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October 02, 2018

PROVIDENCE, RI – The Alliance of Artists Communities is thrilled to announce...

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September 07, 2018

The Alliance is pleased to announce two exciting new opportunities for residency leaders and...

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September 06, 2018

Woodside, CA - Djerassi Resident Artists Program is proud to be part of a collaborative...

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August 20, 2014

This is the age of information.
We are online, on the phone, on newsfeeds, on air, and sometimes on overload. Take a deep breath with us now as we turn off the data streams and make room for some plain old wit and wisdom in This is Personal, a new series of short interviews with directors of artists communities in which we invite them to tell us what's on their minds and ask them how they got here from there.


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August 14, 2014

The Alliance of Artists Communities has a new address! Please update your records:

144 Westminster Street
Providence, RI 02903 U.S.A.

July 09, 2014

Next Spring the Rauschenberg Residency on Captiva Island (Florida) is hosting a different sort of residency - one that is not centered in airy studios or fabled lawns of the residency grounds, but rather far offshore in the rising waters of the Gulf of Mexico. In a new program set to launch in 2015, the Residency will bring together nine artists to work with scientists, ecologists and other experts on the island to explore what climate change and quickly rising waters will mean for our land...

Environmental art contributes to the environment around it, enriching its community and fostering a relationship between the people and the place, and the people in the place.... The McColl Center for Art + Innovation has had an environmental artist residency program since 2009, but a $400,000 grant from ArtPlace America last summer is enabling the Center to create an artist-led Arts & Ecology Community...
May 27, 2014

This is the age of information. We are online, on the phone, on newsfeeds, on air, and sometimes on overload. Take a deep breath with us now as we turn off the data streams and make room for some plain old wit and wisdom in This is Personal, a new series of short interviews with directors of artists communities in which we invite them to tell us what's on their minds and ask them how they got here from there.


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