The Bridge Program fosters generative dialogue among a select group of artists (10 artists max), in a seminar-style course designed to push your art practice into new realms. You’ll work in an intensive, small-group setting to refine project ideas, better articulate the central concerns of your practice, deepen the conceptual grounding of your work, and situate your practice within a wider art world context. You’ll participate in critiques, writing sessions, essay discussions, and a public artist talk at the culminating program showcase in the Art Center’s Muller Meeting Room and 4833 Project Space. Advanced artists in all media are encouraged to apply.
Application for Spring 2020 is below, we will contact artists the week of March 30, 2020, to confirm participation. This is a competitive program so unfortunately there is no guarantee, but all are encouraged to apply!
SPRING 2020 BRIDGE PROGRAM:
April 6, 2020 – June 8, 2020
Facilitator: Claudine Ise
APPLICATIONS FOR 2020 SPRING
BRIDGE PROGRAM ARE
DUE BY END OF DAY,
SUNDAY MARCH 22, 2020.
Tuition: $285/members $305/not-yet-members
To apply for the Bridge Program, please fill out the application below. Questions about The Bridge Program can be directed to Director of Education Mike Nourse, who can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Bridge Program Facilitator
PhD, 1998, Film, Literature, and Culture, University of Southern California. M.A., 1991, Critical Studies in Film and Television, University of Southern California. B.A., 1989, English Literature, Pomona College. Essays: “Alison Ruttan: War Studies;” “Scott Wolniak: Field Work;” “Kendell Carter: Crossing Lines;” “Anders Ruhwald at Saarinen House;” “Carrie Schneider: Learning to Fall,” “Andreas Fischer: Ghost Town.” Publications: Chicago Tribune, Chicago Magazine, Artforum.com, Art Papers. Curation: “The Annual,” Chicago Artists Coalition (2015); “Heidi Norton: The Grass Has Eyes,” Comfort Station (2015); “Feminism (n.): Plural,” Woman Made Gallery (2015); “Vanishing Point,” Wexner Center for the Arts (2005).