Artist In Residence

Deadline for 2015 Applications

For July 2015: Applications due by October 31, 2014

For October/November 2015: Applications due by December 31, 2014

Program Information
The Artist-In-Residence Program offers professional writers, composers, and all visual and performing artists the opportunity to pursue their particular art form while surrounded by the inspiring landscape of the park.

The Artist-in-Residence Program is intended for artists working in a variety of mediums. One or more artists may be selected each year for our residency program. Professional two-dimensional visual artists, sculptors, musicians, writers, crafts persons, and photographers are encouraged to apply.

Interested in Applying?

 
2015 Artists
 
Artist in Residence Victoria Meyer

Victoria Meyer

Victoria Meyer - 2015 Spring Artist Resident

Victoria is an accomplished composer, photographer, performer, and professor of audio production at Webster University in Webster Groves, MO. Her work can often be seen/heard in many television shows, films, stage productions, and video games. During her residency she used natural sounds recorded in the park to compose and create original scores. Listen to her song "Guadalupe Trail" below!

 
 
Artist in Residence Holly Haworth

Holly Haworth

Holly Haworth - 2015 Summer Artist Resident
Holly Haworth is a recipient of the Middlebury Fellowship in Environmental Journalism. She is interested in the connection of language to land, and what it means to be a full participant in one's place (both in time and space), using stories, myths, music, and oral histories to better understand and appreciate the ecosystems and bioregions of which we are a part. During her residency she will focus on geology and the night sky, writing about the stories that rocks tell us about the ancient earth and the wisdom of deep space.

Check out her work here, here, and here!
 
Artist Laurence Parent

Laurence Parent

Laurence Parent - 2015 Fall Artist Resident

Laurence Parent is a landscape photographer and writer. In the past 20 years, Laurence has published 39 books including: Death in Big Bend national Park, Timeless Texas, Texas Coast, New Mexico Impressions, Lighthouses: Sentinels of the American Coast, Wildflowers across Texas, Nature of the Forest, Official Guide to Texas State Park, and Texas. During his residency at Guadalupe Mountains National Park he plans to focus on changes to the park's landscape, and to photograph areas that were previously too dificult to reach with 4:5 camera gear.

Visit his website.

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