Shelter in Place (SiP) digital residency program is looking for visual artists who identify as activism and community organizers for a 6 week digital artist residency. This residency is an opportunity for community organizers and activists to come together as artists to support each other’s growth in the studio and to support the larger work of building power and liberation.
2020 Residency Dates: June 22 – July 31
Applications are due by 11:59 pm EST on Friday, June 12, 2020.
SiP Online Residency offers 6 weeks of:
Peer to peer support and feedback
SiP artists presentations
Online pop-up shows
Community discussions on building power, solidarity economics and studio practices.
Application Process and Selection
Application deadline is June 12th, all applicants will be notified by Tuesday, June 16th.
Experience in Community Organizing or activism
Practicing Visual Artist, (Any medium)
Availability to engage in weekly online events
This residency prioritizes Southern artists but is open to all artists of any region.
6-8 artists will be selected for this first residency with the goal of opening it to more artists in future iterations.
More information is available at www.shelterinplace.art.