Artist-in-Residency Program


Open Call for Artists – Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA

Microsoft Research seeks artists for its Artist-in-Residence program. The program offers an opportunity to work in a thrilling environment with cutting edge technology and world-class technologists to explore the connection between art, science, and engineering. A typical residency will last between three and six months. The artist will have an office and studio space in Microsoft Research’s building in Redmond, WA. Studio 99 (Microsoft Research’s art committee) will help connect the artist to collaborative partners across Microsoft’s research and product groups.

We encourage applications across a wide range of areas and interests, with no media restrictions –installation-based, sculptural, multimedia, or performative works are all welcome.

Pay for the Artist-in-Residence program is competitive and project-specific budgets will be provided to assist with exhibit design, construction, and installation.

To apply

Email with the following information:

  • Your name
  • A link to your CV
  • A link to an online portfolio
  • A brief description (no more than a page) of one or two projects that you might pursue as an MSR Artist-in-Residence (if selected, you can work on different projects–we’re just interested in knowing how you might collaborate with researchers and product groups like Xbox , Bing, and so on.)

Deadline: Applications will be considered on a continual, rolling basis, so you are encouraged to apply early.

We look forward to hearing from you!




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