701 CCA offers an Artist-in-Residence (AIR) program in a 1,200 square-foot live/work unit on the second floor of 701 Whaley. Artists in residence at the center create new works while in residence. Generally, an exhibition or some public presentation of these works takes place during or shortly after the residency.
In most cases, artists in residence are also expected to involve the community in some fashion. Professional artists are selected through a competitive selection process and may be local, regional, national or international. Residencies last for six, ten or twelve weeks.
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Most recent Artist-in-Residence: Jon Prichard
Residency Period: April 10 – June 2, 2013
Previous Artists In Residence:
Dylan Critchfield-Sales, Residency Period: August – December (Exhibition Perion: November 29 – December 16, 2012)
David Cianni, Residency Period: January – March, 2012 (Exhibition Period: March 29 – June 3, 2012)
David Voros: September – December 21, 2011
Diana Farfán , Ceramic Sculpture Personal Artist Web site: Diana Farfán.
Residency at 701 Center for Contemporary Art: January 24, 2011- April 2011
5:30-7pm, Columbia College: http://www.columbiasc.edu
September 19 – October 28, 2010 Mike Lavine, echoes
August 5 – Sept. 19, 2010. Jan Banning, Bureaucratics:
January 7 – February 7, 2010 (Residency: September 28 – December 21) Exhibition: Gwylene Gallimard and Jean-Marie Mauclet
September – October 20o9 Residency: Beth Melton
Multi-media exploration of life and architecture of two of Columbia’s largest 20th-century cotton mills, the Olympia and Granby mills, and their appendages –Olympia and Granby Villages.
August 19- September 24, 2009: Damond Howard: Still America’s Greatest Problem
Large-scale charcoal drawings displayed in the artist’s loft space.
August 6 – September 15, 2009: Phil Moody: As Bees Practise Geometry
Manipulation of photography with mill industry and village imagery. 701 CCA gallery.
May 7 – July 5, 2009: Anne Boudreau: a delicate balance
An installation of suspended mixed media constructions. 701 CCA gallery.
February 5 – April 5, 2009: Ellen Kochansky Embedded Energy
A textile installation celebrating the people, stories, and resources we often overlook. 701 CCA gallery.
October 17, 2008 – January 4, 2009: Textile Tales, 701 CCA’s inaugural exhibition
Exhibition Artists: Ellen Kochansky, Beth Melton, Phil Moody, Scotty Peek. 701 CCA gallery.
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