HAWAI’I VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

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Location: Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Big Island, Hawaii, USA

 

Deadline:  September 20th, 2017

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Cost: This residency is free with a $2000 stipend and $600 towards the rental of a vehicle.

 

Application Fee: $55 single; $110 Artist couples

 

Length of Stay: One month, from Jan. 2nd – Feb. 2nd, 2018

 

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Demographic/Medium: This residency is open to all artists at any phase of their career. This residency is for Artists of any type. At Hawai’i Volcanoes, we have had painters, photographers, filmmakers, composers, and Traditional Hawai’i Art practitioners. We want good art, in any media.

 

Accommodations: Artists will be housed in park housing inside the park.

 

Benefits: $2000 stipend
Quiet
Solitude
Some of the most Amazing Landscapes and Panoramas in the world
$600 toward vehicle rental
Venue for public presentation
Resdency in the Park.
Natural Beauty
Two Volcanoes and Lava flows and fields.
Rain Forest

 

Number of Artists: Single or Couple (application fees apply)

 

Mission: We are excited to continue our artist-in-residence program at Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. The Park boundaries include two legendary and sacred volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa, as well as rainforests and mysterious and ever-changing active lava flows. This is a unique dramatic environment for all artistic media to flourish and to inspire new breakthroughs in process and result.

Hawai’i Volcanoes is one of the National Parks Arts Foundation oldest and most unique residencies, started in 2011.

One of the oldest parks in the National Park System, HAVO is located on the south end of Hawaii’s Big Island. Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, established on August 1, 1916, is a United States National Park located in the U.S. State of Hawaii on the island of Hawaii. It encompasses two active volcanoes: Kīlauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, and Mauna Loa, the world’s most massive shield volcano. The park delivers scientists insight into the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and ongoing studies into the processes of vulcanism. For visitors, the park offers dramatic volcanic landscapes as well as glimpses of rare flora and fauna.

 

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