“SunShip: Thesis at Arts Letters & Numbers” welcomes all artists, makers and thinkers of any discipline to explore their questions and develop their personal works, voices and practices. There is no predetermined form or outcome for the works participants will develop. This is an opportunity for participants to further develop projects and ideas that they have been working on, or to begin a new creative project, with the seeds of an unknown set of ideas and questions. Participants will be immersed in the creative process of making and exploring new approaches and developing individual and collaborative works.
Number of Participants
20 people maximum
Selection Results (Announcement Dates)
July 23, 2022 - August 14, 2022
- $525.00 program fee (one-time)
Conference Rooms, Co-Working, Desk Space, Gallery, Installation Space, Piano, Sculpture Facility, Shared Studio, Sound Studio, Stage, Wood Shop
Barn, Home-Stay, Kitchen, Live/Work, Private Room, Shared Room
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The “SunShip: Thesis at Arts Letters & Numbers” virtual program was first introduced as part of “SunShip: The Arc That Makes The Flood Possible,” Arts Letters & Numbers’ exhibition during the CITYX Venice Italian Virtual Pavilion of the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale back in 2021. This program was originally held virtually, for this session it will be possible for people to participate, while ‘in residence’ at the Arts Letters & Numbers Campus in Upstate NY or online. Please designate in your application if you prefer to attend ‘onsite’ or online. Class Structure: 1. On Language and Shared Questions: We Share Words 2. The Studio as Site / Situation: On Spatial Imagination 3. The Studio as Site / Situation: On Material Imagination 4. Towards Seeing, Not Showing 5. Listening as a Form of Imagination 6. Towards an ‘Of-ness’ and ‘Is-ness’ of Drawing 7. Where Do We Know What We Know? Inhabiting Our Questions To learn more about the program, please visit our website.
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