2014 KBOO Artist In Residence
The KBOO Community Radio Artist In Residence Program assists artists working creatively with sound. Every year, one artist or one collaborative group of artists will be awarded twenty hours of studio recording and production time with a KBOO Mixologist in order to create a piece of sound art that will be publically presented at the end of the Residency.
The Artist in Residence Program is open to artists of all disciplines whose project proposals include sound as a major component.
The goals of the KBOO Artist Support Program are to support and invest in individuals who are pushing themselves artistically using sound, whose work will impact the cultural landscape of Portland, and to bring those artists into the dynamic KBOO community of local, national, and international artists and activists.
Artist in Residence Program Eligibility
The KBOO Artists in Residence program is open to non-student artists residing in the the Portland Metro Area of any age, discipline, or background.
Current KBOO Community Radio staff, interns, board members, or their immediate family members may not apply. Artists who have previously participated in the Artist Support Program must wait 2 years before being eligible to apply again.
Artist in Residence Program Selection Criteria
Panelists will base their selections upon artistic need for resources and support, the artistic merit of the proposed project; the feasibility of the proposed project; the quality of the work represented in the work samples provided by the applicant; the readiness to engage with the KBOO Community; and the response of the panelists to the applicant’s proposal/work in comparison to the other submissions received.
Artist in Residence Program Selection Process
KBOO Staff will review proposals to determine eligibility and clarity of application
A three person panel will review and rate proposals according to review criteria. Panels will be made up of a cross section of the arts community who have experience with KBOO, or are sound artists of some kind. Panel reviews will not be open to the public.
Artist in Residence Program Timeline
Deadline for Applications: February 14, 2014 Noon
All applicants will be notified in writing by May 2, 2014 5pm
Meet and Greet with 2014 AIR - June, 2014
AIR Term June - Sept 2014
Public Performance of work created during KBOO AIR Oct, 2014
Final report due Nov 9, 2014 5pm
Terms of Residence
THE ARTIST WILL
-create a piece of sound art that can stand alone on the kboo website and be performed at a public event
-create the art in a 4 month period
-help promote KBOO AIR
- post to the KBOO website and the AIR facebook page during residency
-comply with the general kboo volunteer rules
-acknowledge support of kboo in all printed materials that incorporate this sound art. KBOO logos will be provided.
-finish and return the AIR evaluation to Erin Yanke by Nov 9, 2014
-provide 20 hours studio time
-provide 20 hours mixologist time
-provide staff support
-include an artist profile on the Boo Wire, the KBOO podcast about internal events, special content, and other KBOO phenomenon.
-will attempt to get artist on air for promotional appearances
--set up public event
Send applications to:
KBOO Artist in Residence 2014
c/o Erin Yanke
20 SE 8th Ave
Portland OR 97214
Artist in Residence Program Application Materials
KBOO Artist in Residence Application
Resume or CV
Please email or mail the KBOO Artist in Residence Application (please limit your answers to 4 pages), a Resume or CV (no more than 2 pages), 3 References (include name, email address, phone number), and up to 3 work samples, with descriptions. We are looking for work that is most similar to your proposal. Work samples will be reviewed for a maximum of 8 minutes total - for all samples collectively, not per sample. Samples will be accepted via CD, email, or Dropbox at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KBOO Artist in Residence Application
What do you hope to accomplish as a KBOO Artist in Residence? Why do you believe the residency will be of benefit?
What does your art practice entail? What is your artistic process? What is your regular work environment?
What would you like to do as a KBOO Artist in Residence? Describe your proposed project.
If this is a collective project, tell us about your collaborators.
What is your target audience for this project? Who do you intend or hope to engage? Who is this project for? Why?
What other support (grants, resources) will you have at the time of the AIR to create art?
Provide a preliminary, draft timeline for your project, to take place between June and September, 2014.
What do you plan on doing with the finished piece of sound art?
What is your relationship with KBOO?
What else do you want us to know about you, your project, or your proposal?