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Hambidge Partners with Goat Farm Art Center on Commission Program

Field Ex-per-i-ment - To examine an intervention in naturally occurring environments. Less artificial than laboratory experiments, certain variables can be manipulated but conditions generally cannot be controlled.

In the spirit of nurturing creative research, development, and action, The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences and The Goat Farm Arts Center have joined forces to launch an exciting new public action project in Atlanta. FIELD EXPERIMENT aims to fully realize an ambitious singular vision with the following support: $20,000 commission, a residency, and administrative & production support.

The program was created to inspire work that is interactive, community-driven, collaborative, and accessible to the public. The call for proposal seeks artists, scientists, architects, performers, and visionaries looking to individually or collectively to dream big and collaborate on an inspired creation.

The Call for Proposals is open until February 24th. For more information go to:

The Goat Farm Arts Center – An award winning creative industrial complex in West Midtown Atlanta. Our model, designed to attract a broad collection of forward-thinking ventures, has repositioned an unproductive 19th century factory into one of Atlanta’s largest Centers for Contemporary Art & Performance.

The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences – For over 80 years, the non-profit organization has awarded residency fellowships to distinguished artists and scientists at our 600-acre creative sanctuary in the Blue Ridge Mountains.  The Center is funded in part by the Fulton County Commission under the guidance of the Fulton County Arts & Culture, the Georgia Council for the Arts through the appropriations of the Georgia General Assembly, and the National Endowment for the Arts.