Recurring Event

Great Basin National Park Foundation - University of Nevada, Reno Artist-in-Residence

The first Great Basin National Park Foundation - University of Nevada, Reno Artist-in-Residence Program is currently open to artists living in the Nevada/Utah Great Basin region. The two-to-four week residency, occurring between June and September, is open to visual artists, literary artists, musicians and other creative activity media artists (performance, theatre, dance, composers, etc.) Artists will be surrounded by the natural beauty of the park from the 13,063-foot summit of Wheeler Peak to the depths of Lehman Caves. The park offers the solitude of the wilderness and provides expansive and renowned dark-sky stargazing. The sights, sounds, and textures of the environment, along with uninterrupted time, offer a respite from typical daily life and provide inspiration for creative work. The unique camping residency experience is free of charge; however, no other stipend will be offered. Campsite and camping equipment will be provided. The Artist-in-Residence must agree to present at least one public program in the park during their residency. The AIR public program will be available to park visitors and the general public and will be interactive in nature. Upon returning home from the residency, artists must agree to present/engage in one public outreach program in their own community to share Great Basin National Park and the residency program with audiences beyond the park’s borders. Artists-in-Residence must also agree to donate to Great Basin National Park Foundation an original piece of artwork and/or appropriate professional documentation of writings, music, or performance created during the residency. The deadline for submission is March 15th, 2021. The selection of the 2021 Artist-in-Residence will be announced in April 2021. Please direct questions to Tamara Scronce, Director, School of the Arts, at the University of Nevada, Reno at (775) 784-1733.

Wednesday, March 3 to 12:00 am

More dates through March 15, 2021

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