CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART RESIDENCY PROGRAM    |   CAARP

CAARP (Contemporary Asian Art Residency Program) is an artist residency project located in Santa Fe Art District area of Denver, Colorado. CAARP's mission is to foster contemporary Asian art and culture by hosting visual artists and curators through exchange program. CAARP is a partnership of three organizations, Collective Small kRedLine Contemporary Art Center and Asian Art Coordinating Council and three organizations collaborate to support visual practices that address underrepresented issues, narratives, and techniques, as well as bringing forward current and exciting art from Asian and Asian American communities. 

The 2,000 square foot project space includes a 500 square foot indoor studio, an open 800 square foot living and exhibition area, as well as a 700 square foot outdoor display and work space. 

It's open to established and emerging artists and curators who desire to bring contemporary Asian cultural projects to the Denver area.  

Above video & image credit: Sangmin Jade Lee & Taketo Kobayashi, 2017 resident artists

 

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Above image credit: Sangmin Jade Lee, Taketo Kobayashi, Casey Kawaguchi, Josh Bergeron, Odessa Denver

 

about.

CAARP (Contemporary Asian Art Residency Program) is an artist residency project located in Santa Fe Art District area of Denver, Colorado. CAARP's mission is to foster contemporary Asian art and culture by hosting visual artists and curators through exchange program. CAARP is a partnership of three organizations, Collective SML | kRedLine Contemporary Art Center and Asian Art Coordinating Council and three organizations collaborate to support visual practices that address underrepresented issues, narratives, and techniques, as well as bringing forward current and exciting art from Asian and Asian American communities. 

The 2,000 square foot project space includes a 500 square foot indoor studio, an open 800 square foot living and exhibition area, as well as a 700 square foot outdoor display and work space. 

It's open to established and emerging artists and curators who desire to bring contemporary Asian cultural projects to the Denver area.  

Sponsorship

CAARP is also seeking sponsors.  Individual or group sponsors enable artists to create works and to share their practices in Denver.  You will enjoy exclusive studio visits, a dinner with the artist and a special art gift from the resident artist.  Your contribution is tax-deductible, through fiscal sponsor partnership with RedLine, a non-profit 501(c)3 public charity.

 

Partnership

CAARP collaborates with many leading local, national and international art organizations.  These partnerships strengthen CAARP to carry out its vision of brining contemporary Asian art projects and make greater impact in the Denver area.  

 

Apply

Residencies are self-funded by the artists.  Currently (2018-2019) fee is set up as $375 per week, $1500 per month, based on a single occupancy.  Spaces can be shared by up to three artists, and if you apply as a group of two or three, additional fee of $50 per person for weekly rate, and $200 per person for monthly rate will be added to the base fee. 

  

Through collective SML | K’s own sponsorship program, each year, at least one artist or group (of three maximum) will receive a free one-month residency opportunity.  Please  apply!

Submissions will be reviewed by the committee members, and you will be contacted within two- three weeks, if we are interested.

 

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