CMS Artist In Residence Program
The Claremont MakerSpace (CMS) Artist In Residence Program is designed to empower New Hampshire and Vermont based artists with tools, training and space to create compelling new work. Each CMS Artist In Residence receives $800 towards the creation of new work at the CMS, two months of Unlimited CMS Membership, a dedicated studio space at the CMS, and training to use new tools. Each residency runs for two months.
All mediums and levels of experience are welcome to apply. Residencies are open to both NH and VT artists. Artists from New Hampshire may apply to any of the five residency periods. Artists from Vermont may apply for the second and fifth residency.
Note: Due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and staffing limitations we are not accepting applications for the CMS Artist In Residence program at this time.
The CMS Artist In Residence Program and TwinState MakerSpaces, Inc. is supported in part by the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Corporate Usage Accounts
The Claremont MakerSpace Corporate Usage Account (CUA) program is a great way to offer a unique benefit to your employees while investing in the development of their creative and professional skills. It’s a simple and flexible program that let’s employees of CUA businesses get a substantial discount on CMS Membership and classes. To learn more, please email: email@example.com
CMS Veterans Scholarship Program
Are you a Veteran or active service member looking to get a CMS Membership? The Claremont MakerSpace has teamed up with the Red River Charitable Foundation to offer scholarships to qualifying Veterans and active service members. To learn more and apply, please visit the Red River Charitable Foundation website.
CMS Student Discount Program
The Claremont MakerSpace Student Discount Program offers a 75% discount on CMS membership and classes to high school students, ages 15 and up, in Claremont and the greater Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont. This program is supported by a generous grant from The Couch Family Foundation.
To learn more and apply for the CMS Student Application Program, please complete the online application.
CMS COVID-19 Economic Hardship Scholarship Program
The Claremont MakerSpace is a creative hub and community workspace, designed to help our members put shape to their ideas. We offer membership-based access to specialty tools for woodworking, jewelry making, electronics, metalworking, fiber arts and more, as well as education, room to work, and a community of like-minded creative people.
If you are suffering economic hardship as a result of loss of employment, reduction in wages or other economic hardship as a result of COVID-19, you may apply for the CMS COVID-19 Economic Hardship Scholarship Program. This program offers a 75% discount on Claremont MakerSpace membership to approved applicants for a period of up to six months. You may be able to apply for an extension at the end of the scholarship period, contingent upon available program funding.
The CMS COVID-19 Economic Hardship Scholarship Program is supported by a generous grant from the Oleonda Jameson Trust. The continued availability of this program is contingent on available funding and program renewal. Please direct questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
To apply for the CMS COVID-19 Economic Hardship Scholarship Program , please complete the online application.
If you have any questions about any of the Claremont MakerSpace special programs, please email: email@example.com