Spread Art Live / Work Residency Proposal

Thank you for your interest in a Spread Art residency. Spread Art's Detroit-based artist residency program invites local, regional, national and international artists to develop and present work in collabortion with the creative communities of Detroit. Below is a general overview of the program, however, all residencies are ultimately tailored to the individual artist's needs and interests.

Spread Art residencies provide housing, rehearsal and/or studio space, event and/or exhibition opportunities, and introductions to Detroit artists, venues, and more through residency dinners and additional social opportunities.

Spread Art artists in residence stay at the residency apartment at detroit contemporary in Woodbridge. Rehearsal and studio space are provided at Spread Art @detroit contemporary, a facility with a fully-outfitted 900 sq ft performance space, 4 artist studios, 150 sq ft outdoor stage, 700 sq ft gallery, 200 sq ft outdoor projection area, and more. Spread Art works with each artist in advance to determine what event/exhibition support is needed and can be provided.

Spread Art is currently able to provide 6 fully subsidized (no cost to artist) residencies each year. Additional residencies are 2/3 subsidized, with artists paying a portion of costs through an administrative fee of $200/week or $550/month.

Spread Art is a member of the worldwide network of artist residencies, Res Artis. To learn more about the residencies that Spread Art offers, visit http://tinyurl.com/resartis-spreadart. To learn more about Spread Art, visit www.spreadart.org.

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