APPLY FOR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE : Stipend and Travel expense included

Mc Coll Center for Visual Arts at Charlotte North Carolina, USA, accepts applications from emerging, mid-career and senior level artists. Local, regional, national and international artists are all eligible for the Artist-in-Residence Program. Students may apply for these programs, but they must have completed graduation prior to the start of the residency. Please note, the Center does not accept electronic submissions at this time.
ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE
To be considered for the residency program, please contact Ce Scott, Creative Director via email cscott@mccollcenter.org
Residency Dates: Fall: September-November or Winter: January-March each approximately 11-12 weeks
Selection: Artists are selected and notified approximately one year prior to the start of their residency
Stipend: $3,300
Materials Budget: $2,000
Click here for a description of the program
ELIGIBILITY
The residency program is open to emerging, mid-career and senior level. Artists may be
formally trained or self-taught. Alumni may re-apply; however artists who have not yet
participated in McColl Center for Visual Arts’ residency programs will be given priority. Students
may apply, but may not be actively enrolled in classes during start of the residency period.
Affiliate Artist residency programs are for artists living in Charlotte within a 50 mile radius. The
Artist-in-Residence program is open to local, regional, national and international artists.
SELECTION PROCESS
Selections are made by artists, Artists-in-Residence/Affiliate Artist Alumni, curators, educators
or other Arts professionals, and/or CMS or Carolinas Healthcare staff. Artists are selected based
on the quality of their work, written narrative and an interest in participating in a stimulating
and creative environment.
The schedule for the Selection panels is listed below:
Affiliate Artist -Selection: November 2012. Notification: December 2012.
Artist-in-Residence -Artists notified 1 year prior to the start of the residency session.

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