Established in 2021, the Lunder Institute residential fellowships provide artists with spacious studios as well as opportunities for collaboration with Colby College faculty, students, staff, and the Waterville community. This new studio program, which is based at the Arts Collaborative at 18 Main Street in downtown Waterville, encompasses artists at all stages of their careers and working in a range of artistic disciplines and mediums. Resident fellows are provided with housing and a stipend; have access to Colby College campus facilities; and are in dialogue with local organizations and community members.
Our first cohort of resident fellows—Adriane Herman, Jose Barrionuevo ‘16 (Killer Bee), Riley Watts, and Veronica Perez—have moved into our new studio spaces. Read their bios here.
Featured image (clockwise from top left): Riley Watts, Adriane Herman, Jose Barrionuevo ‘16 (Killer Bee), and Veronica Perez.