Standard Projects is located in the former Hortonville Police Station built in 1952. The space is a continual work-in-progress with dedicated studios and gallery open to the public. We have hosted many artists from an array of trades and locations through our residency program.
STARTED IN 2014 BY CLAIRE ABITZ
The goal of Standard Projects is to share an open and productive environment for making fine art and handmade goods - encouraging material exploration and collaboration across trades.
check out our residency program
Contemporary craft in fine art is the emphasis of our program. Our facilities include a wood and metal shop, sewing/fibers studio, and a large shared gallery/open workspace. Several other secondary spaces are available for interpretation.
During your residency you will be provided with a private bedroom and studio space. A small kitchen, bathroom and common area is nearby and may be lightly used by other artists working in the building. Collaboration and communal awareness is key for a successful experience.
The residency program runs in two cycles in the spring and fall with one visiting artist per month. Average residency duration is 2-3 weeks but more or less may be granted based on the scope of work you hope to create.
This is a donation based residency program. Please consider how you can contribute to Standard Projects - whether through a gallery event, workshop, artist talk, or donation to the residency archive.