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Workshop for students explores ins and outs of artist residencies

Local student-run nonprofit Advocacy Through Art to host a series of art-focused workshops

Artist Robin Mullery, who is a Cubberley artist in residence, leads a workshop for high school students in which she discusses what a residency is and how to apply for one. The workshop is hosted by student-run nonprofit Advocacy Through Art. Courtesy Robin Mullery.

What's an artist residency? How do you apply — and where do you find out about such opportunities? Palo Alto-based artist Robin Mullery, who is an artist in residence at the Cubberley Center, tackles these questions in an interactive workshop for high school students offered online Saturday, March 27, 2-3 p.m.

The event kicks off a series of virtual workshops hosted by Advocacy Through Art, a nonprofit founded by Palo Alto high school students " who are passionate about using art to facilitate community conversations," according to their website.

The workshop, which will include a Q&A session, also covers funding for artist residencies and how to write an artist statement.

Mullery is a visual artist and therapist who creates installations, and two- and three-dimensional pieces in a variety of media. She's a Cubberley artist in residence through 2024.

For more information or to register, visit tinyurl.com/atamullery.

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Workshop for students explores ins and outs of artist residencies

Local student-run nonprofit Advocacy Through Art to host a series of art-focused workshops

by / Palo Alto Weekly

Uploaded: Thu, Mar 25, 2021, 12:30 pm

What's an artist residency? How do you apply — and where do you find out about such opportunities? Palo Alto-based artist Robin Mullery, who is an artist in residence at the Cubberley Center, tackles these questions in an interactive workshop for high school students offered online Saturday, March 27, 2-3 p.m.

The event kicks off a series of virtual workshops hosted by Advocacy Through Art, a nonprofit founded by Palo Alto high school students " who are passionate about using art to facilitate community conversations," according to their website.

The workshop, which will include a Q&A session, also covers funding for artist residencies and how to write an artist statement.

Mullery is a visual artist and therapist who creates installations, and two- and three-dimensional pieces in a variety of media. She's a Cubberley artist in residence through 2024.

For more information or to register, visit tinyurl.com/atamullery.

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