McColl Center Artist-in-Residence Program

Website: http://mccollcenter.org/artists-in-residence/residency-programs

McColl Center in Charlotte, NC, USA annually awards residencies to approximately eighteen artists. The Artist-in-Residence Program is open to artists working in architecture, drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, new media, design, music, theatre, social practice, community organizing, urban agriculture, culinary arts, or interdisciplinary practices. Special attention is given to applicants whose work poses urgent questions about society or promotes civic consciousness and reciprocal exchange with community members. Residencies vary in length, from one to three months, in the fall and spring seasons. The residency provides a $6,000 living allowance, $2,000 materials stipend, accommodation and workspace. There is a $35 application fee.

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Expires: November 15, 2017


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