PRACTICAL ADVICE FOR THE PRACTICING ARTIST:
HOW TO RESEARCH AND APPLY FOR ARTIST RESIDENCIES
Professional development workshop led by Maaike Gouwenberg
May 8, 2018
The Engine Room
2809 N. Robertson St.
"Practical Advice for the Practicing Artist: How to research and apply for artist residencies" is the second in a series of professional development workshops for New Orleans' artists organized by PARSE NOLA at Engine Room Art + Projects. Maaike Gouwenberg, Independent Curator and Co-Founder of Deltaworkers, will lead an informal dialogue with local artists to discuss how to research and apply for residencies. This event is FREE and open to the public. We'll be serving Gingeroo and light snacks.
Maaike Gouwenberg is a curator and producer working between Europe and the US. Focused on performative practices, and through long-term collaborations with artists and curators, she specializes in the intersection between theater and the visual arts. After running her own multidisciplinary exhibition space Expodium in Utrecht, Gouwenberg participated in the renowned De Appel Curatorial Program (2006-2007) and worked as a curator at the research and production platform If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution (2007 - 2011). Over the last five years, she produced major projects at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam including Alexandre Singh’s “The Humans”, and Michael Portnoy’s “Relational Stalinism - The Musical,” and “The Ten Murders of Josephine” with Rana Hamadeh. In 2010, Gouwenberg initiated A.P.E. (art projects era) with artist Keren Cytter. A.P.E develops performances, exhibitions, printed matter and meetings that cannot be realized within traditional institutional formats or frameworks. In 2014 she co-founded the multidisciplinary residency program Deltaworkers in New Orleans. In 2017, Gouwenberg joined the Performa team in New York as the biennial producer. She was part of the short film committee at International Film Festival Rotterdam and is a board member of de Appel Arts Center, Project Space 1646, and musical theatre group Touki Delphine.