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GDL >> PHX Residencias Artísticas

ABOUT THE PROGRAM:

GDL>>PHX Residencias Artísticas is an artist residency and cultural exchange program between the cities of Phoenix, Arizona and Guadalajara, Jalisco organized by CALA Alliance, ASU Art Museum and PAOS GDL.

GDL>>PHX Residencias Artísticas offers fully sponsored residencies to artists from Guadalajara to travel and work in Phoenix, Arizona and Latinx artists from Phoenix to travel and work in Guadalajara, Jalisco at the former home and studio of Mexican modernist José Clemente Orozco. This program provides artists the opportunity to grow their creative practice, experiment with new approaches, and investigate complex cultural contexts, while deepening the dialogue between the Phoenix and Guadalajara contemporary arts scenes.

GDL > PHX Residencias Artísticas is the only program in Arizona dedicated to supporting international residencies for Latinx artists. Emerging to mid-career Phoenix Latinx artists are invited to apply for a 6-week residency in Guadalajara for June-July 2018, all expenses covered.

WHY GDL>>PHX?

GDL>>PHX Residencias Artísticas is an important initiative that seeks to develop deeper ties between Phoenix and Guadalajara in hope that art can serve as a powerful conduit to create new culture flows between Mexican and American cities.

It is part of a larger initiative by CALA Alliance, ASU Art Museum and PAOS GDL to bolster the relationship between the art scenes in Guadalajara, and Phoenix. Both cities are sometimes ignored in favor of their larger metropolitan counterparts —Mexico City and Los Angeles, respectively— yet today Guadalajara and Phoenix boast thriving arts and culture scenes that are garnering international attention. Guadalajara has a centuries-old history in the arts, particularly crafts and architecture, and contemporary artists have found it a vibrant context to make new art. Phoenix’s desert landscape, cultural diversity and proximity to the U.S.-Mexico border also provide a rich context for new work.

In Guadalajara, PAOS GDL, works in partnership with the Cultural Ministry of Jalisco and the Instituto Cultural Cabañas to organize artist residencies with local, national and international artists with a focus on research, artistic production, cultural investigation and education. In Phoenix, CALA Alliance and ASU Art Museum organize creative collaborations with artists and arts organizations in Arizona, Mexico and Latin America, including artist residencies at the ASU Art Museum International Artist Residency Program in downtown Phoenix.

PROGRAM GOALS:

  • Provide opportunities for artists to grow their creative practice, experiment with new approaches, and investigate complex cultural contexts.
  • Establish a dialogue between Phoenix and Guadalajara contemporary art scenes to create deeper cultural and artistic knowledge.

PROGRAM DETAILS:

  • Residencies are for six weeks and include roundtrip airfare, housing, per diem and production/materials stipends.
  • Artist housing is provided at Museo Taller José Clemente Orozco in Guadalajara, Jalisco, México, and the ASU International Artist Residency Program at Combine Studios in Phoenix, Arizona.
     
  • Artists selected for this program are in emerging to mid-career stages and work in the visual and performing arts, including; painting, sculpture, photography, film, new media, installation, video, performance art, interdisciplinary arts, and social practice.
     
  • Artist residents are encouraged to develop projects in collaboration with the local community.
     
  • Residencies include studio space access, visits with curators and art professionals, and participation in a variety of public programs.
  • Residencies may include exhibition, performance or public showing opportunities.

APPLICATION FOR PHOENIX ARTISTS

ELIGIBILITY:

Emerging to mid-career Latinx artists may apply. At the time an application is submitted:
  • Applicant must be a resident of Arizona
  • Applicant must have the ability to travel to and from Mexico
PROGRAM PERIOD:
  • Deadline to complete the online application is 11:59 PM on Monday, March 19, 2018 for the 2018 Summer Residency (June-July).
  • The selected participant will be notified by mid April 2018.

SUMMER RESIDENCY:

  • June-July 2018

HOW TO APPLY:

  • Submit online application through Submittable by 11:59 PM on Monday, March 19, 2018 for the 2018 Summer Residency.
  • For questions, please contact casandra@calaalliance.org 

ABOUT OUR PARTNERS:

ASU Art Museum, named “the single most impressive venue for contemporary art in Arizona” by Art in America magazine, is part of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. The ASU Art Museum International Artist Residency Program brings artists from around the world to live and work in downtown Phoenix on new collaborative projects in partnership with diverse communities and organizations in Arizona.

PAOS GDL hosts residencies and exhibits in the former residence and studio of the great Mexican Modernist José Clemente Orozco in Guadalajara, Jalisco, México. Its artist residency program, PAOS Residencias, is organized in partnership with the Cultural Ministry of Jalisco and the Instituto Cultural Cabañas. PAOS GDL promotes the work of local, national and international artists, with a focus on artistic production and educational programs.

GDL >> PHX Residencias Artísticas is made possible thanks to generous support by the Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation.