Indiana University Program for International Visiting Artist-in-Residence (PIVA)

Indiana University Program for International Visiting Artist-in-Residence (PIVA)
General information
Brief description of organisation
Nestled in the rolling hills of Southern Indiana in the Midwestern portion of the United States. 1 hour from the state capital of Indianapolis, and 4 hours from the metropolitan city of Chicago. Indiana University Bloomington is the flagship campus squeezing a city\'s worth of culture into a college town, bringing together a wealth of cultural resources and the perspectives and talents of students from all 50 states and more than 125 countries. IU Bloomington\'s world-class performance spaces and museums, and outstanding programs in fine arts represent just a few of the opportunities for you to experience diverse ideas and forms of expression—and to create your own. For more information visit the website at www.iub.edu

Organisation founded in
1820

Brief description of residency program
Application period begins Sept 1st, 2012!

Co-sponsored by the Henry Radford Hope School of Fine arts and the Collins Living-Learning Center, Indiana University’s Program for International Visiting Artist-in-Residence (PIVA) hosts one emerging international artist/scholar during the second eight-week session of each fall and spring semester. Artists/Scholars live among the students and teach a studio practice course for Fine Arts and a theory course for the Collins Living-Learning Center. The Studio course meets two days a week for 2 hours and 45 minutes each day. This is a hands-on course teaching techniques and related concepts in any media you are expert in. The theory course meets two days a week for 75 minutes each day having an international scope which focuses on contemporary and cultural criticism. Artists/Scholars will also give an artist’s talk and are invited to exhibit work in progress. Disciplines: Ceramics, Digital Art, Graphic Design, Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design, Painting, Drawing, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture and Textiles


download and mail the application:

http://www.indiana.edu/~finaweb/test/cms/fina/wp-content/uploads/20...



deadline: November 15th, 2012 for Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 eight week residencies.

criteria: The ideal candidate would have university level teaching experience, proficiency in English and be a self-directed person that enjoys working with students of all skill levels. Areas of concentration are selected on a rotating basis.

Residency program since
2000

Disciplines and media
Visual Art
Sculpture
Ceramics
Textile Art
New Media
Printmaking
Graphic Design, Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design, Painting, and Photography
Type of organisation
Part of a University
Residency conditions
Duration of residencies
between 1 and 3 months
Number of artists resident at one time
1

Companions allowed
Partners
Expenses paid by artist
Travel
Supplies
Expectations of the artist
Presentation
Leading Workshop or Class
Exhibition
Application who/how
Application by Mail

Selection procedure
By Committee

Presentation of artists' work
Exhibition at end of Residency

Description of residency
Setting
Urban

Resources
Internet Connection
Library
Computer
Printmaking Facilities
Ceramics Facilities
Welding Tools
Woodworking Tools
Metal Working Tools
Plaster Room
Number of studios
1

Type and size of studios
Private Studio

Accomodation
Private Room
Working language(s)
English

Other activities happening at the space
Exhibitions


Contact information
Indiana University Program for International Visiting Artist-in-Residence (PIVA)
1201 E 7th St
47405 Bloomington
United States of America
kawatkin@exchange.iu.edu
http://www.indiana.edu/~finaweb/test/cms/fina/about-sofa/visiting-a...
Phone: 812-855-7766

Views: 125

Comment

You need to be a member of crafthaus to add comments!

Join crafthaus

SNAG / CH Scholarship 2015

Created by

Kelly M Nye

Makers, Metalsmiths, and other Monikers.

What do you call yourself? Where do you belong in the Polarized Convocation of Jewelers?

This blog is a research-based discussion of personal inclusions in the Jewelry/Metals field and the titles and boundaries that define us as artists.

How do you define yourself and your practice?

JOIN the discussions.

Latest Activity

Rebecca Skeels commented on Rebecca Skeels's group The Association for Contemporary Jewellery
"Bishopsland Educational Trust  Up Coming Events: Bishopsland at Jacobs Jewellers2nd to 22nd June 2015Jacobs Jewellers, 25 King Street, Reading, RG1 2HE Henley Festival8th to 12th July 2015Henley-on-Thames, Oxon, RG9 1AH Art…"
7 hours ago
Rebecca Skeels commented on Rebecca Skeels's group The Association for Contemporary Jewellery
"Build Your Own: Tools for…"
7 hours ago
Rebecca Skeels commented on Rebecca Skeels's group The Association for Contemporary Jewellery
"Hothouse from the Crafts Councilhttp://us7.campaign-archive1.com/?u=a47fc1f38d7b79f55813e2e48&id=d1c97c23cd&e=247ffc61e9The Crafts Council runs a national programme of creative business support for craft makers within three years of setting…"
7 hours ago
Rene Lee Henry posted photos
yesterday
Rebecca Skeels commented on Rebecca Skeels's group The Association for Contemporary Jewellery
"OPEN CALL DESIGNERS IN RESIDENCE KORTRIJK 2015Deadline Deadline: 02 juni 2015Designregio Kortrijk invites recent design graduates from the various creative disciplines to apply for its Designers in Residence Kortrijk programme 2015. During a working…"
yesterday
Rebecca Skeels commented on Rebecca Skeels's group The Association for Contemporary Jewellery
"Hothouse from the Crafts Council The Crafts Council runs a national programme of creative business support for craft makers within three years of setting up their practice.Hothouse has successfully supported 163 makers over the last five years with…"
yesterday
Jennifer Merchant liked Kelly M Nye's discussion How Do You SAY?
Wednesday
Melissa Cameron posted a blog post

#SnagBoston

Image courtesy PlatformaGoing to be in Boston for the SNAG conference this week? Come say hi! Not going to be there? Follow along with the shenanigans on Instagram or Twitter by following @thejewellist (t) or @thejewellist (i).Don't know/care what I'm talking about with…See More
Tuesday
Kelly M Nye added a discussion to the group inclusions
Thumbnail

How Do You SAY?

Schmuck and other European termsschmuck[shmuhk]noun,(English slang) an obnoxious or contemptible person(Yiddish derivative of schmock): penis(German): jewel, adornment“You cannot force linguistic usage: the acceptance of a word depends on many factors.”- Liesbeth den BestenI have always been fascinated with etymology and I thought it is a perfect time to dive into alternate terminology. With Dutch artist, Ruudt Peters delivering the keynote speech on Wednesday at SNAG Boston, I am excited to…See More
Monday
Alena Stukavcova Dolezalova liked Rachelauren Somers's photo
Monday
The Justified Sinner posted a blog post

Rabbits, Glass Sheep, Ada Lovelace and Virginia Woolf in Hindi

The main event this week has been completing my watch and chain for the ACJ exhibition "Sleight of Hand". The last element to be completed was the fitting of a glass to the 1838 silver watch-case which was the catalyst for the whole piece and I found an incredible place in Kent where, for a very modest fee, a traditional thick, bevelled mineral-glass was cut to fit, polished and fitted. (Anyone else requiring this service should contact "Crystalfit":…See More
Sunday
Angela Gerhard liked Courtney Denise Lipson's photo
Sunday

© 2015   Created by Brigitte Martin.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service