- Opportunity Type
- Calls for Artists
- Atlanta, GA
- Oct 9, 2019
- Oct 15, 2019
TCP seeks applicants for its Artist-in-Studio Residency program
2020 Applications DUE OCTOBER 15th 2019 11:59 PM
Artist-in-Studio RESIDENCY | LONG TERM studio space (2020-2022)
TCP is dedicated to supporting the day-to-day lives of creative individuals. Understanding the financial stresses associated with pursuing a career in the arts, it is our mission to offer creatives various levels of support while nurturing the arts ecosystem through arts education service. READ MORE HERE.
TCP’s Artist-in-Studio residency will provide a minimum of 6 Atlanta Based visual artists with long term studio spaces and exhibition opportunities for a 2 year cycle which will begin Jan 2020. In exchange, each of the selected artists will complete arts based community outreach. This program is made possible by The Goat Farm Arts Center and Tribridge Residential.
You give your time and we give you space as you become part of our team of creative change agents.
Note: Each applicant must be able to commit to a maximum of three hours of outreach per week (12 hours/month)
Alternates will also be accepted, to fill openings that come up during the residency.
"Looking at this image feels like forever'ago... (october 2015) i was just four months or so into my first ever official outside my living room studio. when TCP contacted me that i had gotten into the program i cried, right there in the middle of bath & body works in peachtree city. it was validation and acceptance and claiming space for creative black women all rolled up into one. being at the @thegoatfarm was a dream fulfilled as i had visited so many other fellow artist's spaces there all the while desiring to be there too. @creativespro ushered in several opportunities for my body of work to be seen... one major included mural work for @afropunk… it was hands down one of my most valued moments in my creative career... on top of having two-years of free studio space. long story short apply. apply because you believe in your work, because you love to give back to your community, because you desire to be connected with mentors and dope opportunities - Shanequa Gay