Temporary Artist Residency Training and Workshops
ARTWorks is a one-year professional development fellowship program at the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning that serves emerging and under-represented artists in New York City — especially in the borough of Queens. Commencing each October and concluding in September of the following year, ARTWorks offers cultural entrepreneurship training and the making of new work through a hands-on practicum, educational seminars, opportunities for mentorship with established working artists and cultural leaders, and sustained access to studio facilities.
Artists are selected through an open call, are evaluated through a panel process during the late spring and early summer, and finalists are organized into two categories:
Two artists receiving $10,000 in support, full-time access to a studio at the Jamaica Art Center (JAC), and immersion in the ARTWorks Seminar Series. The Resident Fellows’ experience culminates in a curated two-person exhibit at JAC and inclusion in the ARTWorks catalog.
Ten artists receiving $500 in support, invitations to join the ARTWorks Seminar Series, some studio time, a group show at JAC, plus inclusion in the ARTWorks catalog.
ARTWorks’ goal is to provide each Fellow with the artistic and professional knowledge to achieve a successful, self-fulfilling arts career within a well-defined and competitive global marketplace. The program is made possible by the generous support of the Jerome Foundation.
Detailed info: cal.org/artworks-2020
Job Categories: Call for Artists!. Job Types: Temporary. Job Tags: artist, arts, arts center, arts education, call for artists, and exhibition. States: New York.
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