Accessibility is an artist residency located on the campus of Cleveland State Community College in East Tennessee. During the last two weeks of October, selected artists are invited to create new works of art that deal primarily with the use of new media and technology.
The residency will also include weekly films, lectures, demonstrations and discussions involving the community, artists, students, and information technologists in a dialogue that brings awareness to the connections between technology, art and culture.
Accessibility2012: CMD+R Now Accepting Applications
Cleveland State Community College is inviting applications from artists working primarily with new media (video, interactive works, computer generated, reactive, web based, robotics, lasers, projection, video games, Max/MSP, Arduino, Augmented Reality, etc).
5 artists will be chosen to spend two weeks on campus working with students in the creation of a new work of art for public display. Artists will also have the opportunity to spend one day with a local school presenting their work.
Meals, housing and a small stipend are included.
A printed catalog will also be produced (pending funding).
For more info and the application form, please visit the official website.