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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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.
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.