DEADLINE THIS SUNDAY!!!! 
ArtSlant is pleased to announce that we are now taking applications for the Winter 2015 term of the Georgia Fee Artist|Writer Residency. This term will take place during the months of January/February 2015 and includes a monthly stipend of $1000 USD and airfare to and from the residency site. The residency takes place in the Montparnasse neighborhood of Paris in a Haussmann-style aparment. Studio space is not provided. Thanks to our strategic partner, Residency Unlimited, the resident will be asked to participate in studio visits with prominent arts professionals from Paris that have experience relevant to the resident’s project. 
To submit an application, go to your ArtSlant Profile and click on apply to residency in your Manage My Profile box. Don’t have a profile? It’s free and easy to sign up!
Applications will be accepted until August 31, 2014.

More info on the Georgia Fee Artist|Writer Residency can be found here. Check the FAQ for any questions you may have. For further questions, email us at residency@artslant.com.
Curious? You can also see what the residency is like by checking out our current resident, Sara Shaoul’s blog.
MORE INFO HERE: http://bit.ly/1pLT2wz

DEADLINE THIS SUNDAY!!!! 

ArtSlant is pleased to announce that we are now taking applications for the Winter 2015 term of the Georgia Fee Artist|Writer Residency. This term will take place during the months of January/February 2015 and includes a monthly stipend of $1000 USD and airfare to and from the residency site. The residency takes place in the Montparnasse neighborhood of Paris in a Haussmann-style aparment. Studio space is not provided. Thanks to our strategic partner, Residency Unlimited, the resident will be asked to participate in studio visits with prominent arts professionals from Paris that have experience relevant to the resident’s project. 

To submit an application, go to your ArtSlant Profile and click on apply to residency in your Manage My Profile box. Don’t have a profile? It’s free and easy to sign up!

Applications will be accepted until August 31, 2014.

More info on the Georgia Fee Artist|Writer Residency can be found here. Check the FAQ for any questions you may have. For further questions, email us at residency@artslant.com.

Curious? You can also see what the residency is like by checking out our current resident, Sara Shaoul’s blog.

MORE INFO HERE: http://bit.ly/1pLT2wz

Pink is the color of teenagers’ cheeks when they’re secretly falling in love
 
For the third time in Palo Alto by Gia Coppola, they meet. It’s daytime. They study at the same high school but not the same class. So much has happened since that disastrous party, they both thought it was over, their untold love would not survive. Walking towards each other, they pretend to not notice the disturbing presence of the other getting closer. They slow down their pace, in perfect harmony—look at each other. Silent bodies oozing adolescent love. He hands her a candy—does he mumble “Milky Way”?—she says she loves it.

Promise of eternal love. Her pink cheeks are burning. Urged by that unbearable shyness, she leaves without turning back.

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Cosmic latte is the average colour of the universe according to a gaggle of astronomers at Johns Hopkins in 2001 (and art, according to me today). From Beige to Sepia
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Pink is the color of teenagers’ cheeks when they’re secretly falling in love

 

For the third time in Palo Alto by Gia Coppola, they meet. It’s daytime. They study at the same high school but not the same class. So much has happened since that disastrous party, they both thought it was over, their untold love would not survive. Walking towards each other, they pretend to not notice the disturbing presence of the other getting closer. They slow down their pace, in perfect harmony—look at each other. Silent bodies oozing adolescent love. He hands her a candy—does he mumble “Milky Way”?—she says she loves it.

Promise of eternal love. Her pink cheeks are burning. Urged by that unbearable shyness, she leaves without turning back.

Cosmic latte is the average colour of the universe according to a gaggle of astronomers at Johns Hopkins in 2001 (and art, according to me today). From Beige to Sepia

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