Schwartz Artist in Residence Program
The Donna and Marvin Schwartz Foundation Artist-in-Residence Program (DMSF AIRP) at Emory University seeks to increase substantially the depth, diversity and profile of performing arts education in the Emory and greater Atlanta communities by providing opportunities for meaningful contact with performing artists, composers, and art scholars from throughout the world.
Artists whose work reflects international and diverse cultural dimensions will be engaged for extended periods of time during which they provide Emory and Atlanta area students with teaching, master classes, lectures, and demonstrations often culminating in a public performance of their work in the Schwartz Center. The committee will entertain residency applications for artists of any discipline or artistic scholars. A meaningful portion of the residency must take place on Emory University campus. This includes lectures, workshops, film showings, classes, and art installations.
Are you interested in submitting a residency for consideration? View the DMSF AIRP application and selection process guidelines.