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Do You Have a Moment? Reflections on our Pop In Residency.

Saved: Objects of the Dead As collaborators, Jody and I live and work on opposite coasts, yet a residency at Artspace, gave us the opportunity to work side by side, and enjoy the synergy, camaraderie, and insight that our collaboration, a creative environment, and a community inspires. In July we spent time working in the […]

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Resident Artist Spotlight: Caitlin Cary

Caitlin Cary is a Regional Emerging Artist in Residence at Artspace through December 2015. I had a chance to sit down with Caitlin in her studio before the September First Friday festivities began and talk a little about her unique process, her past, and her recent Connect & Create class at Artspace. Artspace: Your work involves textiles, quilting techniques, […]

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Behind the Scenes: The Gatlinburg Special

You’ve seen (and maybe even played) the latest installation from our Summer Artist in Residence, Amy Marie Masters, The Gatlinburg Special. It had a great reception during its opening night on First Friday, August 7, that even included an appearance by Dolly Parton! Well, sort of. But how about all the work that went on before the […]

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Meet PNC Pop-In Artist in Resident: Lile Stephens

We are delighted to welcome Lile Stephens to our PNC Pop-In Residency at Artspace this August. Lile will be in residence in the Upfront Gallery beginning July 29 through September 4. His exhibition will open September 4. Lile sent us the following description of his project and the exciting workshop he will be teaching: My residency will […]

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Moving Still by Tedd Anderson

Reflections: Regional Artist in Residence, Tedd Anderson

Throughout my time as a resident artist at Artspace I have had the privilege of developing a body of work within a high exposure environment.  I’ve been able to network with many decision makers in the triangle art scene, leading to many exciting opportunities for me in the next year; one such opportunity being a […]

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Jaimie Warren: I Just Called to Say I Love You

I Just Called to Say I Love You is the culmination of Jaimie Warren’s month-long PNC Pop-In residency in the Upfront Gallery. The project transforms Boticelli’s Renaissance masterpiece, Primavera, into a cacophony of color, sound, and pop cultural imagery. Set to Stevie Wonder’s 1984 hit of the same name, the video takes the viewer on […]

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Meet Regional Artist in Residence: Kellie Bornhoft

As part of an ongoing series highlighting our Artspace Studio Artists, Members and Artists in Residence, we welcome this guest post by Kellie Bornhoft, Artspace Regional Artist in Residence.  Since moving to Raleigh last summer, the Artspace Regional Artist in Residency has been vital for me to get plugged into the local art community. Through conversations with other artists […]

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Collaborate with Brooklyn Artist Jaimie Warren at Artspace!

Be a part of a brand new artwork by NYC-based artist Jaimie Warren during her residency at Artspace in May of 2015. This is the artist’s third project in which she has created a large, collaborative work during a residency. Warren is looking for set designers, costume makers and performers of all skill levels to be […]

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Get It! Focus on Residencies and Grants

Wednesday, September 24 Get It! Forum on Residencies and Grants is a panel discussion and Q&A session on how to effectively write, apply for, and carry out residency and grant proposals. Panelists Include: Jeff Pettus of the NC Arts Council Sarah Corrin of the Office of Raleigh Arts Catherine Howard, visual artist Anthony Ulinski, visual […]

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Meet our Summer Artist-in-Residence!

We can’t wait till this year’s Summer Artist-in-Residence, Leslie Vigeant, arrives from the west coast. Recently I asked her a few questions, so we can get to know her a bit before she arrives. Q: What caused you to switch from oil painting to watercolors? I want to elevate the position of watercolor as an […]

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