ACA Announces 2015 Artists-In-Residence Program
Atlantic Center for the Arts announces an exciting 2015 Master Artists-in-Residence schedule, featuring performers, composers, visual artists, writers, and a collaborative partnership with Found Sound Nation and the US Embassy in Islamabad. Featured artists include Paul Harding, 2010 Pulitzer Prize winner in fiction; Nilo Cruz, 2003 Pulitzer Prize winner in drama; Karl Berger and Ingrid Sertso, legends from the jazz world; Natalia Almada, 2012 MacArthur Fellow and recipient of the 2009 Sundance Documentary Directing Award; and choreographer and dancer Reggie Wilson, founder of Fist and Heel Performance group.
Working with these Master Artists-in-Residence over the year will be approximately 100 Associate Artists, who meet regularly with the Master Artist and their group in meetings, workshops, and casual conversations. Associates are free to spend the remainder of their time pursuing their own projects or interacting/collaborating with artists from different disciplines.
Atlantic Center for the Arts is proud to presents its 33rd year of artists-in-residence programs. Click here for more information.
Residency #156 (FEBRUARY 16 – MARCH 8)
Application deadline: November 9, 2014
–Suzanne McClelland – visual artist,
–Dani Shapiro – fiction/memoir
-*The Dosti Music Project FEBRUARY 23 – MARCH 22, 2015 (Application deadline September 12, 2014 at 5pm EST) This partnership between Found Sound Nation and the US Embassy in Islamabad is the music component for Residency #156. Visit http://dostimusic.org for full details and application information.
Residency #157 (MAY 18 – JUNE 7)
Application deadline: January 18, 2014
–Karl Berger – composer/performer & Ingrid Sertso – vocalist/poet/performer
–Inka Essenhigh – visual artist
–Paul Harding – fiction
Residency #158 (JUNE 22 – JULY 12)
Application deadline: February 15, 2015
–Nilo Cruz – playwright
–Marisa Olson – visual artist
–Stewart Wallace – composer
Residency #159 (OCTOBER 12 – NOVEMBER 1)
Application deadline: May 31, 2015
– Natalia Almada – visual artist/filmmaker
– Reggie Wilson – choreographer
– Julie Patton – poet