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2017 Emerging Artist Residency Jurors Announced

2017 Emerging Artist Residency Jurors Announced

Centrum is pleased to announce the jurors for the 2017 Emerging Artist Residency. Each year, Centrum invites a new cohort of jurors to review applications and make the recommendations for our finalists. The jurors review all the applications and then come together to decide on the final selection of awardees. Each year the jurors not

April 2017 Residency Updates

Nolan Calisch, who was a 2016 Emerging Artist Resident recently had a photograph he took while in residence at Centrum chosen for the May 2017 cover of the “The Sun” Magazine. 2016 Resident Joan Frank from Santa Rosa, California, has just published a novel “All the News I Need” from the University of Massachusetts Press.

Artists-in-Residence Anna Roberts-Gevalt & Elizabeth LaPrelle, Perform Feb. 9

Anna Roberts-Gevalt, a past Fiddle Tunes Festival faculty member, and Elizabeth LaPrelle, a past Voice Works faculty member, are returning to Centrum to be Artists-in-Residence for a week. During their residency, they will perform a concert on Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 7 p.m. Rainshadow Recording Studio, located on the west side of Building 315

Save on February Artist Residencies

Artists will find lower-cost residencies at Centrum in the month of February. Centrum is slashing $100 from its weekly fee for sculptors, painters, photographers, writers and other creative folk who wish to apply for a residency. “It’s that time of year when it is great to stay inside and get a lot of work done,”

FREE “Work in Progress” Performance 4pm Saturday

“Work in Progress” Date: Saturday, January 14 Time: 4 p.m. Place: Upstairs in Building 205, Fort Worden Free and open to the public, Wayne Horvitz, Yukio Suzuki (dance/choreography) and Yohei Saito (video) will give a “Work In Progress” presentation. Horvitz, winner of the prestigious Doris Duke Performing Artist Award in 2016, was in residence at

October 23: Emerging Artist Residency Open Studio

Front yard “free” piles will become sculpture fodder and sea breezes will catalyze creative inspiration as six diverse artists move into Fort Worden this month and prepare for an open studio event set for Sunday, October 23, from noon to 4:30 p.m. in Building 205. “I’m guided by what I find,” Satpreet Kahlon, 27, of Seattle,