Artists in Residence Lab. QTVR by Elaine Yoneoka. 2000

Artists in Residence Program

The Artist in Residence Program at Do While Studio provides professional artists working in evolving technologies the opportunity to develop their work in a dynamic, technologically advanced environment. Three month residencies are available with a maximum of three residents each year. Do While Studio provides studio space for production and research, shared equipment access, and a community of professional artists with deep experience working with technology. Do While Studio does not supply staff for teaching software applications or bulding hardware configurations. Limited technical consult is available free of charge to residents who request their specific needs in their application.

Artists in Residence at Do While Studio are required to present their work publicly, to document their work online, to advance the mission of Do While Studio, and to share in community building.

Projects which are designed for community outreach or for educational purposes will be considered for the program.

No honorarium is available. There is no fee to the artist.

How to Apply
To apply, please send a project proposal of up to three pages in length, describing the work you plan for your Residency and how your work fits into and advances the mission of Do While Studio. Also submit a resume listing your professional art experience and technical skills, along with appropriate visual support materials (disks, CDs, slides, videotape, URLs etc.) to

Jennifer Hall
Do While Studio
122 South Street
Boston, MA 02111

If you need to have your materials returned, please send a self-addressed, stamped envelope.

updated (5/02/2000)*