Artists in Residence

A list of the current and upcoming artists in residence.

 

It was with deep regret that we made the difficult decision to end our residency program for the near future. This has meant sending the nine artists of Residency #44 home a week early. We also cancelled the upcoming April 6 - May 8 residency. We will make a decision as to the cancellation of future residencies and will notify the artists first and then update our website and social media. We greatly appreciate the artists’ understanding that these decisions were the responsible choice to make for our local and global community and those most at risk. Take care!

 

RESIDENCY #44: FEBRUARY 24-MARCH 27, 2020


Eddie Aparicio
Visual Artist

Jamal Batts (PhD Candidate, University of California, Berkeley)
Scholar/Writer

DeForrest Brown, Jr.
Rhythmanalyst/Media Theorist/Curator

Brenda Coultas
Poet

Michelle Handelman
Visual Artist/Filmmaker

Heidi Howard
Visual Artist

Devin Kenny
Interdisciplinary Artist/Writer/Musician/Independent Curator

Alexis Myre
Visual Artist

Tuesday Smillie
Visual Artist

 

RESIDENCY #45: APRIL 6-MAY 8, 2020


Dylan Gauthier
Visual Artist

Christopher Green (PhD Candidate, City University of New York)
Writer

James Brandon Lewis
Saxophonist/Composer/Writer

Ofelia Marquez Stephens
Visual Artist

Jin Ju Song-Begin
Choreographer/Dancer

Kendra Sullivan
Artist/Writer

Juliana Venter
Vocalist/Composer/Actress

Mlondolozi Zondi (PhD Candidate, Northwestern University)
Movement Artist

 

RESIDENCY #46: MAY 26-JUNE 26, 2020


Felipe Baeza
Visual Artist

Hillerbrand + Magsamen (Photolucida's Critical Mass program awardee)
Stephan Hillerbrand & Mary Magsamen
Visual Artists

Yvette Janine Jackson
Composer/Sound Installation Artist

Janice A. Lowe
Composer/Poet/Vocalizing Pianist

Patrick Martinez
Visual Artist

Star Montana
Visual Artist

Sable Elyse Smith
Visual Artist/Writer

Rayyane Tabet
Visual Artist

William Villalongo
Visual Artist

McKenzie Wark (Thoma Foundation Fellow)
Writer

 

RESIDENCY #47: JULY 6-31, 2020 (Artists with children)


Sterling Allen
Visual Artist

Ghost of a Dream
Adam Eckstrom & Lauren Was
Visual Artists

Kahlil Joseph
Artist/Filmmaker

Tuan Andrew Nguyen
Visual Artist

Rasmus Nielsen
Visual Artist

 

RESIDENCY #48: AUGUST 10-SEPTEMBER 11, 2020


Natalie Ball
Visual Artist

Uriel Barthelemi
Composer/Drummer/Electronic Musician/Visual Artist

Dam Van Huynh
Choreographer/Director

Dave McKenzie
Visual Artist

Elaine Mitchener
Vocalist/Improviser/Movement Artist/Composer

Matana Roberts
Sound & Mixed Media Artist

Legacy Russell (Thoma Foundation Fellow)
Writer/Curator

Taro Shinoda
Visual Artist

Anna Martine Whitehead (3Arts Fellow)
Performance Maker/Choreographer/Writer/Artist

Ronaldo Wilson
Writer/Dancer/Painter/Video Artist

 

RESIDENCY #49: SEPTEMBER 28-OCTOBER 30, 2020


Performance Residency TBA

 

RESIDENCY #50: NOVEMBER 16-DECEMBER 18, 2020


Anthony Cokes
Conceptual & Media Artist

Tirtza Even (3Arts Fellow)
Experimental Video Documentary Artist

Uchenna Itam (PhD Candidate, University of Texas, Austin)
Art Historian/Curator/Writer

Thomas Love (PhD Candidate, Northwestern University)
Art Historian

Jeffry Mitchell
Visual Artist

Shellyne Rodriguez
Visual Artist

Jamilah Sabur (Oolite Arts Fellow)
Visual Artist

Lester St. Louis
Composer/Performer/Musician

Lucie Vítková
Composer/Musician/Dancer/Visual Artist

Olivia K. Young (PhD Candidate, University of California, Berkeley)
Writer

 

Partnerships: In 2019 and 2020, the Rauschenberg Residency has partnerships with 3Arts (Chicago), Photolucida (Portland), and Thoma Foundation, and in 2020 with Oolite Arts (Miami), in order to expand our selection process and broaden our diversity.

PhD Candidates: In 2020, the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation is inaugurating a residency program for scholars who are nearing completion of their dissertations on Postwar art. These emerging art historians will be provided with the time to make significant progress on their dissertations.

RRF Artist as Activist Fellows: The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artist as Activist Fellowship provides independent artists and art collectives with a demonstrated commitment to applying their creative work to the public sphere with monetary grants over two years along with access to opportunities for professional advancement. Fellows are also invited to participate in the Rauschenberg Residency program.