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Spring 2022 International Artists-in-Residence: Welcome Dinner and Community Collaborations

Join Artpace in welcoming our Spring 2022 International Artists-in-Residence! During this talk, you’ll learn about the artists’ careers and plans for their Artpace residency. Artpace will provide a light meal on this casual evening of food, friends, and the future as we talk to the new residents about their practice and their upcoming projects at Artpace. Spring 2022 International Artists-in-Residence: Ariel René Jackson (Austin, Texas), Glendalys Medina (New York City, New York), Claudia Martínez Garay (Lima, Perú / Amsterdam, Netherlands). For their Community Collaborations, Claudia Martínez Garay and Glendalys Medina invite visitors for a behind the scenes look into their studios.

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