MFA Candidate Accepted for New York Residency

July 23rd, 2013 by Katlin McNally
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MFA candidate Kim Webb was accepted for a residency at Mildred’s Lane in Narrowsbug, NY.

The residency’s goal is to create an environment that fosters engagement with every aspect of life. Attendees work, live, and research all within the same space.

Webb will be joining a project called Learning to Resingularize during her stay, July 8–28.

“I hope to find a lot of inspiration at Mildred’s Lane,” Webb said. “The artists who will be there seem innovative and brilliant, and I hope to establish meaningful relationships through mutual interests. I also hope to cultivate my plans for my thesis work for my final year at CCAD.”

Webb earned her BFA from Ohio State University and attended Newark High School in Newark, OH.

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