CALL FOR ART – 2020 Artist In Residence (Deadline extended to June 22)

  • Posted on June 5, 2020

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The 2020 Artist in Residence Program will provide professional studio space for approximately 6 months at Golden Belt Campus in downtown Durham, a $1,000 stipend, regular support from and access to DAG’s professional resources and networks, and an exhibition at the DAG Gallery at Golden Belt for one selected artist.

“My residency with Durham Art Guild gave me space to think clearly and critically about my work and what my focus is.”
                           -Jade Wilson, 2019 Artist in Residence Program (pictured above)

SCHEDULE UPDATES
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2020 by 11:59pm (Now extended to June 22)
Notification of acceptance: June 22, 2020 (Now extended to early July)
Studio move-in: July 1 – 3, 2020 with some flexibility needed as we implement new protocols for operating and/or if we need to delay move-in until later July or August in accordance with government regulations
Exhibition install window: January 4 – 6, 2021
Exhibition dates: January 7 – February 2, 2021
Public reception for exhibit during Third Friday Durham: January 15, 2121
Studio move-out dates: January 4 – 8, 2021
Exhibit de-install window: February 3 or 4, 2021

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PANEL
Jade Wilson, Photographer, Durham Art Guild 2019 Resident Artist
Cicely E. Mitchell, Dr. PH, CEO, So When Do I Clap? and Artistic Director, SummerStage at Golden Belt
Jesse Huddleston, Program Educator, Nasher Teens, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University.

Please be sure to read through the full call for art document with additional info and submission details linked via the button below. If you have additional questions about this opportunity contact outreach@durhamartguild.org.

FOR THE COMPLETE CALL FOR ART – CLICK HERE
FOR THE DIRECT LINK TO THE SUBMISSION SITE – CLICK HERE

Featured graphic, at top, includes images from 2020 Resident Artist Jade Wilson’s opening reception for ‘Trigger Warning,’ which was their
residency culminating exhibition. These images are courtesy of Chris Charles.