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Forming the continuum: New York artist Lehna Huie on the future in her work

February 9, 2016   by Cevan Castle   Lehna Huie is a multidisciplinary fine artist, arts educator, cultural worker and curator, and mom to Simone, her one-year-old daughter. In the fall of 2015, she participated in a five week residency at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.  I spoke with her about the transition into … Continue reading

The fun vs. the insufferable: New York artist Rebeca Raney on making art while parenting

January 30, 2016  by Cevan Castle   Rebeca Raney is a New York based artist and designer, an arts educator, and mom to a two year old. She is a voice of encouragement for artists considering children. During the recent Center for Parenting Artists event PLAY&GROUP 1: a picnic with New York composer Ithai Benjamin and his robotic puppets, … Continue reading

Shira Richter on the Origins of Difficulty for Artists with Children

Artist and mother of twins Shira Richter pulls no punches in this interview with Hannah Rubin for The Sisterhood, part of a series of articles that aims to address gender imbalance in the art world.  Richter speaks with surprising directness of the transition that women-artists make as they become mothers, and reveals cultural beliefs and … Continue reading

Project AfterBirth: International Call for Entries from Artist-Parents

“Professional contemporary artists of any gender working in any visual, performing, text, film or digital art discipline are invited to submit work they created in response to their own pregnancy, birth and/or early parenthood experiences. The deadline for submissions is 5pm on Friday 15th May.”  https://projectafterbirth.wordpress.com

Lorna Simpson on art while parenting: “being a mother makes me very present”

Lorna Simpson’s beautiful interview on her accomplishments, making art while parenting, the need for intellectual stimulation while raising an infant, and how being a mother made her a stronger artist. http://aleim.com/issue3/interview-lorna/

Artists Kids Compendium

Choreographer Andrew Simonet’s “crowd-sourced, opinionated, positive” guide to being an artist with children! bit.ly/1B6kidr

New! Claudia F. Savage reviews 5 artist-parent residencies available now

This is a beautifully organized list of 5 artist-parent residencies available in 2015-2016.   Application deadlines begin in April and carry through the fall.  Many offer a stipend and/or childcare. Open to dancers, visual artists, writers, musicians, composers, choreographers, and more! http://www.voicecatcher.org/archives/4769

Ecology of culture report

The Ecology of Culture: a mixed economy with several motivations: http://www.a-n.co.uk/news/the-ecology-of-culture-a-mixed-economy-with-multiple-motivations

Art-making and parenthood: compartmentalizing is only one approach

(Subtitle: you can blame the Abstract Impressionists for your troubles) There is no doubt that small, nursery-aged children take up a considerable amount of time and energy.  Seasoned parents will quickly share, however, that it goes incredibly fast, despite what it feels like in the moment.  They reminisce: babyhood was over in the blink of an … Continue reading

Lincoln Center Education partners with Hunter College to offer FULLY SUBSIDIZED masters degree in arts education

Great opportunity! Lincoln Center Scholars Program in partnership with Hunter College is seeking 40 candidates for a FULLY SUBSIDIZED Masters in Education program that comes with a $7500 stipend and fast-tracked placement into NYC public school arts teaching positions. Deadline is soon- February 11. Take a look! http://lincolncentereducation.org/higher-education#lincoln-center-scholars