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Visual Art ,
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Ashley Freeby

Conversations in Practice (Virtual Residency)

Ox-Bow School of Art's Conversations In Practice is a virtual program that brings together small groups of interdisciplinary artists to facilitate studio progress through critical discussion. Participants and faculty moderators will foster connection through the sharing of work, ideas, and conversation.

These four-week seminars give artists extended time to connect with peers and faculty, to share work, and receive meaningful feedback. Moderators will ground the class with a series of selected readings and facilitate conversations and critiques. Over the course of the seminar, each artist will have a dedicated hour to present work and get feedback. Artists will also have one-on-one individual studio visits with the faculty moderator.

Dates and commitment: February 14 - March 11, 2022

Eight artists will be selected to participate in each four-week seminar. The group and faculty moderator will meet for three hours each week. Individual Meetings with the faculty moderator will be scheduled per each participant's availability.

Paolo Arao: Thursdays, 12 - 3 PM EST

Allison Glenn: Fridays, 1 - 4 PM EST

Alice Tippit: Fridays, 3 - 6PM EST

Alivia Zivich: Saturdays, 10AM - 1PM EST

Scholarships & Tuition
Tuition for Conversations in Practice is $1000. All participants must apply to enroll and those in need of a scholarship may indicate this on the application. Ox-Bow will offer a number of full and partial scholarships.

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Founded in 1910, Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists’ Residency is an arts-based nonprofit with a rich legacy of empowering and investing in artists. Their year around programming welcomes degree-seeking students, professional artists, and those new to the arts. The 115 acre campus – located alongside and protected by the dunes, forests, and waters of Saugatuck – cultivates a space that does not simply host its residents but enhances their practice. Both its facilities and faculty edify their longstanding mission: to serve as a network of creative resources, people, and ideas amidst a energizing natural environment inspired by its rich artistic history and fueled by the potential of a vital future.

Deadline: 01.16.2022
Name: Maddie Reyna
Address: 3435 Rupprecht Way, Saugatuck, MI 49453
Phone: 49453