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November 14, 2014

The Alliance of Artists Communities is honored to welcome five new members to its Board of...

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November 10, 2014

The Alliance of Artists Communities is pleased to announce the inaugural awardees for “...

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November 14, 2014

The Alliance of Artists Communities is honored to welcome five new members to its Board of Trustees, voted on by the Alliance's Organizational Membership in September, 2014: Melissa Franklin, Director of Pew Fellowships in the Arts, The Pew Center for Arts + Heritage; Gia Hamilton, Director, Joan Mitchell Center; Lisa Hoffman, Associate Director, McColl Center for Art + Innovation; Brad Kik, Co-Director, Institute for...

November 10, 2014

The Alliance of Artists Communities is pleased to announce the inaugural awardees for “Artists as Change Agents: Beyond Bellagio”.  The two exceptional artists are Tiziana Panizza from Santiago, Chile, for her project Solitary Land; and Samir Parker...

November 06, 2014

The Rasmuson Foundation has announced the selection of four artists from Alaska who will each spend eight weeks in residence at acclaimed Lower 48 arts organizations as part of the 2015 Rasmuson Artist Residency Program.

The Foundation launched the Artist Residency Program in 2013, to support the creative growth of Alaska’s artists and arts organizations, expose Alaskans to new work and the creative...

October 15, 2014

The Sustainable Arts Foundation has announced a two year continuation of their Residency Grant program, following a successful pilot program. The program, launched in 2013, was designed to encourage artist and writer residencies to make their programs more accessible to artists and writers with children. Over the two year pilot thirty organizations received funding for a range of projects - from minor physical...

September 06, 2014

The Millay Colony for the Arts has taken a dramatic step to increase access to its programs by adding a second annual application deadline. Artists may now apply in October for the first half of the residency season and in March for the second half.

“This will give artists more options for applying,” said Executive Director Caroline Crumpacker. “Also, the deadlines will be closer to the months an accepted artist would attend. Now there won’t have to be a long lead time between...