TWO artist opportunities in Milwaukee with projects and cultural leaders that Sara Daleiden is involved with:

1) 2019 Artist-in-Residence for Gathering Art, Stories and Place at Milwaukee Public Library Mitchell Street Branch: RFQ due October 21 through AWE. Please contact Katie Loughmiller at KMLough…at… or John Kowalczyk at john…at… with any questions.

Artists Working in Education, Inc. in collaboration with Milwaukee Public Library Mitchell Street Branch as a part of the Gathering Art, Stories and Place NEA Our Town grant, is seeking an artist-in-residence to work collaboratively with teens, community members, and neighborhood experts to create two temporary public art installations and one permanent public art installation throughout 2019 that directly engages and benefits the Historic Mitchell Street Neighborhood.

2) MARNsalon with Nate Pyper: I believe the application is still open today and if you can’t make that deadline, please feel free to reach out to program coordinator Monica Miller directly as she may still be willing to consider your practice for critique or a roundtable next week. Monica’s email is monicajoymiller…at…
Nate Pyper is an alphabet artist working in publishing, performance, and video. He maintains an ongoing research practice on queer anarcho-punk zines of the late 80s and early 90s. He is a 2018 graduate of the Yale School of Art.
Nate’s purview statement as visiting critic is engaging with literacy as a tool for collective liberation and individual autonomy. He references a critical pedagogy theorist who has been a major influence on Sara: Paolo Freire.
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