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Artist residency in the high desert of New Mexico.
Each year Annex:art offers its White Cube Residency in San Fidel, New Mexico. This short-term, sponsored residency program is being offered in cooperation with Gallery 66, located in the historic Acoma Curio Shop. The program is open to creative individuals working in any genre, including visual art, music and literature.
The White Cube Residency is offer for a period of 2 weeks to 1 month. They offer self-directed residencies for artist wishing to have a longer experience. Details about other self-directed residencies are available at their website.
The artist will be required to complete a project which can be achieved in the confines of the allotted white cube. The cube is a functional part of the interior of Gallery 66. The basic requirement for this residency is to utilize the 8’x 8′ structure as both the work space to create the work and the exhibition space to present it upon completion.
The cube may be open to the public as a work in progress throughout the residency. The artist will be able to use both the interior space of the cube as well as the 4 exterior walls for the final presentation of the work.
In addition to the work space, the selected artist will also receive living accommodations during the residency.
The facilities are basic and offer the artist with ample room to spread out and work on his/her submitted project. This is a self-directed residency, therefore, the artist will be responsible for providing any material, equipment or specialty items needed to complete their work.
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