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Manifest Artist Residency Award 2019/20

Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center   /   Deadline: 04/09/19

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Artists are invited to submit complete applications to the Manifest Artist Residency program (MAR) located in the vibrant historic urban neighborhood of East Walnut Hills in Cincinnati.

Applications will be reviewed on a competitive basis. One or two artists will be selected as the recipient(s) of the MAR award which consists of the following: 

--Free 24/7 use of a private studio
--Free Drawing League Membership at Manifest Drawing Center
--Consideration for teaching courses in our studio program, for pay, during the course of the residency.
--Regular public exposure of artwork in-progress and working studio during Manifest exhibit receptions to well over 2000 members of the public.
--The opportunity to submit to any and all of Manifest's calls for entry for which the artist is eligible, with the entry fees waived.
--The participation in a MAR Showcase exhibit in the gallery near the conclusion of the Residency. This is contingent upon approval by the Director and the availability of suitable work.
If a show is presented, the Resident Artist's exhibited work will be featured in a chapter of that season's Manifest Exhibition Annual publication.
--The  presentation of an artist talk to the public at or near the conclusion of the Residency.

Notification of Selection: Early May 2019
Artist Residency commences: By July 1, 2019 (for a one year period)

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Manifest GalleryCincinnati, OH



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Erin Corley
2727 Woodburn Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45206

P: 513-861-3638

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