[ilssa] Fwd: Please let other artists know about our program

hello ILSSA,

Sooon: an update on the ILSSA installation at Saint Mary's, which thanks to all 
of you who participated, is a HUGE SUCCESS!! We're thrilled with how it came 
together and are very excited to share the results with you.

In the meantime: I wanted to pass on to you a very promising residency 
opportunity... read on!

best,
Emily for the Co-Operators

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> From: ROBERT CURRAN <woodycurran@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: January 23, 2012 9:57:24 AM EST
> To: AlchemyInitiative@xxxxxxxxx, alissaneglia@xxxxxxxxx, 
> arden.scott@xxxxxxxxxxx, Chuck von <schmidt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Crispina ffrench 
> <crispinaffrench@xxxxxxxxx>, emily@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, j_banaszak@xxxxxxxxx, 
> jesmcavoy@xxxxxxxxx, keithmantell@xxxxxxxxxxx, kittywales@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, 
> kuo@xxxxxxxxxxxx, larcloud@xxxxxxx, Michael Melle <MMelle@xxxxxxx>, 
> psnyder@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Ray <rajen55@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Ric Stott 
> <ric@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, wallacearts@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Fw: Please let other artists know about our program
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> I have the greatest respect for the creative environment offered to artists 
> in this Carriage House residency. I am forwarding this hoping that you or 
> your colleagues would consider applying or passing it along to those you feel 
> would benefit from this experience.
>  
> Kathy Curran
> Director Suffolk County Historical Society
> 
> --- On Sun, 1/22/12, The Carriage House <carriagehousearts@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
> From: The Carriage House <carriagehousearts@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Please let other artists know about our program
> To: "ROBERT" <woodycurran@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Sunday, January 22, 2012, 5:37 PM
> 
> Apply for our programs at:www.carriagehousearts.org
> April 15 is our Open House
> 
> Summer Studio Residency
> Deadline is March 1
> Online application process is user-friendly
> The Carriage House staff is now reviewing applications for the Summer Studio 
> Residency program. All artists are invited to apply for this unique program 
> that provides spacious studios, stipends and technical assistance for a 
> three-month period from May 15 through August 15. The application process is 
> online, and has been streamlined so that artists simply need to upload a 
> one-page statement describing how they will use their time here and why the 
> program will help their artistic career. They are invited to attach six 
> images of representative work or a short video. The application process 
> assumes that applicants have websites where complete bios, cvs and image 
> archives can be examined for in-depth information.
> 
> Our Winter Residents are coming
> Program encourages artists to create new work
> Three artists will begin our Winter Studio Residency at the end of the month. 
> Amanda Buonocore, Paolo Fortin and Sarah Elise Hall were selected from more 
> then 100 applications for this unique Carriage House program that provides 
> space, resources and financial support for emerging artists. Jason Paradis, 
> the curator of Studio Residency programs, selected the finalists based on the 
> quality of their work and the way their artistic practices fit together. "All 
> of these artists share an interest in stripping away to essential elements, 
> whether in sculpture, painting or installation. I expect there will be a lot 
> of give and take during the residency, " he said. 
>  
> The artists will work in Carriage House studios from February 1 through April 
> 30. The public is invited to meet them during an Open Studio Day on April 15 
> from 2-4 pm. 
> 
> Meet Our Artists:
> 
> Paolo Fortin
> www.paulfortin.com
> While at the Carriage House, I will research and construct work that allows 
> me to expand my painting practices by developing new techniques and increase 
> in scale. By utilizing minimal features and mark making I will construct 
> compositions that allow me to reduce an image to just its essence. Through 
> this, I would like to develop a thin and weightless feeling in the work and 
> build upon the ephemeral qualities I have been striving to achieve.
> 
> Amanda Buonocore
> www.amandabuonocore.com
> I plan to use my time to begin multiple processes that will effectively 
> create and
> expose residue within The Carriage House. To this end, I will install 
> temporary displays
> applied to the surface of the space for a certain period of time. When 
> removed, the
> displays will expose residual forms. The Carriage House, as a space of reuse, 
> is an ideal location to experiment with these processes.
> 
> Sarah Elise Hall
> www.sarahelisehall.com
> My work is an evolving fiction about the body and its environment. Skeletal 
> structures have mutated into new forms that are infused with bright 
> industrial colors, indicative of warning signals and states of emergency in 
> both natural and man-made worlds. New organisms inhabit barren, excavated 
> environments and the ideas of evolution, adaptation, mutation and extinction 
> are suggested. 
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