RESIDENCY PROGRAMS

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STUDIO/LAB RESIDENCY

Deadline: May 10 @ 11:59 p.m.

The Studio/LAB residency is available to creatives interested in taking a deep dive into their creative practice. Their work can transverse the spectrums from funny to provocative, experimental to virtuosic, R-rated to family-friendly, disturbing to healing, personal & political, form-based to abstract, and outside, around, and beyond these categories. The residency will take place from June-December 2021 and selected artists will be part of a cohort that support one another through the creative process, participate in professional development workshops together, and present their work together at [nueBOX] in December 2021. Studio/LAB residents will receive access to [nueBOX]’s studio at The Armory, creative and professional support, opportunities for feedback, professional development, and a $250 stipend.

APPLY HERE

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SPACE FOR ARTISTS

No Application Required, Available Year-Round

This program exists to encourage artists to invest in themselves and the art they are creating in an independent manner. The residency is free for BIPOC artists and on a pay-what-you-can for non-BIPOC artists (suggested $10/hour)



RESERVE SPACE HERE

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SEED RESIDENCY

Deadline has passed - check back in Spring 2022

The SEED Residency Program is a mini-residency from June-August 2021 that is meant to give artists time to explore and investigate new ideas without the pressure of developing a finished work. Artists will receive a $100 stipend, 15 hours of rehearsal space, and an opportunity to share their emerging work in a RE:volve show in August with 3 other SEED resident artists. The residency is open to performance-based artists or interdisciplinary teams who define themselves as emerging or mid-career artists, and have a need for rehearsal space in Phoenix in the summer.

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PAIR RESIDENCY

When positions become available

Permanent-Artists-In-Residence (PAIR) are supported artistically through [nueBOX] in exchange for administrative support for the organization. The program provides reliable and consistent support, funding and networking opportunities, and training for administrative careers in the arts. When positions become available they will be shared on the [nueBOX] mailing list.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS PROGRAM