In this five-day onsite residency in Amelia, Italy, participants will engage with activist-based artists and writers through workshops, lectures, and panel discussions, in order to learn what it takes to be an activist artist engaging in social justice. Artists will include both Italian and American artists engaging in community-based artworks and/or social justice activism who will share their experiences through both artmaking demonstrations and discussion practices. Participants will be immersed in a variety of community-based learning experiences in order to broaden their understanding of artivism in the contemporary moment and how they can utilize these methodologies in their own practice and home communities.

Visiting artists will include an array of ways in which activism through art can contribute to the larger community. Artists include Cristiano Carrotti, Aviva Jobin-Leebs, Erin Latham Ph.D., Angela M. Mosley Ph.D., and Stacey Eskelin

Residency Dates: 31st August – 5th September 2022, (5) days.

The 5 residency FULL GRANTS will include:

  • Participation in the residential module The Art of C-A-R-E;
  • Full board;
  • Accommodation (single room, shared bathroom facilities – for 5 nights); and
  • Use of a shared studio space and workshop facilities.

All costs for travel and travel visas (as needed) are intended at the sole expense of the selected participants. Maximum number of Participants: 7

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YAC Artist in Residency (AiR) Application

The Art of C-A-R-E: Intersectionality & Justice Symposium Artivism Residency & Workshop 2022.
A five (5) day residential module immersive exploration of activism and the Arts within the community.

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