USD College of Fine Arts invites applicants for the first NPIAR
This prestigious artist residency has a generous stipend package, including a general living stipend of $3,000, a materials stipend of $3,000 and a technology stipend of $3,000. All food and lodging is covered by the CNAP program for the artist’s four-week stay. The artist will use the USD Art Department facilities to work toward the completion of their visual art project. The goals of the CNAP program at USD is to support Native artists from the upper Midwest, including those interested in combining traditional Native arts practices with new media approaches, technology-based methods, or artists wishing to broaden the distribution of their art using technology and/or social media. The purpose of the NPIAR is to encourage Native artists to access and use technologies for the preservation, dissemination and enhancement of their artistic work. The CNAP program also encourages emerging and mid-career American Indian artists from the upper Midwest to recognize their audiences and develop a career path that is successful according to their own assessment of artist purpose and wellbeing. The residency will offer guidance on how to develop career plans and trajectories in either commercial or nonprofit sectors.
To download the application form and learn more about the residency, please view the application form at www.usd.edu/uag and click on the downloadable PDF (www.usd.edu/fine-arts/university-art-galleries/upload/artist_residency.pdf). Applications must be postmarked by April 4. Completed applications should be sent to Alison Erazmus, NPIA Residency Committee, University Art Galleries, 414 East Clark St., Vermillion, SD 57069. For additional questions, please email Alison Erazmus (Alison.Erazmus@usd.edu), director of the residency.
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