A Call to Place
A Call to Place: the first five years of the Frontier Fellowship was a publication and an exhibition at the Rio Gallery in downtown Salt Lake City, March - May, 2016. A Call to Place features the first five years of Epicenter's Frontier Fellows: 50 visiting artists and collaboratives who have each spent up to a month in residence generating place-based work in Green River, Utah, alongside the community. A Call to Place was co-curated by Maria Sykes, Bryan Brooks, and Corbin LaMont.
The Frontier fellowship
The Frontier Fellowship provides creative professionals the opportunity to live and work with Epicenter in Green River, Utah (pop. 961), for two to eight weeks. From this rural place and in the context of the frontier, Fellows generate new work that is informed by the residents of Green River and the surrounding desert landscape. Epicenter, a design studio instigating positive change through community-based projects and programs, facilitates Fellowships throughout the year. Epicenter encourages applications regardless of applicant’s background, focus, or specialty. Epicenter has hosted over 60 artists and collaboratives through the Frontier Fellowship.
Gina Abelkop, Dylan Adams, Sarah Baugh, Michelle Benoit, Colin Bliss & Lucia Carroll, Zach Bulick, Cabin-Time, Pete Collard & Alice Masters, Shawn Creeden, Erica Ruth Dixon, Grayson Earle, Eliza Fernand, Justin Flood, Kristina Fong, Ryan Troy Ford, Molly Goldberg & Mary Rothlisberger, Raphael Griswold, Andrew Hamblin, Catherine Page Harris, Jamey Herman, High Desert Test Sites, Celia Hollander, Geoffrey Holstad, Emily Howe & Jordan Gulasky & Phil Dagostino, Russell Kerr, Aidan Koch, Spencer Kroll, Laurelin Kruse, Corbin LaMont, Nicole Lavelle, Sarah Lillegard, Rob Loucks, Miles Mattison, Zoe Minikes, Ali Osborn, Jordan Topiel Paul, Zorth Pilonieta, Richard Saxton, Sincerely Interested, Cyrus Smith, D. Strauss, Charlotte XC Sullivan, Lisa Ward, Bennett Williamson, and Nick Zdon.