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12 Residencies in 5 Months: One artist's attempt to redefine patronage   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Posted 3/20/14

Liliya Lifanova received her MFA from SAIC in 2010. Following that, she found herself asking a familiar question to many young artists: what next? Nurtured by the inclusive, critical and supportive, art-centered environment of graduate school, her first post-graduation initiative was a take on the practice of residencies. Called Artist in YOUR Residence, the purpose of the project was to explore concepts of modern patronage and bypass the traditional models for a direct relationship between Artist and... [more]

RESIDENCY & JURIED SOLO EXHIBIT  
Posted 7/29/11

INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCY PROGRAM AND SOLO SHOW OPPORTUNITIES AT NARS FOUNDATION (BROOKLYN, NY) The New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation is currently seeking applications from both emerging and established artists for their International Artist Residency Program, for the 2012 Season I (January – June). Open to U.S.-based and International applicants, the program seeks to bring artists together to trade insight and inspiration with over 120 New York City working artists who will re... [more]

OPENING SPEECH BY KATALIN GELLER:
  
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at HMC-Medosz August 14th, 2009 - September 13th, 2009
Posted 8/14/09

OPENING SPEECH BY KATALIN GELLER: AIR/HMC, Balatonfured/Budapest, International Artists Residencies exhibition at 
Hungarian Museum of Trade and Tourism 
August 3 - September 13

When Beata Szechy's founded the Hungarian Multicultural Center in 1990, her goals were fostering culture, personal connections, and art related exchanges.  At the beginning mostly American artists participated at the residencies.  Now artists from all over from the world come to work here for few weeks and exhibit their art... [more]

Artist in Residence Studios Program @ Root Division  
Posted 2/3/09

Artist in Residence Studios Program at Root Division:Studio Space, Peer Community, and Professional OpportunitiesDEADLINE FOR THIS CALL: Tuesday, February 17, 2009Root Division is an arts and arts education non-profit that promotes creative expression throughout the community. We are currently seeking applicants for our Resident Artist Studios Program based on 17th Street in the Mission. Artists receive studio space at below market rates and valuable professional & creative development opportunities... [more]


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