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APRIL 16 - MAY 6 (application deadline:
January 12, 2007)
Robert Dick, composer/flutist
James Hyde, visual artist
Alice Notley, poet

MAY 14 - JUNE 3 (application deadline:
February 9, 2007)
Michael Burkard, poet
Stephen Jaffe, composer
Thomas Struth, visual artist

JULY 23 - AUGUST 12 (application deadline:
March 16, 2007)
Cornelius Eady, playwright/poet
Maria Elena Gonzalez, visual artist
Denis Smalley, composer

OCTOBER 15 - NOVEMBER 4 (application
deadline: May 25, 2007)
Paul Pfeiffer, visual artist
Sarah Skaggs, choreographer
Gioia Timpanelli, storyteller/author

"ACA allows artists from different disciplines the opportunity to 
interact in a supportive space with time for artistic production as 
well as isolated studio time. It is a rare bird in the American 
cultural landscape." Laura Owens (ACA Master Artist, 2006)

"My three weeks at ACA were a chance to focus in a positive 
atmosphere amongst a diverse group of people - all energetic and 
enthusiastic about making work and sharing ideas. The collaborative 
possibilities with Associates from other disciplines, the technical 
support of the staff, the fantastic natural environment, made my 
residency an unforgettable experience." Xana Kudrjavcev-DeMilner 
(Associate Artist, 2006)

Since 1982, Atlantic Center's residency program has provided artists 
from all artistic disciplines with spaces to live, work, and 
collaborate during three-week residencies. Located just four miles 
from the east coast beaches of central Florida, the pine and palmetto 
wooded environment contains award-winning studios that include a 
resource library, painting studio, sculpture studio, music studio, 
dance studio, black box theater, writer's studio, and digital 
computer lab. Each residency session includes three master artists of 
different disciplines. The master artists each personally select a 
group of associates - talented, emerging artists - through an 
application process administered by ACA. During the residency, 
artists participate in informal sessions with their group, 
collaborate on projects, and work independently on their own 
projects. The relaxed atmosphere and unstructured program provide 
considerable time for artistic regeneration and creation. Atlantic 
Center for the Arts provides housing (private room/bath with work 
desk), weekday meals (provided by ACA chef) and 24 hour access to 
shared studio space. financial Aid is available to qualified applicants.

For more information on how to apply, please telephone (386) 427-6975 
or (800) 393-6975 (domestic US only) or visit 
http://www.atlanticcenterforthearts.org or email us at 
program at atlanticcenterforthearts.org

*All applications must be postmarked by the application deadline date.


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