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Artist Residency at Lillstreet

Just a friendly reminder that Lillstreet Art Center in Chicago is still accepting applications for artist residencies in ceramics, textiles, painting, metalsmithing, and more through this Sunday, October 31st, 2010. Residencies for most areas last 6 to 12 months. Applications must include 10 images of work created in the last 3 years, a personal statement, resumé, and three references. For more information and to download the application form please visit Lillstreet's website. You can also send an email to Emily Schroeder with any questions about the program or the application process.

Lillstreet is quite a gem of an art center. With an inspiring variety of permanent and visiting faculty teaching a wide assortment of affordable classes including embroidery, soda fire and inkoku, encaustic painting, resin for jewelry, glassblowing, and bookmaking. Just writing this is kinda making me jealous of all the folks who get to work and play over there. So hurry up! If you're looking for a residency with tons of opportunity in a variety of mediums in a fabulous city- send in that application.

(images via I-GO and Apartment Therapy)

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