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Charlotte Street Foundation’s Urban Culture Project seeks applications from artists interested in being considered for its Studio Residency Program for both visual and performing artists. Applications are next due FRIDAY, JULY 16 (postmarked or delivered by 5pm to CSF’s offices, 1000 West 25th Street).

UCP’s Studio Residency Program has been providing free studio spaces since 2004 for talented and dedicated local visual artists in need of space in which to work. In 2009, UCP expanded the program to include performing artists, when it launched a new facility at City Center Square, 1100 Main, 5th floor.  The City Center Square facility provides space for both performing and visual artists (visual artists occupy small, private studios; performing artists share the use of a large, open rehearsal space that includes a platform stage and Marley floor), making for an environment conducive to cross-disciplinary collaboration and exchange. In addition to City Center Square, UCP’s Studio Residency Program also provides space to visual artists at pARTnership Place, 906 Grand, 13th floor.

The studios are granted to selected artists for one year terms. No full time students will be considered.

Download the call for performing artists and application requirements here.

Download the call for visual artists and application requirements here.

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