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Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 23, 2015 • Lisa Knopp •Writing • Lincoln,NE

Lisa Knopp

Writing

Location: Lincoln , NE

Dates of residence: Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 23, 2015

Awards: Nebraska Residency Award

Lisa Knopp is the author of five books of creative nonfiction. Her most recent, What the River Carries: Encounters with the Mississippi, Missouri, and Platte (University of Missouri Press, 2012), was the winner of the 2013 Nebraska Book Award for nonfiction/essay. Currently, she's completing two projects: Bread, a memoir, and Like Salt or Love: Essays on Leaving Home, a collection of autobiographical essays about midlife. Knopp is a professor of English at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, where she teaches courses in creative nonfiction. She lives in Lincoln.


   
Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 16, 2015 • Kristina Paabus •Visual • Oberlin,OH

Kristina Paabus

Visual

Location: Oberlin , OH

Dates of residence: Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 16, 2015

http://www.kristinapaabus.com

Kristina Paabus (US/EE) earned her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Using a multidisciplinary approach, Paabus creates images, environments, and situations that examine our perceptions of structure. In 2009 Paabus was a Fulbright Fellow in Estonia (Installation Art). Kristina has exhibited her work throughout the US and Europe, including Chicago, Boston, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Reykjavik, Miami, Berlin, and Tallinn. Recent residencies include ACRE, Ox-Bow, Women's Studio Workshop, Lill Street, Culture Factory Polymer, Samband Íslenskra Myndlistarmanna, and Inside Zone. Prior to her current position, Paabus was an Instructor and Graduate Coordinator in the Department of Printmedia at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a Visiting Assistant Professor and Grant Wood Fellow in Printmaking at The University of Iowa. Kristina lives and works in Ohio where she is the Assistant Professor of Reproducible Media at Oberlin College.


   
Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 30, 2015 • Sarah Phillips •Visual • Brooklyn,NY

Sarah Phillips

Visual

Location: Brooklyn , NY

Dates of residence: Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 30, 2015

http://www.sarahnicolephillips.com

Sarah Nicole Phillips is a Toronto-born, Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist. She received her B.A, from the University of Toronto and her MFA from Brooklyn College. From 2006-07 she participated in a year-long artist residency at the Lower East Side Printshop where she continues to teach. In 2012 she was awarded a residency at The Blue Mountain Center in upstate New York. Sarah exhibits widely in Canada and the US and has recently been included in shows at the Queens Museum of Art in New York, the International Print Center New York, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). In early 2014 she had a solo exhibition at McKinley Arts and Culture Center in Reno, Nevada. In October 2014 she had a solo exhibition at Court Tree Collective in Brooklyn, NY. She is a 2009 & 2014 recipient of Brooklyn Arts Council grants.


   
Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 23, 2015 • Steve Snell •Visual • Hastings,NE

Steve Snell

Visual

Location: Hastings , NE

Dates of residence: Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 23, 2015

http://www.steve-snell.com/

Awards: Nebraska Residency Award

Steve Snell grew up in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio where he watched a ton of great television and often rode his bike to Taco Bell. He graduated from Miami University in 2006 with a B.F.A. in Painting and a B.S. in Art Education. In 2011, Steve received his M.F.A. in Studio Art from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he was a recipient of the Dean's Dissertation Fellowship. He has been an Artist-in-Residence at the HUB-BUB in Spartanburg, South Carolina, the Wassaic Project in Wassaic, NY, and most recently along the Chilkoot Trail in Alaska and British Columbia, which was sponsored by the National Parks Service and Parks Canada. Steve is currently on the faculty at Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska, where he teaches painting, digital media, art history, and adventure-art. His work has been shown in galleries and film festivals throughout the United States.


   
Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 16, 2015 • Nina C. Young •Composition • New York,NY

Nina C. Young

Composition

Location: New York , NY

Dates of residence: Jan 5, 2015 - Jan 16, 2015

http://ninacyoung.com

New York-based composer Nina C. Young writes music characterized by an acute sensitivity to tone color, manifested in aural images of vibrant, arresting immediacy. Her experience in the electronic studio informs her acoustic work, which takes as its given not melody and harmony, but sound itself. Young's music has garnered international acclaim through performances by the American Composers Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Orkest de ereprijs, Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, Argento Chamber Ensemble, Either/Or, JACK Quartet, Sixtrum, and Yarn/Wire. Her works received honors from the ACO, BMI, IAWM, and SEAMUS, along with a Charles Ives Scholarship, Martirano Memorial Award, and the Jacob Druckman Prize. Young has been awarded fellowships to the Atlantic and Aspen Music Festivals, and the Tanglewood Music Center. A graduate of McGill and MIT, Nina is pursuing her doctorate at Columbia University, studying with Georg Friedrich Haas and Fred Lerdahl. She worked as a research assistant at the MIT Media Lab and CIRMMT and currently teaches electronic music at the Columbia Computer Music Center.


   
Jan 19, 2015 - Feb 27, 2015 • Anke Becker •Visual • Berlin,Germany

Anke Becker

Visual

Location: Berlin , Germany

Dates of residence: Jan 19, 2015 - Feb 27, 2015

http://www.anke-becker.de

Anke Becker is a visual artist based in Berlin, Germany. Her art-practice includes drawing, visual poetry and collaborative installations. Her work has been exhibited internationally and has been featured in several publications. In addition to her studio- practice Anke founded the international art-project 'Anonymous Drawings' Within this project she organizes in regular intervals open calls and exhibitions for drawings.


   
Jan 19, 2015 - Jan 30, 2015 • Qiuxiao Li •Composition • Kansas City,MO

Qiuxiao Li

Composition

Location: Kansas City , MO

Dates of residence: Jan 19, 2015 - Jan 30, 2015

http://qiuxiaolee.wix.com/li-qiuxiao

Li Qiuxiao is currently a third year student for the DMA degree at the Central Conservatory of Music and visiting scholar of UMKC. Her works have been presented multiple times in music festivals, such as the ELECTROACOUSTIC- BEIJING, Central Conservatory of Music Festival, Beijing Modern Music festival, Root Signals Electronic Music Festival and New Horizons Music Festival. Her work "The Dancing Shadow" was commissioned by ELECTROACOUSTIC-BEIJING in 2013. She creates "Wu song fights the tiger" for Dr. Jun Qian's " East Meets West" recording project in 2014. Awards include Thesis "A study on early Chinese Electronic music composition" -Third prize of the 3rd Award in 2012. Drizzle Tells Water and Sacrifice-Second prize in 2011 and 2008 MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING, Competition of Electronic composition. Bristle with Ange and Magnolir-Third prize in 2009 and 2010 MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING, Competition of Electronic composition.


   
Jan 19, 2015 - Feb 6, 2015 • Esme Wang •Writing • San Francisco,CA

Esme Wang

Writing

Location: San Francisco , CA

Dates of residence: Jan 19, 2015 - Feb 6, 2015

http://www.esmewang.com

Esmé Weijun Wang (link: http://www.esmewang.com/) is a writer and speaker. Raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, she received her MFA from the University of Michigan, and has been awarded the Sudler Award, Hopwood Award, and the Elizabeth George Foundation Grant for her writing. The author of the e-book Light Gets In, Wang been published in Salon, The Toast, and Jezebel; she has also appeared in the New Yorker Online, Longreads, the New York Times, and Clementine Daily. She is currently writing an essay collection titled The Collected Schizophrenias.


   
Jan 26, 2015 - Feb 6, 2015 • Anthony Barilla •Interdisciplinary • Houston,TX

Anthony Barilla

Interdisciplinary

Location: Houston , TX

Dates of residence: Jan 26, 2015 - Feb 6, 2015

http://www.truthandreconciliationcommission.com

Anthony Barilla is a musician, writer, and performance artist based in Houston, Texas. Between 1998 and 2007 he worked principally with Infernal Bridegroom Productions, a Houston-based theater company. As a director, composer and performer he contributed to 35 IBP productions, collaborating with artists like Suzan-Lori Parks and Daniel Johnston. In 2007 he moved to Kosovo, where he founded a small non-profit library and worked with the Mitrovica Rock School, an organization restoring rock music culture to the ethnically divided town of Mitrovica. In 2012 DiverseWorks Artspace premiered his original monologue Apocalypse Town. He contributes music to the national radio program "This American Life" and is currently working on a multi-year collaboration called Whole Wide Water with writer Lindsay Kayser, a songwriting collaboration with Merel van Dijk, and a work of his own called Disputed Territories.


   
Feb 2, 2015 - Feb 27, 2015 • Carolyn Chen •Composition • Pasadena,CA

Carolyn Chen

Composition

Location: Pasadena , CA

Dates of residence: Feb 2, 2015 - Feb 27, 2015

http://www.carolyn-chen.com/

Carolyn Chen has made music for supermarkets, demolition districts, and the dark. Her work reconfigures habits of our ears through sound, text, light, image, and movement. Recent projects include an opera mashup of Euripides' Hekabe and Red Riding Hood sung to helicopter and digestion sounds, and an assemblage on gravity interweaving stories about falling, interviews with physicists, and footage from falling cameras, commissioned for the 2014 MATA Festival. Described by The New York Times as "the evening's most consistently alluring... a quiet but lush meditation," her work has been supported by the Fulbright Foundation, Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans, American Composers Forum, ASCAP, MATA, Stanford University, University of California Institute for Research in the Arts, Emory Planetarium, and the Hammer Museum, and presented at festivals and exhibitions in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Israel, Norway, Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, the U.K., Germany, Switzerland, China, Australia, and the U.S.


   
Feb 2, 2015 - Feb 27, 2015 • Eva Nikolova •Visual • New York,NY

Eva Nikolova

Visual

Location: New York , NY

Dates of residence: Feb 2, 2015 - Feb 27, 2015

http://www.evanikolova.com

Eva Nikolova is a Bulgarian‐born visual artist, based in New York. She works primarily in drawing, printmaking, hand‐drawn animation and alternative photo processes exploring themes of memory and identity in relation to a sense of place. Nikolova holds a BFA in Painting and Printmaking from Southern Illinois University and a MFA in Printmaking from Indiana University, Bloomington where she was awarded an all‐inclusive Chancellor's Fellowship for the duration of her studies. She has received over twenty fellowships, scholarships, grants and awards from organization such as Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York Foundation for the Arts, Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, Manhattan Graphics Center, Vermont Studio Center and many others. Her work has been exhibited nationally, as well as in England, Canada, Scotland, and India, and is held in numerous private and public collections.


   
Feb 9, 2015 - Feb 27, 2015 • Kristina Darling •Writing • Ballwin,MD

Kristina Darling

Writing

Location: Ballwin , MD

Dates of residence: Feb 9, 2015 - Feb 27, 2015

http://kristinamariedarling.com

Kristina Marie Darling is the author of twenty collections of poetry and hybrid prose, which include VOW, PETRARCHAN, and FAILURE LYRIC, forthcoming from BlazeVOX Books. Her writing has been honored with a Yaddo residency and a Visiting Artist Fellowship from the American Academy in Rome. She has also held artist-in-residence fellowships at the Ucross Foundation, the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation, the Hambidge Center for the Arts and Sciences, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the Vermont Studio Center, the Ragdale Foundation, the Santa Fe Art Institute, and Willapa Bay AiR. Kristina is the recipient of international literary arts fellowships from the Hawthornden Castle Retreat for Writers and the B.A.U. Institute, as well as grants from the Kittredge Fund and the Elizabeth George Foundation. She is currently working toward a Ph.D. in Poetics at S.U.N.Y.-Buffalo, where she was awarded a Presidential Fellowship.


   
Feb 9, 2015 - Mar 20, 2015 • Dong Li •Writing • Suzhou,China

Dong Li

Writing

Location: Suzhou , China

Dates of residence: Feb 9, 2015 - Mar 20, 2015

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award

Dong Li was born and raised in the People's Republic of China. His honors include fellowships from The Corporation of Yaddo, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Art OMI Ledig House, Henry Luce Foundation/Vermont Studio Center, Millay Colony for the Arts, DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) and Colgate University's Olive B. O'Connor Poet-in-Residence 2013-2014. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Conjunctions, Black Warrior Review, comma, poetry, Hotel Amerika, Denver Quarterly and Cincinnati Review. His work has been translated into German and appeared in manuskripte (Austria). Li is also Editor-at-Large for the international translation journal Asymptote.


   
Mar 2, 2015 - Mar 27, 2015 • Jonathan Ade •Interdisciplinary • Spartanburg,SC

Jonathan Ade

Interdisciplinary

Location: Spartanburg , SC

Dates of residence: Mar 2, 2015 - Mar 27, 2015

http://jonokino.com

Born in suburban Washington, DC, Jonathan Ade began making movies at eight years old. He earned his BFA in Film Production at Emerson College as well as a minor in Creative Writing. His thesis film, "Through and Away", premiered at the National Film Festival for Talented Youth in 2008 and was awarded the Jury Prize for Best Feature. Additionally, Jonathan was the co-creator of the popular mashup trailer "Brokeback to the Future", now on view at the Museum of the Moving Image.
From 2010-2013, Jonathan wrote and directed a series of films entitled "Meditations", in which each short focuses on a introspective moment of everyday life. The series has received numerous laurels from dozens of film festivals across the country. His latest film, "Lay in Wait", was completed in October of 2014 and will begin its festival run next year.
In 2014, Jonathan attended Hub-Bub's Artist-in-Residence program in Spartanburg, SC.


   
Mar 2, 2015 - Mar 27, 2015 • Renee Couture •Visual • Glide,OR

Renee Couture

Visual

Location: Glide , OR

Dates of residence: Mar 2, 2015 - Mar 27, 2015

http://www.rcoutureart.com

Renee Couture's work explores the relationship between capitalism, the environment, and one's community. Through the lens of bio-regional ethics and postmodern environmentalism to articulate the complexity of the public's relationship with their surrounding landscape. Both conceptual and formal, her project-based practice moves fluidly between a sculpture, photography, and installation. She often re-contextualizes quotidian materials as signifiers to explore the shifting meanings of places and spaces, and the relationships people have to those places. Couture graduated from Buena Vista University with a BA in Studio Art 1999, and received her MFA in Visual Art from Vermont College of Fine Arts in 2010. When she's not in teaching or working in her studio, she's working in her garden in rural, southern Oregon. To learn more about her work, visit: www.rcoutureart.com


   
Mar 2, 2015 - Mar 27, 2015 • Alexander Oslance •Visual • Oakland,CA

Alexander Oslance

Visual

Location: Oakland , CA

Dates of residence: Mar 2, 2015 - Mar 27, 2015

http://alexoslance.com

Alex Oslance was born in 1982 in Shaumberg, Illinois. He completed his BFA at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville and MFA at SUNY Albany in 2012. Alex has participated in residencies upon graduation at Vermont Studio Center in Vermont and Elsewhere Studios in Colorado. Oslance recently relocated to Oakland, CA and works out of American Steel Studios. Alex has shown at Feast Gallery in upstate NY, Vox Populi in Philadelphia, and since moving to the Bay Area has exhibited at Lobot Gallery and Art Murmur in Oakland.


   
Mar 2, 2015 - Mar 13, 2015 • Gabriella Tallmadge •Writing • Oceanside,CA

Gabriella Tallmadge

Writing

Location: Oceanside , CA

Dates of residence: Mar 2, 2015 - Mar 13, 2015

http://www.GRTallmadge.com.

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award

Gabriella R. Tallmadge holds an MFA from the University of North Carolina Wilmington and serves as Web & Social Media Manager for www.OnePausePoetry.org, a nonprofit arts organization, reading series, and audio archive. Gabriella's poetry has received a Tennessee Williams Scholarship from the Sewanee Writers' Conference and was chosen by Dorianne Laux for inclusion in the 2014 edition of Best New Poets. She was also a finalist for the 2014 Greg Grummer Poetry Award and the 2014 Blue Mesa Review Annual Contest. Her poems are published or forthcoming in Indiana Review, Passages North, Crazyhorse, Phoebe, and others. Gabriella can be found in California and at www.GRTallmadge.com.


   
Mar 16, 2015 - Apr 17, 2015 • Tyler Capp •Composition • Mechanicsburg,PA

Tyler Capp

Composition

Location: Mechanicsburg , PA

Dates of residence: Mar 16, 2015 - Apr 17, 2015

http://www.tylercapp.com

Tyler Capp (b. 1983) writes relentless, tonally charged, trans-stylistic works in an attempt to reconcile his diverse influences with the curious predicament of being a concert music composer in the 21st Most recently, he was awarded a fellowship by the CULTIVATE program to write a piece for Music from Copland House, and his work Cryptogram for wind ensemble received a 2013 ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award. After earning degrees in composition from the University of Delaware (BM) and Stony Brook University (MA), Tyler began a DMA at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance where he was awarded a prestigious Chancellor's Doctoral Fellowship. His composition teachers have included Jennifer Margaret Barker, Chen Yi, James Mobberley, Paul Rudy, Sheila Silver, Peter Winkler, and Zhou Long.


   
Mar 23, 2015 - Apr 3, 2015 • Crystal Kim •Writing • Chicago,IL

Crystal Kim

Writing

Location: Chicago , IL

Dates of residence: Mar 23, 2015 - Apr 3, 2015

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award

Crystal Hana Kim lives in Chicago and is working on her first novel. She holds a BA in English Literature from Columbia University, an MS in Education from Hunter College, and an MFA in Fiction from Columbia University, where she was awarded a writing fellowship and a two-year teaching fellowship. She has received fellowships and support from the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, the Fine Arts Work Center, the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, Hedgebrook, and the Bread Loaf Bakeless Camargo Fellowship. Currently, she is the Development Manager of Apogee Journal and an education consultant for the University of Chicago's Urban Education Institute.


   
Mar 30, 2015 - Apr 24, 2015 • Sarah E. Brook •Visual • Brooklyn,NY

Sarah E. Brook

Visual

Location: Brooklyn , NY

Dates of residence: Mar 30, 2015 - Apr 24, 2015

http://www.sarahebrook.com

Originally from Reno, Nevada, Sarah E. Brook is a visual artist currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Her mixed-media practice combines painting, sculpture and assemblage. She studied fine art at the University of Notre Dame (BA, 2003) and continued her studies independently at the Art Students League of New York. Brook has exhibited her work widely in the New York area and has won multiple awards, including First Place at Viridian Artists's 25th Annual International Juried Show (NY), juried by Katherine Brinson of the Guggenheim Museum. Her work was most recently exhibited in a solo show at the Greenpoint Gallery, and in group exhibitions at the 440 Gallery, Gowanus Loft, and the WAH Center (Brooklyn). Brook was featured in Artists to Look Out For, Volume I, published by Starry Night Programs, and in Studio Visit Magazine (Winter, 2014).


   
Mar 30, 2015 - Apr 10, 2015 • Aaron Raz Link •Writing • Portland,OR

Aaron Raz Link

Writing

Location: Portland , OR

Dates of residence: Mar 30, 2015 - Apr 10, 2015

Aaron Raz Link is a native Nebraskan, a writer, teacher, and interdisciplinary artist. As well as an MFA in creative writing, he is probably the only person to be both a historian of science and a graduate of clown school. He has created two interactive public exhibits: a collection of family stories provided by visitors, and an ethnographic exhibit of the very little known Outremer people. He has worked in exhibits and education for major natural history museums, toured internationally as a member of the puppetry ensemble Lunatique Fantastique, and taught in venues from homeless service agencies to PhD programs. What Becomes You, part of Tobias Wolff's American Lives series from the University of Nebraska Press, was a Lambda Literary Award finalist in two categories. You can find it here: http://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/product/What-Becomes-You,673156.aspx. You can find his writing in anthologies and journals including Fourth Genre, Brevity, Water-Stone Review, TriQuarterly Online, Transgender Studies Quarterly, bosque,Family Trouble. Currently, he is an assistant professor at the Pacific Northwest College of Art. His most recent project is a nonfiction book about travel, transformation, and the history of vaudeville.


   
Mar 30, 2015 - Apr 17, 2015 • Shea Wilkinson •Visual • Omaha,NE

Shea Wilkinson

Visual

Location: Omaha , NE

Dates of residence: Mar 30, 2015 - Apr 17, 2015

http://www.sheawilkinson.com

Awards: Nebraska Residency Award

Shea Wilkinson is a fiber artist working in art quilts and quilted sculptures. A Nebraska native, Shea has sewn clothes, costumes, quilts, and dolls since childhood. She earned a BA from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in International Studies and German Language. Afterward, she taught English in Mexico, during which time she became passionate about creating art. She returned to the United States in 2011 and immediately pursued a new career as an artist. Shea has exhibited widely, and has won numerous awards for her intricate, thread-based work. She lives in Omaha, Nebraska.


   
Apr 6, 2015 - Apr 17, 2015 • Glenaliz Camacho •Writing • New York,NY

Glenaliz Camacho

Writing

Location: New York , NY

Dates of residence: Apr 6, 2015 - Apr 17, 2015

Glendaliz Camacho was born and raised in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York City. Her writing has appeared in All About Skin: An Anthology of Short Fiction by Award-Winning Women Writers of Color (University of Wisconsin Press, 2014), Southern Pacific Review, and The Acentos Review, among others. She was a 2013 Pushcart Prize nominee and is currently working on a short story collection.


   
Apr 13, 2015 - May 1, 2015 • Debra Weiner •Writing • Chicago,IL

Debra Weiner

Writing

Location: Chicago , IL

Dates of residence: Apr 13, 2015 - May 1, 2015


   
Apr 20, 2015 - May 8, 2015 • Eliot Fisher •Interdisciplinary • Austin,TX

Eliot Fisher

Interdisciplinary

Location: Austin , TX

Dates of residence: Apr 20, 2015 - May 8, 2015

ARCOS combines choreography, theater, sound design, music, and interactive media to push past the lines that separate artistic disciplines and to innovate new forms of transmedia performance relevant to contemporary audiences, which explore the complexity of being human and the turbulent process of traditions in flux.

Eliot Gray Fisher is Multimedia Director of ARCOS, where he propels the group's inventive integration of new media and compelling dramatic narrative into performance, serving as video producer, composer, pianist, sound designer, writer, and director. He has composed music for short and feature film, theater, and dance and has written eleven original theater productions with music, many of which he also directed. He has also designed curriculum and taught various media arts courses at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, Youth Media Project, and Santa Fe Preparatory School.


   
Apr 20, 2015 - May 8, 2015 • Erica Gionfriddo •Interdisciplinary • Austin,TX

Erica Gionfriddo

Interdisciplinary

Location: Austin , TX

Dates of residence: Apr 20, 2015 - May 8, 2015

ARCOS combines choreography, theater, sound design, music, and interactive media to push past the lines that separate artistic disciplines and to innovate new forms of transmedia performance relevant to contemporary audiences, which explore the complexity of being human and the turbulent process of traditions in flux.

Erica Gionfriddo is Executive and Associate Artist Director of ARCOS, for which she serves as choreographer and performer. She began formal dance training at age sixteen and has performed repertoire of choreographers including Anna Sokolow, David Parsons, Robert Moses, Gail Gilbert, Arturo Fernandez, and John Lehrer. She has been commissioned to choreograph for Moorehead State University, Shenandoah Conservatory, Motion X Dance DC, and INTERDANSA, where her work toured thirty cities in Catalonia, Spain. Erica is also a certified Pilates Mat Teacher Trainer, GYROKINESIS® and GYROTONIC® trainer, focusing on the individual's capabilities.


   
Apr 20, 2015 - May 15, 2015 • Nathan Miller •Visual • Brooklyn,NY

Nathan Miller

Visual

Location: Brooklyn , NY

Dates of residence: Apr 20, 2015 - May 15, 2015

Nathan Miller grew up in Bellevue, Nebraska. In 2009, He moved to Baltimore to study painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). After receiving his BFA in 2012, he moved to Brooklyn, New York where he now lives and works. In Brooklyn, Nathan continues his solo painting practice, but he is also collaborating with other artists on various group projects. Recently, he has developed an interest in landscapes, particularly Plains and Grasslands.

During his residency, he plans to closely study the local landscape and redefine his Nebraska roots.


   
Apr 20, 2015 - May 8, 2015 • Curtis Uhlemann •Interdisciplinary • Austin,TX

Curtis Uhlemann

Interdisciplinary

Location: Austin , TX

Dates of residence: Apr 20, 2015 - May 8, 2015

ARCOS combines choreography, theater, sound design, music, and interactive media to push past the lines that separate artistic disciplines and to innovate new forms of transmedia performance relevant to contemporary audiences, which explore the complexity of being human and the turbulent process of traditions in flux.

Curtis Uhlemann is Artistic Director of ARCOS. He was performing nationally at age eleven and began formal dance training at nineteen, going on to study and perform works by José Limón, Betty Jones, Lisa Race, David Dorfman, Paul Taylor, David Parsons, and Mark Morris. Curtis served as designer and choreographer for the Boston Crusaders Drum and Bugle Corps and ten time world champions Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps. His choreography has been presented throughout the United States and Europe, receiving acclaim from the government of Spain, Dancing Times, and Dance Magazine, which recognized its exceptional use of space layered with visceral movement and a keen sense of musicality.


   
May 4, 2015 - May 22, 2015 • Claudia Putnam •Writing • Glenwood Springs,CO

Claudia Putnam

Writing

Location: Glenwood Springs , CO

Dates of residence: May 4, 2015 - May 22, 2015

http://www.claudiaputnam.com

Claudia Putnam is a fiction writer and poet living on the Western Slope of Colorado with a husband, two indefatigable dogs, and a deranged cat. Her work appears in dozens of literary journals, including Confrontation, South Dakota Review, Phoebe, Cimarron Review, Barrow Street, and Poetry East. A poetry chapbook, Wild Thing in Our Known World, came out in 2013 from Finishing Line Press. She has held the George Bennett Fellowship at Phillips Exeter Academy. Her preoccupation right now is a novel manuscript, WHILE BUTCH ROBS TRAINS. Putnam facilitates writing workshops locally and will teach a poetry appreciation class in 2015. Somehow, she's managed to raise a son who has just earned a degree in physics and applied math.


   
May 11, 2015 - May 22, 2015 • Alison Barker •Writing • New Orleans,LA

Alison Barker

Writing

Location: New Orleans , LA

Dates of residence: May 11, 2015 - May 22, 2015

Alison Barker is a writer and educator living in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her fiction has been published at Monkeybicycle, Anemone Sidecar, Fwriction: Review, Switchback, Front Porch, Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art, among others. Her work has been nominated for Sundress Publications' Best of the Web, Pushcart and AWP Intro Journals awards. Her novel in progress, The Wetlands of America, was a 2014 shortlist finalist for the William Faulkner-Wisdom writing award for Novel-In-Progress. She is a contributor at Los Angeles Review of Books, Identity Theory, Bookslut and other publications. She is founder and editor of Nola Studiola, a New Orleans-based online collaboration of interview, essay, and multi-media art.


   
May 11, 2015 - May 29, 2015 • Deborah Hardt •Visual • Sunnyside,NY

Deborah Hardt

Visual

Location: Sunnyside , NY

Dates of residence: May 11, 2015 - May 29, 2015

Deborah is fascinated by the colors and brilliance of empty landscapes, be they in a desert or the middle of Manhattan. Her work seeks to illuminate the overlooked regality and fragility of desolate terrain. The images from Western Nebraska hold a particular allure; the weather there is harsh and violent. It has carved its intensity on the land. The quiet and austere beauty of the high plains is at once both isolating and sustaining. Its drama and subtle, sad beauty are what she captures in her photography. Deborah has worked as a media producer creating photography, documentaries, short films, and Internet adventure videos for school children. Currently she works as a photo producer and photographer in New York. She photographs using a traditional 4x5 camera primarily in Western Nebraska where she was raised on a farm and ranch.


   
May 11, 2015 - May 22, 2015 • Ted Moore •Composition • Minneapolis,MN

Ted Moore

Composition

Location: Minneapolis , MN

Dates of residence: May 11, 2015 - May 22, 2015

http://www.tedmooremusic.com

Ted Moore is a composer, sound designer, and music educator living in Minneapolis. His work has been reviewed as "an impressive achievement both artistically and technically," "wonderfully creepy," and "epic." Ted's work focuses on live electronic processing using the programming language SuperCollider. His music has been premiered by Spektral Quartet, Yarn/Wire, AVIDduo (Dallas), Firebird Ensemble (Boston), and RenegadeEnsemble (MSP), and has been performed across the country including Fredericksburg, VA (Electroacoustic Barn Dance); Richmond, KY (Eastern Kentucky University); Berkeley, CA (Festival of Contemporary Music); Chicago, IL (Access Contemporary Music); Kirksville, MO (New Horizons Music Festival); Denton, TX (Denton Women's Club); and Minneapolis, MN (Cedar Cultural Center). Ted has also been featured as a sound installation artist by the St. Paul Public Library, TC Make, and notably at the 2014 Northern Spark Festival in Minneapolis. Ted is the Artistic Co- Director of Spitting Image, a Minneapolis-St. Paul composer collective. Contact him at www.tedmooremusic.com.


   
May 18, 2015 - May 29, 2015 • Elizabeth Moran •Visual • San Francisco,CA

Elizabeth Moran

Visual

Location: San Francisco , CA

Dates of residence: May 18, 2015 - May 29, 2015

http://elizabethmoran.com

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award

Elizabeth Moran lives and works in San Francisco. She received her BFA in Photography and Imaging at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in New York and her MFA in Fine Art and MA in Visual and Critical Studies at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Her work is directed by a preoccupation with evidence of unknown or little understood histories. Moran's work has been presented internationally and has been published in The New York Times Lens Blog, The British Journal of Photography, HotShoe, and Wired, among others. Moran was awarded a Murphy and Cadogan Fellowship in 2012 and a Tierney Fellowship in 2013. She was named one of the winners of Magenta Foundation's Flash Forward (US) for 2013 and, in 2014 she was included in Photoboite's 30 Under 30 Women in Photography and the CENTER Santa Fe 100. website: elizabethmoran.com


   
May 25, 2015 - Jun 19, 2015 • Sally Franson •Writing • Minneapolis,MN

Sally Franson

Writing

Location: Minneapolis , MN

Dates of residence: May 25, 2015 - Jun 19, 2015

http://sallyfranson.com

Sally Franson's fiction has appeared in Witness, Word Riot, The Great River Review, and elsewhere. Recipient of a 2014 Minnesota State Arts Board Grant and 2014 Ucross Foundation residency, she received her MFA at the University of Minnesota, where she currently lectures. Find her online at sallyfranson.com.


   
May 25, 2015 - Jun 5, 2015 • Kit Frick •Writing • Brooklyn,NY

Kit Frick

Writing

Location: Brooklyn , NY

Dates of residence: May 25, 2015 - Jun 5, 2015

http://www.kitfrick.com

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award

Kit Frick is the author of two chapbooks: Echo, Echo, Light (winner of the Slope Editions Chapbook Contest, 2013) and Kill Your Darlings, Clementine (Rye House Press, 2013). Kit studied poetry at Sarah Lawrence College and received her MFA from Syracuse University, where she served as poetry editor for Salt Hill Journal. Her poems have recently appeared in places like Crazyhorse, DIAGRAM, Conduit, CutBank, Sixth Finch, and Forklift, Ohio, and have been featured on Verse Daily. The Chapbook Editor for Black Lawrence Press, Kit lives in Brooklyn with her husband and lives online at www.kitfrick.com. She is at work on two full-length poetry collections and a YA novel.


   
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