Help Artists Make Art In 2020

Applications for the Habibi House Residency are now open! Apply and/or become a sustainer that nurtures and fosters a creative intersectional future.

Habibi House Residency Applications now OPEN.

The Habibi House Residency
Applications Open December 19, 2019 – January 31, 2020

The Habibi House Residency program is central to Habibi House. We’re committed to providing artists space, time, and community support to push their practice forward by offering a 3-5 week residency at habibi House in Detroit. We provide housing, access to local studios for fabrication, list of partner studio spaces can be found here, and we offer additional access to local arts community through studio visits, Habibi House programming and personal connections. The Residency is designed for artists at all stages of their careers interested in or creating work about home, diaspora, and where art and community meet.

Will you join the 50 sustainers that have already invested in a creative intersectional future before 2020
Habibi House, an interactive installation of home, is an alternative space where artists, curators, and individuals from different communities share and collaborate with the goal of collectively reimagining Home. Through community dinners, BBQs, exhibitions, artist talks, and other programming, Habibi House constructs bridges across communities for a stronger intersectional future.

The Habibi House Residency is made possible through our partnerships.

The Habibi Network of studios and art spaces in Detroit deepen our commitment to building an intersectional community. One that builds together & is invested in the success of our creators.



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