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Bexar County Artists: You Have About 24 Hours to Complete Berlin Residency Application

website banner_2Think of it like tax day; as long as your intention is postmarked by April 15th, you’re doing all right.

Blue Star Contemporary in San Antonio is continuing its partnership on a three-month artist residency (for Bexar County artists) with Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin, and the while the deadline is April 15, as long as you’ve started your application process by then, you have a one-day grace period to finish applying.

This is the third year for the by all accounts very successful program. The last set of cycles included artists Justin Boyd, Chris Sauter, Adriana Corral, and Jessica Halonen. The 2015-16 residency cycles begin as early as this summer and as late as spring of 2016. And, “Following the completion of each artist residency an exhibition of artworks made during the residency and since the artists return, will be held at Blue Star Contemporary.”

For more info on eligibility and links to the application ($10), please go here.

 

also by Christina Rees
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