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ARTISTS

Each year we name four Resident Artists and four 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, the potential for growth, teaching aptitude, ability to activate the Space, reputation in the community, and interest in working with youth.

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We are no longer accepting applications for our 2024-25 program. Applications for 2025-26 will open in November.

The Norwalk Art Space grants four residencies each year with a one-year term from June 1st to May 31st to deserving CT based artists. Ideal candidates are early or mid-career artists needing studio space and who have a strong interest in teaching, developing community, and mentoring youth. Priority will be given to artists from historically under-represented groups. 

Resident Artists are provided a residency in ADK House for one year, including a free studio, exhibition space in our cafe, a group exhibition in our main gallery, and an opportunity to participate in all of our programs. In exchange, Resident Artists teach one weekly art class each semester.

The Norwalk Art Space (TNAS) selects four Korry Fellows each year for a one-year term from June 1st to May 31st. Fellows are selected based on outstanding artistic merit, interest in mentoring TNAS Resident Artists and students, and helping to build a stronger art community. We welcome applications from CT-based artists, curators, or lead representatives of other art organizations who would like to exhibit, support, and expand TNAS's footprint in the community. Priority will be given to artists from historically under-represented groups. 

Korry Fellows are selected following a highly competitive process to activate our space, fill our walls with outstanding art, and provide mentorship and education to our community. Korry Fellows each curate a 10-week exhibition in our main gallery and act as mentors for our Resident Artists and ambassadors to our community. They also provide workshops and educational opportunities to our students and the public at large.

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