Playform Digital Artist Residency

Playform Digital Artist Residency

This Deadline Expired: Monday, November 30, 2020

We’re excited to announce the Playform Digital Artist Residency, a unique program that brings together art and technology to develop emerging digital artists.

Each month, Playform selects one digital artist to participate in our month-long program.

While in residency, artist will:

Get unlimited credits to use Playform AI
Collaborate with Playform’s AI experts in weekly office hours
Receive coaching on how to extend the reach of their work
Be featured across Playform’s social media as our Artist in Residence
Work from the safety of home via Zoom, email and chat Receive a $1,000 stipend

Does this sound like an opportunity for you?
Click below to learn more about the selection and application processes.

Please share this with your friends and any art communities that you’re a part of. This is an ongoing program, so we will be selecting people every month.

Stuart Lehrman

Stuart Lehrman's practice involves dialogue between order and chaos. Constantly experimenting with the physical properties…

Stuart Lehrman's practice involves dialogue between order and chaos. Constantly experimenting with the physical properties of paint, between adding and subtracting, making and unmaking, working to a…

Stuart Lehrman's practice involves dialogue between order and chaos. Constantly experimenting with the physical properties of paint, between adding and subtracting, making and unmaking, working to a place where he loses…

Daniel Oliva

A Philadelphia-based artist working in painting, drawing and photography who explores themes of social inequality throughout…

A Philadelphia-based artist working in painting, drawing and photography who explores themes of social inequality throughout history by utilizing figuration, abstraction and diagrammatic methods. …

A Philadelphia-based artist working in painting, drawing and photography who explores themes of social inequality throughout history by utilizing figuration, abstraction and diagrammatic methods. …

D’nae Harrison
Danielle Cartier
Nhi Vo
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