2014 Oct. 29: Announcement – 2015 Light Work Artists-in-Residence

We Are Pleased to Announce
The 2015 Light Work Artists-in-Residence

Every year Light Work invites between twelve and fifteen artists to come to Syracuse to devote one month to creative projects. Over 400 artists have participated in Light Work’s Artist-in-Residence Program, and many of them have gone on to achieve international acclaim.
The residency includes a $5,000 stipend, a furnished artist apartment, 24-hour access to our state-of-the-art facilities, and generous staff support. Work by each Artist-in-Residence is published in a special edition of Contact Sheet: The Light Work Annual along with an essay commissioned by Light Work.
Work by former Artists-in-Residence is also part of the Light Work Collection.
We are pleased to announce the 2015 Light Work Artists-in-Residence!
Join us in congratulating this great group of artists here.


Light Work, an artist-run, non-profit organization, has been supporting emerging and under-recognized artists working in photography since 1973. Here’s how to help us continue that support and get something in return:
SUBSCRIBE to our award-winning journal Contact Sheet and receive five annually printed issues of one of the longest-running photography magazines in the world.
PURCHASE signed and numbered original prints from our exclusive 2013 program.
COLLECT special signed editions of newly released photography books.
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