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Radical Residency 

The Radical Imagination Residency is hosted on the original land of the Abenaki People – 125 acres of Vermont field and forest in the summer months. In honor of our own wellbeing and that of our extended communities, we did not host residents during the Covid-19 pandemic and the residency is still currently on hold. 

In the past we have operated the residency by opening up our studios and gardens to invite BIPOC artists from all over the world to come and share the bounty. We provide three vegetarian meals a day, special guest lectures, and two optional adventures.

Our facilities include a wood shop, ceramics shed, fiber barn and shared indoor and outdoor studio spaces. Hosting artists from various disciplines in our tiny corner of the world has inspired growth and awareness in our home and our community.  We are so thankful to the artists that have shared their work and this space with us thus far. 

Where: Corinth, VT 

Who:  We welcome all BIPOC artists who are working to re-imagine new ways of surviving in the future to apply.

When: currently on-hold

Three 2-week summer sessions

Exchange: Free

The Radical Imagination Residency replaces the Lazuli Residency in Corinth, Vermont. 

If you have interest in becoming a Radical Resident. Please let us know your interest here. We look forward to getting in touch with you!