Artist Residencies

Little Tokyo Service Center Announces 2019 +LAB Artist Residency Program

I am pleased to be involved once again as Artist Residency Advisor with Little Tokyo Service Center’s +LAB Residency Program. They have just announced a Call for Entry for California artists for their next residency session . Below is the press release, and links to the application  and the +LAB residency website. The Call ends…

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ARCAthens (Artist Residency Center Athens), Announces the Launch of Their Inaugural Artist Residency, for February 2019

For the past year I have been advising the new artist residency effort ARCAthens  (ARCAthens.org) and have been very pleased to be associated with them. I am passing on their very good news about their inaugural pilot residency, and the two wonderful Fellows who have been selected to be in Athens this Winter, 2019. Led…

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Artists Are Addressing the Tide of Gentrification in LA’s Little Tokyo

Having worked for the past year as Artist Residency Advisor for the Little Tokyo Service Center, designing and helping manage the pilot year of a new artist residency program, I was thrilled to see a wonderful piece in Hyperallergic by writer Abe Ahn. Abe goes into depth about the ongoing threat of displacement faced by…

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Come to Food on First!! July 21st in Little Tokyo

Food on First: A DIY Art + Film Workshop with artists Tina Takemoto & Susu Attar Saturday July 21, 2018 1:30-3:30 pm 341 1st St in Little Tokyo Food on First is a playful workshop uses fresh food sourced in Little Tokyo to create experimental drawings and film. Come play with your food and discover DIY…

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Little Tokyo Service Center Artist Projects Underway!!!

Artists Develop Public Art and Performances Re-envisioning Little Tokyo July 1, 2018 Little Tokyo Service Center 231 E Third Street, G106 Los Angeles, CA 90013 Contact: Mark Robbins, mrobbins@ltsc.org New Series of Workshops and Performances Include Contributions of Little Tokyo Residents and Community Members LOS ANGELES – Four artists are bringing new projects to Little…

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Dinh Q. Le: The Scrolls: Distortion Series, and the San Art Residency in Ho Chi Minh City

Dinh Q. Le is my colleague and friend since 2004 when we worked together on the Board of Directors of Res Artis, the International Association of Residential Arts Centers. Since then we have both remained part of an active  group of artist/activists who have become Cultural Producers; artist practitioners whose work, besides exhibiting and writing…

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Little Tokyo Service Center Announces It’s New +LAB Artist Residency Program

I want to share with you an artist residency project I am working on designing and implementing and that is now available for California based artists. It is a unique opportunity and I am very excited to be part of this project! This new residency program will support four artist residencies from multiple disciplines by the…

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Little Tokyo Service Center Engages Clayton Campbell to Design An Artist Residency Project As Part of It’s Art Place America Community Development Investments Grant

In 2015, the Little Tokyo Service Center of Los Angeles was one of six organizations from around the country selected to participate in the Art Place America Community Development Investments (CDI) program. Jamie Bennett, Director of Art Place America said at that time, Little Tokyo Service Center is prepared to demonstrate the unique value that artists…

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LA’s Otis College Inaugural Residency Program Emphasizes Engagement With the Professional Creative Community

In June 2017, Otis College of Art and Design hosts its inaugural three-week L.A. Summer Residency Program (June 4-25) for national and international artists and designers. Consistent with the College’s commitment to professional development, participating artists and designers will be deeply engaged with the L.A. professional creative community—making it the only art and design residency…

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Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Makes Major Moves To Expand The Arts Center at Governors Island

LMCC’s new President, Andrew D. Hamingson has made the expansion of the Arts Center at Governors Island an immediate priority. Expected to re-open to the public in May of 2017, the hope is that the updated and expanded facilities to the LMCC portfolio of programs will boost its ability to provide direct support to artists…

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