Panelists: Carrie Hardison (Sitka Center), Julia Oldham, Kathleen Caprario, and Eliot Grasso. Facilitated by Tallmadge Doyle.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

03:00 PM - 05:00 PM

942 Olive Street Building
942 Olive St
Eugene, OR


Join a panel of experienced artists and residency program managers for a discussion about artist residencies. Find out how a residency might benefit you and your work, what to consider when applying, and how to submit a strong application. We’ll talk about funding, expectations, preparation, productivity, and answer all your questions to ensure you make the most out of your next (or first) artist residency experience.

Facilitated by Tallmadge Doyle, a printmaker, painter and public artist in Eugene.


Carrie Hardison
In March, Carrie moved from Portland to become the new program manager for the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology. As the program manager she develops and supervises both the workshop and residency program.  She graduated from Southern Oregon University with a Bachelors Degree in studio art specializing in drawing and painting. In 1996, she moved to Portland to attend graduate school at Portland State University where she received a Master’s Degree in education. Throughout her professional career in education, Carrie has worn many hats including art teacher, program developer and program manager. As an artist herself, she thrives doing work that contributes to providing opportunities for artists to explore and deepen their expression.

Julia Oldham
Julia Oldham (Eugene, OR) is a video artist based in Eugene, OR. She creates fantastical worlds by layering animated sequences and video footage, and through this process explores the far reaches of outer space and the deep seas, has dreamlike encounters with animated birds and coyotes, and finds the potential for romance in mathematical equations. Her work has been exhibited at institutions across the country, including Art in General in New York, NY; MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, NY; the Northwest Film Center, Portland, OR; the Dia Foundation at the Hispanic Society in New York, NY; and the Smithsonian Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC. She has participated in a number of residencies, including Swing Space with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council in New York, NY; Outpost Artist Resources in Ridgewood, NY; Artists in Residence in the Everglades, Miami, FL; Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, Clermont, KY. This year she was nominated for a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship. Oldham also runs an art space and artist residency called Opossum House in Oregon and invites two artists from around the country to participate in a Spring Residency each year.

Kathleen Caprario