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Charlotte Street Foundation is currently seeking applications from artists interested in being considered for its Urban Culture Project Studio Residency Program for Visual and Performing Artists, which provides free studio spaces in downtown Kansas City to talented and dedicated area artists in need of space in which to work among a community of peers.

The Studio Residency Program currently includes studios at: Center City Square, 1100 Main, 5th floor (providing large, shared studio/rehearsal space for several performing artists/groups and private studios for 12 visual artists); pARTnership Place, 906 Grand, 13th floor (providing space for 7 visual artists in a large, open space); and Town Pavilion, 1100 Walnut, 6th floor (providing private studios for 8 visual artists.)

Studios are granted to selected artists for one year terms. No full time students will be considered. Studios are work spaces only; the program does not provide residential accommodations. The studios do not include access to specialized equipment, tools, materials, etc. A dance stage with Marley floor is provided for dancers/choreographers.

Deadline is Monday, February 28, 2011, for a limited number of studio spaces becoming available this spring.  Applications are being administered through Read full details here.

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