Launched in 2005, the highly-respected Strathmore Artist in Residence Program was created to support the transition of outstanding local musicians into career artists. Each year through a competitive selection process, a class of 6 is chosen and benefits greatly from the support of participating mentors and musicians. The 10-month program also includes 30 hours of professional development seminars, a professional photo shoot, videography, extensive performance opportunities, and a $4,000 stipend.
Read about the program in WTOP’s recent series:
Howard University’s Langston Hughes II shines in Strathmore resident program
How a DC beatboxer turned Strathmore resident program into Grammy acclaim
Visit for more information and to apply: https://www.strathmore.org/community-education/artist-in-residence-program/apply/