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International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)

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Location USA / New York, NY
Established 1994
Tel +1 718 387 2900
Email info@iscp-nyc.org
application@iscp-nyc.org
Website International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) Website
Address International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) 1040 Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11211
The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is a leading nonprofit, residency-based, contemporary art institution in New York City for emerging to mid-career artists and curators from around the world.

Founded in 1994, ISCP has hosted over 1,400 artists and curators from more than 85 countries, including the United States. In 2008, ISCP moved from Manhattan to East Williamsburg, Brooklyn renovating, an 18,000 square-foot former factory constructed in 1901. This move expanded ISCP's facilities to 35 studios and 2 exhibition galleries.

ISCP strives to establish a global network of exemplary artists and curators and to provide them with support for producing new work. Tailored for professional growth, the program serves as an active mediator, creating visibility and immersion for its resident artists in New York City.

ISCP’s programming hybrid is conceived to facilitate dialogue and collaboration. Three integrated activity areas: the Residency Program, Exhibition Program and Participatory Projects, make ISCP an unparalleled platform for producing, presenting and contextualizing contemporary art through a diverse range of international perspectives.

Facilities

Number of Residents 35 - 40
Studio Type 110 – 410 sq. ft. Private Studio, Private and furnished studio space with 24-hour access.
Other Facilities Common areas, Wi-Fi internet

Transportation

Nearest Airport John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
Driving Instructions ISCP by subway: Take L train to Grand Street station. Walk three blocks east on Grand Street, turn left on Morgan Avenue and one block north to Metropolitan Avenue. ISCP is on Metropolitan Avenue between Morgan and Vandervoort Avenues.