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Sunday, February 12, 2012

McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC


ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE & AFFILIATE ARTIST PROGRAMS

The Center accepts submissions from emerging, mid-career and senior level artists. Local, regional, national and international artists are all eligible for the Artist-in-Residence Program. Only artists who live within a 50-mile radius of Charlotte are eligible for the Affiliate Artist Program. Former Affiliate Artists and Artists-in-Residence may resubmit; however, priority will be given to artists who have not been awarded residencies. Students may submit materials for these programs, but they must have completed graduation prior to the start of the residency. Please note, the Center does not accept electronic submissions at this time.

http://www.mccollcenter.org/artists-in-residence/submit-materials-for-residency-programs


ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
To be considered for the residency program, please contact Claudia Gonzalez Griffin, Residency and Exhibition Manager via email cgriffin@mccollcenter.org
Residency Dates: Fall: September-November or Winter: January-March
Selection: Artists are selected and notified approximately one year prior to the start of their residency
Stipend: $3,300
Materials Budget: $2,000

ENVIRONMENTAL ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
Deadline: Ongoing
Residency Dates: Vary from several weeks to 3 months
Stipend: $3,300
Materials Budget: Up to $2,000
The community of Charlotte, NC and McColl Center for Visual Art welcomes artists to create works of environmental art in the public domain. This artist residency presents opportunities for established and emerging artists, design professionals and collaborators to create installations that become remedial interventions with the land. Email eair@mccollcenter.org for more information.

CAROLINAS HEALTHCARE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
Deadline: Monday, May 7, 2012
Residency Dates: September 9 – November 26, 2013 or January 6 – March 25, 2014
Notification: Fall 2012
Stipend: $4,000
Materials Budget: $2,000
Each year, in partnership with Carolinas HealthCare (CHC), one artist is selected to develop and create a project in collaboration with the Hospital's Physicians, Staff, Healthcare providers, and/or patients and their families. Previous experience with comparable projects is preferable. The Center and Carolinas HealthCare are looking for artists who can easily adapt to a medical healing environment, are engaged in research and investigation, and are interested in the world as the site, subject, and material of their work

UNC CHARLOTTE ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
Deadline: Monday, May 7, 2012
Residency Dates: January 7 – March 26, 2013
Stipend: $5,300
Materials Budget: Up to $2,000
Each year, in partnership with University of North Carolina at Charlotte's College of Arts and Architecture, one artist is selected by both institutions with the shared goal of sustained interactions with UNC Charlotte students through interdisciplinary collaborative projects, art exhibitions, and innovative educational programming.

GANTT CENTER ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
Deadline: Monday, April 2, 2012
Residency Dates: September 9 – November 26, 2013 or January 7 – March 24, 2014
Notification: Fall 2012
Stipend: $3,300
Materials Budget: $2,000
Each year, two artists are selected to be in residence with the objective of providing meaningful interactions with the community through collaboration, outreach and innovative programming. In partnership with The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African- American Arts + Culture, the Center is looking for artists of color who are inspired by African-American culture, committed to artistic investigation, and are interested in community engagement. AIRs will participate in an exhibition at Gantt Center 6-12 months after the completion of their residency.

GAIL PEACOCK CMS ART TEACHER-IN-RESIDENCE
Deadline: Monday, August 6, 2012
Residency Dates: Winter 2014 Session: January 6 – March 25, 2014
Materials Budget: $2,000
(Open to Art faculty of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools only)
McColl Center for Visual Art/Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is accepting submissions from art teachers in the school system for the CMS Art Teacher-in-Residence. The selected art teacher will be relieved of all teaching responsibilities from January through March 2014 with full pay and benefits to work at an alternative work site in a studio at the Center. In addition to working in proximity to five artists from outside the state and two affiliate artists from the local community, the Art-Teacher-in-Residence has a private studio and access to the extraordinary facilities at the Center.

AFFILIATE ARTIST
Deadline: Monday, November 5, 2012
Residency Dates: April 15 - August 19, 2014 or April 15, 2014 - March 25, 2015
The Affiliate Artist will pay McColl Center for Visual Art a utility and maintenance fee in the sum of $175.00 per month.
Affiliate Artists selected for residencies beginning in April of 2014 will be required to participate in the Center’s signature spring event, Studio Party 14. For this event each artist will design and transform their assigned studio into a creative event space. The night of the event, guests will visit each studio as they dine on a series of tapas. In this event in the past, artists have used a variety of media including fabric, netting, projection and painting directly on the studio walls. 2014 Affiliate Artists will work with the program team and Special Events Manager to develop their theme and plan their studio. Artists will be granted a stipend of $250 to purchase materials. In addition, the Center will provide tables, linens, flowers, and other rentals in each studio as needed. This event also features an art sale of alumni artists. Affiliate Artists are encouraged to have work for sale in their studio the night of the event. Timeline will be announced later.

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