The Artist in Residence Program at the Gretchen Schuette Art Gallery offers a single artist or a group of up to three artists the use of the gallery space as an art studio over the summer months (mid June through August) and an exhibition during the following academic year. Artists gain access to various Art Program equipment such as kilns, still life props, and printing presses. In exchange for the studio space and exhibition, the artist “gives back” by offering two public educational programs (such as slide lectures, open visitor hours, or workshops) during their residency and/or participates in other activities as agreed upon mutually with the Chemeketa Community College Art Program.
Eligible disciplines include drawing, painting (low toxicity), sculpture, installation, video, photography, ceramics, glass (kiln casting, fusing and slumping or stained glass) and printmaking (low toxicity).
No stipend or financial support is available. Artists provide their own housing, materials, meals and transportation. Artists are expected to work at least 10-20 hours per week.
Deadline for applying: April 15th 2016
For a full description and instructions on how to apply please visit:
Gallery Coordinator Assistant
Gretchen Schuette Gallery
Building 3, Room 122
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