Resident Shared Resources

These documents and links are items shared in our group meetings that may be relevant to your studio practice. Please feel free to send me new resources for the group.

Art Share LA • Newsletter

SAIC Grant WorkshopMaterials

SAIC Grant WorkshopVideo

Artist Grants Guide 2021

A dreamy residency for women only.https://www.turkeylandcovefoundation.org/

Ora Lerman Trust in PA: https://www.lermantrust.org/soaringgardens/#Application

Wayfarers in BK. My friend did this one in July, it’s for teaching artists only-they set you up with a bunch of studio visits http://www.brooklynwayfarers.org/t-art
https://www.ipcny.org/

My friend (Gina) Mary also has this ongoing spreadsheet of opportunities https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1P8p1narpn3UYcCvn209TirIZ5n-lrfWuTTSzI8AVIfU/edit#gid=0


Workshops available in this onehttps://www.nyfa.org/Opportunities/Show/8c1a8505-05d0-40d2-9f66-d4eaaaf8dedf

One Reply to “Resident Shared Resources”

  1. Chinese American International School (CAIS) is in the process of developing new programming to supplant our second year of cancelled international trips due to the pandemic. We are excited for this opportunity to collaborate with partners–both global and local–to create something brand new.

    Since October 2020, the CAIS Middle School has been safely and successfully holding classes under a Hybrid model–50% on campus, 50% at home. Our China-focused programming for 7th and 8th graders will take place this spring from March 29-April 9, 2021. We hope to provide students a robust slate of Mandarin-language programming in order to round out their dual language curriculum and simulate the language environment on international trips. After a tumultuous year of online and hybrid learning, I’m hoping to offer our students a rich, engaging (and fun!) two weeks to practice their Mandarin and engage in cultural exchange while maintaining the strict health and safety regulations currently in place.

    To that end, we are looking for community mentors and creators to serve as guest instructors during this two week period. While the language of instruction must be Mandarin, we are open to age-appropriate content in any of the following disciplines:

    – Culinary Arts
    – Visual Arts – traditional, contemporary, or anywhere in between
    – Handicrafts
    – Dance, Martial Arts, Tai Chi or other movement-based instruction
    – Theater/Drama
    – Cinema Studies
    – Urban Studies
    – Chinese Literature, History, or Social Studies

    CAIS is fully equipped to facilitate instruction over Zoom (with guest instructors tuning in from an offsite location), or to invite guest instructors onto our Middle School campus at 888 Turk St for in-person instruction. Guest instructors will be thoroughly briefed on and expected to adhere to all of our on-campus health and safety regulations, including masking, distancing, and daily temperature/symptom checks. Guest instructors will also be required to participate in COVID-19 RT-PCR surveillance testing for the week prior to and duration of their time on campus. Testing is provided by Mirimus Labs, a safe, easy, and highly accurate saliva test administered to all CAIS faculty, staff, and students on a weekly basis. We are very proud of our community’s adherence to both on-campus and governmental health and safety regulations, and are happy to answer questions on this or other details anytime!

    We hope to use this course as an opportunity to invite Bay Area artists, makers, chefs, thinkers, and movers into our community to share their stories and expertise with our bilingual students. If appropriate, please feel free to forward contact information on potential contacts, or have interested parties reach out directly to me at j_farrell@cais.org or by phone at 310-334-9445. 用中文,英文都可以!

    All the best,
    Julie Farrell

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