I-Park’s 2017 Site-Responsive Art Residency & Biennale
Application Deadline: November 1, 2016
Public Exhibition will be on Sunday, June 4, 2017
series – and the first since 2007 to be
scheduled for springtime!
and we’re looking forward to receiving lots of
exciting project proposals!
Immense thanks to all who helped organize, and to those who attended and/or made contributions toward, our 2016 fundraising efforts on Saturday night. The sold-out Fundraising Dinner was a night to remember; an absolutely beautiful evening filled with inspiration, sharing, warmth, laughter – and some wonderful musical and visual delights. More specifically, our deep appreciation to:
I-Park’s Volunteer Events Committee
The Development Committee
Those Who Contributed to the Auction
Those Who Purchased Auction Items
Event Sponsors and Financial Contributors
Those Who Participated in the Live Plea
|Our Guests, Including Many I-Park Fellows
Table Hosts and Those Manning the Welcome Table
The Many Volunteers Who Helped With Preparations
The Public Officials Who’ve Helped in Many Ways
I-Park’s Staff and Board of Directors
The Band, Dancers and Presenters
Our Many In-Kind Contributors
Coming Soon . . .
2017 residency program materials
for all I-Park supported disciplines
I-Park’s 2017 General Residency Program
Application Deadline: January 16, 2017
Six Residency Sessions between June and October 2017
Link to prior program:
Dorothy Bothwell, Landscape/Garden/Ecological Design, Oregon (Sculpture Studio)
Jonathan Beard, Music Composition/Sound Art, California (Music Studio)
Sophy King, Visual Arts, United Kingdom (White Studio)
Patricia Miranda, Visual Arts, New York (South Studio)
Chris Nelson, Visual Arts, Massachusetts (Red Studio)
Clare Wu, Creative Writing, Maryland (Grey Studio)
Images are of the group work-shopping the new works in I-Park’s workshop – it was a lot of work!
And here’s some feedback from two of the composers-in-residence . . .
A big thank you to all who gave financial support for our 2016 Composers + Musicians Collaborative Residency – and to those who attended our concerts! A very special thanks to our composers-in-residence, Moon Young Ha and ensemble mise-en, the First Congregational Church of Old Lyme, the Cooley Gallery and Falcetti Music and Yamaha pianos for helping to make the program a great success.
Major Support Provided By: