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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Harvestworks Artist In Residency Program: New Works Residency

Harvestworks Artist In Residency Program: New Works Residency
Deadline April 1, 2010 for projects beginning July 1, 2010.

The New Works Residency Program offers commissions of up to $4000 to make a new work in our state of the art digital media facility. The artist works with a project manager, engineer and programmer (if required). New works may include multiple channel audio or video installations, interactive performance systems, data visualization or projects involving hardware hacking, circuit bending or custom built interfaces, as well as projects that use the web. Emerging artists and artists of color are encouraged to apply. Residencies run from July 1, 2010 - June 30, 2011.

Upon completion and presentation of the project the resident artists receive a $1000 stipend.
Number of residencies: up to 10


The Artist in Residency (AIR) program is designed to assist individual working artists and their collaborators. Groups and ensembles are not eligible. Only new work proposals are accepted. Proposals that document an existing work are not eligible. Students who are currently enrolled in a university are not eligible. AIR recipients from the past 2 years are not eligible to apply this year. Applicants must reside in the U.S.

Project Presentation Work produced in the program is premiered in the Harvestworks' 5.1 Presentation Lab. Residents are included in Creative Contact, an Internet compilation of digital art work on the Harvestworks website. The artists may be asked to contribute a work to a publication or exhibition featuring Harvestworks' programs.

Review Criteria:
Professional experience of the artist. Creative use of technology and feasibility of completing the proposed project using Harvestworks' programs.

Download the application here

Questions can be directed to Hans Tammen at 212.431.1130 ext. 2 or by email at

Harvestworks is a non-profit arts center in Lower Manhattan. Private funding for our programs has been provided by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Jerome Foundation, New York Community Trust, the Carnegie Corporation, the Aaron Copland Fund, the Greenwall Foundation, the Edwards Foundation Arts Fund, the Trust for Mutual Understanding, Materials for the Arts, the Experimental TV Center and mediaThe foundation Inc. Public Support is provided by New York State Council on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts and the NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs. Thanks to our Friends Circle, Cycling74, Digidesign, Inc. and NHT Pro.


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