Art Omi International Art Residency, Ghent, New York for June-July 2012
ART OMI HAS MOVED ITS APPLICATION PROCESS ONLINE!
2012 Residency Dates: Thursday June 21 to Monday July 16
Applications for the 2012 Visual Artists Residency Program are accepted between 12:00 AM (midnight), November 1 & 11:59 PM November 30, 2011, Eastern Standard Time (New York, USA)
Moving the process online will make it easier for artists to apply. Also, Art Omi does not charge a fee to apply!
Please note: if you do not strictly follow our guidelines, your application will be disqualified.
No late applications will be accepted. No exceptions.
Read extremely carefully our guidelines before submitting your application. If something is not clear, write to us before uploading your submission.
Once your submission is uploaded we cannot make any changes to it.
The format of your application MUST conform to the following Application Guidelines.
Application is open to all professional visual artists from all over the world who have been professionally active for at least the past 3 years. Resume must reflect three years of professional experience.
We do not accept applications from currently enrolled students: you must be out of school at the time of the application in order to be eligible.
Please note: having studied art is NOT a requirement: we accept applications from self-taught professional artists.
IMPORTANT: We have instated an alternate year submission policy.
If you applied for the 2011 residency session (application mailed in December 2010) and were not wait listed, (which was communicated to you in writing by email), you must wait a full year cycle before applying again. It means that you cannot apply for the 2012 session, but will be eligible again for the 2013 session.
Art Omi is once in a lifetime opportunity. We do not accept applications from alumni seeking to return.
All applications must be complete. Incomplete applications will be automatically disqualified. It is your responsibility to submit a complete and correct application. We will not notify you about an incorrect or incomplete application.
Artists submitting incomplete, incorrect applications are considered “applications not accepted” which means you will not be able to apply again the following year, due to our alternate year policy.
You must upload the following documents, not zipped in a folder, but individually uploaded:
Your Resume/Curriculum Vitae saved as a WORD document. Document must be titled with your lastname, firstname, resume, with no dots, commas or spacing.
EXAMPLE: jonesmaryresume.pdf or jonesmaryresume.doc.
Documentation of your work:
Six (6) JPEG images, at 72 DPI resolution, maximum total file size for each image: 1 MB. Images must be titled with your lastname, firstname, number, with no commas, dots, or spacing: EXAMPLE: jonesmary1.jpg, jonesmary2.jpg. etcetera.
IMPORTANT: we only accept jpegs. Do not submit: Powerpoint presentations, PDF, TIFF, Gif or PSD files: if you do, or if you send more than 6 images, your application will be disqualified.
Three (3) 1 minute-long video or audio excerpts. Format accepted are: M4A, MP3, MOV.
We review video documentation ONLY for artists whose work is time-based, interactive, web-based, kinetic, film, video, sound, and performance. If you work with installation, site-specific, painting, sculpture and/or drawing, you MUST submit images.
A WORD document with a one page description of the images or video you submitted. Document must be titled: lastname, firstname, description, with no commas, dots, or spacing: EXAMPLE: jonesmarydescription.doc or jonesmarydescriptions.pdf. This document must be a numbered list of the images with title, year, size and medium of work. If needed, a brief (2-3 sentences) description can be included. CAPTION MUST FOLLOW THIS ORDER: TITLE, MATERIAL, SIZE, IN AMERICAN INCHES ONLY, YEAR.
IMPORTANT: We also require a 100 word (maximum) artist’s statement that you will be required to enter when uploading your submission.