Adaptions Residency (Due. Apr 22)
New Orleans and the region are frequently invoked as one of the areas most vulnerable to the effects of environmental change. Our highly manipulated landscape can be seen as a microcosm of the global environment, manifesting both the challenges and possibilities inherent in the ways humans interact with urban and natural ecosystems. With nearly half of the world’s population living within 40 miles of a coastline with rising seas, the concerns of Southern Louisiana resonate globally. Adaptations Residencies invite artists to examine how climate driven adaptations – large and small, historic and contemporary, cultural and scientific – shape our future. Adaptations Residencies will provide artists with time, space, scholarship and staff support to foster critical thinking and creation of new works. The call is open to artists of all disciplines who have demonstrated an established dialogue with environmental and culturally related issues and a commitment to seeking and plumbing new depths. We ask artists to describe in detail how the region will affect their work, to propose a public component to their residency and to suggest ways in which they will engage with the local community. Direct questions to Cammie Hill-Prewitt at email@example.com
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS
Proposals are due April 22nd and residencies will be awarded by June 14th, 2019.
Residencies are 6 weeks and will take place between September 2019 and May 2020. Flexibility in your dates is appreciated as we try to accommodate everyone’s schedules.
Visual, musician/composing, performance, literary, new media, and interdisciplinary artists are eligible to apply. Both established and emerging artists may apply, but a rigorous work ethic and demonstrated commitment to public engagement are expected. Artists of color are encouraged to apply and we are particularly interested in receiving applications from indigenous artists. Students are not eligible. Collaborative teams of up to two artists can be in residence, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for instuctions on how to apply as a collaborative team.
A multidisciplinary jury will judge proposals on the following criteria:
The creativeness and integrity of the proposal
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with colleagues and wider audiences
The proposal’s public component and its depth of engagement with the community
Recipients will be provided $2500 as a stipend and $2000 towards materials. Artists will also have the opportunity to work with an external evaluator/ally. Depending on the needs of the project, we may be able to assist artists in accessing Tulane University faculty consultants or research collections. ASITW provides full room and board including food, utilities for living and studio space to selected residents. Residents are expected to cover personal living expenses, additional materials and supplies, and any other expenses relating to the cost of producing work incurred while in the program. Travel and shipping expenses to and from ASITW for the residency are also the responsibility of the artist.
Please review the following guidelines closely and direct any questions to Cammie Hill-Prewitt at email@example.com.
And submit the following on Dropbox:
❑ Proposal of work
❑ Work Samples
❑ Image list/description (optional)
Proposal, resume and work samples should be submitted via Dropbox. Please submit all materials as individual documents in a Dropbox folder. (Note some people have had trouble accessing the free Dropbox level, it is called basic and can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/basic ) “Share” your folder with firstname.lastname@example.org and include link to Dropbox folder in the online application form. Title all files with your name (last name first), the item, and no extraneous spaces or punctuation. For example: LastnameFirstnameApp.doc, LastnameFirstnameResume.doc, LastnameFirstnameWorksample1.jpg. Please format all as PDF, JPG, DOC, or PPT files. Due to their large size, please send audio/video samples as links if possible or contact email@example.com for other submission options.
The proposal should be no more than three pages in length. Topics to address could include:
Start the proposal with a 1-2 sentence synopsis of the proposed project.
What you envision as your ultimate creation/contribution and how you might introduce & present it.
Individuals, groups and/or resources in New Orleans and beyond whom you would like to engage.
How you and your work will interact with the local community.
How will you define “success” for this project and how will you measure it? What are your short-term and long-term goals? We recognize that 6 weeks may be only the beginning of a long-term project.
All residents will work with an evaluator. How do you think this could benefit your process?
Provide a general timeline for the project.
Do you have plans to document the project?
What materials and/or equipment will you require to be successful?
Give an example of a past project(s) that demonstrates your ability to execute this one.
If applying as a collaborative team, please comment on your history working together and how this collaboration is integral to the project you are proposing.
A current resume that includes important or significant publications, awards, or reviews.
10 images, 10 pages or 10 minutes of audio/video. Image List/Sample Description optional.
10 images representative of your most recent work
Image list with title, date, size, media and brief description
Musicians / Composers:
2 sample recordings of your work not to exceed 5 minutes each (excerpts accepted, please identify the selection to be considered)
Scores that accompany the recordings
2 video clips of your performances not to exceed 5 minutes each (excerpts accepted, please identify the selection to be considered)
Script or short description describing your selections
10 page writing sample (excerpts accepted, please identify the selection to be considered)
New Media and Interdisciplinary Artists:
Please review other categories to determine what materials to submit
ASITW does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, disability or national origin.