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Peter Bullough Foundation Fall 2024 Artist Residency
February 22, 2024
The Peter Bullough Foundation provides fall and spring residencies to emerging artists and scholars with diverse backgrounds and interests. A residency is a radical, experimental community of trust; we seek to create a space that elevates voices that have been historically underserved, including those of the LGBTQIA2S+ community.
The ideal applicant will be self-directed, motivated, able to work independently, and interested in engaging with the local community. Each awarded residency period is roughly 4 weeks long and is shared with 1-2 other artists in residence, making it a very intimate experience. Artistic collaborators in groups of 2-3 may apply in one application.
March 1, 2024
The selected artist will be required to lead the following activities during the residency from August 3rd through 24th, 2024:
Artist Lecture Presentation (1 hour), Open Studio Hours for up to two hours per day during gallery hours (Tuesday-Saturday from 11-5pm), 1-2 visits by local students, 2 multi-part workshops.
The selected artist shall receive studio space, a per diem for food, and reimbursement of qualified travel expenses. Artist is responsible for securing their own housing.
Collide Copenhagen International Residency
March 4, 2024
Arts at CERN and Copenhagen Contemporary welcome proposals for the second edition of Collide Copenhagen. Artists and collectives from any country are invited to submit their proposals for a fully-funded two-month residency shared between CERN in Geneva and Copenhagen Contemporary.
The selected artist will devote this period to artistic research and exploration, in dialogue with physicists, engineers, and laboratory staff. After the residency, a development phase will follow, during which the artist will define and produce an artwork to be included in an exhibition at CC in 2025. Throughout this journey, artists will receive curatorial support from the Geneva and Copenhagen teams.
Collide is a unique opportunity for artists working in the crossovers between art, science and technology, who are interested in engaging with the vibrant communities of CERN and Copenhagen. The call invites applications that explore the profound impact of advanced technologies and novel scientific models on contemporary culture.
Artspace Summer Artist Residency
March 11, 2024
This month-long residency provides funding, studio space, and professional support for a national artist to produce a solo exhibition immediately following the residency at Artspace. A unique aspect of the residency is that the artist uses the exhibition space as their studio during the residency period. Stipend of $2000, and an additional housing stipend for artists coming from outside the Triangle.
Residency: July 1-28, 2024
Exhibition: August 2-September 29, 2024
Al & Mickey Quinlan Artist Residency
Sturgeon Bay, WI
April 5, 2024
The residency invites artists to Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula to reside for an 8-week period at the Dome House, a familiar structure for many locals. It is a twin-lobed (one side for a residence, the other for a studio) domed concrete structure built into sand dunes abutting Whitefish Dunes State Park situated on the shores of Lake Michigan. It sits on a large, heavily wooded plot of dunes and forest north of Sturgeon Bay in the small lakeside community of Whitefish Bay that provided solitude and inspiration for Albert Quinlan, advertising executive, and accomplished artist, who designed and built the home during the energy crisis of the mid-1970s. The concept for this “earth” home was that built into the earth, it would require minimal heating and cooling. The Quinlan family acquired the building after many years of neglect and changes in ownership and rehabbed it, returning it to a comfortable sanctuary in 2018.
The experience will offer artists a unique respite from day-to-day life and the sights and sounds of nature will serve to recreate the space as a haven for the development of creative work, given the proximity to the parks and surrounding natural areas. The program has been developed in partnership with the Quinlan family and will allow artists to focus in the areas of creative development, fellowship, sense of place, learning, and community. A core component for chosen artists will be the opportunity to develop educational content for the community, including but not limited to, workshops, artist talks, demonstrations/open studio hours, and the production of materials for exhibitions and the Museum’s permanent collection. The resident artist will be expected to actively engage the public through educational outreach for a minimum of 5 hours per week, on or off-site.