This 12-day residency provides a brave space for 6 emerging Black, Indigenous, Latinx, AAPI, SWANA-Arab American, and artists of color from different disciplines to balance personal work-time with community interaction and optional sharing of work or performance, as well as time for play and rejuvenation - all in support of each artist’s goals, needs and interests.
This residency is open only to residents of Minnesota.
Lodging is provided; in addition, each artist receives a $1000 stipend; mileage reimbursement for travel in Minnesota; and a welcome meal on the first night. Artists purchase food and prepare their other meals; there are fully-equipped kitchens in each cabin; sheets, bedding and towels are also provided.
Programming activities are made possible in part by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
The dramaturgical assistance of TLC Director and Dramaturg Liz Engelman is available, if desired.
Residency Experience Summary
This residency is only available to full-time residents of Minnesota.
This residency provides lodging in a private room in a northwoods cabin with electricity, fully equipped kitchen and bathroom facilities, linens provided; it does not provide food/meals. It provides a $1000 stipend to each artist and reimburses mileage costs for travel in Minnesota. No additional fees will be charged to the artist.
This residency provides a $1000 stipend to each artist and reimburses mileage costs for travel in Minnesota.