ArtCenter/South Florida Residency

Website: http://www.artcentersf.org/mfu-miami/

The MFU: MIAMI is the pilot semester of ArtCenter/South Florida’s Fellowship Program. The program provides residents interested in working outside traditional disciplinary boundaries with the resources, time, and feedback to develop programs and courses that will be taught in future iterations of ArtCenter’s Program for Applied Artistic Research. For this pilot semester, which runs from February-May 2017, selected fellows will take part in BHQFU’s MFU: Miami Seminar. Led by BHQFU faculty and visiting guests, this seminar will examine contemporary art and art education. The 12-week residency offers a stipend of $3750, travel expenses, and live/work housing at ArtCenter/Downtown Miami. This program welcomes applications from visual artists, curators, researchers, writers, performers, and musicians at any stage in their career.

Expires: December 15, 2016


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