residencies

INDIGENOUS ARTISTS (residency, August 20) by Bear Guerra

Via International Studio & Curatorial Program:

“ Indigenous artists: "ISCP invites professional artists who are First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples to apply for a six-month residency at iscp - International Studio & Curatorial Program in New York City.

An International Program residency at ISCP is typically three to six months, although artists and curators can apply for up to one year. While in the International Program, all residents are invited to participate in a number of activities in and outside of ISCP including the four core program activities: Visiting Critics, Field Trips, Artists and Work and Open Studios."

DEADLINE: August 20.

https://iscp-nyc.org/residency-programs

EMERGING AND ESTABLISHED WRITERS (residency, August 21) by Bear Guerra

Via Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity:

“This self-directed residency offers the opportunity to work away from the constraints of everyday life. Delve deep into your creative project and take advantage of the artistic community of your peers around you. The program provides opportunities for consultations with guest mentors, and optional group sessions led by guest mentors that allow writers to explore literary tools, aspects, and devices that you may find useful in your practice.

You may also sign up for additional walks and day trips within Banff National Park as well as campus-wide activities organized by our Participant Resources team.

This flexible program allows you to choose the amount of support you are looking for. All program elements are optional. Participants can request to extend their stay. Mentorship will not be offered during extended stays. These requests will be approved based on availability of accommodation (additional room and meal fees will apply).”

DEADLINE: August 21.

https://www.banffcentre.ca/programs/late-fall-writers-retreat/20191202?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=2019-q1-programs-literary-arts-late-fall-writers-retreat&fbclid=IwAR2TPbZz8-glwZhPzMUiVphSbYOqzcjGj-vZgk3_MUJ-p5Lpt1YL7RbiEkk

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VISUAL ARTISTS (residency, September 4) by Bear Guerra

Via Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity:

“The Banff Artist in Residence program is designed for visual artists to focus on their own practice in a supportive learning environment. Participants are encouraged to explore new ideas, create, self-direct their research and time, and cultivate new directions in their work — all while surrounded by a community of peers within Banff Centre’s spectacular mountain setting.

The program encourages experimentation and risk-taking, via access to shared production facilities and knowledgeable staff who are available to provide technical support and assistance.* Participants may attend talks, exhibitions, and performances by world-renowned visiting artists as well as receive studio visits from program guest faculty. In addition, participants have the opportunity to build connections, create networks, collaborate, and share their work with other artists-in-residence and the public.”

DEADLINE: September 4.

https://www.banffcentre.ca/programs/banff-artist-residence-winter-2020/20200106?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=2019-q2-programs-arts-bair-winter-2020&utm_content=post&fbclid=IwAR0AdBqujUUg5f_T5vNfV4uA5O91HWFAmJp4D3kPPu5DIeJO0m7q2Xcx2nw

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PUBLIC PRACTICE ARTISTS, STORYTELLERS (residency, August 9) by Bear Guerra

Via Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society:

“The annual Artist in Residence program furthers our work in Othering and Belonging and integrates with the Institute's focus on arts and culture as a primary way to advance our collective vision of inclusion. 

Belonging is deeply ontological—it speaks to who we are and who we can be. We recognize that stories, symbols, relationships, and rituals are central to a sense of belonging. They also motivate, frame, and ground the systems, political parties, laws, and actions that either advance belonging or enforce othering. 

We are looking for work from the Artist in Residence that seeks to advance and expand our concept of belonging at the nexus of being human and the systems and structures that operationalize structural inclusion. 

The residency supports artists to deepen their practice. The chosen artist’s project and process will illuminate and advance our understanding of belonging in new and complex ways. In particular, we are interested in works that explore practices of dialogue and engage a broad audience through process and/or outcomes. The Artist in Residence will be selected by a diverse group of public artists, advocates, and partners from the Haas Institute and its network. While the residency may be combined with existing or ongoing projects, we do expect discrete activities and/or outcomes that are generated through the relationship to the Institute and the guiding frameworks of the residency.”

DEADLINE: August 9.

https://haasinstitute.berkeley.edu/air?mc_cid=dae609e6f1&mc_eid=1bf07a6fe6

JOURNALISTS SEEKING REFUGE OR FACING PERSECUTION (residency) by Bear Guerra

Via Reporters Without Borders:

Reporters Without Borders Germany, in cooperation with taz Panter Foundation, will host one journalist September to November 2019, another one March to May 2020 and a third one April to June 2020. 

The Rest and Refuge Scholarship will cover travel expenses, an apartment, pocket money and transportation in Berlin.

Participants must be able to communicate in basic English or German. They must have the intention to return to their country after the fellowship.”

DEADLINE: June 16.

https://www.reporter-ohne-grenzen.de/hilfe-schutz/stipendien/auszeit-stipendium/

LONGFORM WRITERS, PODCASTERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS (residency) by Bear Guerra

Via Carey Institute for Global Good:

“Founded in 2015, the Logan Nonfiction Program directly supports nonfiction writers, documentary filmmakers, photojournalists and multimedia creators so they can tell the stories that matter. Our fellows are dedicated to bravely revealing inequality, illuminating untold truths and investigating the most pressing issues of the day through long-form narrative.

Ultimately, the Logan Nonfiction Program helps to equip citizens with the information they need to lead constructive discourse and create sustainable change in our world.”

DEADLINE: June 15.

http://careyinstitute.org/programs/nonfiction/nonfiction-fellowship/


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YOUNG DOCUMENTARY ARTISTS OF COLOR (year-long residency) by Bear Guerra

Via Center for Documentary Studies:

“As part of a strategic priority to diversify the documentary field, the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) at Duke University invites applications from young people of color (ages 18–24) from groups underrepresented in the documentary arts who are not in school full-time for a twelve-month, full-time Emerging Documentary Artist (EDA) position, to begin on July 1, 2019. The position is part of CDS’s Documentary Diversity Project (DDP), a three-year pilot program whose goal is to build pathways for more people of color to engage with the documentary arts—photography, film, video, writing, audio, experimental and new media—and to become nonfiction storytellers, gatekeepers, and critical consumers; to support their achievements; and to promote their work. The pilot is made possible, in part, by a grant from the William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust.”

DEADLINE: April 22.

https://documentarystudies.duke.edu/jobs-opportunities#ddp-eda

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