August 11-22, 2018

A BURSARY OPPORTUNITY FOR ALCHEMY 2018, ARTISTS RESIDENCY,  DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 22, 2018

Alchemy Bursary

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 22, 2018

Through the generosity of textile artist and Alchemist Lynn Hubbs we are proud to offer our first bursary to support one artist to participate in Alchemy 2018.

 

WHO CAN APPLY?

Emerging and established artists who would benefit from participating in Alchemy and do not have the financial means to do so are encouraged to apply by April 22, 2018 for an early May decision. The bursary covers accommodation in a single room, studio/work space and shared meals at Alchemy 2018 ($1250 plus HST). Please note travel costs are not included at this time. Alchemy is LBTGQ friendly. Submit applications to: apply@makealchemy.com

APPLICATION DETAILS

  • a bio/artist statement and cv 
  • a letter of intent (up to 500 words) outlining why you should be considered for Alchemy’s first subsidized bursary, why you would like to join us, and initial thoughts about the project you hope to undertake 
  • up to 10 images of your artwork and/or a link to a website. 

Apply to Alchemy Bursary 2018

Deadline EXTENDED to April 22, 2018

Alchemy

The synergy between artistic and culinary practices

Alchemy is an international artist led  residency devoted to exploring  the synergy between artistic practice and the cooking and sharing of locally cultivated food in a community setting. Founded in 2014, this residency takes place in rural Prince Edward County Ontario, Canada.  

A community setting for inquiry and discovery

Selected artists call upon a variety of  mediums ranging from visual arts, sculpture, photography, craft, cooking, performance art, writing or video. Artists create and share their work and practice  during Ontario's  lush summer season, while also contributing culinary creativity to lively salon style communal dinners. 


Shared meals reflect what is available locally in late summer.  Readings and discussions  probe the creative intersection of food and art.  Guest talks from artists, chefs and winemakers  help us better understand the magic and inspiration created by making and sharing art and food.   

Alchemy is programmed and co-facilitated by two strong advocates for these ideas:  

Claire M. Tallarico is a trained chef, urban gardener and visual artist passionate about exploring and documenting the intersection between creative practice, communities and food. 

Tonia Di Risio is a visual artist. Her work has developed through ongoing investigations of the growing, making, preserving, celebrating, and sharing of food.   


Alchemy 2018 is limited to 12 participants. Keep reading to find out how to apply for our next residency and the costs involved.  

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