Sarah Rodigari tours SOMA Summer in Mexico
Interdisciplinary artist Sarah Rodigari spent two months participating in the 2014 SOMA Summer program in Mexico City, with the assistance of the Copyright Agency’s Career Fund.
The intensive, hands-on residency consisted of workshops, studio visits and symposiums with artists and curators from around the globe and culminated in an open studio exhibition showcasing participants’ work.
“My time in Mexico was deeply rewarding and rich with new opportunities to develop my art practice in a global context,” Sarah says.
Throughout the program, Sarah connected with well-regarded artists including Harrell Fletcher, artist group Superflex and curator Magalí Arriola. Following SOMA Summer, she was invited to present her performance
The Inner Life of Ghosts: Presence Felt with Immaterial Realities at the MARSO gallery in Mexico.
The Copyright Agency’s Career Fund supports individuals working in the publishing and visual arts sectors to develop skills and enhance their careers.
Individual grants of up to $5,000 are offered for learning and professional development opportunities.
Opportunities typically supported include:
- structured mentorships
- residencies with structured mentorship or structured learning opportunities
- participation in professional workshops, courses and conferences
- specific training in technical areas directly relevant to the applicant’s creative professional practice
Find out more about the Copyright Agency’s Career Fund.