Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill is offering 2 residency Programs, one from 2 weeks to 3 months (Deadline: Open Registration for the November - December). SPRING SESSION: January 15 deadline for March - May) that is designed to provide time and facilities to artists looking for a concentrated creative experience.
Our goal is to give driven and self-directed artists the opportunity to enhance their personal, intellectual and creative growth by expanding their body of work or creating a specific project. Free from the distractions of every day pressures, residents will be given time and space to concentrate on their work in the beautiful setting of Cape Cod and will be awarded a shared exhibition in the Castle Hill gallery upon completion of their stay.
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Today!
Submissions for the Residency for March, April, May or October, November, December on a rolling basis. First come, first serve.
Application fee: $25.00
This residency and master class will provide you a studio, access to a complete printmaking shop, encaustic facility and living quarters surrounded by the beauty of Cape Cod in August/September. The program will be limited to only 8 participants and will be subject to a portfolio submission process.
The price of this residency is $3,200, which includes housing, shared studio & Masterclass with Michael David.
This residency and master class will provide you a studio, and living quarters surrounded by the beauty of Cape Cod in A. The program will be limited to only 8 participants and will be subject to a portfolio submission process.
The goal of this hybrid master class/residency will provide you the time to focus on your work away from the distractions of day-to-day routines and to participate in the shared energy of like-minded artists as you take your work to new levels and prepare for exhibition opportunities
This master class residency will be unique in that the timing ends with the 14th International Encaustic Conference offers ! The work created at the residency will also result in an exhibition that opens during the Conference Kick off on Thursday May 28 before the conference.
Michael David will work with you via Skype or phone for two hour long sessions (email as needed) prior to your arriving at the residency. This will allow Michael to gain a better understanding of you, your work and goals to maximize your experience. He will also be available on a consistent basis for dialogue about your work during the time in Truro, with the artwork produced being part of a final exhibition.
Focusing on your existing bodies of work and developing an increased understanding of how critical thinking , through digital presentations, one one meetings and the shared energy of your fellow residents will deepen and help you take your studio practice to next level.
Michael David A Guggenheim Fellow has been exhibiting internationally since 1981, first with the Historical Sidney Janis and then with M. Knodler & Co. for over two decades. Exhibiting widely throughout the United States for 30 years, and has been the subject of much historical and curatorial acclaim. His work is included in the permanent public collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Guggenheim Museum in New York, The Brooklyn Museum in New York, The Houston Museum of Contemporary Art, the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and subject of a one -person exhibition at Aspen Museum of Art . Over the last decade David established the Fine Arts Workshop in Atlanta , working with artists on an immersive one to one basis helping artists to develop their voice and professional practices, helping artists find exhibition opportunities and helping them prepare to take their individual expressions to the next level, while expanding this part of this practice to include residencies and workshops in Dallas Texas, Truro Ma and Brooklyn .
Over the last five years David established, Directed and Curated two of the most successful Galleries in Brooklyn; Life On Mars and M. David & Co.
These works will be installed at Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill, Edgewood Farms, the Highland House Museum, and the Cobb Archive throughout the summer.
We are seeking three-dimensional artwork that can be installed outdoors. Work may be made of wood, metal, and other materials that will withstand the elements for several months. We’re looking for sculptural pieces that express a response to this historic time and its aftermath. Work does not need to reference specific historic details.
Please submit this form Sculpture Call
Due: April 15th, 2020