Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice Call [us NYC]

Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice [DIAP] MFA Program @ City College of New York (CUNY) :: Artist-in-Residence Project: Call for Applications — Deadline: January 15, 2011.

[DIAP] seeks an artist working in digital/interdisciplinary media for a three-month project residency from March 1 – May 30th, 2011. The [DIAP] Artist-in-residence position is an opportunity for an artist working in digital and interdisciplinary media to realize a creative project in residence at The City College of New York under the auspices of the Art Department’s soon-to-launch Master’s Program in Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice. Candidates should be emerging or mid-career artists interested in a research an collaboration agenda that focuses on digital and interdisciplinary media and which explores the relationship between technology and art.

[DIAP] encourages the development of critical art practices using a research perspective to explore the relationship between technology and art. With a focus on Subject- and Medium-based workshops, students in the two-year MFA program in Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice will explore advanced strategies in digital, photographic, and interdisciplinary media. Drawing on diverse models of individual or collaborative practice, students will be encouraged to adopt critical approaches to changing technologies. This program promotes engagement with other disciplines in the humanities, arts and sciences, moving beyond the traditional studio environment to stimulate scholarly research and discourse in cross-disciplinary art practice.

A studio and one-time stipend of $1000 will be provided. The residency period is March 1, 2011–May 30, 2011. Responsibilities include a public lecture and presentation of the artists’ project in an open studio at the conclusion of the residence. The artist-in-residence is required to spend at least 16 hours on campus each week during the residency. No formal teaching experience is required, but the ability to informally interact with students working in a broad range of media and techniques, which can include photography and new media, is desirable. The resident artist will have access to the City College Art
Department facilities.

Application Requirements

Send an email with the following information:

1. In the subject header: “DIAP Residency Proposal-[your name].”

2. Artist information including full name, residence address, email address, and short bio

3. An artist’s resume in the form of an attached file (doc, pdf, rtf) or webpage URL

4. A portfolio that documents up to 3 projects previously done by applicant. The portfolio can be in the form of URLs or attached file (pdf, jpeg, or doc). If your portfolio includes video, we suggest uploading the video to YouTube and providing a URL.

5. A text file (txt, doc, pdf, or rtf) that provides the following information:
• Describe your proposed project in one sentence. (30 words max)
• Describe in detail the project you’d like to complete during your residency. (1000 word maximum)
• Please provide a production schedule for your project.
• Please list any resources (technical, material, tool) that you expect DIAP to provide (e.g., access to a webserver, wood shop, etc.).

Please note that DIAP is unable to provide housing, and that students currently enrolled in a degree program are not eligible to apply.

Please limit the total file size of the email attachments to no more than 4 MB.

Submit the complete application to diap [at]

Alternatively, applications can be submitted on CD-ROM or DVD-ROM to:

The City College of New York
Art Department
Attn: DIAP
160 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
diap [at]

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