Field stations and marine labs with a current or proposed artist residency should seriously consider attending this AAC training, which
"...combines best practices from the arts-and-cultural sector with specific, hands-on information about artist residencies."Held October 13-15, 2018 in Philadelphia, PA, "this training combines best practices from the arts-and-cultural sector with specific, hands-on information about artists' residencies.
Whether you are still in the early dreaming stage of creating an artist colony or working with an established institution that is developing a new residency program, the Emerging Program Institute will offer models for success, a community of peers, and access to residency leaders, funders, and connectors. #aac18epi
- community engagement and the relevance of place
- building a support base and funding your program
- equity and access in artist outreach, engagement and selection
- business planning for artist residencies
- "ask an expert" panels of residency leaders, artists and government funders
- case studies, site visits - and more!
PLEASE NOTE: We cap attendance at 50 people to keep the program participatory and accessible. This Institute sells out every year, so we encourage you to register early to secure your spot! Registration opens in June."
Additionally, the training is held just before the 2018 Alliance of Artist Communities annual conference in Philadelphia, so you can plan to attend that event as well, to make connections that will benefit your program.
While I didn’t finish the first skectchnote (there was so much to learn and it went so fast), here you can see how two of my digital sketchnotes came to be last week at the Alliance of Artist Communities conference in Denver. #aac17conf #digitalsketchnotes #sketchnotes #ipadpro #adobedraw #applepencil #instavideo #videogram #digitaldrawing #timelapse