Community Art Fellowship – John Michael Kohler Arts Center (Sheboygan, Wisconsin)
The Community Arts Fellowship position (August 2015 – August 2016) at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center offers a graduate-level candidate or an exceptional undergraduate candidate the opportunity to gain professional experience at an internationally acclaimed arts center. The Arts Center’s mission is to encourage and support innovative explorations in the arts and to foster an exchange between a national community of artists and a broad public that will help realize the power of the arts to inspire and transform our world. The Fellow will lead the coordination of the Exhibition Artists-in-Residence (ExAIR) program, and assist with the Connecting Communities (CC) residency program at the Arts Center. The ExAIR program invites current exhibition artists to share their creative process with students and community members, making it possible for individuals who often lack access to the arts to develop a deeper level of engagement with the exhibitions and their own creative potential. The Connecting Communities Residency Program is an ongoing program that brings together superb artists with individuals from the area’s diverse communities in order to collaborate on major original works of art.
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