Wideman Davis Dance invites African American artists, creators, makers, craftspeople, and community builders to partner with us during the final two phases (Phase Two: October 8 to November 19, 2023 and Phase Three: February 11 to March 24, 2024) of our Harpersville residency.
Community Fellows will participate in community events and contribute a final exhibition comprising each fellow’s work. Five creators will receive $5,000.00 (in three installments) to complete the work and support your practice. We are open to funding a range of projects, including but not limited to:
- Cooking/Culinary Arts
- Public History
- Theater Arts
- Performing Arts
- Furniture Makers
Above: Migratuse Ataraxia Installation at Bridgeport Arts Center, Chicago, IL. Photo courtesy of Wideman Davis Dance. Artists: Tanya Wideman-Davis and Thaddeus Davis. Tanya Wideman-Davis Teaching a virtual workshop for the University of Southern Mississippi. Photo courtesy of Wideman-Davis Dance. Migratuse Ataraxia Installation at Bridgeport Arts Center, Chicago, IL. Photo courtesy of Wideman Davis Dance. Artist: Petra Everson. Past Works: credits here