The Institute for Public Architecture (IPA) is now accepting applications for the 2024 Spring and Summer Residency programs, taking place March 1–May 17 and June 1–August 17, 2024 respectively. Spend eleven weeks living and working in a collaborative environment within a landmarked building in the midst of New York harbor.
Emerging and mid-career architects, urbanists, landscape architects, designers, and those committed to the public realm in all disciplines are invited to apply. Applicants will bring their own interests and projects to the program.
IPA Fellows are among the first civilian residents to live on the Island since the Coast Guard’s exit in 1996. Fellows will enjoy unparalleled historic, natural, and urban resources with direct access to downtown Manhattan and waterfront Brooklyn neighborhoods via ferry. The IPA is one of more than twenty arts, cultural, educational, and environmental nonprofit organizations operating on the Island, forming a unique community that connects with a diverse and growing audience of nearly one million annual visitors.
Applications are due by December 22, 2023 at the-ipa.org/open-call
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