$1000 stipend for one month; up to $1000 for a round-trip coach travel to Homer, and lodging in a private room with a shared kitchen and living area above the arts center.
To apply, register with www.callforentry.org and submit a one page statement of intent, one-page resume and five work samples and $25 application fee. Do not submit applications directly to Bunnell Arts Center.
Bunnell Street Arts Center is a multidisciplinary arts center located in a landmark building overlooking Kachemak Bay and the Kenai Mountains. Bunnell’s mission is to nurture and present innovative, exceptional art in all media for diverse audiences. A premier exhibition and performance space with historic charm on the main floor doubles as an open studio for artists in residence.
Description of the residency program:
Bunnell Street Arts Center presents an artist in residence program for visiting artists from Alaska, US and international artists to create and share artwork that activates the Arts Center’s space and surrounding outdoor neighborhood sites. Bunnell’s Artist in Residence presents opportunities through art to explore creative placemaking: strengthening the physical, social and economic fabric of the community through the arts. They seek artist-led projects featuring community engagement through art such as poetry, new media, film, music, ephemeral art, dance, painting, theater, installation, creative writing or sculpture at the arts center and surrounding community.
Private bedroom in a shared housing facility.
Additional studio information: The artists studio is Bunnell’s main exhibition gallery, open to the public during regular gallery hours Monday-Saturday; it is not private.
Studios/special equipment: nipping press, small printing press, HD/3D video projector, HD video camera.
Homer is a city located in Kenai Peninsula Borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. Homer is also nicknamed "the end of the road," and more recently, "the cosmic hamlet by the sea."