Studio Artist Residency Award Dartmouth College USA

Prize: Other distinction

Description

The Artist-in-Residence Program began in 1932 and took its current form in 1962 hosting three or four artists of distinction per year. The artists reside on campus for a ten week term, during which they continue their work, interact with students and faculty and participate in the life of Dartmouth College and the Upper Valley community. Artists are chosen by a Studio Art faculty committee and exhibit their work in the Jaffe- Friede Gallery. The Studio Art Department produces a catalog and provides studio space and living accommodations for the artist.
Degree of recognitionInternational
OrganisationsDartmouth College

Keywords

  • Fine Art

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