Learn about artist residencies, here in Minnesota and elsewhere in the world.
There are lots of options for artists seeking to take a little bit of time to get away for a bit and make some work. There also many opportunities to work within both small and large institutions, in your neighborhood and your larger community. Learn about the hundreds of local and global residency opportunities available to artists of all kinds and every career stage, from a panel of artists and artist residency coordinators — from how to apply to how to create your own opportunities.
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Location: Walker Library, 2880 Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN (map)
Presenters: Alexis Stiteler and Alanah Luger Guillaume (co-founders, The White Page gallery and residency program), Charles Matson Lume (Professor of Art, University of Wisconsin-Stout), Greta McLain (community muralist and public artist) and Amanda Dobbratz (Web & Communications Associate and Anonymous Potter Studio Fellow, Northern Clay Center). Moderated by Andy Sturdevant, Springboard for the Arts
Tuition: Free. This project is funded by a grant to the Hennepin County Libraries from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.