Lawrence Arts Center (KS), Call for Applicants: Ceramics and Printmaking Artists-in-Residence, 12-months with stipend
Deadline:: April 15th, 2018
From their call: Our yearlong Ceramics and Printmaking Residency programs are designed to provide a supportive environment for emerging artists to immerse themselves in creating new work and expand on their area of expertise. Ideal candidates should have an MFA in ceramics or printmaking and be able to work independently as well as in a community setting. Preference is given to candidates who have demonstrated artistic excellence as well as interest in experimentation and innovative techniques. These year-long residencies begin August 1st, 2018.
– A private studio and 24-hour access to all studios (ceramic, print, digital media, metals, photo, drawing studios, and a wood shop) and studio equipment
– $1,000 per month stipend
– Housing for one year. House is furnished and shared with other year-round artists-in-residence and short term visiting artists
– $1000 per year in dental care
– $1000 honorarium to attend a professional conference
– An exhibition of new work
– Additional teaching and other opportunities for extra income are available
– Teach a minimum of two classes per session x 4 sessions = 8 classes per year
– Work 15 hours/week on studio upkeep (ceramics or printmaking)
– Community outreach in the form of presentations, workshops, and events
More information and access to application process can be found at: http://lawrenceartscenter.org/artist-resources/residencies/
About: The Lawrence Arts Center is a public and private partnership, a regional center for visual and performing arts, contemporary exhibitions, film, and lectures. These programs are complemented by fully developed curricula in ballet and modern dance, theater performance, and visual arts. The Arts Center employs over 120 teaching artists whose courses observe Kennedy Center standards for visual and performing arts. 10,000 students take courses annually, and the Arts Center greets over 200,000 visitors each year.