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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Nine Young Opera Singers Advance to the Final Round of Met’s National Council Auditions
Nine Young Opera Singers Advance to the Final Round of
America’s Most Prestigious Vocal Competition,
the Met’s National Council Auditions
The final phase of competition is a live public concert held this
Sunday, March 19, on the Met stage;
winners will receive individual cash prizes o...
Ability vs. Invisibility
March 2 – April 15, 2017
@Tina Kim Gallery
Tina Kim Gallery is delighted to present Ability vs. Invisibility, the first solo exhibition in the
United States by South Korean artist Chung Seoyoung. Following her first group show in New Yo...
Lee Ufan: Ceramics
Mar 10, 2017 – Apr 08, 2017
Pace Gallery is pleased to present Lee Ufan: Ceramics, the first solo exhibition of the artist’s ceramic works in North America. Part of Asia Week New York, the exhibition will be on view from March 10 through April 8, 2017, a...
Robert D. Maury lecture: The Buddhist Arts of Korea
Thursday, March 16, 2017 | 6:30 PM
This illustrated slide lecture with Robert D. Mowry will introduce Korean Buddhist art, focusing on the late Three Kingdoms period (traditionally, 57 BC – AD 668), the Unified Silla period (668–935), and the Koryŏ period (918–1392). Buddhism reached Korea from China in the fourth century; by the ...
BKLYN DESIGNS EXTENDS DEADLINE FOR BROOKLYN-MADE, INNOVATIVE INSTALLATION COMPETITION
May 5-7, 2017
Brooklyn Expo Center in Greenpoint
BKLYN DESIGNS EXTENDS DEADLINE FOR
BROOKLYN-MADE, INNOVATIVE INSTALLATION
Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce
Commissions Original, Site-Specific Installation
Based on Theme of Connectivity
NY – March 10, 2017) For the first time in the show...