Applications for the 2019 Alumnx Residency are now closed. Please check back in spring 2020 to apply for the 2020 Alumnx Residency.
This summer, from June 3 to August 5, the CCA Hubbell Street Galleries in San Francisco will be activated as studio spaces/laboratories for two recent alumnx (’09-’19) to develop and publicly present projects, performances, readings, workshops, or collections of work. This year, the Alumnx Residency coincides with the 2019 CCA Alma Mater exhibition, which will feature a multidisciplinary selection of work by CCA alumnx from the past ten years. Connecting the residency and alumnx exhibition offers an exciting opportunity for large-scale public interaction: the two selected alumnx, Jamee Crusan and Zachary Royer Scholz, will kick off the residency by presenting work-in-progress during Alma Mater’s opening reception on June 15 from 3:00-6:00 pm, and participate in an open studio event at the residency’s culmination on July 27. Each alumnx will be awarded a modest honorarium to assist in supporting their project(s). For more information about the 2019 Alumnx Residency programming, please see CCA's event calendar.
The prompt for this residency is Methods of Acti(ng)on. This residency is structured to support artists and curators who are investigating some of today's most pressing social, political, environmental, and economic issues.
Image courtesy of Jamee Crusan.