Call for Submissions: Martha Street Studio Residency Exchange

Deadline: September 16, 2019

Martha

Martha Street Studio writes:

Deadline for applications: September 16, 2019
Residency duration: two weeks
Residency will take place in 2020

Martha Street Studio is accepting submissions for its third Residency Exchange with Centre[3] For Artistic and Social Practice (Hamilton, ON). Each organization selects one artist from its membership to attend a two week self-directed residency at the partner organization where artists work on a print-based project and receive the following:

  • $600 artist fee
  • $600 towards additional expenses
  • two weeks of complimentary studio time at the partner organization
  • up to three hours of technical assistance at the partner organization
  • a one year membership to the partner organization

Artists must be able to work independently in their chosen medium and will arrange the timing of the self-directed residency with the partner organization. Artists are further responsible for arranging their own transportation and accommodation. All applicants must have a valid membership at the time of application.

Submission requirements:

  • project proposal (1 page maximum) of work to be completed while at Centre[3]
  • current CV
  • list of technical requirements
  • 10 images (maximum) as jpegs (1024 x 768 pixels, 72 dpi)
  • corresponding image list with title, medium, dimensions, year

Send submissions to, or for more information contact gallery@printmakers.mb.ca

About Centre[3]:

Centre[3]’s extensive Print Media facilities are housed in a 6000 square foot arts centre, located at the heart of the James Street North Arts District. Centre[3] for artistic and social practice is an artist-run centre that is dedicated to promoting print and media arts in contemporary artistic discourse for practicing artists and the community at large. As a production, exhibition, and education centre and animator of community arts, Centre[3] supports both traditional and experimental print media and media art practices. The centre encourages research and innovation and provides forums for discussion and examination of critical and theoretical issues. Centre[3] supports artists in the development of their professional endeavors and acts as a resource centre for the visual and media arts community.

More information on facilities can be found here: http://centre3.com/facilities/

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