The last Caldera Open Studios of the series is slated for Saturday, March 28 from 1–3pm with a presentation beginning at 1:15pn followed by studios opened for guests to explore. Open Studios is free and open to the public. Presented is the work of individuals from around the country chosen by jury and awarded four-week stays at Caldera’s Arts Center at Blue Lake through its renowned Artist in Residence program.
Open Studios is a special opportunity to experience the creative process of exceptional artists and to learn more about their residency experience at Caldera.
“Open Studios” takes place at Caldera’s beautiful Arts Center at Blue Lake, 16 miles west of the town of Sisters, Oregon. Refreshments and a warm fire in Caldera’s Hearth Arts Center are a tradition for these informal, friendly, and often surprising events. Each month, a new group of artists presents their work.
This month features the following residents: Diana Arterian, writer, Los Angeles, California; Kyle Browne, mixed media, Jamaica Plains, Massachussetts; Stephanie Del Rosso, writer, Brooklyn, New York; Mandy Greer, mixed media, Seattle; Horatio Hun-Yan Law, mixed media, Portland, Oregon; Daniela Molnar, Portland, Oregon; and Folawole, dancer, San Fransciso, California. Full bios can be found on the Caldera website, http://www.calderaarts.org.
Applications for 2016 Artists in Residence are open January 15th. To learn more about applying to Caldera, go to: http://www.calderaarts.org/caldera/arts-in-residence/application/ .
Over 300 artists have been awarded residencies at Caldera since 2000. Established in 1996 by Dan Wieden, co-founder of the Portland, Oregon-based international ad agency Wieden+Kennedy, Caldera is a nonprofit arts organization that supports children with limited opportunities through long-term mentoring and arts learning, as well as provides fully subsidized residencies to professional artists. Caldera is a catalyst for the transformation of underserved youth through innovative year-round art and environmental programs.