I-Park, East Haddam, CT (U.S.), is pleased to announce its 2015 Environmental Art Biennale Program, fifth in the series. It will consist of a 3-week on-site residency during which a variety of site-responsive, ephemeral works will be created and installed within the I-Park landscape. The program will culminate in a public exhibition on September 20, 2015. Artists working in all the creative disciplines supported by I-Park’s Artists-in-Residence Program, plus performance art, are welcome and encouraged to apply: visual arts including environmental sculpture and moving image, architecture, sound art/installation, inter- and multi-disciplinary practice, language arts and landscape/garden/ecological design. Between 12 and 15 artists will be selected for this curated residency and exhibition. A stipend of between $2,200 and $3,000 will be awarded to each artist or collaborating team, depending on their particular travel circumstances. Application Deadline: March 9, 2015. Application fee: $30 (U.S.). Program and application materials are available at http://www.i-park.org/special-programs/2015-environmental-art-program. Contact: Leslie Wolf, firstname.lastname@example.org, 860-873-2468.
Application Deadline: February 2, 2015
I-Park, located in rural East Haddam, CT (U.S.), announces its 2015 multi-disciplinary artists-in-residence program. The program is open to landscape, garden and ecological designers looking to expand and enrich their creative practice in a retreat-like, collegial setting – in the company of visual artists, music composers, writers and architects. Self-directed residencies will be offered from May through November, 2015. Most residencies are 4-weeks in duration, though split (2-week) sessions can occasionally be arranged to accommodate busy career schedules. International applicants are welcome.
I-Park provides comfortable, private living quarters in an 1850’s era farmhouse, a private studio space and a food program. In addition to attentive staff support, shared workshop space and an array of tools, equipment and site materials are available on request.
While the typical residency revolves around studio work, those wishing to undertake aesthetic interventions and conceptual investigations in nature will have broad access to I-Park’s expansive landscape.
Work samples are evaluated through a competitive, juried process. A $30 application fee helps defray the cost of the independent selection panel. Accepted designers are responsible for their own work materials as well as transportation to and from the area. The program is otherwise offered at no cost to invitees.
There will also be a special Environmental Art Program in September, 2015 (residency and exhibition) for which landscape/garden/ecological design proposals will be solicited – details to be announced.
Program details, application form and comprehensive FAQ are available online at www.i-park.org. For more information, contact Leslie Wolf, Residency Program Manager at email@example.com or 860-873-2468.