KFW Residency at Loretto Community
KFW is partnering with the Sisters of Loretto/Loretto Community to offer Artist Residencies of 1–3 weeks at the Loretto Motherhouse in Nerinx, Ky.
Residencies at Loretto are open to feminist artists who are residents of Kentucky who have demonstrated achievement in creating work high in artistic merit and based on social justice issues/concerns. Trans and nonbinary people are welcome at Loretto!
To learn more about the Loretto Artist Residency, click here.
Summer Residency Program at Hopscotch House
There will be no Summer Residency Program at Hopscotch House in 2024.
Founded in 2006, KFW’s Summer Residency Program at Hopscotch House has fostered many of Kentucky’s most diverse feminist social change artists and art activists. By supporting individual and collective artistic development with a focus on social impact, the Summer Residency Program has been an important component of the growing and inclusive feminist social change movement in Kentucky.
The Summer Residency Program (SRP) offered participants a week-long immersion in art-making and community building. Feminist social change artists deepened their artistic practice and considered strategies to expand the social change impact of their work.