Call Detail
2015 Glacier National Park Artist-In-Residence



Contact Email: jessica_kusky@nps.gov
Call Type: Residencies
Eligibility: International
State: Montana
Entry Deadline: 1/31/15
Application Closed
REQUIREMENTS:
Media
Images - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 4
Audio - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 2
Video - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 2
Total Media - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 4
Entry Fee (Glacier National Park Artist-In-Residence): $20.00
The Artist-in-Residence Program at Glacier National Park offers professional artists the opportunity to pursue their artistic discipline while being surrounded by the park’s inspiring landscape. The program seeks professional artists whose work is related to the park’s interpretative themes and supports the mission of the National Park Service.
Glacier National Park’s Interpretive Themes:
  • The geologic features of Glacier National Park combine natural beauty, examples of mountain building, and the effects of glaciation, revealing many chapters in the history of the Earth. 
  • Glacier National Park offers a variety of wilderness experiences that provide the challenges and rewards of encountering nature on its own terms while conveying the necessity of stewardship for the land.
  • Glacier National Park's designation as part of the world's first International Peace Park celebrates on-going peace, cooperation, and goodwill between two nations, and symbolizes the ideal of peace among all nations.
  • Glacier's cultural resources chronicle the evolving history of human activities, interactions, and experiences in the American west that reveal changes in societal attitudes about land and its uses.
  • The enduring connection between the Blackfeet, Salish, and Kootenai peoples and the landscape and resources of the area known as Glacier National Park is reflected through their history, traditions, language, and contemporary values.
  • The establishment of Glacier National Park and its geographic location has enabled its ecological processes and biological diversity to survive relatively intact in a rapidly changing and encroaching world.
     
Mission of the National Park Service:
The National Park Service preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the national park system for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The Park Service cooperates with partners to extend the benefits of natural and cultural resource conservation and outdoor recreation throughout this country and the world.
 
Dates for the Artist-in-Residence sessions:
  • June 1 -29, 2015
  • July 6 – August 3, 2015
  • August 31 – September 27,  2015
  • October 5 - November 2, 2015
 
Benefit to the artist:
The program provides artist with uninterrupted time to pursue their work and the opportunity to engage and inspire the public through outreach programs. The selected artists will be given rent-free use of a furnished cabin on the shores of Lake McDonald for four weeks. The lodging is rustic with no cell phone service or internet. Basic cooking equipment and bedding is provided, as well as access to the park library. Artists should be self-sufficient and provide all of their necessary art supplies. No stipend is available. Artist must provide their own transportation.
Benefit to Glacier National Park:
The artist will present several public programs during their residency. This program must be related to their experience as the artist-in-residence. Programs can be demonstrations, talks, exploratory walks, or performances. The artist will provide digital images of selected work to the park within six months of the completing the residency. The images should represent their experience as the artist-in-residence. The park has the right to use those digital images in park publications, websites and presentations for education and outreach. The artist’s name will be prominently cited in any use.
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