The NARS residency program supports emerging and mid-career international and US-based artists to develop their artistic practice and professional networks during 3 or 6 month studio based residencies, creating an international artistic dialogue and exchange. Working alongside each other and in conversation with visiting critics, the artists-in-residence will be provided with administrative and curatorial support to experiment and create new work to be shown in a residency exhibition in March.
To become a part of the NARS International Artist Residency Program, please consider applying to the new round of Open Calls to be announced in mid-January. NARS will also be accepting applications for the inaugural Curator-in-Residence Program. To find out more about our programs or upcoming announcements, please email email@example.com.
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April 14–October 29, 2017 (weather permitting)
The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden, Gallery 926
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