The Hnatyshyn Foundation and Fogo Island Arts announced the renewal of their Young Curator Residency program intended for emerging Canadian curators of contemporary art.
Fogo Island Arts and Art Metropole, Toronto, are pleased to announce The Islands, a residency partnership that aims to encourage arts writing and criticism in contemporary art. Open to Canadian and international applicants the first iteration of The Islands will take place on Fogo Island and in Toronto in Spring 2017.
June 21 to December 6, 2016
Fogo Island Inn
Fogo Island Arts presents a series of engaging talks hosted by 2016 artists-in-residence and special guests throughout the summer and fall.
Fogo Island Arts (FIA) announces a special partnership with Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft im BDI e. V. (Association of Arts and Culture of the German Economy at the Federation of German Industries) to offer the 2017 recipients of the prestigious ars viva Prize for Visual Arts a residency on Fogo Island.
2016 RECIPIENT ANNOUNCED
The Hnatyshyn Foundation and Fogo Island Arts are seeking applications from young Canadian curators for a one-month residency to take place between May and October 2016.
The application form and program guidelines are available online at The Hnatyshyn Foundation.
The deadline for applications is now closed. Thank you to all who applied.
Fogo Island Arts is seeking applications from artists working in a wide range of disciplines for residencies taking place in 2016.
Fogo Island Decentralized Academy (FIDA) is a mobile schoolhouse conceptualized by 2014 curator-in-residence Nicole La
Emerging curators Kari Cwynar of Toronto and Darryn Doull of Sarnia, Ontario are the recipients of the inaugural Hnatyshyn Foundation – Fogo Island Arts Young Curator Residency. The curatorial residency, valued at $15,000 is the first of its kind in Canada and will see a young curator between the ages of 25 and 30 selected to conduct a one-month residency each year.