March 5 - 18, 2018
Applications are now closed for our 2018 Artist-in-Residence.
Join us for an Artist Talk and Demonstration with Gabriella Boros
2018 Artists-in-Residence | March 5 – 18, 2018
2019 Residency Timeline:
Applications Open: April 6, 2018
Application Deadline: May 18, 2018
Notifications: June 12, 2018
2019 Artist-in-Residence Dates: March 4 – 17, 2019
March 17 | 12:30 pm
Gabriella’s woodblock prints touch on a variety of topics, including modern political upheaval and ecological destruction as filtered through the Hebrew book of Isaiah, female empowerment, and botanic healing. Gabriella will present and demonstrate her methodology, from the ideation through the printing process and also share from her portfolio of work.
Join us for an Exhibition and Artist Talk with David Andree
Speculations in time: contemporary approaches to working from the landscape
March 17 | 2:00 pm
David’s residency focuses on furthering four related bodies of work that explore flux in the landscape: Land Harps, Collaboration Drawings, Color Studies, and Current Castings. Expanding on the traditions of perceptually-based location painting and drawing, David explores intersections with sculpture and digital practices such as sound and video. He will share about his artistic investigations which are thematically focused on the unique sense of time within landscapes and the temporary and fragile nature of existence.
Grand Marais Art Colony Artist Residency Series
The Art Colony provides artists with independent work space in professional studios amidst the backdrop of a stunning landscape. An environment of creative freedom supports the process and development of new works, allowing for a combination of aesthetic inquiry, creative risk-taking, experimentation, and artistic development.
Two concurrent juried residencies are available in 2017, one in the Founders Hall multi-use Studio and one in the Eco-friendly Printmaking Studio. Juried residents are provided with two weeks of independent studio access, lodging, and a weekly stipend. Residents may choose to provide a community engagement component (optional) for an additional stipend.
Grand Marais and the Art Colony
Grand Marais has long supported the arts and is home to many artists. March is a quiet time in our community, lending itself well to a focused residency. At the same time, there are many outdoor activities within easy access including skiing, snow shoeing, and hiking.
The longest-lived art colony in Minnesota, the Grand Marais Art Colony began in 1947 as a summer refuge for artists seeking study and creative inspiration within the dynamic North Shore landscape.
Since that time, the Art Colony has served as a creative retreat and catalyst, helping people to foster a unique relationship between outdoor inspiration and artistic pursuit.
2017 Artists-in-Residence with John Schuerman & Luke Johnson
2016 Artists-in-Residence with Walter Early & Beth Dorsey
View photos of the 2016 Artist-in-Residence here
2015 Artists-in-Residence with Mary Bergs & Marty Harris
View photos of the 2015 Residency here
2014 Artist-in-Residence with Ginny Sims
Listen to a radio interview with Ginny on "The Roadhouse" on 90.7 WTIP, click here.
View photos of the 2014 Residence, here
2013 Artist-in-Residence with Lee & Dan Ross
View photos of the 2013 Residence & Exhibit by click here.
Watch a video of the Artists at Work, click here.
Watch a video of the Opening Lecture, click here.
2012 Artist-in-Residence with Hazel Belvo
View photos of of the 2012 Residence, click here.
Watch an interview by arts variety show, The Playlist, click here.
Watch Hazel Belvo's 1st public lecture, click here.
Watch the 2nd public lecture, click here
Watch the 3rd public lecture, click here.
Listen to a radio interview with Hazel Belvo on "The Roadhouse" on 90.7 WTIP, click here.
Juried Artists-in-Residence Application