Art Dirt: What Makes a Good Artist Residency? With Heyd Fontenot and Dean Daderko

by Glasstire January 19, 2020
Glasstire texas art residency podcast with Heyd Fontenot and Dean Daderko

Christina Rees, Heyd Fontenot, Dean Daderko, and Christopher Blay

Christopher Blay, Christina Rees, and special guests Heyd Fontenot and Dean Daderko discuss the ins and outs of a successful artist residency.

“I want a residency to change my perspective — you want to make something new and to be affected by the space, the place, and the people.”

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Cary Reeder January 21, 2020 - 15:38

I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation. Great to hear of everyone’s experiences. I also recommend going the DIY residency route if can’t get an organized one when you need it. I did this a couple of years ago and it gave me some great uninterrupted working and quiet thinking time.


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