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June 30, 2013

The Alliance of Artists Communities is excited to announce that Guillermo Gómez-Peña will deliver the closing keynote address of the 2013 Annual Conference in San Jose, CA.  Guillermo Gómez-Peña is a performance artist, writer, activist, radical pedagogue and director of San Francisco performance troupe La Pocha Nostra. 

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The Sacatar Foundation, in partnership with Dance/USA Philadelphia, will provide up to eight Fellowships in 2014 for US-based dancers and choreographers (US citizens and legal US residents.) Individuals may apply as well as small ensembles of up to three dancers. The Fellowships will include airfare, studio, room and board for eight-week residency sessions at Sacatar's seaside estate in Itaparica, Bahia, Brazil. Two of the residency sessions in 2014 will provide the opportunity for the Dance...

Anchorage, Alaska -- The Rasmuson Foundation announced this week the launch of a new artist residency program beginning this fall. The Rasmuson Foundation Artist Residency Program will bring four artists to Alaska later this year and send four Alaska artists to the Lower 48 in 2014.

“Magical things happen when an artist is transported, even temporarily, to a new environment,” said Rasmuson Foundation Program Officer Jayson Smart. “...

Point Reyes, California: The nationally renowned writers’ retreat, the Mesa Refuge, announ­ced today that it has hired Susan Page Tillett to serve as its executive director, begin­ning in October. 

Mesa Refuge founder Peter Barnes said: “I met Susan last year when I was a writer in residence at Ragdale, an artist community near Chicago.  Seeing how she built the program there, I asked if she would take a look at the...

McColl Center for Visual Art will create an artist-lead Arts & Ecology Community Campus in alliance with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership in the Brightwalk Community at Historic Double Oaks, with $400,000 in support from ArtPlace America. The Arts and Ecology Campus was chosen from more than 1,200 applications as an exceptional example of creative placemaking.

ArtPlace America is a collaboration of leading national and regional foundations, banks and federal...