Our residency for new collaborations program returns for emerging artists who want to create work with another artist, or a practicing professional in another field, but haven’t had the opportunity for committed collaboration. Focusing on risk-taking, creative mistakes, and experimentation, our adaptive space program supports the exploration of untapped ideas and the development of early-phase projects.
So often artists participate in programs designed for solo practices or that require a history of collaboration. Our residency for new collaborations provides space, time, and financial support for pairs to investigate the possibilities of a collaborative practice. These three sessions include Theodore (Ted) Kerr with Ronica Mukerjee, Anjali Deshmukh with Purvi Shah, Joyce Azor with Clarivel Ruiz. The duration of each intensive residency session is two weeks and culminates with a public event, when the space transitions to a public site where audiences can gain access to creative processes, ideas, and conversations.
2018 Residency for New Collaborations Public Programs:
Theodore (Ted) Kerr and Ronica Mukerjee
COMMUNITY EVIDENCE: HEART, FLESH and BLOOD in 2018
Discussion and Training for Testers, Care Givers and Others
Saturday, June 30, 2–5pm
Anjali Deshmukh and Purvi Shah
Friday, July 20, 7–9pm
Joyce Azor and Clarivel Ruiz