The Arts Research Collaborative Drawing Residency Program
In 2014, the collaborative established a residency program in recognition of former UML professor, Jim Jeffers, and his tireless efforts on behalf of his students. The goal of the program is to help support recent graduates who plan to pursue a Master of Fine Arts degree. Helping with this process, each recipient will receive a modest studio space to allow them to focus on their drawing practice for a period of four months. At the end of the residency, the Collaborative will give the artist an exhibition, documenting their work during that period.
Duy Hoang, the first recipient for 2014.
Working title – The Wall