Book Artist In Residence

Website: http://www.mainemedia.edu/artistinresidence

Maine Media invites applications for its Book Artist in Residence Program. The program is open to emerging and practicing book artists and letterpress printers working on a project that combines words and images. The residency will be for four weeks in October 2016. The Book Artist in Residence will have unlimited access to their book arts studio which is equipped with Vandercook presses and bindery equipment, and is adjacent to their alternative process lab for historic photographic techniques. The residency will include a weekly stipend of $350, materials support up to $500, a travel stipend, local accommodations in Rockport village, and meals on campus.
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Expires: May 6, 2016


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