APPLICATIONS DUE! Artist-in-Residency Workshop - Nick Cave

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Dates: February 28 & 29, March 20 & 21, and April 17 & 18

Contemporary artist, Nick Cave, will be joining the Studio Art department as the Ruffin Distinguished Artist-in-Residence for Spring 2020! Throughout the semester, Cave will be holding multi-day workshops for select students that will culminate in students presentations 

throughout Grounds. During Cave’s residency workshops, students will learn the power of collaboration and develop tools to think critically and creatively to reach a team goal. Cave works in the visual and performing arts across mediums, including sculpture, installation, video, textiles, sound, dance and performance, to address themes such as race, gender, and class. He is best known for his Soundsuit projects where he creates elaborate sculptural forms at scale with the human body.

Applicants must be able to attend ALL of the workshop dates: February 28 & 29, March 20 & 21, and April 17 & 18 (times listed in the application). Accepted students will be notified by January 29. All applicants must have a faculty sponsor. Priority will be given to Studio Art majors and undergraduate students. Apply here by January 23!