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The Metal Museum AiR and Apprenticeship

September 27, 2012

WHO:

The Metal Museum offers a variety of opportunities for young and emerging artists and museum professionals, including the two-year Blacksmith and Museum Apprenticeship, general museum internships, 3 – 12 month artists’ residencies, and library research residencies.

WHAT:

Artist Residencies:

The Metal Museum’s Resident Artist Program affords artists the opportunity to live and work in a stimulating, supportive museum environment. With full access to the on-site smithy and foundry, artists are able to focus on their art and create a new body of work over the course of three, six, or twelve months. The program welcomes self-motivated, focused individuals working in various forms of metal arts including foundry, conservation/small metals and blacksmithing work. Housing, health insurance, studio space, and some materials are provided.

Research Residencies:

Artists and art historians may apply for a research residency. Residencies include housing and access to the library collection.

WHEN:

Artist Residencies: Interested 
applicants
 may
 apply 
at
 any 
time.

 Residencies
 are 
awarded 
based
 on 
merit
 and
 availability.

Research Residencies: Interested applicants may apply at any time.

LINK:

http://www.metalmuseum.org/artistprograms.html

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