The Anderson Center’s Deaf Artists Residency (DAR) is an ASL-centric environment where Deaf artists can communicate and exchange ideas. The program provides 5 Deaf artists from the United States the opportunity to come together to live, work and share ideas with other native ASL signers, while advancing their own personal artistic projects
Number of Participants
The Anderson Center’s Deaf Artists Residency (DAR) is hosting 5 Deaf artists in June of 2022. For the 2022 season, the Anderson Center is only offering month-long residencies in June. Two-week residencies are not an option for the Deaf Artists Residency. Collaborative applications are welcome, but collaborative residencies are also rare. The program is extremely competitive and space is simply limited.
Selection Results (Announcement Dates)
June 01, 2022 - June 29, 2022
- $500.00 travel budget
- $1,110.00 stipend (monthly)
Ceramic Facility, Desk Space, Individual Studio, Library, Piano, Print Shop, Silver Darkroom
Guest House, Kitchen, Live/Work, Private Bathroom, Private Housing, Private Room, Shared Bathroom
Chef on Site, Coffee, Dinner, Tea, Vegan, Vegetarian
Community Engagement , Discussion, Group Dinners, Panel, Retreat, Self-Directed, Work Exchange
Acting, Activists, Architecture, Ballet, Blacksmith, Book Arts, Cartoonist, Ceramics, Choreography, Cinematography, Composers, Conceptual Art, Dance, Design, Digital Media, Documentary, Drawing, Fiber Arts, Fiction, Film, Glass, Illustration, Installation, Interdiscplinary Arts, Jewelry, Land Art, Literature, Metalsmith, Multimedia, Music, Music Composition, Opera, Painting, Performance Art, Photography, Playwriting, Poetry, Printmaking, Public Art, Puppeteers, Research, Scholar, Screenwriting, Sculpture, Singing, Social Practice, Sound Art, Textile, Theatre, Theatre Directors, Thinkers, Video Art, Video Games, Visual Arts
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DAR is an opportunity for 5 Deaf artists to come together in an ASL-centric environment to create, communicate & exchange ideas. DAR was developed with the goal of contributing to a local and national network of Deaf culture-creators. The program's goal is to create Deaf artistic and organizational networks that support substantial development of Deaf arts as a distinct cultural area within the larger context of American culture. ASL interpretation is provided for arrival day and other public events/activities with the hearing community such as the Capstone event at the end of the month. DAR coordinator Cynthia Weitzel, a Deaf visual artist that maintains a year-round studio space at the Anderson Center, works with Center staff in the development and execution of the program while ensuring full accessibility. She is the liaison between artists, program partners and the Center prior to and during residencies and provides on-going artistic/community support to the cohort.
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