Artist Residency Program

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The ArtsFairfax Artist Residency Program places professional teaching artists in community settings including schools, parks, community centers, senior centers, affordable housing, and libraries. Artists share their work and offer participants high-quality interactive, educational art experiences. 

Artists are placed throughout Fairfax County with priority to areas with less arts infrastructure and resources. 

ArtsFairfax provides teaching artists with training on working with members of the community, working with public school students and administration, adapting lesson plans, and marketing.  Artists interested in residencies and sites that would like to host a residency may contact Hope Cagle, Education Manager at hcagle@artsfairfax.org 

2021-2022 ArtsFairfax Artist Residency

Shona D’Cruz
“Ocean Treasures”
Visual Arts, Mosaics

Katherine Zukeri
“Hip-Hop Time Machine”
Dance

Shona D’Cruz
“Ocean Treasures”
Visual Arts, Mosaics

Katherine Zukeri
“Hip-Hop Time Machine”
Dance

This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.

Hope Cagle

Arts Education Program Manager

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