Wideman Davis Dance invites 10 Montgomery-based artists, creators, and craftspeople working within the Black diaspora to partner with us during the final two phases (Phase Two: October 31 to December 11, 2022 and Phase Three: February 20 to April 2, 2023) of our Montgomery residency of Migratuse Reimagined.
Artistic fellows will participate in community events and contribute a final exhibition comprising each artist’s work. 10 artists will receive $5,000.00 to complete the work and support your artistic practice. We are open to funding a range of projects, including but not limited to:
- Cooking/Culinary Arts
- Sound Design
- Street Performance
- Theater Arts
- Performing Arts
Click here for full details and to apply by Friday, Sept 16, 2022.
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