The New York Mills Minnesota Arts Retreat and Regional Cultural Center (MN), Call for Applicants: Artist in Residence

The New York Mills Minnesota Arts Retreat and Regional Cultural Center (MN), Call for Applicants: Artist in Residence

Deadlines: April 1st, 2018 for residencies July – December 2018

From their call: The Cultural Center in New York Mills Minnesota is now accepting applications for their Artist in Residence Program for July – December 2018. All disciplines (visual, dance, literary, performance) are invited to apply. We provide stays of two to six weeks for artists at NO COST for room (solo occupancy of a one-bedroom bungalow and access to studio space in our Cultural Center). The house is equipped with a queen sized bed, rocking chair, writing desk, drafting table, comfy chairs and more. The kitchen is stocked with dishes, pots and pans, coffee pot, tea pot, etc. Linens and towels are provided as well. The house does not have a computer, television, or car.

Each artist provides her or his own transportation and board. There is no stipend. The residency house is within walking distance to the Cultural Center, restaurants, and stores. There is just one artist at a time here on residency, which supports our focus on providing virtually uninterrupted time for creative development and exploration.

For more detailed information and link to apply: http://www.kulcher.org/programs/artist-retreat/

About: The Cultural Center in New York Mills is nonprofit arts organization and a rural center for creativity, community vitality, and lifelong learning in the arts. We are passionate about what happens when people are connected to artists and to great cultural experiences. We work to expand the cultural and creative opportunities of rural Americans by offering innovative, quality arts programming. Housed in a restored 1885 general store (including added skylights for natural lighting), the Center boasts a main floor gallery and artist gift store, plus a small second floor gallery and large dance/studio space. Visiting artists are welcome to use the upstairs space during their residencies.

 

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