2023 Artist Residency Programs Info Session with Adam Wiltgen
Join Program Director Adam Wiltgen for a Q&A and Information Session on Zoom about the Anderson Center at Tower View’s 2023 Artist Residency opportunities Wednesday, December 28, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. Central Standard Time. Learn more and have your questions answered in advance of the January 16, 2023 noon CST application deadline. Register via Eventbrite to receive the Zoom invite link to participate. This session will be recorded and posted for viewing at a later date.
Adam will be available to provide an overview and answer frequently asked questions about the program details and application processes for the Anderson Center’s General Artist Residency, Emerging Artist Residency (MN & NYC only) and Salzburg Artist Exchange (MN visual only), as well as the organization’s new Winter Retreat Program. Participating artists will have an opportunity ask questions and get clarification on program specifics and information relevant to their particular circumstances. Complete guidelines and details for each program can be found on the Anderson Center’s online Submittable application portal. Feel free to contact Adam in advance with any questions or things you like to discuss during the Information Session at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adam Wiltgen is the Anderson Center at Tower View’s Program Director. He is responsible for advancing the organization’s outreach and marketing efforts, as well as managing its flagship Artist Residency Program. Prior to joining the Anderson Center in 2020, he created and managed place-based arts projects as Co-Director of Lanesboro Arts in rural Lanesboro, MN. A fellow of the Salzburg Global Forum for Young Cultural Innovators & an alum of the Blandin Community Leadership Program, Adam is passionate about using creativity to impact culture, while bringing people together & building community. At heart, Adam is a musician and a music lover well versed in how the creative process empowers people and sparks positive change. A native of Harmony, Minn., Adam earned a B.A. in Music Business and Entrepreneurship from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Featured image: Anderson Center artists-in-residence busy at work (L to R) Jonathan Herrera Soto, Lily Jue Sheng, Melo Dominguez, Jenna Fischtrom Beacom, and Charlie Ainsworth.