Call for CFAR Project Incubator, a residency opportunity for Oregon artists

Applications due: June 1, 2021

The CFAR Project Incubator (CPI) is a partnership between the University of Oregon Center for Art Research and Knight Campus for Accelerated Scientific Impact that affords Oregon artists working in any medium the opportunity to explore and conceptualize new work as a part of a vibrant, interdisciplinary research community that is supported by cutting-edge facilities and technical staff.

Generous support is available to CPI residents who will live independently, will occupy a research space with access to specialized facilities on campus for two to eight weeks depending on project needs, and will be given a courtesy appointment as a UO Research Fellow with access to general campus resources for one year including libraries, museums, archives, and services as well as technical assistance, facilities, and resources that are specific to their project. This program is open to any artistic practice, approach, and/or subject matter and does not have to focus on science or to be rooted in scientific inquiry.

For further information and to apply, go to Call for CFAR Project Incubator.

Image: Knight Campus North Millrace Entrance. Photo Credit: Bruce Damonte

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