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(PHOTO BY BERT DANIELSON, NPS)

(PHOTO BY BERT DANIELSON, NPS)

2018 Gettysburg National Military Park Artist-in-Residences

AiRs Beginning in January 2018

2018 Artist in Residence Type and Application Deadlines 

LiterAudiArts (September-October 2018 Term): October 20th, 2017
Arts Revolver (October- November 2018 Term): October 20th, 2017

Our two LiterAudiArts Residencies

for 2017 are STILL OPEN

LiterAudiArts (September-October 2017 Term): July 20th, 2017

Public Programming (Lecture/workshop/presentation):

TBA, by end of residency

Announcement Dates :
April Deadlines: May 4th, 2017
July Deadline:  August 4th, 2017
(October Deadlines): November 20th, 2017

A PREMIER ARTS VENUE AT AMERICA’S MOST ICONIC  BATTLEGROUND

 $1000 STIPEND FOR EACH RESIDENCY

 Year-Round Residencies Happening in 2018!

We are very excited to continue an extensive  artist-in-residence program in 2018 at Gettysburg National Military Park. THIS IS OUR MOST VARIED AND EXTENSIVE PROGRAM NATIONWIDE! With the cooperation of the National Park Service and the Gettysburg Foundation we are looking for Artists who want to broaden their art practice while spending a full month at this historic battlefield.

NPAF is looking for any sort of artwork, from traditional landscapes, photographers, to performers, installations, films/video, as well as as writers, poets, sound artists, and new arts media. Virtually any approach can find a place at Gettysburg — what matters is vision and talent.

For the next few years we have introduced programmatic themes to our residencies (and our FOCUS ARTS series) in order to diversify the interconnection of the arts with broader demographics and further inclusion. These programs will alternate with each other. With this in mind we have set up these programmatic themes:

Alembic Arts (New Media) (AAM) : This programmatic theme speaks to many varied and mixed media including film image, technologies, augmented Realities, Virtual Realities and any and all combinations with these in themselves of combining classic art media with such “new media”.

Arts Revolver (ARV) : The months of these AiRs are open to any and all artistic media including cross-overs or hybrids with any of the other programmatic themes represented in the other months of Gettysburg Artist Residencies.

LiterAudiArts (LAA):

Potential Partnership with THE POETRY FOUNDATION

This is one our most fascinating AiR programmatic themes. This category focuses on many and all Linguistic, words, sounds, song and music. A few examples of this are POETRY ( We may be partnering with the world famous POETRY FOUNDATION for 2017 term), spoken word, environmental recordings, sound art, wall of sound experimentation, Gettysburg and heritage archive appropriation and period piece instruments. The list is endless but must be at least in part words or/and sound and POETRY.

U.S. Military Veteran AiRs (MVA): You must be a U.S. Military Veteran to apply for these specific AiR programs (beginning in Jan., June, & December 2018).

The park consists of the main battlefields, memorials, cemeteries, and historic buildings, support areas of the most famous battle of the American Civil War. A lovely, idyllic Pennsylvania pastoral setting that is starkly evocative of the living history of the bitterest American conflict, but also a potent symbol of reconciliation. Let it inspire and nurture your next art project at our residencies.

NPAF’s Fine Art curator, along with our select judges and panelists will consider solicited proposals through a competitive application process to identify artists deserving of a residency at Gettysburg National Military Park. National Parks Arts Foundation, through many generous partner donations, provides lodging and a venue for workshops and lectures and a possibility of donating art to National Collections.

In addition to their residency, the selected artist(s) will have the opportunity to present lectures and workshops, exhibit their art and will donate art inspired by their stay in the park to Gettysburg National Military Park Museum Collections, through the NPAF. This program aims to fulfill and exceed goals for Park Arts Programs as indicated in the NPS guiding document issued for the Centennial of the National Park Service.

NPAF will also be partnering with the Gettysburg Foundation, National Park Service, Poetry Foundation, park partners, recognized museums, galleries, schools and underserved peoples organizations to promote Gettysburg National Military Park Artist in Residence Program.

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