04 Feb Call for Artists: Socially Distant Art Seeking Full-Time Art Residents
Socially Distant Art (SDA) is a digitally-based, grassroots arts residency program with a focus on cultivating accessibility and inclusivity in residents’ creative and organizational practices. SDA is shaping its program with an intersectional approach to accessibility, building its work upon innovations within mutual aid movements and the Disability Activism community.
Socially Distant Art (SDA) is seeking a new cohort of artists, creators, and organizers for a no-fee, accessibility-focused, virtual residency. Applications are open to national and international creatives of all experience levels and disciplines, including (but not limited to) visual artists, sound/audio artists, performers, composers, choreographers, writers, filmmakers, arts administrators, cultural leaders, and creative producers. SDA wants applicants who have a sincere commitment to creating a more accessible and inclusive arts world and are interested in developing and participating in a new, digitally-based arts community.https://sociallydistantart.org/news-program-updates-public/call-for-residentsType of Opportunity: Fully online art residency with both synchronous and asynchronous content Length of Program: The program is designed for a 12-month workshop cycle for each incoming cohort, and residents can continue with the larger community beyond the initial year, if desired. Residents also have the flexibility to take a hiatus at any point, if needed. Hours per week of engagement: The residency is a self-paced and flexible program, structured around workshops, community gatherings, collaborative projects, and digital exhibitions that can be engaged synchronously or asynchronously. Find more details and apply at: