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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony
    Descriptive info: .. Next Residency Application Deadline.. January 15, 2014.. Please leave this field empty.. Sondheim.. Simon.. Chabon.. 12.. 3.. 13 The New Museum NYC.. Read the winter 2011 newsletter.. Read about playwright.. Kathleen Tolan.. and other MacDowell artists.. The MacDowell Colony | 100 High Street | Peterborough, NH 03458 | 603-924-3886.. Email this page..

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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony
    Descriptive info: Our Mission.. History.. Artists and Works Supported by MacDowell.. FAQs.. Location and Directions.. Board of Directors.. MacDowell Video.. Employment Opportunities.. Site Credits.. Marian MacDowell in front of Edward's log cabin, the Colony's prototype studio.. Archival image..

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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony
    Descriptive info: Application Guidelines.. Reference Guidelines.. Work Sample Requirements.. Application FAQs.. Financial Assistance.. Mixed media artist.. Lisa Anne Auerbach.. works out some design details on the porch of New Hampshire Studio..

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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony
    Descriptive info: Artist Experience and Studios.. Recent Fellows.. Artist Profiles.. Index of MacDowell Fellows.. Fellows Executive Committee.. Composer.. Jason Haney.. works on a score seated at the piano in Chapman Studio..

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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony
    Descriptive info: Community Programs.. MacDowell Downtown 2013.. MacDowell Downtown 2012.. MacDowell Downtown 2011.. Medal Day.. National Benefit in New York City.. Friends of MacDowell.. New Hampshire Benefit.. Mac n Cheese.. Annual Fellows Party.. Give.. Duncan She.. ik at the National Benefit in New York City.. Photo by Michael Neff.. ">.. A performance by..

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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony
    Descriptive info: MacDowell Publications.. Press Releases.. Press Imagery.. MacDowell in the Media.. Media Inquiries.. Sam Kim.. , a choreographer and performer, works out a dance sequence in Nef Studio..

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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony
    Descriptive info: Investing in Creativity.. Fellowships and Stipends.. Corporate Partnerships.. Bequests and Planned Gifts.. Stock, Tribute, Matching, and In-Kind Gifts.. Annual Report.. Events.. Access our secure and confidential giving page.. Gift Form.. Tribute Form.. Writer.. Kascha Semonovitch.. at her desk in Monday Music Studio..

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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony :: Second Century Campaign
    Descriptive info: MacDowell Colony :: Freedom to Create.. By investing $13 million in MacDowell s residency program and facilities,.. The Campaign for the Second Century.. will greatly enhance the Colony s ability to support artists in their creative pursuits.. Exciting projects include a.. transformation of the Colony s library.. and.. extensive Fellowship endowment.. Through unprecedented support,.. artists, patrons, and friends.. have helped secure the future of creative freedom at MacDowell.. Especially for young, unknown artists, a sojourn in this paradise of time and space can change the world, can inspire volumes of courage where resignation would otherwise take place..  ...   Schuleit, Interdisciplinary, MacDowell Fellow.. It is difficult to overestimate the value of the uninterrupted meditative thought that can happen here.. The time to think sharpened my work and galvanized my purpose for when I leave.. This will certainly mean future efforts will bear more fruit.. Jason Van Nest, Architecture, MacDowell Fellow.. The MacDowell Colony.. New Hampshire.. 100 High Street, Peterborough, NH, 03458.. T 603-924-3886, F 603-924-9142.. New York.. 163 East 81st Street, New York, NY, 10028.. T 212-535-9690, F 212-737-3803.. secondcentury@macdowellcolony.. org.. Site By Wetherbee Creative & Web LLC.. This site 2010 MacDowell Colony.. All Rights Reserved..

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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony
    Descriptive info: Sculptor.. John Bisbee.. poses with his creations in Heinz Studio.. Please review the Application Guidelines below before beginning the application process.. If you have questions about applying to MacDowell, please contact the admissions office at.. admissions@macdowellcolony.. The MacDowell Colony provides time, space, and an inspiring environment to artists of exceptional talent.. A MacDowell Fellowship, or residency, consists of exclusive use of a studio, accommodations, and three prepared meals a day for up to eight weeks.. There are no residency fees.. MacDowell Fellows are selected by our admissions panels, which are comprised of a revolving group of distinguished professionals in each artistic discipline who serve anonymously for three years.. Eligibility.. The Colony accepts applications from artists working in the following disciplines: architecture, film/video arts, interdisciplinary arts, literature, music composition, theatre, and visual arts.. The sole criterion for acceptance is artistic excellence, which the Colony defines in a pluralistic and inclusive way.. MacDowell encourages applications from artists representing the widest possible range of perspectives and demographics, and welcomes artists engaging in the broadest spectrum of artistic practice and investigating an unlimited array of inquiries and concerns.. To that end, emerging as well as established artists are invited to apply.. Applicants who are in a degree program as of the date of application are ineligible for a residency and therefore cannot apply.. MacDowell is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, sex, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and disability.. No one with the AIDS virus, or HIV shall be denied admission as long as he/she is otherwise qualified.. The Colony offers barrier-free access in all main buildings and some studios.. Application Periods and Deadlines.. Artists may apply only once every 24 months.. MacDowell will only accept applications for the next deadline.. Please refer to the applications dates in the column on the left for open application time periods.. Application Process.. Before starting the application process, we encourage applicants to scroll through our extensive list of.. All applicants apply through the online application process.. To apply, click on the  ...   Reference letters are confidential and will be kept on file for five years.. Applicants:.. The reference process is initiated by you, the applicant, from within the online application.. You will add the name and contact information for your recommender in the Reference step of the application and a secure link will be sent to your recommender.. This can be done in advance of submitting your application.. It is your responsibility to ensure the request is fulfilled.. The deadline for all references is one week after the application deadline.. Recommenders:.. As a recommender, you will receive an automated email from SlideRoom once the applicant.. has entered your contact information.. This email will contain a link specifically tied to the applicant, which should be used to complete the recommendation.. If a recommender cannot submit a reference online, please contact the Admissions Department at.. or 603-924-3886 x 113.. Processing Fee.. A nonrefundable processing fee of $30 (U.. S.. ) is required with each application.. Applicants pay the processing fee by debit or credit card through a secure site on the online application.. Notification.. Applicants will be notified of admission status approximately 10 weeks after the applicable deadline, on or near the dates listed below:.. Summer residency notification: March 25th.. Fall residency notification: June 25th.. Winter/Spring residency notification: November 25th.. Collaborations.. Artists collaborating on a project must submit individual application forms and appropriate work samples, along with a joint description of the work they intend to do at the Colony.. Work space needs should be clearly specified (i.. e.. whether or not separate studios are required), and an example of a previous collaborative work (either completed or in progress) may also be submitted.. Admission status is determined by averaging the individual application scores of all collaborators.. Couples.. Couples must apply individually.. If both are accepted, each will be offered a studio.. There are no provisions for partners or children at the Colony.. Reapplication.. All applicants, including artists who have had previous residencies at MacDowell, must submit a complete application that includes recent work samples.. For further assistance, please contact the Admissions office by or by phone at 603-924-3886..

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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony
    Descriptive info: Dockery Farms, a stop on the 2013 trip to the Mississippi Delta region, began as a cotton plantation, but it was the music from the fields and cabins that make it famous as a birthplace of the blues.. The Friends of MacDowell is a community of arts patrons who are invested in the groundbreaking work that artists make at The MacDowell Colony.. As people who enjoy close experiences with art, members at various levels share in exclusive MacDowell events, insider exchanges with artists and access to the best theaters, galleries, private collections, and studio tours.. They are also invited on the National Trip, which takes them to the less traveled corners of the art world.. Along the way, the Friends play a lead role in sustaining MacDowell as an international center of creativity and multidisciplinary dialogue.. Friends Happenings.. The Chairman s Evening December 3, 2013.. ** Due to overwhelming response, reservations are closed.. **.. New this year, the Chairman s Evening will feature MacDowell Chairman Michael Chabon and two legends of song and stage.. Paul Simon.. Stephen Sondheim.. in a conversation about the mysteries of creativity and the inspirations for their own brilliant careers.. This unforgettable event will take place Tuesday, December  ...   [dot] org.. The National Trip March 22-28, 2014.. The birthplace of the Blues and Rock n Roll.. Faulkner country.. King Cotton.. Freedom Summer.. The River.. The cradle of American culture (U.. Parks Department).. MacDowell s 2013 trip to the Mississippi Delta was such a hit that we are going back for an encore.. The Delta sits at the crossroads of American history and culture.. Members of the Friends of MacDowell are invited to go down to the crossroads as we travel to Memphis, Oxford, and the Mississippi Delta.. We will explore the inside story of Faulkner s Yoknapatawpha County, get down to live Blues at one of the South s last surviving juke joints, visit Civil Rights shrines, see the sites of Eggleston photographs, sample the diaspora of Southern cuisine, and join a live MacDowell-themed broadcast of the NPR-syndicated Thacker Mountain Radio.. Most importantly, we will get to know new artists and their work.. Go down to the crossroads with MacDowell!.. Download the Brochure.. To register for the trip, contact John Martin at 212-535-9690 or jmartin [at] macdowellcolony [dot] org.. View itineraries from previous trips:.. 2012: Cuba.. 2011: San Francisco, CA.. 2010: Bershires, MA.. 2009: Santa Fe, NM.. 2008: San Francisco, CA..

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  • Title: The MacDowell Colony
    Descriptive info: Joseph Keckler.. performs at the first MacDowell Downtown of the 2011 season.. MacDowell Downtown 2012.. For more than a decade, MacDowell Downtown has provided a platform for MacDowell Fellows to share their work with the New Hampshire community.. On each first Friday of the month (March through November), artists from across the U.. and around the world share original live music, film screenings, readings, performance art, or panel discussions.. Free and open to all, doors open at 7:00 and the program begins at 7:30 p.. m.. Refreshments are served.. Please sign up for our mailing list to get advance notice of each month s program and spread the word with the media of your choice!.. The 2012 series of MacDowell Downtown has ended.. Stay tuned for the 2013 series beginning in March!.. November.. Bryan Charles.. Daniel Tice.. October.. Alexandra Grimal.. Vadim Neselovsky.. September.. Xavier Marrades.. July.. /August.. Nan Goldin.. June.. Kimi Takesue.. May.. Laura Lark..  ...   discussion, they unearthed ways that music is still at work within their books and films.. Hailing from Michigan where he played guitar and sang in called a band called Fletcher, Charles was in Peterborough for his second MacDowell Fellowship.. He is the author of the novel.. Grab on to Me Tightly as if I Knew the Way.. , and.. Wowee Zowee.. , a book about the band Pavement written for the 33-1/3 series.. His memoir,.. There's a Road to Everywhere Except Where You Came From,.. was listed as one of Library Journal's best nonfiction books of 2010.. Tice, also born in Michigan, now makes his home in Los Angeles.. His short films have screened at numerous film festivals including Sundance and the British Short Film Festival.. His latest screenplay, Son of Stan , was recently optioned by RCR Pictures.. At MacDowell for his second Fellowship, he worked on the screenplay for his first feature film..

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