Caldera announces 23 artists who have been selected for residencies in winter 2019. These artists will spend up to a month at the Caldera Arts Center near Sisters, Oregon. “Caldera is honored to announce three dynamic and diverse groups of Artists in Residence who will be creating, living, presenting, and teaching this winter at our Arts Center,” said Executive Director Brian Detman.
Every winter, Caldera welcomes artists from around the country accepted to the AiR Program for month-long stays at the Arts Center. Residencies are awarded based on a competitive application process open to artists from all disciplines. For many artists, residencies are a vital part of the artistic process, giving them time and space to focus, untethered by daily distractions, in a community of artists who can enhance reflection and energize new work in unexpected ways, while surrounded by a different landscape than their home environments. In 2019, residents will create new works in theatre, sculpture, nonfiction, dance, poetry, film, and many other genres.
While in residence, these artists will also offer workshop to students in Caldera’s Youth Program as well as to the public. More information on public workshops will be available in November.
Doors to the Arts Center (31500 Blue Lake Dr., Sisters) will open to the public for Caldera’s Artists in Residence Open Studios on January 26, February 23, and March 23 from 12:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m. Artists in Residence, as well as Caldera students, share their work with the public through presentations and performances. Admission is free and light refreshments will be served.
Applications for 2020 residencies will be open in January 2019.
2019 Caldera Artists in Residence
Click here to learn more about our 2019 AiR.
JANUARY ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE
Farooq Ahmed, Literary Arts (Los Angeles, CA)
Jess Arndt, Literary Arts (Los Angeles, CA)
Maria Alejandra Barrios, Literary Arts (New York, NY)
May Cat, Visual Arts (Portland, OR)
Andres Chang, Visual Arts (Brooklyn, NY)
Anna Gray + Ryan Wilson Paulsen, Visual Arts (Portland, OR)
Anthony Hudson, Performing Arts (Portland, OR)
FEBRUARY ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE
Sarah Abdel-Jelil, Performing Arts (Minneapolis, MN)
Gisell Calderón, Performing Arts (Minneapolis, MN)
Abigail Chabitnoy, Literary Arts (Fort Collins, CO)
Ian Hanesworth, Visual Arts (Minneapolis, MN)
Larry Krone, Performing + Visual Arts (New York, NY)
Aurora Masum-Javed, Literary Arts (Lewisburg, PA)
Jamila Osman, Literary Arts (Portland, Oregon)
Sa’dia Rehman, Literary Arts (Portland, Oregon)
MARCH ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE
Kemi Adeyemi, Literary + Visual Arts (Seattle, WA)
Julie Hammond, Performing Arts (Vancouver, BC)
Alexandria Martinez, Visual Arts (Oakland, CA)
Carolyn Monastra, Visual Arts (Brooklyn, NY)
Emily X.R. Pan, Literary Arts (Brooklyn, NY)
Analise Cleopatra, Visual Arts (Portland, OR)
Alisa Yang, Visual Arts (Saratoga, CA)
Caldera’s Artists in Residence program is supported by The Oregon Cultural Trust, The Ford Family Foundation, The Oregon Community Foundation, and many generous individual donors.
Additionally, we invite you to join us at nearby House on Metolius for a special Dinner with the Artists after the Open Studios.
Each 3-course dinner with wine will be $65 (plus gratuity). Space is limited. RSVP to Elizabeth Quinn (Elizabeth.Quinn@CalderaAr
Caldera’s February 2013 Open Studio
February 23, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
On Saturday, February 23, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm our February 2013 Artists in Residence will open their studios and share the work they have created during their month-long residences at Caldera’s Arts Center.
February 2013 artists include: Jason Baker, Helen Dennis, Laura Gibson, Elsbeth Pancrazi, and Joanna Priestley.
Artists will begin leading their studio tours at 1:20.
Caldera Arts Center Address: 31500 Blue Lake Drive, Sisters, OR
To reach Caldera: take Highway 20 to the Suttle Lake turnoff (13 miles west of Sisters, just west of Black Butte Ranch), follow the road 2 miles to the to the Caldera gate and through to the Arts Center. Questions? Contact Elizabeth Quinn at 541-610-9662 or Elizabeth.Quinn@calderaarts.org.
After the Open Studios, head over the House on Metolius for an exciting dinner with our artists. We’ve partnered for a special dinner and overnight stay package. More information here.