CAVE, one of Williamsburg’s longest-running experimental art spaces, hosts year-long subsidized studio share residency to five individual/groups. Through this residency, CAVE aims to provide an arena for artistic exploration to the local community of dancers, choreographers, interdisciplinary artists, and body-workers, all who seek the space to create and share their work.
ABOUT THE RESIDENCY
The next CAVE Subsidized Studio Share Residency begins September 1, 2010. For a flat monthly fee of $270 USD, CAVE Subsidized Studio Share Resident artists receive: up to twelve hours per week of rehearsal/private class space; bi-monthly inclusion of their activities on CAVE’s e-mail newsletter; access to Material for the Arts supplies; and the use of one small camcorder and one video projector (in-studio use only).
ABOUT THE STUDIO
This studio space is 450 square feet with 16 foot – 11 foot ceilings. It has a sprung, black marley floor, a private dressing area and an adjacent restroom. It is equipped with a stereo system (CD player and IPod hook-up). The space is heated during the winter and has fans for the summer, as well as skylights. Chosen artists will be responsible for self-management and keeping the studio clean.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply, please fill out and submit the application form by Friday, August 6, 2010.
Founded in 1996, CAVE is one of the longest-running experimental art spaces in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. CAVE strives to provide an explorative arena and support system for artistic development by hosting studio workspace, educational workshops, performance opportunities and assistance in the realization of projects that support risk taking in the in visual, media and performing arts.
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