Bryn Du's Artist in Residence Program
Bryn Du is excited to bring a year-round Artist in Residence program to the community. Watch for ways to engage with and learn from artists of various disciplines throughout the year!
The Bryn Du Commission is a proud member of the Artist Communities Alliance and is supported in part by the Ohio Arts Council. Thank you!
The 2022 Bryn Du Artist in Residence program is sponsored by the Granville Community Foundation. Thank you for your support!
Welcome, AJ Strosahl
Artist in Residence - September & October 2022
Born and raised in Seattle, AJ Strosahl is a writer who now lives and works in Oakland, California. She has work published or forthcoming in Cleaver Magazine, Signal Mountain Review, Blue Earth Review, Ruminate, and other outlets. Her short story, 'Dayton', was longlisted for the 2020 Jacob Zilber Prize for Short Fiction and her essay, 'Dogs I've Read', was recently a finalist for the 2021 VanderMey Nonfiction Prize. She holds an MFA from St. Mary's College of California and is at work on a novel.
How to engage with the Bryn Du Artist in Residence!
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted, and family-friendly.
Current Bryn Du Artist in Residence is Novelist, AJ Strosahl
Wednesday, September 28, 1-3 p.m. - Join us for a Personal History Writing Workshop.
Thursday, October 6, 6 - 7:30 p.m. Teen Writing Workshop at the Granville Public Library.
Past & Upcoming Artists in Residence at Bryn Du
Congratulations to the 2022 Artists in Residence!
Rachel Clarke (IA), cyanotype & lumen print photography
Kong Ho (PA), acrylic painting
Angelina Strosahl (CA), novelist
Poet, musician, photographer, on-air radio personality - Fall 2019
While in residence at Bryn Du, Ms. Hambrick worked on her poetry while engaging the community through various activites: "Words & Music" - a performance with ETHEL and Denison student composers, a poetry reading and open mic night, "Jazz Haiku" cabaret night, "Haiku Rocks!" at the Granville Public Library, and poetry workshops at Granville High School and Middle School. Ms. Hambrick was Bryn Du's inaugural Artist in Residence chosen from an invitation-only application process.
Residency supported by the Ohio Arts Council.