FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How large are the studios, and what tools are available?
Seattle Studio: 300 square feet. Bellevue Studio: 800 square feet. There are no power tools except drills provided.
How tall is the studio?
The ceilings in both studios are 10 feet below the pipes and ducts, they are industrial spaces.
What lighting is available in the studio?
Seattle Studio: There is a bank of windows across the hall from the studio facing east. Track lights can be adjusted to meet lighting needs. Bellevue Studio: Two sides of the studio are lined with floor to ceiling windows. Track lights can be adjusted to meet lighting needs.
What is the floor surface/covering?
The floors are polished concrete.
Is the residency only available to individual artists?
Collaboration is great, but the stipend is split between the participants.
What about a dance/performance or audio/video residency?
The current spaces are not well suited for most dance/performance work.
How ventilated is the studio?
The ventilation is limited. Fume hoods are not available, so fumes must be kept to a minimum.
Are the studio and the corporate facilities wheelchair and otherwise ADA accessible?
Is parking available?
Parking is available for loading materials in or out, but not for day to day studio use.
How will I be notified of the of the application status?
There will be two rounds of panel reviews. Applicants will be notified of status in late December 2020 and with final status to be determined in February 2021.