Artist in Residence Program
Art Produce residencies include visual and performing arts and event/temporal based work that activates the neighborhood and generates community engagement. Residencies are project based and last 1 to 4 months. Artists have created site-specific participatory works that involve community members, businesses and the public in multi-generational cultural experiences, social aesthetics, and community activism.
The annual AiR program runs from March through September. Applications are open beginning in December and are due in early January.
2022 Artist in Residence - Evan Tyler
An exploration of self-identity and self-perception through fiber arts.
2022 Artist in Residence - Cohort
We have a cohort of 11 Artists in Residence in 2022 working in visual, writing, and performing arts practices.
2021 Artist in Residence - Cohort
We have a cohort of 13 Artists in Residence in 2021 working in visual, writing, and performing arts practices.
2021 CAC Artist in Residence - Catherine Kineavy
Cartography of a Community was a collaboration between poet-in-residence, Catherine Kineavy, Art Produce, and community participants, including other visual, performing, and literary artists.
2020 Artists in Residence
We had 10 Artists in Residence in 2020 working in visual and performing arts practices.
2019 Artist in Residence - Bhavna Mehta
The Body is a Home
An interactive sculptural installation and performance in the Gallery.
2018/2019 Artist in Residence - Erica Buechner
This project brings diverse communities together with professional dance artists in a series of workshops that explore personal histories and shared stories through movement to co-create an interactive and immersive performance. Read more...
2017/2018 Artist in Residence - Bhavna Mehta
Local artist Bhavna Mehta created wearable paper sculptures from ideas and images gathered from objects and stories of community participants.
2016/2017 Artist in Residence - Michelle Montjoy
Michelle created a large scale installation using fabrics and everyday materials with participation from the neighborhood and the traditional weavers from the local Burmese refugee community. Read more...
Summer 2016 Artist in Residence - Patty Ortiz
Art Produce launched our Artist in Residence Program in August 2016 with the San Antonio based installation and performance artist, Patty Ortiz. Patty is renowned for her conceptual and human interaction/social practice projects. Read more...
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