Creative In Residence Program - Textile Musuem of Canada

 

Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - 8:30am

The select participants will be integrated into the daily life of the Museum during each three-month residency. Through access to resources and mentorship, they will advance their own creative practice, challenging both themselves and Museum visitors to engage with art, craft, and design in new and innovative ways through participation in demonstrations, public programs, performance, and conversation in the galleries. This is an opportunity to re-imagine the museum experience, pushing the notion of what a museum can be – for visitors, the creative community, and the Museum itself. THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED BY A SEED GRANT FROM THE ONTARIO TRILLIUM FOUNDATION.

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019 - 8:30am

The select participants will be integrated into the daily life of the Museum during each three-month residency. Through access to resources and mentorship, they will advance their own creative practice, challenging both themselves and Museum visitors to engage with art, craft, and design in new and innovative ways through participation in demonstrations, public programs, performance, and conversation in the galleries. This is an opportunity to re-imagine the museum experience, pushing the notion of what a museum can be – for visitors, the creative community, and the Museum itself. THIS PROGRAM IS SUPPORTED BY A SEED GRANT FROM THE ONTARIO TRILLIUM FOUNDATION.

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