1. Andrea Selwood Bamboo Curtain 2

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    With the help of an Asia New Zealand Foundation arts grant, earlier this year Andrea Selwood spent six weeks as an artist in residence at Bamboo Curtain Studios in Taipei, Taiwan. She tells of her time at the residency and the work she created there.

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    • Summer Studios 2015: Guadalupe Hernandez

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      Transcript: My name is Guadalupe Hernandez. I was born in Mexico, and I came to the US at the age of three, and I basically grew up in San Antonio, with this heavily Hispanic centered family. I actually didn’t go to school to study art, but then after my first semester, I missed art. I missed being able to do all these things with it, so I ended up switching after my first semester. Being here and it being a historically black community, I decided to change it up a little bit. I decided to do this group of artists that do spoken word and hip hop. They kind of like are differentiating themselves from the norm, from the usual - whatever you think of when you think of rap and hip hop. They speak about social issues, injustices, and they offer hope to an upcoming generation. Propaganda, he’s from California, and he does a lot of spoken word. I’m going to be doing five charcoal drawings of these artists, and then I’m working a way to integrate the entire space whether its putting up lyrics of their songs. I know I want to have their music playing so whenever they’re walking around they can just listen to the music. About Guadalupe Hernandez Guadalupe Hernandez is a student at Houston Baptist University whose work is heavily influenced by the intersection of Mexican culture and faith, and consists of traditional Mexican subjects, images, and symbols that contain spiritual undertones and symbolism. He plans to foster cross-cultural dialogue in the Third Ward through a mixed-media installation encompassing drawing, painting, print, and sculpture. About Summer Studios Summer Studios was developed to provide an opportunity for emerging artists to create and exhibit work that responds to, engages with, and/or is reflective of community. This program is open to seven art students and emerging artists, nominated by professors and selected by a panel of professional artists. Summer Studios is open to artists who are interested in making art in an urban community setting, engaging with the PRH/Third Ward Community and interacting with established Houston-based artists. Video by PRH Intern Valerio Farris

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      • Light Rhythms Djerassi

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        I am currently at Djerassi, an artists' retreat in the Santa Cruz mountains of California, participating in a residency for artists and scientists. Day two: on my morning walk the early light through the dewy trees creates a rhythm that enamors me. I've been studying rhythms of the thrush nightingale in my research. I record a video on my walk. I run my hand through the light patterns, creating a one dimensional slice of luminosity through the complex patterns. It evokes sonic rhythms in my mind. This is some of my art for the day. It feels good.

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        • Intro for Boy Friends and Girl Friends Episode

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          This is the beginning clip for Boy Friends and Girl Friends. The narrator invites the viewers into her body so they can explore and learn together about Boy Friends and Girl Friends.

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          • No Service - DISCONNECTED: Episode 1

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            Relationships go through many stages. When the “I can’t take my eyes off this person” stage passes, what comes next? Where will things go? In this episode of "Disconnected," a couple is stuck without Internet for a night. When you can’t look at Twitter and have to look at the other person’s face, are the feelings you felt when you first looked at him or her still there? Or have they changed? Starring: Barak Hardley Lindsay Ames Written and Directed by Casey Donahue Produced by Elisha Yaffe Cinematography by Nate Cornett Assistant Camera Chase Dubose Sound Mixer Kile Stumbo Production Assistant Jess Lane Produced by Elite Daily's Artist Residency Project.

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            • Send Kristen to Artist Residency at the Rensing Center, SC

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              from Kristen M. Watson Added 93 0 0

              I was recently awarded a one-month residency at The Rensing Center in Western South Carolina for the month of September 2015. While there I will have the chance to focus almost exclusively on my work, something all artists wish for, but few get to experience. In exchange for your support you’ll receive rewards such as post cards, high quality art prints, and original art. Contributors will also receive blog updates documenting my experiences during the residency, along with pictures of works in progress. Spread the word! Whether you give financially or not, you can help further by sharing the link to this campaign with your friends on Facebook, Instagram, via email or telling someone by text or word of mouth. You can make a huge contribution to the success of the campaign by making some noise and getting the word out however you like to do it. Visit my page here: http://igg.me/at/kristensair My website: www.kristenmwatson.com

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              • "Tortilla and Milk Presentation" - a short

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                from Polina Porras Added 29 0 0

                This is a video-performance from a performance created to mark the beginning of the First Food Residency - May 15 to July 3rd 2015. "Tortilla and Milk Presentation" performance was an invitation to the audience to join "...our first supper..." a symbolic event to bring two countries together - Mexico-UK, through the action of sharing food. People were invited to eat from one tortilla and drink from one jug of milk. Location: Art Jericho Gallery, Oxford, UK Duration: approximately 30 minutes

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                • Boy Friend and Girl Friend Interview

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                  from Jen Clay Added 59 1 0

                  During this episode segment, we find a boy friend and girl friend to enter-view and we meet their innards.

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                  • Résidence d'artiste Liévin

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                    This video was made when I did an artist residency in Liévin with Arc en ciel Ce video été fait pendant une résidence d'artiste que j'ai fait à Liévin l'Arc en Ciel

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                    • Yellow House - video tour and artist talk by Jude and Brendan Griebel February 2015

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                      from dc3 Art Projects Added 37 0 0

                      This artist talk at dc3 Art Projects, by Jude and Brendan Griebel, coincided with the premiere exhibition of Yellow House at dc3 Art Projects in Edmonton Canada. Discussing their collaborative photo based project completed at Elsewhere Museum in Greensboro North Carolina, the Brothers Griebel reveal their lifelong interest in alternative museum practices, taxidermy, travel, and the obsessive nature of collecting. YELLOW HOUSE JUDE and BRENDAN GRIEBEL JANUARY 15 - FEBRUARY 14, 2015 Artist Talk captured on January 24th at 5pm Camera Right - Joe Rusnak Camera Left - Gary Joynes Editing and Sound Joe Rusnak 888visuals Music by Digital Juice

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