CALL FOR ARTISTS: Court 13 is seeking out artists capable of executing a fully realized environment that can stand alone as a work of art, as well as provide an inspirational jumping-off point for young screenwriters and filmmakers to create new and original work.
OUTCOME: A 1-location film set / built environment located at our Court 13 Headquarters
- One-page project description, providing a succinct description of the technical and artistic vision of the proposed set. Include both a project description outlining the proposed project (maximum 500 words), and an artist statement (maximum 250 words);
- Look book or other visual representation of full concept;
- One-page C.V. (should include contact information - home address, phone number, email address, website) listing education, significant exhibitions/credits/projects, & bibliography;
- Total working budget;
- Work samples – 10 to 20 samples representative of the artist’s body of work to date;
- Two letters of recommendation - from people who can speak to character, past work, ability to achieve the project proposed, and abilities in collaborative projects;
- $30 application fee.
Through a partnership with the New Orleans Video Access Center (NOVAC), artists-in-residence are required to lead one weekend-long workshop, presenting to local aspiring youth artists and working filmmakers. This presentation will be tailored to the specific expertise of the artist and will be fully supported and designed in collaboration with NOVAC and Court 13. These workshops are an important opportunity for direct connection between artists-in-residence and students & working filmmakers in New Orleans.
Court 13 will partner with film, construction, and art organizations in New Orleans to provide supplemental materials, and we will work closely with the two finalists to ensure that all budgetary and material needs are met.
The Fall Residencies will last 7 weeks: October 29 to December 14, 2018. Resident-artists are encouraged to utilize in-house tools (wood shop, welders, basic hand tools) and materials, as well as donated and recycled materials from our external film work and community partnerships. Our facilities are a comprised of approximately 8,000 square feet of raw workshop space and a 14,000-square-foot yard. A blueprint of our property is included, with spaces available for film-set proposals and dimensions marked in blue. A jury of experts in various arts-related fields will judge the proposals on narrative concept and ambition, as well as feasibility within the confines of the physical space and budgetary limits.
June 20th - Announcement
July 25th - Application closes
August 9th - Announcement of 2 Finalists
September - Prep and materials acquisition
October - Full plan submission
October 29th - Residency begins