LATITUDE Residency

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Location: Chicago, Illinois

Mission: LATITUDE provides advanced digital media equipment and a professional production space for established and emerging artists. The workflow and space was backed and built by Black Point Editions, a master print lab that has pushed the boundaries of pigment printing and digital workflow since 2004.

LATITUDE supports continual work with Black Point’s roster of artists at the same level of custom printing so beloved by the art community in the past while also supporting a much wider swath of artists through full DIY printing, scanning, a wide format service bureau, film and print darkroom, classes, critiques, group meetings, portfolio reviews, and more.

Cost: We provide mega amounts of equipment for artists to run wild with for between a week and two weeks along with full technical support, training, and print/scan labor.

The cost of food, travel, and accommodations are covered by the artists. 

Application Fee: No Fee

Number of Artists: Up to 2 artists at a time

Accommodations: Studio space, exhibition, and equipment is provided. All other accommodations and travel is provided by the artist.

Length of Stay: One to two weeks

Demographic: Emerging to Established Artists

Medium: Photography, Digital Photography, Ink on paper artists & Manual Photography

Benefits: Mega amounts worth of equipment for artists between 1-2 weeks along with full technical support, training, and print/scan labor. Each AIR is production oriented for specific shows the artist will be participating in. 

Deadline: Ongoing

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