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Joggins Fossil Cliffs artist-in-residence application is July 31

25 Apr 2022 4:07 PM | Executive Director (Administrator)

The deadline for the 2023 Artist-in-Residence program is Sunday July 31, 2022.

Submissions must be made by email to info@jogginsfossilcliffs.net.

To submit to the Artist-in-Residence Programme please send:

  1. an artist’s statement (maximum 500 words) describing your recent artistic activities and professional development, your work in general, its influences and direction;
  2. a brief description of your project (maximum 500 words);
  3. technical requirements and/or site specifications if applicable (maximum 1 page);
  4. a plan and a working schedule;
  5. a biography (maximum 1 page);
  6. documentation of your work:
    • visual artists: up to 10 images or 5 minutes of audio/visual material — (JPEG or TIFF @ 300 dpi minimum)
    • writers: up to 25 pages of prose or 10 poems;
    • performers/composers: up to 10 minutes of audio/visual material
  7. a current curriculum vitæ;
  8. a letter of reference from a peer, mentor or professor (for emerging artists)

Please note

The residency programme is contingent upon funding. Applicants will be notified as soon possible if the residency is not be to offered in a particular year.

For further information contact:

Laurie Glenn Norris M.A.
Education and Outreach Manager
Joggins Fossil Centre
(902) 251-2727, ext 224 or education@jogginsfossilcliffs.net

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