Collective Residencies

The Caroga Arts Collective’s residencies marks the forming of a collective gathering for residencies throughout the year in Caroga Lake, NY to embark on personal, collaborative and community projects.


Winter 2019: January 15, 2019 – January 20, 2019

Spring 2019: April 30, 2019 – May 9, 2019

Summer 2019 (InterArts Symposium): July 2, 2019 – July 7, 2019

Fall 2019: TBD

What is the mission of the Collective?

Caroga Arts Collective mission: Reignite the Caroga experience through interdisciplinary and interarts collaborations among musicians, artists, scholars and the community.

What is the goal and major objectives of the Collective residency program?

Goal: Community revitalization through the arts

Objectives and focus points for residency:

  • Exhibit/Presentation – i.e. space, curation, promotion, presentation for two events
  • Create something lasting (tangible) – i.e. content, recording, film, sculpture, landscape, website
  • Community engagement – develop unique community experiences and connections

How to participate in this residency program?

If you are interested in becoming a participant of the Collective Residencies, please contact Kyle Price at Resident Artists will receive a per diem and modest stipend plus housing.

What are the future advantages to being a part of this program?

  1. Experience and actively participate in the shaping and growth of a community through our creative ventures.
  2. Give guidance to the development and structure of future residencies. We strive for the Collective residencies to continue to grow into a self-sustaining, independent program creating future opportunities for members of the collective and potentially direct their own projects in Caroga.
  3. Create a network for future collaborations with other like-minded artists of different disciplines.
  4. Become part of a growing non-profit organization on the rise recognized for other successful programs such as the Caroga Lake Music Festival, National Summer Cello Institute, MyHil Film Series and InterArts Symposium.