Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Residency

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The Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute School of Art Artists-in-Residence Program consists of two emerging artists from different disciplines recruited via an open call to live and work on the MWPAI/PrattMWP campus in Utica,NY for one academic year. The program is designed for emerging artists and/or recent MFA graduates in the visual arts to gain teaching experience within the School of Art’s non-credit program while developing their studio practice. Artists receive support by being provided with housing,studio,meals,professional Opportunity,and a stipend of $2,500. MWPAI is calling for two artists that would benefit from focused studio time and an interest in teaching; Video Artists and Communications Design Artists (ie: Graphic Design,Illustration) working in a studio environment. Graphic artist applicants whose work experiments with or bridges design and fine art are encouraged.

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Expires: March 10, 2016


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