ONE + ONE + TWO (MFA 2016 ALUMNI) SUCCESS AND OPPORTUNITY
Long Time Collective, Dogpatch
Deadline: December 15th
Collective ONE + ONE + TWO (Kathryn Ian, Jennifer Shada, Ben Cirgin, Garth Fry (MFA 2016)) aims to support artists in all visual media, as well as the greater Bay Area arts community, by pooling resources during the current space and housing crisis and acting as a platform for engaging, dynamic, critical and supportive programming around visual arts in San Francisco. The Alternative Exposure grant supports the + ONE Artist Residency and ONE + TWO Critique Group, which aim to connect artists with work space, exhibition opportunities, publications, and dynamic conversation around newly created visual artwork.
The + ONE Residency offers artists from the Bay Area and beyond the opportunity to work for 30 days in their collaborative studio space in the Long Time Collective, located in the Dogpatch neighborhood. A jury consisting of the members of ONE + ONE + TWO, a representative of the Long Time Collective, and one community representative from the Bay Area will select applicants based on the strength and quality of their proposal. Applications for the + ONE Residency will be open until December 15, 2016 for the three residencies taking place in January, March, and May of 2017. The first + ONE Resident Artist will be selected from the Bay Area.
The + ONE Residency is designed for visual artists of all media who would like the opportunity to work within a collective art making space to further develop their artistic practice. Each resident artist will be awarded twenty-four-hour access to a small portion of the ONE + ONE + TWO shared studio space for thirty days. The + ONEResident Artist will be granted a $300 stipend, a solo exhibition at the end of the 30 day term, and a print catalogue of the works created during the residency. Each resident artist will be asked to participate in the bi-monthly ONE + TWO Critique Group as a panel discussion leader.