FRESHWORKS RESIDENCY – FALL 2018
Freshworks is a month long creative residency program for Pittsburgh based artists and artist collaborative groups. Freshworks focuses on supporting innovation, creativity and professional development for artists working in contemporary dance, theater and multimedia arts seeking interdisciplinary collaborations. The month long residency culminates with a performance during Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn Avenue.
Freshworks artists in residency program made its debut at KST in 2013 supporting Pittsburgh based artists in the playful exploration of new works. The program provides artists with production support, lighting and sound design, studio space and encouragement for creative risk taking through interdisciplinary collaborations.
- Luke Murphy
- Mark Conway Thompson
- Anthony Williams
- Alan Obuzor
- Anqwenique Wingfield
- Jasmine Hearn
- Alisha Wormsley
- Jennifer Meridian and Hannah G Thompson
- The DANA Movement Ensemble
- Lori Hepner and Kendra Ross
- Anthony B. Mitchell Jr and Noel Quintana
- Vatic Kuumba, Darrell Kinsel, and Anqwenique Wingfield
- Maree ReMalia, Gigi Gatewood, and Lillian Cho
- Access to 80 hours of studio time over the course of one month during our Fall 2016 season.
- Access to our Alloy Studios, schedule to be approved by Alloy Studios Manager.
- Production support including lighting and sound design assistance.
- Resident artists are provided with a stipend per residency month. Kelly Strayhorn Theater recognizes that this stipend will most likely not cover all of the Resident artists’ costs.
- Resident artist must work with a new collaborator for the duration of the residency program.
- Host public Master class or workshop related to residency inquiry during residency period.
- Residency concludes with work-in-progress performance on the first Friday of the following month in conjunction with Penn Avenue First Fridays: Unblurred.
- Photography and videography documentation of residency and work-in-progress performance.
Eligible artists must:
- Reside in the Pittsburgh area.
- Be invested in presenting work that explores themes of humanities, technology, and/or social practice using a multi-disciplinary approach
- Be working with new collaborations.
HOW TO APPLY
Use our simple online application.
Applications will be reviewed by KST programming staff and advisors. Notification of selection will be emailed by mid August 2018. Additional work or information may be requested for review.
Applications for the Fall 2018 season must be submitted by Monday, July 2, 2018 at 6:00pm.
If you have any questions about this program or any aspect of the proposal process, please contact:
Darrell Kinsel, Senior Producer | firstname.lastname@example.org