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Lechleiter Visiting Indiana Artist-in-Residence Program
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis has provided transformative learning experiences across the arts, sciences and humanities for decades for the guests who walk through its doors. Everyone from toddlers to great-grandparents benefit from our immersive hands-on activities and exhibits. Now, to add to those extraordinary experiences, the museum is implementing its first Visiting Artist-in-Residence Program because of the extraordinary philanthropy provided by the Sarah and John Lechleiter family.
The museum is recruiting exceptional artists with ties to Indiana who have demonstrated interest and/or experience in exhibiting, presenting and teaching about their art.
The goals of the Visiting Artist-in-Residence Program are:
The museum anticipates multiple visits each year by 1-2 artists with ties to Indiana who will present and teach in specific locations throughout the Museum as determined by the individual artist(s) subject matter and technique, and agreed upon by Museum staff.
About The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is the world’s largest children’s museum, and is committed to creating extraordinary family learning experiences across the arts, sciences, and humanities that have the power to transform the lives of children and families.
One or two artists may be selected annually to be the Visiting-Artist-in-Residence by a museum Advisory Committee. Criteria to be used in consideration for artist selection will include:
The annual deadline to submit an application is March 17, 2019. Selected artist(s) will be notified by April 28, 2019 for residency beginning in Spring/Summer, 2019.
The successful applicant(s) will receive an honorarium and reimbursement for reasonable expenses to be paid at set intervals throughout the residence agreeable to the Museum and the artist(s).
A single PDF document should accompany the online application, which should include a CV, an artist statement, a description of teaching experience with children and the general public, ten images of the applicant’s artwork, and contact details for three references who can attest to the applicant’s work and teaching experience. Please apply on their website.
Jennifer Pace Robinson
Vice President, Experience Development and Family Learning
3000 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46208 United States
Tel: (317) 334-3834
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