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Call for Artist: Workshops, Papers


Type: Residencies, Workshops, Exchanges [View all]
Posted by: Takoja Institute
Deadline: Wed, February 28th, 2018

This call for Artists is to participate in this year’s retreat at Takoja Institute in beautiful Questa, New Mexico, June 30th-July 3rd !

 

Takoja was founded by artist and healer Judith B. Sauceda 30 years ago, and was imagined, created, and operates today as a sustainable sanctuary for creatives, intellectuals, and spirituals to discover and learn more about their personal path and process in harmony with nature. Through creativity, sustainability, and respect for all traditions, Takoja is a sanctuary where all individuals are welcome to explore their path of personal, spiritual, and social growth.

 

This year’s Takoja Retreat theme employs healing arts to build empathy, vitality, and resilience in the body, mind, and spirit. The landscape of Takoja is a gateway to natural medicines and creativity, working in unison to provoke new understandings of health and wellness. Takoja Institute is proud to offer a full conference waiver and a $150 stipend for those providing a workshop or scholarly talk. Workshops must be able to accommodate 20-30 guests, and will generally be given a 1-3 hour timeframe depending on workshop needs. Takoja currently has limited amenities to support workshops that require heavy machines or equipment (i.e., no kilns, woodshop, ect) however we do have basic power tools used for upkeep of the property and are open to wild ideas.

 

For more information, past workshops, or if you’re curious about attending the retreat as a guest, please visit our website at www.Takoja.org

or Register today!

 

Instructions are included below to apply- please feel free to forward this message on to those you think may be interested!!

I look forward to working with you all!

 

 

 

Lily Reeves Montgomery

MFA, Sculpture, Arizona State University

Arts Initiative Coordinator, Takoja Institute

Crafts and Civic Engagement Instructor, Mesa Arts Academy

 

 

 

 

To Apply:

Please send in the required application materials to info@takoja.org by Feb 28th midnight PST:

 

 

Participatory Workshop:

-Description of workshop

-5 images of relevant work or past workshops

-Materials list

 

 

Scholarly Lecture:

-Written paper, lecture, or supporting outline

-Description of proposed plans/changes (we want conversations and active learning!)



Posted on Wed, January 31st, 2018
Expires on Wed, February 28th, 2018

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