Monday, September 19, 2011
Denali National Park and Preserve offers residencies to artists through their Artist-in-Residence program. Each residency is ten days long and takes place between June and September. Residents stay at the East Fork Cabin located inside Denali National Park in Denali Park, AK. Residents do not receive a stipend and are responsible for their own food and transportation. In exchange for the use of the cabin, each resident is expected to donate one piece of art and offer at least one public presentation. The work will be displayed in various sites throughout the park. All artists and writers are eligible to apply. Along with their application, artists must submit six images with an image list, and all writers must submit a one-page writing sample. All applicants also must submit an artist statement and artist résumé. For more information and directions on how to apply, click here.