BAVC’s Residency Program provides Bay Area moving image artists and independent media makers a home base from which to manage projects currently in the production or post-production stages. In addition to providing office space shared between residents, $2,000 worth of BAVC courses, fiscal sponsorship, and free membership, the BAVC Residency affords the chance to plug into BAVC’s community of fellow filmmakers and industry veterans through peer feedback sessions and public work-in-progress screenings. The Residency program builds on the success of BAVC’s Artist-in-Resident program, to continue to provide independent media makers with support and opportunities for creative and professional growth.
nine-month residency period is occupied by two residents
simultaneously, who share an office space that is equally equipped for
post-production work and team or client meetings. Halfway through the
residency period, both residents will be given respective peer feedback
sessions, with a public, joint artist’s talk and work-in-progress
screening to be held toward the end of the residency period.
The BAVC Residency Program is supported by the San Francisco Film Commission.
The Residency Program also offers participants the following benefits:
Center for the Humanities
and the Public Sphere
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
200 Walker Hall
P.O. Box 118030
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611