Minneapolis Artist Residency

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Need to take a break and focus, work and rest, or create and inspire for free? Check out this opportunity for a free 10-day artist residency program in Minneapolis! More information, as well as the application, can be found online at https://www.make–room.com/artist-residency/.

The MakeRoom Artist Residency offers a free, week-long residency to creatives who need a break from their routine to focus on their work, gain inspiration, experience something new, or just relax without any real goals in mind.

Applicants must live and work outside of the Twin Cities of Minnesota. Exact dates are flexible in the months of February or March.

Questions?  Email thomaswegner@gmail.com

PARTNERS

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