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Midtown 24 Artist in Residence Grant

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We are an Artist in Residence grant program for rental apartment communities, creating new pathways for artists to thrive, and for fellow residents to celebrate the spirit of arts in community. American Landmark: Artist in Residence provides no-cost housing and studio space for up to one year for selected visual artists. In return, grant recipients are responsible for implementing community-wide, on-site art programs.

This particular residency opportunity at Midtown 24 is located in Plantation, Florida. Midtown 24 is actively seeking South Florida visual artists to reside in this newly renovated high-rise while utilizing their skill and craft as an ally to the community in innovative and inspiring ways. 

Artists over the age of 18, and working in a wide variety of visual arts disciplines are welcome to apply, especially muralists, public artists, mixed media artists, and installation artists. Beach Walk at Sheridan is seeking professionals who are confident in their artistic voice, and who have an interest in expanding their artistic practice in a community-focused context.

Artist will be chosen based solely on compatibility with the needs of the Beach Walk at Sheridan community and likelihood to thrive creatively in this context. This is an equal opportunity position. We value artistic expression, experience, creativity, excellence, professionalism and inclusion.

Prizes Details: 

The selected artist will be awarded no-cost housing and studio space at Beach Walk at Sheridan for up to one year. 

Deadline: 
06/01/2020
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Beach Walk Artist in Residence Grant

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We are an Artist in Residence grant program for rental apartment communities, creating new pathways for artists to thrive, and for fellow residents to celebrate the spirit of arts in community. American Landmark: Artist in Residence provides no-cost housing and studio space for up to one year for selected visual artists. In return, grant recipients are responsible for implementing community-wide, on-site art programs.

This particular residency opportunity at Beach Walk at Sheridan is located in Dania Beach, Florida. Beach Walk is the perfect location for murals, outdoor art classes, and family-friendly creative functions. We are seeking a South Florida visual artist to reside here at no-cost and to work in conjunction with the current management team as a liaison to the spirit of arts.

Artists currently residing in South Florida, over the age of 18, and working in a wide variety of visual arts disciplines are welcome to apply, especially muralists, public artists, mixed media artists, and installation artists. Beach Walk at Sheridan is seeking professionals who are confident in their artistic voice, and who have an interest in expanding their artistic practice in a community-focused context.

Artist will be chosen based solely on compatibility with the needs of the Beach Walk at Sheridan community and likelihood to thrive creatively in this context. This is an equal opportunity position. We value artistic expression, experience, creativity, excellence, professionalism and inclusion.

Prizes Details: 

The selected artist will be awarded no-cost housing and studio space at Beach Walk at Sheridan for up to one year. 

Deadline: 
06/01/2020
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Who Are You? Open Call: Interview Participants for Artist Jenn Cacciola's Audio Tapestry

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NY-based mixed-media artist, Jenn Cacciola is currently working on a large-scale, multi-layered tapestry piece that employs audio interviews and other recordings as a "soundtrack," to be projected from the piece during exhibitions. She is now in residency at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture in Manhattan, conducting personal one-on-one interviews with and simultaneously creating portraits of volunteers, that will be an essential part of research for the piece. The project seeks to question how growth occurs while a person is affected by environments, decisions, circumstances, and the intersection between the self and others, using ecological/botanical metaphor for human growth in various social environments. Further information and sign-up steps available at the Eventbrite page.

Participants receive a print of the portrait created during their interview session. Prints will be mailed at a later date, once they are crafted from the original drawings.
 

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Artist Call – Workshops for Children and Families

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Oriel Davies is seeking creative practitioners with a background in participatory practice to deliver a programme of workshops for children and families in Oriel Davies’ pop-up project and event space The Kitchen.

We are looking for up to 6 artists to run workshops and activities that take inspiration from The Kitchen, both the project space and all things relating to the domestic setting.  In addition, there are four Big Draw workshops, which should be based on the 2017 festival theme – Living Lines.

 

The Kitchen – is a creative social space, where art, performance, craft and film will be made, shared and inspired. Oriel Davies’ pop-up project and event space, The Kitchen will be open to visitors from 07 October 2017 to 27 January 2018, presenting a vibrant programme of workshops, activities, events and talks alongside fantastic opportunities for collaboration and community intervention.

The Kitchen is a room to relax and hang out in as well as a space for creativity. Designed as a flexible environment for a wide range of activity, The Kitchen will continuously adapt and change over the four months as visitors, artists and community groups create and share their work. 

Deadline: 
09/10/2017

Artist Residency Call | Bettws Lifehouse

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We are seeking a creative practitioner with a background in participatory practice to take on a six-day residency in Oriel Davies’ pop-up project and event space The Kitchen, working with a group of students with autism, moderate learning needs and behavioral difficulties.

We are inviting proposals from, but not limited to, visual and digital artists, performance makers, creative writers, filmmakers, illustrators and craft specialists. Although the focus of the residency is the development and delivery of four workshops with a group of students from Bettws Lifehouse. There is also opportunity to produce a mix of artistic engagement activities for general visitors and develop creative interventions in The Kitchen project space.

This is an exciting opportunity for a versatile practitioner with proven experience working with young people with learning and behavioral difficulties and is keen to further explore their practice.

Building on the achievements of The Drawing Room in year one, The Kitchen is the next edition of Open Space, a two-year pilot project that runs alongside, and in addition to, the Gallery's existing exhibition and learning programmes. Open Space is funded by the Arts Council of Wales and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.

Oriel Davies – is a contemporary art gallery in the heart of Wales. Based in Newtown, Powys, Oriel Davies is the largest and most significant visual arts venue in the region and a key gallery of Wales, showing groundbreaking national and international art and craft.

Bettws Lifehouse - is a school for children with emotional and behavioral difficulties, Autistic Spectrum diagnosis and moderate learning difficulties. The Lifehouse provides a valid and realistic alternative to mainstream education and pupil referral units, for those needing something ‘a little bit different’ for up to 20 pupils aged between 9 and 19.

Residency Details

This is a six-day residency, which will take place on consecutive Tuesdays from 07 November to 12 December 2017. Although the first day will include a visit to the school, the artist will be based in The Kitchen at Oriel Davies for the remainder of the residency.

The artist will work with eight lower school pupils (aged 10 – 14). The students will be supported by five members of staff from the Art and English team during their visits to the gallery. The students involved in the project will have a range of emotional and behavioral difficulties, Autistic Spectrum diagnosis and moderate learning difficulties.

The Kitchen – is a creative social space, where art, performance, craft and film will be made, shared and inspired. Oriel Davies’ pop-up project and event space, The Kitchen will be open to visitors from 07 October 2017 to 27 January 2018, presenting a vibrant programme of workshops, activities, events and talks alongside fantastic opportunities for collaboration and community intervention.

The Kitchen is a room to relax and hang out in as well as a space for creativity. Designed as a flexible environment for a wide range of activity, The Kitchen will continuously adapt and change over the four months as visitors, artists and community groups create and share their work. 

Deadline: 
09/10/2017
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