Make Art Somewhere Beautiful: The Ins and Outs of Artist Residencies
Make Art Somewhere Beautiful is part of the workshop series Art Steady: Career Development for Artists. If you’d like to attend all five workshops, purchase the full 5-workshop pass here.
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Saturday, March 27, 10-11:30 am
Artist residencies can be incredible opportunities for emerging and professional artists to develop their artistic practices. They can also provide you with a community of collaborators, support for your work, and a robust creative network. That sounds great, but applying for them can be an overwhelming task! This workshop will provide a rundown of all things artist residences, with practical tips for successful applications. This workshop will include a presentation and plenty of time for open Q+A.
Andrea R. Hanley
Andrea R. Hanley (Navajo) is the chief curator at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her career has been guided and dedicated to the work of contemporary Native American artists and the Native American fine art field. She started her career at the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., as both special assistant to the director and exhibition developer/project manager. She was the fine arts coordinator/curator for the city of Tempe, and the executive director of ATLATL, Inc., a national service organization for Native American arts. She was the founding manager of the Berlin Gallery at the Heard Museum and the membership and program manager for the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. She currently serves on the Santa Fe arts commission. Hanley is on the board of directors for the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts Santa Fe Indian Market, the Santa Fe Art Institute, the Roswell Artist in Residence Foundation, and Axle Contemporary. She sits on the following committees: 516 Arts ambassador council, Native American advised fund for the Santa Fe Community Foundation, Ucross Foundation national advisory council, and the Native American advisory board for Voices in Contemporary Art (VoCA). She is an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation.