Everyone student has a creative dream project. So often, those are the ones they can never find the right resources to. That’s why we created the Creative Residency. The mission is simple: to support the creative community and cultivate a culture of creating and sharing.
BECOMING A CREATOR RESIDENT
The role of a Creator Resident
Your role as a Creator Resident is to create and share. High School Student will proactively make inspiring and innovative work and also receiving professional help with current creative high school projects. High School Students energetically engage with others by sharing your progress, discoveries and outcomes-while getting mentor-ship by other creative professionals who are member of Creator Space. Students will try new tools and workflows in order to explore the potential of their work. High School Students will attend events, speak at conferences and collaborate with other leaders in their field. We believe that high schoolers will find value in sharing their work with a local creative community through sharing all parts of your process.
The benefits of being a Creator Resident
An entire year to focus on a personal creative project Creator Space support and expertise to help bring projects to life Access to Creative Software and Production Equipments Hardware as needed for your project Opportunities to meet and receive guidance from leading creators Access to participate in creative events including community visits Increased exposure and recognition in the creative community.
When can I apply for the Creator Residency?
We'll begin accepting applications for the 2018 program year during the summer.
What are the dates of the Creator Residency year?
The Creator Residency runs from May through April each year.
Will their be attendants?
Yes, but students aren't held to attendants. The program allows flexibility.
What questions will I be asked in the application?
If you are applying to the Creators Residency, take time gathering your application materials. We will be looking at your previous work samples to determine if they are a good match for the 2018 program. Here are the kinds of questions you should be prepared to answer in the application.
What are your creative goal? What do you want to accomplish with your goal?
How would this program help you with school projects and beyond?
What creative industry are you most interested in?
How will you share what you will learn in the program with the creative community?
What will others learn from your creative projects?
Who owns the work Creator Residents make during the residency?
The Creator Resident retains ownership of all their work created during the residency. The resident grants Creator Space a license to use the work they create during the residency and Creator Space will work with the resident to ensure the integrity of their work.
Are the Creator Residents paid?
Creator Residents are no paid but through with their experiences. Creator Space also covers basic working needs, including hardware during the Creator Residency.
What are the eligibility requirements for Creator Space Creator Residents?
Live in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Of legal age and proof high school enrollment
Speak and write fluent English
Are Creator Residents required to relocate?
Creator Residents remain in their current living location with their existing studio setup. Residents will work from Creator Space headquarters alongside other creators.
Can Creator Residents work for other clients or school related projects during the residency?
Yes, The focus of the program is for the Creator Resident to work on many types of projects and accomplish their long term goals. Exceptions are considered on a case by case basis.
Can I apply with another person or as a team?
We currently accept only individuals and high school for the Creator Space Residency.
Who do I contact about the Creative Residency?
Please drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org .