Artist Opportunities

SiNaCa Studios: Visiting Artist Opportunities:

Non-glass artist residency (Fall/ Spring Gallery Night):

Description: A five-week residency (3-6 hours per week of studio time) culminating in a final public demonstration during Fall/Spring Gallery Night with the studio team. One brainstorming session (one to two hours) of discussion with studio managers and directors to discuss goals for the artist’s projects. Four sessions of experimentation and studio rental with team members to understand the different processes of glassmaking specifically related to the artist’s projects. The artist is responsible for paying for consumable materials (outside of clear glass) used during the residency, providing their own transportation and arranging their own accommodations. SiNaCa Studios will cover the clear glass usage, studio and equipment rental, costs of instruction and assistance. Participating artists will be required to leave behind 1-2 works completed during the residency or gallery night demonstration. Artists will need to be comfortable being photographed and filmed for SiNaCa Studios online outreach and education programming.

UPDATE: Deadline extended to October 15, 2021

Requirements:

Proposal: A document including (but not limited to) a statement of interest in working with glass, information about your prior experience working with your usual materials/processes, proposal for project(s), project details

Proposal support documents: Images/sketches/supporting documents for project proposal

Portfolio: Images/Video showcasing 3-6 images of past work

Artist CV/Resume

Application process:

UPDATE: Deadline extended to October 15, 2021

Please submit all application materials by October 1. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Applicants will be notified of selections by November 1.









    Glass Artist Demonstration Opportunity (Open Studio):

    Description: A 3 hour public demonstration opportunity to be featured during Open Studio Night with an additional opportunity for a 3 hour practice/prep session the same day/week . The artist is responsible for providing their own transportation and arranging their own accommodation. SiNaCa Studios will cover the studio and equipment rental, costs of assistance (if needed), and up to $50 of glass color or supplies needed for the demonstration. Participating artists will be required to leave behind at least one work completed during the residency or Open Studio night demonstration. Artists will need to be comfortable being photographed and filmed for SiNaCa Studios online outreach and education programming.

    Requirements:

    Proposal: A document including a statement of interest in demonstrating with us, prior experience working with materials/processes, details of demonstration/work that will be completed

    Proposal support documents: Images/sketches/any supporting documents for project proposal

    Portfolio: Images/Video showcasing 3-5 images of past work

    Artist CV/Resume

    Application process:









      Applications for this residency are accepted on a rolling-basis. Applicants will be reviewed and notified as applications are received. Notifications about acceptance or denial will be sent out within a month of receipt of application.

      Glass Artist Demonstration Opportunity (Arts Goggle):


      Description: A one day demonstration opportunity (4 hours studio time) during the Arts Goggle Street Festival. The artist is responsible for providing their own transportation, bringing their own assistant(s), and arranging their own accommodation (if needed). SiNaCa Studios will cover the studio and equipment rental and will provide the artist with a $500 honorarium. Participating artists will be required to leave behind at least one work completed during the demonstration (the ultimate decision will be left up to the studio team). Artists will need to be comfortable being photographed and filmed for SiNaCa Studios online outreach and education programming.

      Requirements:

      • Proposal: A document including a statement of interest in demonstrating with us, prior experience working with materials/processes, details of demonstration/work that will be completed
      • Proposal support documents: Images/sketches/any supporting documents for project proposal
      • Portfolio: Images/Video showcasing 3-5 images of past work
      • Artist CV/Resume
      • Applications for this opportunity will be accepted until September 15, 2021. Applicants will be reviewed and notified by September 30, 2021.
      • Application process:









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