Over the weekend I was away in DC (shout out to Chicago for being way cooler) and was inundated with residency info by a certain email happy Canadian. With the world aflutter of the upcoming BOLT and PLAND residencies, as well as the impending Ox-Bow, ACRE, and scores of other residency applications, we gonâ€™ two part this mother. So lets do this. Break down below and as always, good luck!
The nearly impossible to get into but is super badass and you should try anyway BOLT residency is now accepting applications with new subsidized studio rates (thanks to the Andy Warhol Foundation.)
From the website:
BOLT Residency is a highly competitive, juried, one-year artist studio residency program offering artists the opportunity to engage the Chicago arts community and its public in critical dialogue about contemporary art. Â Located at the Chicago Artistsâ€™ Coalitionâ€™s (CAC) 8,000 sq ft West Loop facility, BOLT provides workspace, creative community, exhibition opportunities and professional development for Chicago-based, contemporary artists.
To apply you need to:
Complete online form
Provide 5-10 Work Samples
Pay non-refundable, $25 application fee.
Complete info available here.
PLAND, short for Planned Liberating Art through Necessary Dislocation, is the zen cousin of BOLT. Where BOLT is a city dwellinâ€™, PLAND is rural New Mexican. There is no formal application, interview and anxiety process, only love. You also have options… are you more of a two to four week resident applicant? Or a Building or Special Projects program person?
From my trusty Phone Book guide:
Part Alternative school, part laboratory, part homestead, part art studio, PLAND is an active solution for merging art and life.
APPLICATIONS DUE MARCH 15 at email@example.com
Complete info available at www.itspland.org
pppssssttttt — if you have any opportunities you’d like to share, you can always tweet us @badatsports, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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