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March 17, 2015

What is the road between a first idea and the launch of a new residency program? In LAUNCH...

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March 13, 2015

Hyde Park Art Center (HPAC) and Project Row Houses have announced 2:2:2 Exchange...

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March 10, 2015

How can residencies bring reimagined relevance, audiences and pathways for future development to...

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March 17, 2015

What is the road between a first idea and the launch of a new residency program? In LAUNCH PAD we are checking in with Emerging Program Institute alums and Emerging Program Members to hear about the challenges, triumphs, and many surprises on the road to launching a residency.

Signal Culture was launched in 2012 by Jason Bernagozzi, Debora Bernagozzi & Hank Rudolph as a residency for experimental media art where innovative artists,...

March 13, 2015

Hyde Park Art Center (HPAC) and Project Row Houses have announced 2:2:2 Exchange - a new program that will facilitate an interchange between two artists. In the first year of the program, Houston-based artist Rosine Kouamen will participate in a residency at Hyde Park Art Center and Chicago-based artist Maria Gaspar will travel to Project Row Houses. The residencies will be staggered, with each artist acting as a guide and connector for the other. The exchange aims to...

March 10, 2015

How can residencies bring reimagined relevance, audiences and pathways for future development to historic properties? How do residencies that are embedded in public spaces support artists in open-ended creative inquiry, while also serving an institution’s public mission and engagement in important social themes?

Using the recent work with Pond Farm as a lens, AAC Executive Director Caitlin Strokosch takes on these questions in the Winter issue of the...

March 02, 2015


The Call for Content for the Alliance of Artists Communities' 2015 Conference is officially open! Join us in one of the most artist-centered cities in the U.S. as we explore ways in which we can advance today's artists - and their role in developing healthy, vibrant, engaged communities. The 2015 Conference will bring together arts leaders, funders, policy-makers, board members, educators, and artists from...

February 09, 2015

Rhode Island composers Shawn Greenlee, Bevin Kelley and Peter Bussigel have been awarded $25,000 fellowships by the Rhode Island Foundation through the Robert and Margaret MacColl Johnson Fellowship Fund. The program is considered to be one of the largest no-strings-attached awards available to composers in the United States. The Alliance of Artists Communities has managed the application and selection for the awards since 2011.

The fund provides three artistic fellowships each year,...