*Please note that program application reviews are on hold as of March 2020. Thank you!*

The Residence program offers affordable private and/or shared studios to emerging and mid-range local, national, and international artists and creative makers. Residences become part of a vibrant community of artists participating in Arts Warehouse programming, allowing for exchange and collaborative relationships to develop within the artist community. Space is awarded to applicants that best demonstrate their commitment to their practice, to experimentation and innovation in their work/business, to seeking creative/business & professional development, and to be a part of and contributing to a dynamic community of artists, makers and creative thinkers.  A.i.R leases include private and/or shared studios as well as access to flexible shared working space. Those selected for this program range from emerging to mid-range in their business career, and work in a variety of artistic/maker disciplines and media; some exceptions may apply due to building code limitations call use for confirmation.


  • Potters must complete the pottery studio application
  • The pottery studio is a 2 person shared space.
  • If one person wants to rent it they will pay the cost of the whole space.


  1. Support/investment in individuals whose work will impact the larger cultural landscape
  2. Artist advancement programming & coaching
  3. Experimentation and collaboration
  4. Integration into a dynamic community of local, national, international artists and an expansive network of creative professionals
  5. Opportunities for engagement/cross-cultural exchange with local artists and audiences
  6. Opportunity to sell wares and build client base.


  1. Emerging to Mid-Range professional, dedicated, working artists and makers with a deep commitment to their practice and to advancing the mission of Arts Warehouse.
  2. Artists must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents over 18 years of age.
  3. Work in most mediums will be considered. Those working with toxic materials, hazardous machinery, etc. may not be considered due to limitations within the building; please contact us with questions within those realms before applying.
  4. Residents must be ready to enjoy working in an open studio setting where the public is able to interact with the artist during public hours. They must work in the studio a minimum of 15 hours per week during public hours and First Fridays. Other times may be requested by Arts Warehouse.


Applications are accepted on a continuing rolling basis . They are reviewed, informed of board acceptance when applicable and told  when there is availability.  If there is no space available selected artist will be placed on a waiting list in the order in which they were accepted. As openings occur you will be contact to see if you are ready for a studio. Once accepted you will remain on our list for 2 years; After two years you will need to update your application.  If you are still debating on whether or not to apply, read this quick and informative Q&A. It offers the inside scoop on applicants’ frequently asked questions. All applications will require a Background Check / Credit Report / Education Check Authorization and Privacy Disclosure form attached below.


The Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (“CRA”) as part of its Arts Warehouse project intends to provide affordable studios for emerging and mid-career Artists in a variety of media, including, but not limited to painters, photographers, ceramic Artists, and sculptors. ARTIST acknowledges that among The CRA’s purposes in establishing the Arts Warehouse is to nurture Artists’ careers by providing them with affordable space. Handbook is a living document and subject to change.


Studio 2

Award winning artist Agata Ren graduated from the University of Applied Sciences, Dusseldorf, Germany.


Studio 12

Amanda Perna is a mom, wife & fashion expert who believes in looking beyond the easy road to follow your…


As filmmakers we believe strongly in the power of collaboration, mentor-ship, and community – it is built into our art…


Cherie Saleeby often referenced herself as a sculptor. Now over the years, Saleeby has become more of a multi-disciplinary artist…


Studio 10B

Emma Childs is from Baltimore, Maryland, and recent graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art (2018). She wants to expand…


    Jill Hotchkiss was born in Hollywood, Florida. She received her Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Pratt…


A self-taught mixed media artist, Michelle came to the US at the age of 19 to face an unfamiliar environment…


Studio 1

I am an artist specializing in paintings that explore the nature of identity in all of its fractured manifestations. A…


process art the alchemy of color “My process emerged from experiments and study of the interaction between the artist, the…


Studio 4

Taber was born in New York and lived in Manhattan for most of her adult life until moving to Florida…


Tommaso Fattovich was born and raised in Milan, Italy and he currently resides in Florida. His work shows a passionate…


Studio 6

Zoe is a multi-media sculptor with work ranging from lost-wax bronze casting, wood/metal fabrication and upholstery. These creations depend on…