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Atlantic Center Call for Artists-in-Residence Program, Florida, next deadline Sep 16 2018

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Atlantic Center Call for Master Artists-in-Residence Program

Next Application Deadline: Sunday 09/16/2018

Atlantic Center for the Arts is now accepting applications for our Master Artists-in-Residency Program. Spend three weeks developing your work with the personal support and mentorship of internationally renowned masters in the visual arts, literature, music composition, and choreography. Participation is limited to 8 people for each Master Artist. Located just four miles from the east coast beaches of central Florida, Atlantic Center for the Arts has provided artists from around the world with spaces to live, work, and collaborate since 1982. Studios that include a resource library, writer’s studio, painting studio, sculpture studio, music studio, dance studio, and black box theater. Each residency session includes three Master Artists of different disciplines. Through a formal application process administered by ACA, each Master Artist will select 8 residency participants. During the residency, artists participate in formal sessions with their group, collaborate on projects, and work independently.

Scholarships / financial assistance:

  • Only accepted Associate Artists may apply for financial assistance.  ACA will email you a Financial Aid Form if you are accepted into a residency. You will have about three weeks to complete the form and submit it to ACA. The financial aid awards will be announced about one week later. All accepted Associate Artists are encouraged to apply for assistance.
  • Financial assistance to Associate Artists is made possible by the generosity of foundations who have partnered with ACA to help offset the residency fee. The financial assistance awards are based on the funds available at the time, and the Associate Artist’s level of need determined by a review of the individual’s most recent IRS statement (US Associates) or, for non-US Associates, by providing a copy of your most recent annual tax filing with your government. Please contact Kevin Miller at kmiller@atlanticcenterforthearts.org if you have any questions. Click here to see an example of our financial aid form.

If you are interested in becoming an Associate Artist, first view the Current Residency Schedule and select the Master you are interested in working with.  Each Master Artist determines the requirements and basic structure of their residency. Masters may select up to eight Associate Artists to participate in the three-week program.

You may apply by following the instructions below. Note: ACA no longer accepts application materials via mail, email or faxAn extra administration fee is required if you wish to apply by mail or email.

Additional questions may be answered by visiting Master Artist-in-Residence Program Details or About the Master Artist-in-Residence Program. You can also request help from submittable if you have issues on their site http://help.submittable.com/

To apply for a residency, do the following.

  1. Visit the current Residency Schedule to review the application requirements and deadline for the Master Artist you want to apply to. Completed applications must be submitted by Midnight EST on the deadline date.
  2. Prepare the application files for your application submission.
  3. Visit our submissions site, http://aca.submittable.com/submit, and click on the Submit button for the Master Artist you would like to apply to.
  4. The next page will ask you to sign in with your current submittable account, or to sign up for a new account. You have to have an account to apply.
  5. This page is where you enter the information for your application. At the bottom of the form, you can upload the files listed in the Master Artist’s application requirements. Programs require various documents that can include word documents, images, scores, sound files, or other materials. Some artists also require a document with links to online videos. The submission website does not allow you to edit your files after you complete your submission.
  6. Enter your payment information at the bottom of the page for the application fee.
  7. Click Submit to complete your application. At the time of this writing, users received two confirmation emails; one confirming your payment and another confirming receipt of your application submission. You should be notified within 6 weeks of the application deadline a to whether or not you have been accepted.

If you have any questions, please email Ivan Riascos, Program Assistant
iriascos@atlanticcenterforthearts.org

To apply for a residency, do the following.

  1. Visit the current Residency Schedule to review the application requirements and deadline for the Master Artist you want to apply to. Completed applications must be submitted by Midnight EST on the deadline date.
  2. Prepare the application files for your application submission.
  3. Visit our submissions site, http://aca.submittable.com/submit, and click on the Submit button for the Master Artist you would like to apply to.
  4. The next page will ask you to sign in with your current submittable account, or to sign up for a new account. You have to have an account to apply.
  5. This page is where you enter the information for your application. At the bottom of the form, you can upload the files listed in the Master Artist’s application requirements. Programs require various documents that can include word documents, images, scores, sound files, or other materials. Some artists also require a document with links to online videos. The submission website does not allow you to edit your files after you complete your submission.
  6. Enter your payment information at the bottom of the page for the application fee.
  7. Click Submit to complete your application. At the time of this writing, users received two confirmation emails; one confirming your payment and another confirming receipt of your application submission. You should be notified within 6 weeks of the application deadline a to whether or not you have been accepted.

If you have any questions, please email Ivan Riascos, Program Assistant
iriascos@atlanticcenterforthearts.org

Facilities & Services:

  • Accessibility: ACA studios, facilities, and grounds are wheelchair accessible. Four housing units are designed for individuals with limited accessibility and they have an extra bed for a medical caretaker.
  • Associate Housing: Private housing with a private bathroom, shower, sink, air conditioning, heating, desk, and small refrigerator is provided to associate artists. Wireless internet is also available. Click here to learn more.
  • Meals: Weekday meals (self-serve continental breakfast, lunch and dinner) are prepared by ACA’s Chef or Culinary Artist-in-Residence. Vegetarian options at all meals; local/fresh/organic ingredients emphasized; special dietary needs addressed on individual basis; weekend meals not provided; twice-weekly trips to grocery store arranged.
  • Computer/internet access: High speed wireless internet is available throughout all studios, common areas, and housing units. Several communal computers and printers are available in the digital media lounge and in other studio spaces.
  • Studios/special equipment: Communal studio spaces with 24-hour access. To read more about our studios, facilities and housing – click here
  • Other facilities and services: Coin-Laundry facilities, fax/copier service, bicycles/locks available. Twice-weekly trips to local stores provided. Recreational outings arranged as desired.
  • Visit Studios, Facilities, & Housing to learn more.

How to Apply to the Master Artist-in-Residence Program

http://atlanticcenterforthearts.org/residencies/how-to-apply-to-the-master-artist-in-residence-program/

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