Artists In Residency


Maker City LA is proud to announce a partnership with California Institute for The Arts (CalArts), whereby the internationally recognized institution for the performing and visual arts will program a jointCalArts/REEF/Maker City LA residency through September 2015.

This program offers CalArts graduates from the School of Critical Studies and the School of Art a unique opportunity to continue their ambitious practices in a public context as they transition from the institution. The CalArts REEF residency fosters a significant connection between writing and art making and aims to select artists whose projects require the support of a studio and resources at crucial points in their early careers.

We are thrilled to welcome the following artists into the program:

Elliot Vrendenburg – MA, School of Critical Studies, Aesthetics and Politics Program

Emerson Whitney – MFA, School of Critical Studies, Creative Writing Program

Danielle Bustillo – MFA, School of Art, Art and Technology Program

Eve Lauryn La Fountain –MFA, School of Art, Photo and Media Program and School of Film/Video, Film/Video Program

These graduates promise to fulfill diverse and engaged studio projects over the next six months. We look forward to seeing their work as they progress through their residencies.

The next CalArts REEF residency will begin from October 1st 2015 to September 29th 2016. Call for proposals will be made public in the coming months.

The current residency runs April – September, 2015 in Suite 1150

CURRENT CAL ARTS REEF RESIDENCY

PAST CAL ARTS REEF RESIDENCY


Past Maker City LA Artists In Residency Alumni

AIR @ Maker City LA (2012 - 2015) provided free work and exhibition space for emerging artists to work on projects that further their artistic and creative vision while inspiring the Maker City LA community. Participants are encouraged to pursue creative risk-taking in an environment dedicated to exploration, experimentation and innovation.

   Marie Joxe-Collins    Marie works as a Creative Director for multiple agencies in New York, Paris, New Dehli, Shanghai and Austin. With a Masters in Design from Paris’s ESAG School of Visual Arts in Paris, and a BA in history from La Sorbonne, She has lead creative design for PUMA and DELL among others. Her exhibits are an audiovisual pitch installation on her film Selma & Wang.

Marie Joxe-Collins

Marie works as a Creative Director for multiple agencies in New York, Paris, New Dehli, Shanghai and Austin. With a Masters in Design from Paris’s ESAG School of Visual Arts in Paris, and a BA in history from La Sorbonne, She has lead creative design for PUMA and DELL among others. Her exhibits are an audiovisual pitch installation on her film Selma & Wang.

   Teresa Flowers    LA-based, internationally recognized artist Teresa Flowers. Teresa’s work has been featured in many fine art and photography publications and has garnered numerous awards. Her latest project, ECHOES is a three-dimensional, large-scale body of work utilizing photographs and drawings to create a transparent, illuminated, experiential installation.

Teresa Flowers

LA-based, internationally recognized artist Teresa Flowers. Teresa’s work has been featured in many fine art and photography publications and has garnered numerous awards. Her latest project, ECHOES is a three-dimensional, large-scale body of work utilizing photographs and drawings to create a transparent, illuminated, experiential installation.

   Mileece    LA-based experience designer & sonic artist, Mileece. Her work ‘promoting ecology through technology and the arts’ has brought her international critical acclaim as a composer and installation artist. Mileece released a series of compositions inspired by cycles and formations in nature as her critically acclaimed debut album “Formations”. 

Mileece

LA-based experience designer & sonic artist, Mileece. Her work ‘promoting ecology through technology and the arts’ has brought her international critical acclaim as a composer and installation artist. Mileece released a series of compositions inspired by cycles and formations in nature as her critically acclaimed debut album “Formations”. 

 
   Claudia Bueno    Claudia is internationally recognized for her distinctive use of technology as the media that animates her work, as well as the intricacy of her compositions and a spatial sense of immersion. Lights, motors, circuits, sound, wind, and video charge her pieces with the life and movement that characterizes her creative language. Detailed drawings, meticulous cutouts, and elaborate structures leave evidence of the intimate engagement between the artist and her work.   

Claudia Bueno

Claudia is internationally recognized for her distinctive use of technology as the media that animates her work, as well as the intricacy of her compositions and a spatial sense of immersion. Lights, motors, circuits, sound, wind, and video charge her pieces with the life and movement that characterizes her creative language. Detailed drawings, meticulous cutouts, and elaborate structures leave evidence of the intimate engagement between the artist and her work.

 

   Austin Young    Austin Young is from Reno, Nevada, and currently lives and works in Los Angeles. The foundation of his career is from studying at Parsons in Paris.  Early in his career, Austin transferred his interests from traditional portrait painting towards a long celebrated career in portrait photography. In many ways, Austin is more accurately described as an image-maker. His projects illustrate the sublime qualities that make celebrated people unique.

Austin Young

Austin Young is from Reno, Nevada, and currently lives and works in Los Angeles. The foundation of his career is from studying at Parsons in Paris.  Early in his career, Austin transferred his interests from traditional portrait painting towards a long celebrated career in portrait photography. In many ways, Austin is more accurately described as an image-maker. His projects illustrate the sublime qualities that make celebrated people unique.

   Bettina Hubby     Bettina Hubby’s practice is wide-ranging, encompassing curatorial, public engagement and project-based work, alongside more traditional media such as collage, drawing, photography and sculpture. With ideas that engages diverse communities and often exist in settings that challenge the conventions of exhibition spaces, Hubby’s work celebrates collaboration and resists easy categorization.

Bettina Hubby

Bettina Hubby’s practice is wide-ranging, encompassing curatorial, public engagement and project-based work, alongside more traditional media such as collage, drawing, photography and sculpture. With ideas that engages diverse communities and often exist in settings that challenge the conventions of exhibition spaces, Hubby’s work celebrates collaboration and resists easy categorization.