Over the course of the year, the Museum works with artists and invites them to participate with Museum staff and visitors in a wide variety of ways to generate interactive fine artworks.
Tough Art Artist Residency
The artists for the Children's Museum's 2018 Tough Art Artist Residency have been chosen:
- Isaac Levine, Pittsburgh, PA
- Miranda Miller and Lumi Barron, Pittsburgh, PA
- Neil Mendoza, San Francisco, CA
This residency offers established and emerging artists the opportunity to expand their skills and create artwork for one of the toughest venues for art: a children’s museum. Artists are tasked with making interactive, immersive and/or collaborative projects that have a direct impact on the visitor experience. Throughout the summer residency, artists prototype with visitors and evaluate their process to achieve the desired outcome. Final works of art are exhibited at the Children’s Museum from September 2018 to January 2019.
2018 is the twelfth year of the Tough Art Program.
For program details, please see the download at the bottom of the page.
Additional information on the program is available at: CMP Tough Art
Tough Artist 2017:
- Arvid Tomayko and Hannah Thompson
- Megan Flod Johnson
- Shohei Katayama
- Robert Zacharias
Past Tough Artists:
Isla Hansen and Luke Loeffler
Jennifer Van Winkle
F.I.N.E. Art Residency
Fresh - Innovative - Nonstop - Expression
The F.I.N.E. Artist Residency series is a high-impact rotation of visual artists exhibiting their work and leading programs that introduce new and exciting art and art-making techniques to Museum visitors, staff and educators.
Previous F.I.N.E. Artists:
Michael David Battle
The F.I.N.E. Art Residency is supported by the Fine Foundation.