Grand Canyon's Artist-in-Residence Programs

2016 North Rim Artist in Residence Program

Sunday, May 15 –Friday, May 27: Patrick Keesey - designs and fabricates wood furniture. and Tina Hejtmanek - photographer.

Wednesday, June 1 –Monday, June 13: Robert Langham - photographer

Monday, June 27 –Friday, July 8: Robert Dalegowski - watercolorist

Monday, September 26 –Saturday, October 8: Lisa Gilley - oil painter

Saturday, October 8 –Thursday, October 20: Paul Kikuchi - percussionist, composer and sound artist
 
Application Information

Artists have been selected for program through 2017. At the close of the 2017 Season, Both Grand Canyon North Rim and South Rim AiR Programs will be been suspended indefinitely.

At the close of the 2017 Season, Both North Rim and South Rim AiR Programs will be been suspended indefinitely.

You may check this webpage periodically for updated information. If you have further questions, you may email us at GRCA_AiR@nps.gov

 
Arc; oil painting on canvas by Paul Murray
Arc

Oil on canvas
by Paul Murray
North Rim AiR September, 2010

A new website

that provides links to

all National Park Service

Artist-in-Residence program information

has been published!

You can find that HERE

Thanks for your interest in
Grand Canyon National Park's
artist-in-residence program!

 
Watercolor by Gunnar Widforss
Desert View Watchtower

by Gunnar Widforss
watercolor
Fred Harvey Co. postcard image
circa 1933

National parks have always welcomed artistic interpretations in support of land advocacy. Thomas Moran's evocative and astounding paintings directly influenced the establishment of our first National Park (Yellowstone, 1872).

This tradition continues today with more than 40
Artist-in-Residence programs throughout the National Park Service system.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

PO Box 129
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023

Phone:

(928) 638-7888
This is the main phone number for general park questions.

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