Past PNC Pop In Artist in Residence

The PNC Pop In residency program at Artspace provides an artist with a month-long studio opportunity to work on a project of their choice and to interact with the public and the artist community. It is also an opportunity for the artist to exhibit the work they create immediately following the residency. During the residency period, the artist must engage with the Raleigh community through a collaborative project or through teaching a workshop. To apply for our PNC Pop in Residency, please visit the PNC Pop In Artist in Residence opportunities’ page.

 

2018

Debbie Quick
Errant
May 4 – June 30, 2018

Debbie Quick will examine and expose traumatic identity-formation heightened by misinformation. Using beaded drawings and figurative sculptures, this work explores early childhood archetype storytelling. Doll-sized figures will cast out drawings made from seed beads from their hands. 

2017

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Ursula Gullow
July 3 – September 30, 2017

During July, Gullow will work in the Upfront Gallery to create an exhibition that will open in August. Gullow states, “I emphasize the in-between spaces of story-telling and bodies in motion.” Gullow was the recipient of the North Carolina Regional Artist Project Grant in 2009 and Penland School of Craft’s Williams and Womble Scholarship in 2014.

2016

Jodie Servon
June 28 – August 4, 2016

Our latest Pop In Artist in Residence, Jody Servon, comes to us from Boone, NC, where she is a professor and the Sharpe Chair of Fine and Applied Arts at Appalachian State University. Servon received an MFA in New Genre from The University of Arizona and a BFA in Visual Art from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Servon will use her residency to interact with the public through site-specific installations and happenings dedicated to social engagement. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Miami Herald, and the Arizona Daily Star, AGNI, New American PaintingsArtful Dodge and Time.com.

2015

Lile Stephens, operating System

Lile Stephens
July 29 – September 4, 2015

Lile Stephens’ residency, presented by PNC and located in Artspace’s Upfront Gallery, will explore our cultural and personal relationship to flight. Stephens explains, “Human flight is one of the most ‘unnatural’ yet ubiquitous uses of technology.” He is interested in grappling with the anxiety and fear we associate with commercial flight, drone flight and mythological flight. During his residency, Stephens will conduct a workshop where students will learn how to pilot small aircraft in addition to building a quadcopter drone from the ground up.

Jamie Warren
I Just Called to Say I Love You
May 1 – June 5, 2015

Jaimie Warren’s residency, sponsored by PNC and located in Artspace’s Upfront Gallery, will involve a large-scale, collaborative installation pulling elements of theatre production, photography, and art history together into an exciting interactive experience.

Volunteers are needed throughout the month-long residency to assist Warren in the completion of the project. She is looking for set designers, costume makers and performers of all skill levels and will teach basic skills using simple materials including fabric, paint, cardboard and newspaper. Ages 12-80 are welcome to participate.

Warren will host open studio periods and performance practices several days a week throughout the month of May, and a final rehearsal and shoot at the end of the month.

Jaimie Warren was born in 1980 in Waukesha, Wisconsin and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She is co-creator and co-director of the community-engaged traveling collective Whoop Dee Doo.

Recent solo exhibitions of Warren’s work have been presented at The Hole in New York, San Francisco Camerawork in California, and the Kennedy Museum in Ohio. Warren is the recipient of the 2014 Baum Award for An Emerging American Photographer and is the subject of a 2008 monograph published by Aperture.