The second year of BMoCA + Swoon International Artists Residency brings Japanese musician and sound artist Tomoko Sauvage to Boulder for six weeks beginning in July of 2016. BMoCA + Swoon International Artists Residency provides international creatives with the studio space, resources, time, and freedom to realize expansive works of their imagination. The residency fosters the growth of emerging and established artists, musicians, writers, curators, and other creatives by encouraging them to take risks, experiment, and explore their creativity.
BMoCA + Swoon Artist Talks with Tomoko Sauvage
Wednesday, July 13
Thursday, July 28
at Swoon Art House
free / suggested admission $5
Parking is available at the Shining Mountain Waldorf School, located at 1179 Union Avenue.
BMoCA + Swoon International Artists Residency exists to invite artists from around the world to explore their practice within the Boulder community. It provides artists opportunities to meet new people, explore new materials and practices, and experience life in a new environment. The residency emphasizes the importance of a meaningful and multi-layered cultural exchange and immersion into another culture. Our goal is that residents will have time to focus and investigate their own practice and also become involved in the Boulder community. How residents choose to engage with the community can take many shapes. As part of the residency, BMoCA will host a minimum of public events that allow the community of Boulder a chance to meet the artist and get to know their work. The programs will be planned around each residency and tailored to each artist’s project. Responding to each artist, specific programs and events will likely be planned close to the residency or while they are here. Please sign up for our newsletter or follow our website and social media for more information.