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07.18.14 Sophie Weiner

EO1, a venture working in sleek technology for displaying internet art, has announced a program for artists to develop digital works specifically intended for the device. Artists selected for the residency will receive their own EO1, a $500 stipend for their work, and will get to hang out with Electric Objects head of development Jacob Bijani. […]

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01.31.14 Marina Galperina

Bruce High Quality Foundation University is “a learning experiment” that offers free classes to artists and art enthusiasts, from performance and sculpture critique to Brad Troemel’s Chat Room of-/post-internet lecture and discussion sessions. BHQFU is now offering a special artist residency program at their Avenue A loft, for five artists of different disciplines to work […]

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04.23.13 Julia Dawidowicz

Back in its heyday, Paris’s famed Les Bains nightclub hosted the revelries of Kate Moss, Andy Warhol, David Bowie, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and everyone else you’ve ever dreamt of hanging out with. The party was crashed in 2010, when some haphazard renovations led to the club being declared unsafe, and then condemned. The iconic building will regain […]

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Kyle Petreycik

Last week the Park Avenue Armory announced their selection of artists to participate in a residency within their monstrous Upper East Side complex. These residencies were established sometime in 2010 and include space for the research and creation of new works by each respective artist. Artists selected include singer-songwriter Somi, performance artist Okwui Okpokwasili, choreographers Driscoll and Ralph Lemon among […]

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04.15.13 Kyle Petreycik

In case you haven’t already heard, Madison Museum of Fine Art is offering a new Artist in Residence program specifically tailored to artists who lost a home and studio space as a result of Hurricane Sandy. The specifications for the residency seem quite loose, but that’s a good thing! With an ongoing deadline and a duration of “six months, or up […]

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