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Opportunity to Host an International ArtsLink Fellow: APPLY!

Opportunity to Host an International ArtsLink Fellow: APPLY!

2014 ArtsLink Fellows in Visual and Media Arts

 CEC ArtsLink is pleased to announce the opportunity to host the recently selected 2014 ArtsLink Fellows for five-week residencies. US cultural organizations are encouraged to apply to host these international artists and arts managers in visual and media arts from October 9 to November 12, 2014.  International and domestic travel and visas are arranged and paid for by CEC ArtsLink.  

 This unique program allows organizations throughout the US to create opportunities for local artists and community members to interact with arts professionals from any of 37 eligible overseas countries. Selected host organizations will receive: 

•  funding to cover living, working and materials costs for the Fellow’s residency;

•  modest support to cover administrative costs.

Organizations that would like to host an ArtsLink Fellow should submit a letter of interest. Letters will be reviewed on a rolling basis but must be received no later than June 1, 2014. Please see the CEC ArtsLink website for information on the ArtsLink Fellows and the application process. For additional information, contact Tamalyn Miller at tmiller@cecartslink.org.

Please forward or post this information to reach organizations that may be interested in this opportunity. 

 

2014 ArtsLink Fellows in Visual and Media Arts

Harutyun Alpetyan (Armenia), curator, co-founder of art venue

Neno Belchev (Bulgaria), video artist

Alexey Buldakov (Russia), visual artist, researcher

Larisa David (Romania), site-specific and community-engaged artist

Victor Dia (Romania), photographer

Maida Gruden (Serbia), visual arts programmer

Olha Kotska (Ukraine), cultural center director

Yekaterina Nikonorova (Kazakhstan), community-engaged artist

Michal Novotny (Czech Republic), project manager, curator

Ghenadie Popescu (Moldova), stop-motion animator, performance artist

Lana Sokolova (Azerbaijan), contemporary art project manager

Irina Spicaka (Latvia), audiovisual media artist

Neja Tomšič (Slovenia), producer, co-founder of transitory art organization

Vitto Valentinov (Bulgaria), multimedia artist

Natalija Vujošević (Montenegro), multimedia artist

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