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Winter 2018 Signal Culture Researcher in Residence Applications Now Available

  • Deadline:
    Nov. 3, 2017, 11:11 p.m.
  • Location:
    68 North Ave Owego, NY 13827

Signal Culture is an experimental media art residency located in Owego, New York. We are now accepting applications for our Researcher in Residence program for the Winter 2018 season.

The Signal Culture Researcher in Residence program offers time, space and studio access for researchers in the field of experimental media art. Eligible applicants can be art historians, curators, critics, archivists, preservationists, writers who want to know more about media practices or artists who are spending time learning more about material or theoretical concerns surrounding media.

This program also has access to the Toolmaker equipment, including a wide variety of electronic components, media devices, cameras and other items of interest.

In addition to time and space to conduct research, Signal Culture is building both online and on-site research centers to provide our residents with a variety of digital and printed materials. We provide free WiFi and computer access if you do not bring your own. We do not accept undergraduate students or Masters degree candidates.

Resident spaces feature:

- Shared kitchen, common area, dining room and deck
- A private bedroom and work space
- Private bathroom for researcher/toolmaker residents
- Shared fridge, pantry, kitchen appliances & dishes
- Shared library of printed, digital and time based media
- Easy access to shopping and events in Owego
For more information about the facilities, go to
http://signalculture.org/facilities.html

Signal Culture is located 3.5 hours northwest of New York City. There is no fee for the residency, but you are responsible for your own transportation and for all your expenses.

Learn about our past residents:
http://signalculture.org/rir.html

Deadline for applications is November 3trd @ 11:59pm EST.
Download the application here: http://signalculture.org/apply.html

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