Denali National Park and Preserve Artist-in-Residence, Winter and Summer 2015
Event Dates: 0/0/00 - 0/0/00
Entry Deadline: 9/30/14
Images - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 6
Audio - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 6
Video - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 6
Total Media - Minimum: 0, Maximum: 6
A panel of artists, writers, and park personnel appointed by the superintendent reviews applications from professional artists annually. Selection is made on the basis of required entry materials, vision, new and innovative ways of responding to the park, and recognized accomplishment as demonstrated in those materials.
Each residency takes place during a ten-day period. Artists are responsible for their own food and transportation. No stipend is provided. Each artist may bring with him or her one adult guest for the length of the residency.
Between June and September, summer residents stay at the historic East Fork Cabin at Mile 43 on the Park Road. Winter residencies take place between late February and the end of March and are based primarily at Park Headquarters at Mile 3.4. Depending on weather and other circumstances, winter residents also may have an opportunity to stay several nights at one of the historic ranger patrol cabins along the first 20 miles of the Park Road.
Each artist is expected --
All finished pieces are due at the park by Dec. 31 of the calendar year in which a residency takes place.