The Ellis-Beauregard Foundation provides resources for artists, engages with community and promotes the legacy of the founding artists, Joan Beauregard and John David Ellis.
The vision of the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation is to encourage, expand and sustain the courageous and imaginative dialogue that is fundamental to the arts. The Ellis-Beauregard Foundation celebrates the value of art to transcend cultures and engage with diverse communities. Through its programs, the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation supports the exploration of the common ground that art occupies, the way it engages people, and its ability to reveal our shared human experience.
College of the Atlantic is offering a $150.00 grant to students currently enrolled in Professor Nancy Andrews's Making Art Class (fall, 2020). COA is interested in supporting bold, compelling, risk taking work in and/or outside of the standard exhibition venue.
Please describe the objectives of your project.
Describe your most focused vision for the finished project or production.
Describe any key visions, impressions, or insights that you intend, and the audience that you would like to reach.
What does your project do? communicate?
What will make your project personally satisfying?
How will this project engage people?
500 word limit
Please include bio (100 word limit), artist statement (100 word limit)and work samples and work samples List.
Please include up to 10 work samples OR up to five minutes total of video of time-based work such as film, video and/or animation:
Work samples will be reviewed in the order they are submitted, which should match the Work Samples List. In the Work Samples List, include the title, medium, dimensions, year of completion, and additional information as required. If other clarification about each artwork is necessary for the panelist to understand what they are seeing or hearing, no more than one line per work sample should be added for clarification.
Juror: Donna McNeil, Founding Director, Ellis-Beauregard Foundation
THIS IS NOT INTENDED TO BE PART OF YOUR GRADE
Artist Residency Program
The Ellis-Beauregard Foundation recognizes that the arts are essential to an open, enlightened society. The residency program values innovation, experimentation and creative risk-taking in all genres, known and as yet to be discovered. We envision the residency as inclusive and diverse, prompting reflection and dialogue with other residents and the community, offering the gift of concentrated time and space in which to unveil new ideas and imagine new ways of working.
The Ellis-Beauregard Foundation, located on the coast of Maine in Rockland, will provide four light filled studios for residencies at Lincoln Street Center, a repurposed school in the heart of Rockland, and a stipend of $1000.00 a month per resident. Sleeping area in studio is provided. Interested artists may submit applications to the Foundation by visiting our website, Ellis-Beauregard Foundation no later than midnight, December 15, 2020 to Submittable. For questions please contact Donna McNeil, Executive Director at email@example.com or 207-594-5825
Artists must be at least 18 years old and residents of the United States.
Artists of any discipline may apply
There will be 6 month, one month and two month sessions. When you apply please indicate the dates you would like to attend.
6 month sessions
April 1 - September 30, 2021
2 month sessions
April 1 - May 31, 2021
June 1 - July 31, 2021
August 1 - September 30, 2021
1 month sessions
April 1 - April 31, 2021
May 1 - May 31, 2021
June 1 -June 30, 2021
July 1 - July 31, 2021
August 1 - August 31, 2021
September 1 - September 31, 2021
Post- Covid-19 Artists are required to include a component of public engagement of their choice, for example a lecture, exhibition, performance, public art, intervention, collaboration etc.
Artists are expected to participate in events hosted by the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation and to credit the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation in all social media, exhibit announcements and any other public interface during the time their residency..
The Ellis-Beauregard Foundation sets up studio visits from critics, curators, artists and museum directors during the residency sessions.
Lincoln Street Center Studios, 24 Lincoln Street, Rockland, Maine 04841. www.lscrockland.com
is located in the lively creative community of Rockland, Maine, home to the Farnsworth Art Museum, The Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Steel House, Salt Stage, The Apprentice Shop, The Camden International Documentary Film Festival, Rockland Shorts film festival, North Atlantic Blues Festival, Maine Lobster festival and many galleries.
Residency Length: six, one and two month sessions at the discretion of the juror.
Number of artists in residence at a time: 4
Sleeping room provided in studio with shared bath and kitchen.
Meals: No meals/food provided
Companions: No Spouses/partners/children or pets allowed.
Building is ADA compliant
Keyed entry is 24 -7.
Studios are on the second floor with working elevator.
Facilities and services:
Studios are all large classroom spaces with big windows
Common room or meeting space available for residents’ use.
EBF Wing bathroom.
EBF Wing kitchen
Smoking allowed outdoors only.
There is a small theatre in the building with proscenium stage and raked seating. Use is negotiable.
Common area large service sink.
How to apply:
Please submit application electronically to Submittable.com no later than 11:59pm December 15, 2020. Late applications will not be reviewed.
10, 300 dpi jpegs of your work which may include details. Images should be current, no more than 2 years old.
Performing artists should submit work samples in currently popular, cross-platform, video formats which include mp4, mov, avi, flv, and wmv. Multiple videos may be submitted per application but their aggregate length must not exceed 2 minutes for single-project applications and 5 minutes for multi-component applications. Videos must be embedded in .pdf files with a maximum file size of 25 MB.
Proposed public engagement project is expected to evolve during the residency, is NOT a part of the application process, but is an essential component.
Review policy and notification:
Selection into The Ellis-Beauregard Foundation Studio Residence program will be based on artistic excellence. Artists working at every level, emerging through established, are equitably welcomed and reviewed. Applications will be evaluated by a panel of experts in the field and applicants will be notified by email of acceptance into residency no later than January, 2021.
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