This call is now closed. Please check back in spring 2022 for more information about summer 2022.

Gregor Family Artist-in-Residence Program

Each summer, Gallery 263 offers our 700-square foot space to artists of all media and experience levels. We strive to give the local Boston and Cambridge community a stake in the process, not just the product, of art making. From mural painting to textile arts, mold making to photography, installation to community projects—our artist residencies have drawn passionate artists of all media.

Due to the support of the generous Gregor family, we have been able to transform our residency experience from a low-cost opportunity to a program with a $250 stipend. Please note that due to the pandemic, only one artist will be selected for summer 2021.

The Gregor Family Artist-in-Residence will enjoy a comfortable environment in which to incubate ideas, fuel discussion, and produce new work. The residency is a non-live-in opportunity. The selected artist will benefit from full access to our space and amenities; participate in critiques or community outreach projects—either virtually or in person, depending on pandemic guidelines; and conclude their stay with a two-week exhibition.

Please browse the photos of past residencies in our archive below. Questions about the program? Email contact@gallery263.com

Summer 2021

Mosheh Tucker

Summer 2018

Carolyn Sirois, Woomin Kim, Graham Yeager, Abigayle Cosinuke

Summer 2017

Emily Brodrick, Kwang Choi, Kelly Knight, Daniel Zeese

Summer 2016

Lindsey Boss, Jason Lieder, Julia Kwon, Jonathan Talit

Fitted to the Latch, 2015

Michele Lauriat, Lucy Lindsey, Suzanne Mahoney, Diana Jean Puglisi

Three Visual Reveries, 2014

Ross Gronvold, Heather Macali & Solei Heather Macali & Solei  Heather Macali & Solei 

Summer 2013

Laura Francis, Danielle Freiman, Alexandra Photopoulos, Nicky Rosato

The Cave Project, Summer 2011

Laura Francis and collaborators

Golden Arrows, Winter 2011

Golden Arrows artist collective, Adam Ribaudo and Bennett Grizzard

Primary Residency, 2010

Annie Newbold, David Craft, David Lasley, Jean-Francois Caubet, Elizabeth Green