John Holmgren + Nick Conbere • May 19–June 9, 2014
ARTIST LECTURE + RECEPTION: June 5, 2014 • 5:00–8:00 p.m.
John Holmgren (BA Central Washington University; MFA in Photography, University of Minnesota) is faculty at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and has exhibited his work nationally and internationally.
Nick Conbere (BA, Kalamazoo College, MI; MFA, School of Visual Arts, NYC and MFA University of Minnesota) is Assistant Professor at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, BC.
LEARNING TO BE NOSTALGIC,
Their earlier collaborations at University of Minnesota inspired them to continue their dialogue in Chicago at an Anchor Graphics residency.
Come visit them as they pursue new work in our studio this summer, and be sure to attend their lecture on June 5 at 916 South Wabash Avenue, second floor.
The Artist-in-Residence program at Anchor was initiated as a service to emerging and established artists who have demonstrated a strong interest in printmaking, but may not have access to professional presses and equipment. The application process is open to all experienced printmakers, whether locally-, nationally-, or internationally-based.
The program is not an apprenticeship. It is offered to artists who are already proficient in printmaking, but are lacking an uninterrupted stretch of time to develop or work on a body of print-based work. Anchor provides Artist Residents with basic materials, shop access, the technical assistance of our master printers, and a small honorarium. As part of the residency, the resident artists interact with students in Anchor Graphics and Columbia College printmaking classes, present a public lecture about their current projects, and donate some of the prints created during their residency to the Anchor Graphics archives.
The Anchor Graphics residency is intended to provide time and facilities for an artist to work on a specific project. This residency is directed towards emerging or mid-career artists proficient in print-media. The selected artist is provided with shop time, space and some resources to work on projects as articulated in their proposal.
Anchor Graphics welcomes artists into our shop for 3-week residencies during the fall, winter spring and summer.
- This program is offered to artists who are proficient in printmaking and who want an uninterrupted stretch of time to develop or work on a body of print-based work.
- Anchor will provide residents with basic materials, shop access, the technical assistance of our master printers, and a small honorarium.
- Resident artists are expected to interact with students in Anchor Graphics and Columbia College printmaking classes and present a public lecture about their current projects.
- Each Resident is expected to donate a few prints created during their residency to the Anchor Graphics archives.
- This program was started as a service to emerging and established artists who have demonstrated a strong interest in printmaking and might not otherwise have regular access to professional presses and equipment.
- This program is open to all experienced printmakers.
Please note: Artists are expected to edition their own work. Assistance will be provided if possible, but is not guaranteed. Anchor Graphics’ ability to provide housing and the amount of honorariums is dependent on a constantly changing funding situation and may vary from year to year. Anchor Graphics does not cover travel expenses.
For more information on Anchor Graphics’ link to:facilities. Access to screen printing, digital printing and letterpress equipment may be arranged,but cannot be guaranteed.
To apply for the next deadline, artists will need to email:
- -10 digital images (please send JPEGs and make sure your images can be opened on a Mac)
- -image list
- -curriculum vitae (with contact info: email, phone number, and mailing address)
- -artist’s statement
- -a brief narrative about the project you will be working on during your residency. Please articulate methodologies to be used in developing this particular piece or body of work.
Additional materials not requested will not be reviewed as part of the application.
Email required items to Anchor Graphics
Application materials may be sent in several emails if necessary.