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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 2023 Bryn Du Artist in Residence program is sponsored by the Granville Community Foundation. Thank you for your support! 

Welcome, Timothy McCool!

Artist in Residence - September & October, 2023

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Please join us in welcoming Artist, Timothy McCool! Throughout September and October, McCool will share his artistic talents. From a colored pencil workshop to an open studio, we hope that you will join us as Tim shares his time and passion.

More About Tim

Timothy McCool is an Austin, Texas-based artist and educator. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, McCool received his Master’s of Fine Arts from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, located in Boston, MA. McCool has been featured in solo exhibitions at the Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, MA, Carroll & Sons Gallery in Boston, MA, Room 68 Gallery in Provincetown, MA, and Launch F18 in NYC, NY, as well as in group exhibitions at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Boston Center for the Arts, and the Gerry-Wood Gallery at the Rhode Island School of Design, in Providence RI. McCool is the co-founder of the DIY exhibition space Goodluckhavefun, operated out of a garage in West Austin. He has been the artist in residence at the Boston Center for the Arts, the Studios Program at MASS MoCA, and at the Arteles Creative Center in Finland.

Thank you to those that joined us for some of our past free community events!


Author Interview Event

Guests joined our artist-in-residence, Sheena Daree Romero, and local author, Margot Singer, as they discussed their current and past projects, and answered questions from the audience.

Young Writer's Workshop

Values, Beliefs & Aspirations: Crafting Our Personal Manifestos

In this workshop for teen writers, participants reflected on their own personal values, developed an understanding of what manifestos are and how they have been and can be used to convey values and shift thoughts and actions, and began to craft their own manifestos.

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Past 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

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Jennifer Hambrick

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.

For Artists of all Disciplines

Learn more about the Bryn Du Artist in Residence program, read the FAQ.

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