Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick

Lundi 22 février 2021

emote Research Residency (RRR)

Call for Submissions
Arts Assembly and Access Gallery invite remotely-situated artists to
apply to the Remote Research Residency (RRR). We’re using the word
remote to refer to a broader understanding of isolation”see below for
clarification. Applications from artists who self-identify as
Queer/LGBTQIA2S+, Black, Indigenous, racialized, disabled, and
neurodivergent will be prioritized in the selection of six (6) artists or
artistic groups. We will not share any personal health information
collected during the application process. This project is open to those
located within the
geographic area of Canada”. There is no age limit.

This project aims to create connections, facilitate relationships, provide
opportunities and support.
Recognizing the impacts of colonialism, white supremacy, and all forms
of systemic oppression, we are working broadly in our own
organizational approaches, and specifically with the structure and
intentions of this project, to de-centre whiteness and nurture people,
projects, and ideas, to whatever their natural evolution may be.

Remote can be understood as located rurally/outside of city centres,
and/or facing isolation from artistic communities through circumstances
such as working from home, caregiving, health needs, or displacement.
Remoteness can be physical, geographic, mental and spiritual.

The residencies will be one-month long and two artists will participate
at the same time. We will facilitate dialogue between RRR participants,
and encourage you to connect and share your practices with each
other. In
conversation with the participants, we will produce a digital
exhibition/archive of your residency activities. Residencies will take
place between May and October 2021.

We will provide :
an artist fee of $1500 ;
a CARFAC rate fee of $322 for an online public talk or presentation of
your research from the residency ;
artistic/curatorial support ;
additional support based on needs identified by the applicant (be it for
materials, software, childcare, accessibility tools, etc)

We are interested in learning about practices from
Folks with emerging arts practices or artists working through new
ideas, formats and methods. Folks working in traditional and
intergenerational practices.
Folks looking to ask new questions in their practice, wanting to explore
a new medium, method or material.
Who are either located outside city centres and/or remotely located.
With lived experiences as Queer/ LGBTQIA2S+, Indigenous, Black,
racialized, disabled, and/or neurodivergent.

To submit an
application :

Please fill out this application form :


Please email hello [arobas] artsassembly [point] ca :
A 250-word written proposal, or less than 5-minute video or voice
recording about :
What do you hope to do during the one-month residency ?
What support, tools, and resources would help you achieve your goals
for this residency ? (Although we cannot guarantee all requested
support or resources, we will do our best to accommodate your needs.
Some things to consider : access to libraries/archives/institutional digital
access, meeting other practitioners/curators/artists/writers, renting
equipment/studio space, tools or materials, financial support for
childcare, accessibility tools, etc.)
Have you participated in a residency before ? First-time residency
participants are very welcome.
The one-month residencies will run with two artists participating at the
same time. We hope to connect the artists and that
you’ll enjoy the
opportunity to share your practice with another artist in residence and
learn about their practice too. Is this something that interests you ?
Are there any periods between May and October 2021 in your
schedule that would conflict with you participating in a one-month
residency ?
-5 to 10 images or samples of related work
-Images, text documents, video, sound recordings welcome
– sent either directly or as web links. (WeTransfer, Dropbox
A short bio or CV

Deadline for submissions is March 12th, 2021

If you require any application assistance or accommodation please
contact us at hello [arobas] artsassembly [point] ca

We cant wait to hear from you !

Arts Assembly
Access Gallery
This project is generously supported by Canada Council for the Arts
and the Audain Foundation.

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