Residency 108

Website: http://www.residency108.org

Residency 108 are seeking applications to their 4 week long residency occurring 30 April – 28 May 2018, located in Claremont (NY, USA).  It is open to emerging and established artists of any age, working alone or collaborating in groups of up to three people, with no geographical restrictions. They are particularly interested in practices that engage with landscape, ecology, and or projects that employ historical or first-hand research of the 108 site.  The residency is free and on-site accommodation is provided, however travel and material expenses must be provided by the artist.

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Expires: February 26, 2018


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