Studio Museum in Harlem Announces 2013-14 Artists in Residence

(Courtesy Wikipedia)

(Courtesy Wikipedia)

The Studio Museum in Harlem has selected Kevin Beasley, Bethany Collins and Abigail Deville for its latest Artist-in-Residence program. Founded at its inception in 1968, the museum offers year-long studio space to emerging artists of African and Latino descent, as well as a $20,000 fellowship, and a $1,000 materials stipend.

The residence supports artists working across all mediums–Mr. Beasley works with sound and found materials; Ms. Collins is a painter who focuses on perception; Ms. Deville works in bricolage, painting and sculpture.

“The Artist-in-Residence program is at the core of everything we do here at the Studio Museum,” Lauren Haynes, an assistant curator at the museum and the program’s coordinator, said in a statement. “I’m thrilled to welcome these artists to the program and can’t wait to see how their work evolves over the coming year.”

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