November 2022 - Our Fall Residency, Artists in the schools and community, Residency opportunities
Projects at Creekside Arts
Calder and Rich
Calder (above, front) and Rich (above, back), both part of Creekside Arts Collective, have been preparing accommodations for additional artists–that is, when they aren’t playing bocce!
Calder is designing and building another tiny house for our next residency. Rich is working on the studio space. They wouldn’t let me show you their work in progress so, here is what you’ll see from the workspace (from the railing) and the tiny house (facing the chickens)
Gallery Marceau Verdiere
Marceau Verdiere, visual artist, arts educator and member of Creekside Arts Collective, gave us a glimpse of the entrance to the studio he is currently renovating. It will include a small art gallery for the works of Creekside resident artists.
Metal Sculpting Equipment
Eric is a metal sculptor and weaver.
Aline is a writer and weaver.
Self-guided residencies and retreats
Upcoming Residency - Spring 2023
Dates of Residency: May 20-June 12, 2023
- Number of People: Up to 10 artists
- Price: $1500/artist includes fully equipped private lodging and studio space appropriate for art form. Does not include art supplies, food, other incidentals.
- Application Deadline: February 15, 2023
- Confirmation: March 1, 2023
- Non-refundable deposit of $750: March 15, 2023
- Balance of $750: May 15, 2023
- Dates of residency May 20 – June 12, 2023
Email with questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Creekside Arts is designed and created to bring together artistic residencies, workshops and performances. Our goal is to create an environment in which creative artists and audiences interact in a positive and structured way to learn from and inform each other and then bring that learning into the larger Humboldt community. To that end Creekside Arts is committed to equity and welcomes people from diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences.