CRISIS Artist Residency Project
CRISIS Residency Project was founded by Kate Hooray Osmond in May, 2020, as a response to the challenges brought forward by the COVID pandemic.
The In-place Residency serves as a way for creatives to reframe their time in isolation as a time of intensive focus. The Residency is free and open to anyone. AIRs engage with the program to the extent that they wish or are able. Available support for each artist includes interviews, critical feedback, and sources of connection and social engagement. The Residency is meant as a resource for the creative's mental, physical, and creative wellbeing.
To date, there are over 200 international Artists in Residence.