Halcyon Arts Lab

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Learn about Halcyon Arts Lab Cohort 2

Halcyon Arts Lab is currently home to eight socially driven artists working in multi-disciplinary media from choreography to poetry to visual arts. Their nine-month residency provides time and space to tackle issues including economic inequality, systemic racism, socio-political upheaval, indigenous incarceration, and other contemporary social justice issues. 

Meet the Fellows

Space & Access

Each cohort has access to individual on-campus studios, and each fellow receives a competitive scholarship to support living expenses and artistic materials. That means space, time and access to think big and create.

Artist Spotlight:

Georgia Saxelby

Georgia creates interactive installations, including sculptural objects and audience-driven performances to investigate ritual traditions and sacred spaces in celebration of feminine mythologies, women-specific traditions and contemporary issues of gender and space.  

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