Shortlist for the Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency
We are pleased to announce our shortlist for the Summer 2015 residency. The candidates will be interviewed this coming week and the selected resident will be announced at the beginning of June. Thank you to everyone who applied, this was an exceptionally competitive round.
All applications were considered and discussed at length amongst our panel and even if you did not make it this time, we encourage you to apply next time as each round is judged on the merits of the proposal.
The Georgia Fee Artist|Writer Winter Residency Shortlist:
|Jessica Lynne, Arts Writer / Curator|
|Dena Al-Adeeb, Artist / Writer|
|Rachel Valinsky, Writer / Curator|
|Laura McLean-Ferris, Writer / Curator|
|Tina Tahir, Visual Artist|
|Noa P. Kaplan, Visual Artist|
|Gray Wielebinski, Visual Artist|
|Arturo Herrera, Visual Artist|
|Nellie Appleby, Visual Artist|
|Pamm Hong, Visual Artist / Designer|
|Lara Atallah, Visual Artist|
|Narda Alvarado, Visual Artist, Researcher|
The Georgia Fee Artist/Writer Residency was established in memory of ArtSlant's Founder who passed away December 8th, 2012. Georgia was dedicated to supporting and investing in young artists and writers, and she had a deep connection with the city of Paris. This residency, which offers artists and writers the opportunity to create work in Paris, has been created in Georgia's memory.
The goal of the Georgia Fee Artist/Writer Residency in Paris is to support and invest in emerging artists and writers, to provide an opportunity for them to advance their work and explore and engage with the cultural landscape of Paris, to encourage experimentation, and to increase exposure of their work to an international audience.
The Residency is open to visual artists of all mediums, art writers and critics, 24 years or older. Recent graduates are especially encouraged to apply. The selection will be made based on the merit of past work and the potential for future success, the ability to independently develop new work, and the proposed project's relevance to the city of Paris.
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