Invited Curators for Filmshop Exhibition

Invited Curators for Filmshop Exhibition

Psst… fancy a date with us every weekend for the next few weeks? How about watching a bunch of short films with us? Films curated by some folks from Fox Searchlight, Executive Directors of the Oxford Film Festival in Mississippi, the head of New York Women and...
2020 Residency Award Announced

2020 Residency Award Announced

For this year’s Studio Faire Residency Award, we have partnered with the American literary journal and chapbook press, Ghost Proposal. The winner will receive a free 4-week residency at Studio Faire plus 15 printed copies of their chapbook. We are excited to announce...
Chemical Hearts Novel Adapted for the Big Screen

Chemical Hearts Novel Adapted for the Big Screen

What a joy it was to watch past Studio Faire resident, Krystal Sutherland’s first novel come to life on our screen last night! The film adaptation, produced by Amazon Studios, stars Lili Reinhart (“Riverdale”) and has just been released on Amazon Prime. Directed by...
Residency Award offered as part of Ghost Proposal Chapbook Contest

Residency Award offered as part of Ghost Proposal Chapbook Contest

Every year Studio Faire offers an award of a FREE 4-week residency at Studio Faire. To date, we have supported post-graduate fine art students and visual artists to come and spend time researching and developing new ideas in France. This year it’s the turn of the...
Kate Corroon Skakel & Collette Broeders in a Live Event

Kate Corroon Skakel & Collette Broeders in a Live Event

On the 27 February, Studio Faire opened its doors to a new season of residencies for 2020 with excitement about what the year would hold. Just three weeks later these doors were closed again by the COVID-19 epidemic. In these three short weeks we did have the pleasure...
We Have Some BAD News…And Some GOOD!

We Have Some BAD News…And Some GOOD!

First the BAD News: In response to COVID-19, Studio Faire closed its doors to residents temporarily from 17 March 2020. We were sad to say goodbye early to our two residents, Kate Corroon Skakel (pictured), who was with us devising multimedia, site specific...