The Creative Community Housing Project (CCHP)
Our two-year residency supports emerging, practicing and mid-level artists by providing spatial subsidies, professional development and teacher training. In exchange, fellows give time to underserved communities through outreach organized by TCP’s Community Arts Program (CAP).. The artists’ works are showcased at an annual fall exhibition and exposure from the program gives access to new audiences nationwide.
CCHP Artist-in-Studio long term studio space (2yrs.)
Provides up to eight visual artists with long term (2yrs.) studio spaces and exhibition opportunities. In exchange, each of the selected artists will complete youth arts outreach with. The studios and exhibition space are located at The Goat Farm Arts Center in Atlanta, Georgia. While in the program residents will also receive promotional support, exhibition opportunities and professional development.
CCHP VISITING Artist-in-Residency - SHORT term housing + StUDIO (3 MONTHS)
This residency program will host one out of state emerging artist every quarter. Residents will be provided housing and transportation along with 24-hour studio access to foster creative growth and innovation. In addition, residents will be required to teach workshops, participate in seminars, and engage in collaborative and community-based projects in order to give back and connect with the local community. In light of TCP’s “circle of giving concept,” the residency will foster a space for deep conversations about place and community enrichment via arts and culture initiatives while allowing residents time and space to develop new bodies of work.
By implementing this unparalleled program, TCP will promote emerging talent world-wide, expose Atlanta to a larger array of creative voices, and fight for our city’s growth and reputation as an internationally competitive arts region.