The Foundation sponsors two types of Artist-in-Residence programs; one for painters and one for photographers.
The Artist Apprenticeship Program located in San Juan, Puerto Rico, with the Museo de Puerto Rico (MAPR) provides a full-year residency for a visual artist. The foundation also recently announced two photographer-in-residence programs. One residency is at Light Work located in Syracuse, New York, providing a one-month residency on the campus of Syracuse University. The second residency is with the Ogden Museum of Southern Art located in New Orleans providing a two month residency.
Emerging artists benefit from residency programs by being provided with state-of-the art technology resources, sponsorship, mentoring and visibility in front of art patrons to showcase one’s work during the residency. In addition, emerging artists provide art instruction to high-school and university students through the Artist Apprenticeship Program in Puerto Rico actively encouraging youth to pursue their dreams in the fine arts.
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Aaron Turner Begins Residency at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art
June 1, 2022
(NEW ORLEANS, LA) – Ogden Museum of Southern Art and the Darryl Chappell Foundation are pleased to share that University of Arkansas’ Aaron Turner will start his ten-week residency at Ogden Museum of Southern Art on June 1, 2022. Turner was selected as Darryl Chappell Foundation’s photographer-in-residence at Ogden Museum this past January. Throughout his residency, Turner will work closely with Ogden Museum’s curatorial department, meeting with Photography Curator Richard McCabe and also with local mentor, photographer L. Kasimu Harris, to grow and foster the resident’s connections and presence within the New Orleans arts community. Apart from meeting with local mentor L. Kasimu Harris, Turner will also be mentored by Houston Texas’, Earlie Hudnall, Jr. Additional mentorship by Mr. Hudnall, Jr, provided by Darryl Chappell Foundation, will give Turner the resources to flourish as he navigates the residency. Read more…
This photographer-in-residence program is made possible with a $13,800 grant the Museum received from the Darryl Chappell Foundation, $2,500 of which was provided by generous Foundation Art Patron Nessa Feddis.
Light Work Artist-in-Residence starts residency with mentor kick off
May 3, 2022
Jasmine Clarke, the second Darryl Chappell Foundation Artist-in-Residence at Light Work prepares for her June one month residence at Light Work with a mentor/mentee kick-off meeting with Foundation-contracted mentor, Lola Flash. We are thrilled to be partnered with Light Work on the important mission of enabling Afrodescendant artists to achieve their highest potential.
Darryl Chappell Foundation Artists-in-Residence support at Light Work
April 14, 2022
The core values of the Foundation, “Helping Others” and “Collaborate with Others” is on full display through the peer-to-peer exchange being facilitated by the Darryl Chappell Foundation Artists-in-Residence support at Light Work for Gary Burnley. Lola Flash, contracted by the Darryl Chappell Foundation, to serve as a peer coach for Gary Burnley during his one month residency at Light Work.
Darryl Chappell Foundation Artist Apprenticeship Fellow at Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico
April 4, 2022
We are excited to share an open call for the Artist Apprenticeship Fellow at our partner organization, the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (MAPR). The Apprentice will participate in a paid Artist-in-Residence at the MAPR for one year with the possibility of a second year depending upon first year results. This is an incredible opportunity to learn and work at a world-class art institution, a Smithsonian associate. Read our full press release in English here and in Spanish here.
Ogden Museum of Southern Art and Darryl Chappell Foundation Announce Photographer-in-Residence Selection
January 20, 2022
The Darryl Chappell Foundation and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art are pleased to announce that University of Arkansas’ Aaron Turner has been selected as Darryl Chappell Foundation’s photographer-in-residence at Ogden Museum.
Throughout the summer of 2022, Turner will work closely with Ogden Museum’s curatorial department, meeting with Photography Curator Richard McCabe and also with local mentor, photographer L. Kasimu Harris, to grow and foster the resident’s connections and presence within the New Orleans arts community. Turner will also be mentored by Houston-based photographer Mr. Earlie Hudnall, Jr providing additional access to a larger community of visual artists. Read the full press release here.
Darryl Chappell Foundation Light Work Artists-in-Residence Announced
We are delighted to share with you the selection of our two artists-in-residence for 2022 in partnership with Light Work. The two residencies are made possible through the generous donation made by supporters of the Darryl Chappell Foundation. The two artists-in-residence are Jasmine Clarke, from Brooklyn, NY and Gary Burnley, originally from St. Louis, MO, currently residing in Ridgefield, CT. Read the full press release here.
Jasmine is a Brooklyn based photographer. Her practice focuses on identity, memory, and the surreal qualities of our waking world. Her work has been shown at Howard Greenberg Gallery, Photoville, the Photo Vogue Festival, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, and Blue Sky Gallery in Portland. Jasmine graduated from Bard College with a BA in Photography.
Congratulations to Jasmine and Gary.
Darryl Chappell Foundation & Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico Announce Grant and Partnership
San Juan, Puerto Rico and Washington, DC – Today the Darryl Chappell Foundation (Foundation) and the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (MAPR, or Museum) announced a $20,000 grant from the Foundation to MAPR to fund an Artist Apprenticeship Fellowship Program to support an established artist and mentoring of 40 aspiring artists.