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RESIDENCIES & SCHOLARSHIPS

Atlanta Printmakers Studio organizes these programs to give direct support to artists, providing them with opportunities to work in the studio and develop as printmakers.


STERNE EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
Deadline has passed.
Awards valid between September 2013 and July 2014

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This scholarship program awards two people the opportunity to take a free class or workshop at APS. One class and one workshop are awarded each year. All artists are eligible to apply, regardless of experience level.
This scholarship was created when children of Harold & Judi Sterne approached APS with a donation to commemorate the work of their parents who have dedicated their careers to the arts.



EMERGING ARTIST RESIDENCY
RESIDENCY DATES: JANUARY – JUNE 2014
DEADLINE EXTENDED: OCTOBER 15, 2013
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ABOUT THE RESIDENCY:
The Emerging Artist Residency provides the resources necessary for emerging artists to complete a printmaking project that they propose. Access to the APS studio for up to six months, a free class, and personal mentoring are included, as well as a materials stipend of $600. Applicants must be able to demonstrate their printmaking experience, be capable of working independently, and be committed to working in APS’s studio on a regular basis. Up to three winning artists will be chosen by an independent panel on the basis of the proposal, including both concept and feasibility.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE
For the purposes of this program, an emerging artist is someone who shows significant potential, yet has not achieved a corresponding amount of professional accomplishment and recognition as an artist, regardless of age or recognition in other fields.
• Applicants must be at least 18 years old and not an enrolled student.
• Applicants from out of town may apply, but please note that housing and transportation are not included with this program.
• APS members, contracted APS instructors and volunteers are eligible to apply. APS Board of Directors and employees are not eligible to apply.

THE RESIDENCY AWARDS
The total value of each residency is approximately $1500.
Each awarded artist will be given:
•Studio rental remission for 24/7 access to APS studio (up to 6 months)
•Materials stipend of $600
•A free class or workshop at APS
•Personal mentoring by a professional artist.
•1 Year APS membership
•Group Show at end of residency



PREVIOUIS RESIDENCY RECIPIENTS:

Residency Period January-June, 2013
Jason Kofke, Ann Stewart and Patrick Di Rito



Residency Period January-June, 2012
Talia Bromstad and Amanda Lilleston


Residency Period January-June, 2011
Jessica Caldas and Ann Otterness!



Jessica Caldas is a recent graduate of the University of Georgia who created a series of large-scale portraits that investigate the multiple levels of human characteristics based on interviews with various family members. The portraitswill incorporate a variety of layered techniques speaking to the notion of levels within each individual.

Ann Otterness is an Georgia-based artist who has worked with a variety of printmaking techniques. During the residency, she created a series of etchings focusing on “The Golf Course as Landscape”.



Residency Period January-June, 2010



Hannah Skoonberg

Mariana Depetris

Cynthia Thompson



Residency Period January-June, 2009:

see article - artscriticATL.com


WHITNEY STANSELL



BETSY MEDVEDOVSKY



JENNY ZHANG