Artists in the Collaboration Incubator program commit to short-term projects intended to lay the foundation for a longer term relationship of the artist with academic collaborators. Artists are given a stipend and a project budget to spend time in the university, establish networks, use the Target Studio to advance the project, and prepare project proposals to seek future funding.
The ultimate goal of the program is to establish a collaboration that will evolve into a long-term relationship.
WAM is pleased to announce a $24,000 matching grant from Stardust to establish a Collaboration Incubator: an initiative to support innovative ideas for creative collaboration at their nascent stages. Stardust is a dynamic portfolio of projects, partnerships, and investments working to illuminate value. Funds will support stipends for artists in residence at the Target Studio for Creative Collaboration at WAM focusing on issues of women’s equity, immigration, incarceration and trafficking of Native American women, and foster care.
PROJECTS | SPRING SEMESTER 2019
PROJECTS | FALL SEMESTER 2018