Deadline: July 7th, 2014 

The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) Artist Residency Program provides a platform and support for the development of new work, while simultaneously offering artists unique opportunities to connect and collaborate with our community. Artists-in-residence each receive studio and funding support during their fifteen-week stay at the BCA.

Program Overview: Focus on Public Engagement
The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) is accepting applications for the 2014-2015 Artist Residency Program. This season, the BCA’s Artist Residency Program puts special emphasis on artist projects that engage the public in direct and innovative ways, whether through collaborative activities, participatory public installations, performance, intervention or other imaginative activation.

Financial Support: Artists receive a $1,500. honorarium,  paid out as follows: $1,000. will be issued at the beginning  of  the  residency,  and  $500 to be paid contingent upon the program’s completion unless an alternate agreement is made between the artist and the BCA. In addition to the honorarium, artists will be reimbursed up to $1,000.* for expenses incurred in the course of realizing the project. [*subject to change]

For more detailed information, eligibility requirements, and application form (PDF): http://bcaonline.org/images/documents/artist_residency_call_2014_15.pdf

Website link: http://bcaonline.org/visualarts/artist-residency-program.html

About: The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) is a not-for-profit performing and visual arts campus that supports working artists to create, perform and exhibit new works; develops new audiences; and connects the arts to community.


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