While only in its second season, ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions) is quickly becoming known as a commanding residency model and excellent opportunity for emerging artists.
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Currently, the National Park Service offers 29 different Artist-in-Residence programs in 25 states. For this final off-grid residency profile, Joshua Tree National Park AIR program was chosen to represent these somewhat obscure, and possibly underutilized, federal resources.
THE LAND/an art site is the fourth in a series of Site/Project Profiles that present off-grid, hyper-isolated residencies. Founded in 1998, this residency maintains an outdoor work/exhibition site in the Manzano Mountains of central New Mexico devoted exclusively to site-specific, environmentally low-impact, land-based art.
PLAND (Practice Liberating Art through Necessary Dislocation) is the third in a series of Site/Project Profiles that present off-grid, hyper-isolated residencies. In 2011, PLAND will launch “The Summer of Alternative Power,” which include programs that propose alternative models to the mainstream systems of power; electricity, water, currency and production.
Andes Sprouts Society is the second in a series of Site/Project Profiles that present off-grid, hyper-isolated residencies. Andes Sprouts Society offers 2 day to one month residencies to individuals integrating media, art, technology and farming. Applications for summer 2011 are due April, 15th.
Isolation Room/Gallery Kit’s presence in Daniel McGrath and Dana Turkovic’s dining room may even be overshadowed by the unanimous acclaim it has received. The dual-titled project exists as both a singular viewing experience and an eminently exportable gallery with downloadable blueprints.
Temporary Art Review is a platform for contemporary art criticism that focuses on alternative spaces and critical exchange among disparate art communities. Temporary was founded in the Midwest with a national network of contributors and highlights both practical and theoretical discourse through exhibition reviews, interviews, essays and features on artist-run spaces and projects.