studioELL @HOME Residency Exhibition: Tracy Holtham, Corrugated Tears, 05 august through 30 october 2022, curated by john ros

studioELL is pleased to announce our NEW @HOME RESIDENCY. Our inaugural invited artist, Tracy Holtham will participate in a six-month residency commencing Monday, 03 January 2022.

This unique opportunity offers a platform for invited artists to work in their own studio, supported by critique opportunities from visiting artists throughout the residency. From January through June 2022, Tracy will share weekly progress from the residency. In June, studioELL will feature an exhibition and host an artist talk about the work created during Tracy’s time in residence.

studioELL is pleased to welcome Lauren K. Alleyne, Charlie Levine and Jason Sloan as our 2022 @Home Residency Visiting Artists.



studioVISIT is a visiting artist series devoted to providing unique access into an artist’s studio with insights into their practice and discussions on broader issues of activism, social connectivity and community.

Because studioELL encourages critical thinking and civic action through practice-based study, the insights offered by visiting artists illuminate our connections to one another and our own communities, while providing a unique lens through which to experience art-making. These visits help us to realize our belief that artists are members of community first, and reinforces the notion that art practice is part of a meaningful democracy, consisting of informed and active participants in the processes that affect our day to day.


studioELL’s FLATFILE features the artwork of professors and selected artists. Artists include: Marlos E’van, Alfonso Fernandez, Kariann Fuqua, Jodi Hays, Kei Imai, john ros, Melissa Staiger. Artists retain 50% of sales and have generously agreed to support studioELL’s scholarship program with the remaining 50%. The FLATFILE collection is physically located at our offices in Long Island CIty, NYC. You may purchase work directly from our shop or contact us if you would prefer to schedule an appointment to view work in person.

Collection consultation is also available.

Thank you to all our artists and collectors!


The studioELL academic calendar of courses will be put on a short hiatus for 2022 to focus our efforts on development. In order to continue to offer outstanding programming and secure future scholarships, we must build our financial strength.

Our plan is to make new courses available for the Winter 2023 Term.


studioELL LLC is an artist run social enterprise. In April 2021, we obtained fiscal sponsorship through Fractured Atlas, in the hopes of expanding our grant research and funding opportunities and becoming more financially sustainable. All charitable contributions to studioELL are facilitated by Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Your generous gift will help sustain our community programs such as studioVISIT and @HOME Residency and allow us to fund our scholarship program which helps support artists who may not be able to afford full course fees. Personal donations and sales from our FLATFILE program are the primary contributors to our scholarship program fund.

We offer programs, events and short courses throughout the year and will be commencing our course terms for the 2022-23 academic year starting September 2022.

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