Opportunities → Workspace Artists-in-Residence


Each year, Center for Book Arts awards up to five New York-based emerging artists with space, time, and financial support to explore the production and exhibition of artists’ books and related work in a year-long residency.

This program promotes experimentation in making book art—thus artists from all disciplinary backgrounds are encouraged to apply. CBA especially encourages applications from artists of culturally diverse backgrounds.

Our workspace Artists-in-Residence are selected by an independent panel of artists, curators, and professionals in the field. The 2022 cohort was selected by:

Former Workspace Artists-in-Residence

2021 Workspace Artists-in-Residence

2020 Workspace Artists-in-Residence

2019 Workspace Artists-in-Residence

2022 Workspace Artists-in-Residence

Roni Aviv

Born in 1992, Roni Aviv (she/her) is a New York-based visual artist whose practice is at the intersection of photography, text, drawing, and installation. In her work Aviv explores emotional residue through repetition and material change. She photographs different types of mark-makings performed onto paper using soaking, grinding, and tracing techniques. Learn More–>

Rodrigo Moreira, Argenis Apolinario Photography, 2019

Rodrigo Moreira (he/him/his) is a Brazilian multidisciplinary artist creating poetic interventions on social issues that emerge in everyday life through printmaking, video, text, and installation. Learn More–>

Vanessa Sandoval

Born 1990 in Cali, Colombia, Vanessa Sandoval (she/her) is a visual artist practicing in the fields of sculpture, drawing, performance, and installation. Through her work, she explores and questions the separation between nature and culture as well as how bodies are expressions of ecological relations. Learn More–>

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