The 2015 10 Chances Experimental Artists’ Residency is currently being organized. SUGGESTED DONATION — $50.00 Any amount will make a difference, even as small $10, and please spread throughout your social medias and good ole fashioned word of mouth. In backing its continued iterations, you are supporting a new residency paradigm that explores the international possibilities of sister-networked… Continue reading Support and Donations
2014 Portait Studio Photographer: Sam Hoolihan vimeo.com/samhoolihanshoolihan.tumblr.com BIO Sam Hoolihan is a Minneapolis-based visual artist and educator blending photography, moving image, and performance. Sam is a recent recipient of the Jerome Film, Video, and Digital Production Grant, the Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant, and the MCBA/Jerome Book Arts Mentorship. His films have screened… Continue reading 2014 Residency Portrait
Ad for the Third Rail Quarterly – created to promote and announce the upcoming 2014 residency and open call for artist applications.
The Third Rail Quarterly is a free nonprofit periodical devoted to a discussion of modern and contemporary art, politics, philosophy, culture and featuring critical essays, interviews, literary arts, and artist projects.
Ten Chances | Fundraiser
Sunday March 10th
6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
THIS IS ALSO THE DAY WE’LL HAVE TURNED OUR CLOCKS AHEAD — CHEERS TO MORE SUN!
Four Course Dinner 5 – 6:30
Includes Wine and Performances
Advance Purchase Tickets at tenchancesartres.org
Sunset Happy Hour 6:30 – 9
OPEN TO ALL
Eric Carranza (music) and Michael Lee (poetry)
$100 ART SALE
One Nighter Series – AOT
Join us to celebrate Minneapolis’ first discursive art residency which bridges the gap between academia and the real world. It is a place for serious artists of rigor to step back from the Hustle and take time for experiment and research. Ideas, like people, sometimes need a second chance to find their groove. Give them three. Give them ten.
Nine practicing artists, both local (MSP) and out-of-state, came together in late July, taking up temporary work residence in a 2,000 square foot former-deli on Nicollet Avenue for three weeks.
We believe artists can thrive when given room and agency!
Ten Chances TwitterPatricia McMeans @TenChancesArt THE IDEA This discursive art residency bridges the gap between academia and the real world.