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Opportunities: Teton Artlab Residency (Teton County, Wyoming, USA)

Opportunities: Teton Artlab Residency (Teton County, Wyoming, USA)

Deadline is October 1st, 2014

Teton Artlab assists artists by providing studio space, exhibition and performance opportunities, and access to shared resources.

residency program within 1 hour of two National Parks, Yellowstone and Grand Teton.  Artists have access to endless miles of trails, rivers, and forest right out of the door.  This part of Wyoming is truly one of the world’s most beautiful landscapes.

Teton Artlab residency program is open to visual artists, writers, and performing artists living in the United States.  Applicants submit up to 10 work samples, an image list, and a 1 page proposal describing how the artist’s work will interpret or be influenced by the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

Click here for more information about the GYE and some of the ecological issues in our area.

Teton Artlab encourages artists of all backgrounds to apply for admission. They do not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, or sexual orientation.

Applications are due October 1st, 2014 for residencies beginning January 1st, 2015 and later. Artists will be notified of their timeslots by November 1st.

There is no fee for residency except the nonrefundable application fee.  Application fees must be paid by credit card.

Residencies vary in length – the average stay is 4 weeks. The minimum stay is two weeks; the maximum is six weeks.

The residency begins with an informal dinner to introduce the artists to the lab, and to discuss the schedule and format for the residency. Artists are given a tour of the grounds and the studio spaces, then shown their living accommodations, whichincludes a shared bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and sitting area.

There are free public events scheduled during each residency. During the residency each artist is scheduled to give a lecture about their work and career. A closing reception with presentation of new work and works in-progress are presented on the final Friday night, an opportunity for the public to experience the artists’ work.


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Caden Manson is Editor In Chief and Curator of Contemporary Performance Network and co-founder and artistic director of Big Art Group, a New York City performance company founded in 1999.
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