Company: Wilson College
Location: Chambersburg , PA
Wilson College is thrilled to announce our fully-funded summer 2017 artist-in-residency program. Held June 15th-24th, 2017, the college invites 3-5 members of a selected dance company to unlimited access of our state-of-the-art dance studio and free housing. Please contact Visiting Assistant Professor, Megan Mizanty, to request an application (firstname.lastname@example.org). See attached flyer for additional information. Applications are due April 1st.
-24-hour access in the spacious Appenzellar-Buchanan Dance Studio (sprung floors, mirror and sound system).
-Additional studio space does exist on campus in the form of classroom space. These rooms can be easily converted into studio space. Let us know your needs, and we will do our best to accommodate you.
-Campus sits on over 200 acres of wooded forests and streams with late 19th century architecture (available for any site-specific work).
-Artists are housed free-of-charge on campus. Our dining hall offers meals at an affordable rate (see website for details), and there are many dining options off campus.
-Artists are responsible for their own supplies. We have yoga mats and projectors available upon request, as well as a large costume closet and prop room.
About Wilson College
– Founded in 1869, Wilson College is a private, coeducational liberal arts college offering bachelor’s degrees in 29 majors. Since 2014, Wilson is home to a low-residency MFA program in visual arts and choreography with an internationally acclaimed faculty.
– Located in Chambersburg, PA., the college has a spring 2016 enrollment of 923, which includes students from 22 states and 16 countries.
-Cooley Gallery: All visual artists-in-residence are invited to hang work in the gallery while in residence. Wilson will host a casual reception in the gallery late in the week, once artists have had a chance to put a few ideas together.
– Collection: visual artists are asked to donate a work of art created during their residency to the Teaching Collection; finished pieces or preparatory drawings/prints are acceptable. Performance artists are asked to hold an informal showing of their work, inviting the campus community.