CultureHub supports Resident Artists concerned with specific technological challenges. Resident Artists utilize the Micro-Residency program which provides one week of access to the CultureHub studio, equipment, and support staff to focus on artistic and technological innovation. Resident Artists present media arts projects at various stages of development, conduct media arts related workshops, and hone their curatorial practices.
BECOME A RESIDENT ARTIST
CultureHub New York
Residencies will take place throughout the year, with an open call issued annually in February. After panel review by past residents and staff, candidates selected by the committee will be interviewed either in person or remotely. Applicants from the open call are notified of decisions in June. Selected residents work together with their fellow residents and CultureHub staff to schedule appropriate dates for workshops and public presentations.
February 1, 2019 - April 30, 2019
May 1, 2019 – May 31, 2019
Resident Artist Selection:
June 1, 2019
Resident Artist Orientation:
June 15, 2019
Residency Planning Meetings:
July 1, 2019 – July 31, 2019
Micro-Residencies, Workshops, and Public Presentations:
August 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020
Approximately half of New York residencies are given to creative technologists to solve a specific technical problem. The other residencies help performance artists integrate new technologies into their work.
Current CultureHub New York Resident Artists Include:
Blair Simmons (Machine Learning, 3D Scanning, Performance)
Wendell Cooper (Live Media, Projection, Hip-Hop)
Matt Romein (Creative Coding, Performative Systems)
Adnan Agha (Game Design, Motion Tracking)
Ana Knezevic (VR, Installation)
Maxwell Neely-Cohen (Novelist, Digital Storytelling)
Check out their work and learn more about past Resident Artist work.
CultureHub LA has selected two Resident Artists for its 2018-2019 season. During a one-week residency period, the artist(s) in residence will be granted access to media production equipment, workshop space, and support staff at the CultureHub studio in DTLA. They will also have an opportunity to connect with an extensive and diverse network of CultureHub artists across its 5+ international centers.
Applicants are invited to propose works at various stages of development, and to outline how they plan to use the resources of the CultureHub residency to galvanize their projects. After panel review by CultureHub’s artistic staff, the top candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Residencies, Workshops, and Public Presentations:
October 29, 2018 – November 21, 2018
December 3, 2018 – January18, 2019*
*Dates are subject to change according to selected resident artist and CultureHub LA's mutual schedules.
Deadline to apply:
October 1, 2018
Recent CultureHub Los Angeles Residents Include:
Roger Kim (Multimedia Music Performance)
Raven Kwok (Visual Art, Animation, Creative Programming)
CoLab is CultureHub’s free summer program for young artists.
Young artists collaborate with professional artists and technology experts to explore new performing and programming techniques in a fun, engaging module. The group will create an original piece to share with friends, family, and the community at the end of the program.
Refest is CultureHub’s annual festival bridging communication between artists, activists, and technologists.
The mission of Refest is to collaborate with our neighboring institutions and make new connections to expand and enrich our community. Presented in the La MaMa Galleria, participants engage with exhibition artists, performers, and collaborators in an open format and through long table discussions.