air: artist in residence
Our [AIR] program includes a national residency BY invitation and local residencies By APPLICATION
We offer three residency opportunities for local artists who are interested in expanding their practice through printmaking.
The application deadline for 14-week residencies are due December 1st. Notifications will be made December 7th.
14-Week Artist Residency (oPEN to Various mediums)
Deadline: December 1st, 2019
This residency is open to local artists with no printmaking knowledge required. Our working studio provides a space for multiple disciplines and this residency is available to both those who wish to pursue printmaking or other mediums.
Spring 2020: January 14th – April 28th
Summer 2020: May 19th – August 25th
Fall 2020: September 8th – December 15th
In your application please email recent work samples that exemplify your talent in your proposed medium and a current resume that includes a link to your website after you complete the form below. There are three residency opportunities for local artists who are interested in expanding their practice through printmaking. Please let us know which time period you are wanting to apply for. Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Artist will commit to spending 20 hours a week utilizing our equipment in the ARTSPACE studio to complete their projects. The 20 hours must be during normal operating hours, Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm. However, the studio is always open to the Artist in Residence during after hours programming. Agreements must be met or the residency is subject to termination.
Agrees to teach either a workshop or host a lecture concerning processes and methods they are utilizing in their own work.
If the resident completes their requirements, they will be given the opportunity to exhibit in our PRESS gallery.
Artist will be expected to complete an edition of 40 prints, 11” x 14” in size. The edition will be split 50/50 with ARTSPACE. The print edition for the 14 week resident does not have to be their main focus, but it must be an original idea that corresponds with the body of work they are producing during their residency. ARTSPACE covers all the costs of the edition.
This can be a collaborative residency, but you must apply as a collaboration if you are wanting more than one artist to work on your ARTSPACE edition.
Preference will be given to educators for the summer residency.
Preference will be given to artists with some knowledge of printmaking due to the nature of the artists working independently.
The Artist in Residence has the opportunity to participate in any workshops hosted by ARTSPACE at Untitled throughout the duration of their residency.
Residency opportunities are open to Oklahoma artists 21 years of age or older, showing a strong professional working history. Primary interest is visual arts with a focus on multidisciplinary approach to printmaking and works on paper. Local based artists seeking a residency must submit a complete application including a residency project proposal, recent work samples and current resume. All applications will be sent to an out-of-state printing house to determine selection. The application deadline for 14-week residencies are due December 1st. Notifications will be made December 7th.
Artists applying to ARTSPACE at Untitled’s residency program should not be enrolled in an academic program during the residency timeline. Applications consisting of small collaboratives (2-3 total members) are eligible to apply. Each artist included in the collaborative must submit a resume.
Artists in Residence are encouraged to participate in other public programming by providing the public a glimpse into their process through demonstrations, workshops, talks and an exhibit in the Press Gallery. Local artists have the opportunity to work alongside our national and international visiting AIR.
The visiting artist program is by invitation only, bringing national and international artists to Oklahoma City in an effort to benefit the local community. ARTSPACE at Untitled introduces these artists to the local arts community by hosting public events, lectures and workshops and providing a collaborative studio experience between both local and visiting artists.
James Bailey | Missoula, MT
Carol Barton | Philadelphia, PA
Laura Berman | Kansas City, MO
Patrick Brophy | Nass. Ireland
Nick Bubash | Pittsburgh, PA
Ying Kit Chan | Louisville, KY
Petah Coyne | Brooklyn, NY
Martin Delabano | Dallas, TX
Tim Dooley | Cedar Falls, IA
Eve ensler | New York City, NY
Bill Goldston | Bay Shore, NY
Mark Fox | New York, NY
Brad Ford Smith | Dallas, TX
Billy Hassell | Fort Worth, TX
John Hitchcock | Madison, WI
Richard Hull | Chicago, IL
Karen Kunc | Omaha, NE
Abby Leigh | NYC, Ny
Jesús Moroles | Rockport, TX
Sam Reveles | El Paso, TX
Jay Sullivan | Dallas, TX
Philip Van Keuren | Dallas, TX
Wayne White | Los Angeles, CA
William T. Wiley | Marin County, CA
Aaron Wilson | Cedar Falls, IA
Jesse Small | Kansas City, MO
John-Paul Philippe | Sharon, CT
Christine Sefolosha | Montreaux, Switzerland
current local air: Carol Ann Webster
Exploring personal imagery and how the past informs the present
“The past informs the present. Memory makes the map we carry, no matter how hard we try to erase it.” Cara Black, Murder in the Bastille
My project focuses on combining personal photographic images with a variety of art materials and techniques to create pieces of art. Beginning with something as personal as an old photo gives the burgeoning artist a doorway into making art that stirs emotion.
Ideally these are personal photographs; pictures from childhood, pictures of family members, living and passed, photos of old home places or even pictures of items from the past.
Some techniques to be explored are photo transfers, collage, block printing, chine-colle.
Materials include tissue paper, newsprint, string, mesh, metallic leaf, encaustic wax, rusted paper, fabric, stitching, and water-based paints applied to wood panels or stretched canvas.
I try to make my work look old. Working in layers with techniques that look old, worn, and faded allow me to give up perfection. I’m more concerned with the feelings and memories attached to the work. The techniques that create the feeling of “old” vary and allow me to experiment with tools and materials.
Besides my interest in exploring this concept fully, I want to teach others to use their own stories through photographs and give them a doorway into their own creativity.