We are excited to partner with mosaicists Rochelle Schueler and Lynn Adamo, who will curate and facilitate the activities of a two-week-long residency for experienced mosaic artists. 

Experienced mosaic artists are invited to apply to assist in the completion of a mosaic project started in 2020 by the collaborative artist team of Rochelle Schueler and Lynn Adamo. Schueler and Adamo have finished fabricating the first three of seven panels designed for a mosaic installation at PMRCAA. As a model for creativity and collaboration, selected artists will live and work together on-site at PMRCAA, and will receive a stipend for their participation. This mosaic project will be a permanent part of the PMRCAA collection and will promote the medium of contemporary mosaic art.

All materials will be provided, including surplus high-fired ceramic tiles from Kibak Tile for re-use in the mosaic project.


Residency Dates

The two-week mosaic residency will take place May 31 – June 15, 2022. Selected artists will have the option to extend their residency two additional weeks (June 16 – 28, 2022) for a self-directed residency.


Preferred qualifications for applicants:

  • Minimum of experience working on at least 2 large-scale exterior tile mural projects
  • Ability to lift up to 25 lbs.
  • Ability to use a contractor’s tile saw and tile nippers
  • Familiarity with using thinset mortar as adhesive
  • Provide your own transportation to Sisters, Oregon.


How to Apply

Interested applicants can apply through PMRCAA’s 2022 Residency program application (open August 16 – October 25, 2021). Once logged in, follow the instructions specified for mosaic residency applicants. Selected artists will be notified in January 2022.



We appreciate your interest. Please contact us with any questions: 541-904-0700; arts@roundhousefoundation.org.


Schueler and Adamo completed three of the seven panels for the mosaic installation at PMRCAA. The design is inspired by buildings and scenes of nature at PMRCAA.


Schueler and Adamo’s design for the seven-panel mosaic installation at PMRCAA.