Opportunity for MFA students (residency/exhibition) at Locust Projects

Opportunity for MFA students (residency/exhibition) at Locust Projects

This Deadline Expired: Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Residency opportunity: June 18, 2018 to August 4, 2018

Artists can stay as long as they wish during this period as long as their installation is completed by July 13 and they are present for any committed public programs.
Deadline: Monday, April 23, 2018 — EXTENDED TO MAY 2, 2018

Opportunity Description

Locust Projects, Miami’s longest-running alternative art space, invites graduate-level artists to submit project proposals for an exhibition in our Project Room during the summer of 2018. Exhibition proposals should reflect an expansion of an artist’s practice in conceptual scope, scale or media. Proposals can reflect work that will be created for the exhibition or new work that has never been presented before. Priority will be given to projects that demonstrate exceptionally unique methods, processes, or concepts, particularly those that could not be presented in a traditional gallery setting.

We accept proposals from artists working in any media and artists can apply as individuals or two-person collaboratives presenting a singular idea. Special consideration will be given to artists who are presenting work that is directly related to their MFA studies or artists who have never realized a solo exhibition previously.

All artists must be currently enrolled in an MFA program during the spring of 2018 to apply for the LAB MFA program. Locust Projects provides a stipend for project-related costs up to $1,000, a budget of $500 towards travel costs to and from Miami, and free accomodations at Locust Projects’ furnished residence house located one block from Locust and Miami’s Design District starting June 18 and available through August 4. As part of their project, the artist will commit to the creation of a public program, either a public Practice + Process presentation, performance, or other program of the artist’s choosing. Collaborations with other Miami-based organizations or individuals is encouraged.
The selected artist will have support from the Exhibitions Manager to assist on logistics related to the installation, the creation of exhibition texts, promotion, and any programs related to the project.

The exhibition will open with a public reception on Saturday, July 14, 2018 in conjunction with the opening of the summer co-hort of Locust Art Builders, an art immersive for up to 25 Miami-based teens that takes place in the Main Gallery simultaneous with LAB MFA.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Artist resume or CV. Please include artist contact information.
Project proposal (500 word max.), including budget for supplies (up to $1,000)
Images/renderings of proposed artwork for Locust Projects’ LP2.
The floor plan is available here
Artist Statement – (max. 250 words)
Images: 8 images of recent/ related work with captions accompanying all images
Letter of recommendation from a current professor

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Paula Cahill

Paula Cahill's abstract paintings, comprised of single continuous meandering lines, often have the luminous quality of a…

Paula Cahill's abstract paintings, comprised of single continuous meandering lines, often have the luminous quality of a LED light or screen and invite participation by the viewer.…

Paula Cahill's abstract paintings, comprised of single continuous meandering lines, often have the luminous quality of a LED light or screen and invite participation by the viewer.…

Wendy Raskas Greenberg

Wendy is a Self-taught Collage Artist. The main focus of her Mixed Media Collage Work is to intermingle the old with the…

Wendy is a Self-taught Collage Artist. The main focus of her Mixed Media Collage Work is to intermingle the old with the new. I push boundaries to create & discover different processes in which to incorporate…

Wendy is a Self-taught Collage Artist. The main focus of her Mixed Media Collage Work is to intermingle the old with the new. I push boundaries to create & discover different processes in which to incorporate images of older,…

Khalif Rivers

Philadelphia native Khalif Rivers is a self-taught photographer interested in capturing the remnants of “Old Philadelphia”…

Philadelphia native Khalif Rivers is a self-taught photographer interested in capturing the remnants of “Old Philadelphia” via the city’s unique industrial, commercial, and residential architecture.…

Philadelphia native Khalif Rivers is a self-taught photographer interested in capturing the remnants of “Old Philadelphia” via the city’s unique industrial, commercial, and residential architecture.…

Laura Petrovich-Cheney

Laura Petrovich-Cheney's work focuses on resurrecting debris found in the natural environment. Her autobiography and…

Laura Petrovich-Cheney's work focuses on resurrecting debris found in the natural environment. Her autobiography and the environment inform her work as she documents place and experience.…

Laura Petrovich-Cheney's work focuses on resurrecting debris found in the natural environment. Her autobiography and the environment inform her work as she documents place and experience.…

Andrea Snyder

Andrea Snyder, BFA, cum laude Tyler School of Art, MFA program NYU with additional studies at Wharton, University of the…

Andrea Snyder, BFA, cum laude Tyler School of Art, MFA program NYU with additional studies at Wharton, University of the Arts, and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, is a prize-winning printmaking & mixed…

Andrea Snyder, BFA, cum laude Tyler School of Art, MFA program NYU with additional studies at Wharton, University of the Arts, and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, is a prize-winning printmaking & mixed media artist who…

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