. Ideal candidates are early- or mid-career artists in need of studio space and a strong interest in teaching and giving back to the community.