residencies

Start Date: 
16 Apr 2009
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Eyebeam is holding a “How To Apply” Forum on April 16 at 7 PM featuring past Eyebeam Resident and recent Residency Curatorial Panelist Robert Ransick (Bennington College, Vermont) and current Eyebeam Senior Fellow Steve Lambert (Parsons/The New School and Hunter College).  The forum is a chance for those interetsed in applying to our current cycle of Eyebeam Residencies, open April 1 – May 15, to ask questions and have dicussions with those who have gone through it and seen both sides of the application process, both as an artist and a selection panelist.

 
Projects: Residencies, residency
People: Robert Ransick, Roddy Schrock, Steve Lambert
Tags: apply, residencies

FAQ

Answers to some of Eyebeam’s most frequently asked application questions can be found below.

FAQ: Applying to Eyebeam Residency or Fellowship

International/out of town applicants

Out of town residents and fellows are responsible for their travel costs, accommodation, and moving expenses. Eyebeam staff will assist as much as possible with locating accommodation in New York.  We can also provide advice in contacting agencies to help negotiate Visa requirements to live and work in the United States.

Residency applicants interested in being considered for a future residency cycle should indicate this preference in the the application form. This can be helpful when taking into consideration the length of time to procure the appropriate visa.

Fellowship applicants can only apply for the current cycle.

Residency vs. Fellowship: What’s the difference?

 
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About the Residency

Eyebeam residencies support the creative research, production and presentation of initiatives querying art, technology and culture. The 5 month residency is a period of concentration and immersion in artistic investigation, daring research or production of visionary, experimental applications and projects. Past initiatives have ranged from moving image, sound and physical computing works to technical prototypes, installations and public interventions. For further information, please see our FAQ.

 
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