Mostly cloudy skies, a chance of showers and near normal temperatures Friday and Saturday.
Beginning Sunday, temperatures will increase before another passing weather system causes a period of strong gusty winds Tuesday and Wednesday. (Source NOAA) More »
Conditions of Residency
1. The willingness to share your inspiration with others is a central tenet of the Artist-in-Residence Program. The resident artist shall present a minimum of three public programs during the residency (35-45 minutes for day programs and hands-on workshops; up to 1 hour programs for slide or power point presentations, readings, recitals or other formal presentations). These presentations shall be based on the artist's work, experiences, and interests.
2. The park's goal of adding contemporary art to the permanent collection has been suspended indefinitely so that guidelines and criteria can be further developed. There is no donation requirement at this time.
3. All art that is generated directly as a result of a residency with the Grand Canyon AiR program will receive a credit when published or presented by the artist with the following wording: "This art was created while (your name) was in-residence at Grand Canyon National Park".
4. Upon completion of their residency the artist shall provide one outreach presentation in their home community in support of Grand Canyon National Park's AiR program. This can be a hands-on workshop, a lecture, a reading, performance, or other presentation and will focus on the enrichment that each artist experienced while in residence, and also will serve to spread the word about NPS AiR opportunities nation-wide. Artists are required to provide documentation about this community outreach program within a year of their residency.
No honorarium is available to off-set any expenses that the artist accrues while in residence. Currently both Rims' programs provide a furnished living space, focused studio time, and public outreach and presentation opportunities for selected artists.
Did You Know?
Building a structure that provides the widest possible view of the Grand Canyon yet harmonizes with its setting was architect Mary Colter's goal when the Santa Fe Railroad hired her in 1930 to design a gift shop and rest area at Desert View Point. The Watchtower opened in May of 1933. More...