The Great Kansas Sea
Robyn O’Neil directed a community collaborative drawing project, The Great Kansas Sea, inspired by the Permian Sea that covered Kansas 250 million years ago. After just one week, Harvester collected 700 drawings submitted by more than 500 participants to create a massive seascape. The individual drawings were hung from floor to ceiling by O’Neil and Harvester Arts to create an immersive experience.
For each Resident Artist, at least two local Satellite Artists or groups are selected. Satellite Artists are tasked with taking an aspect of the Resident’s work, process, or ideas and creating new work in response. Satellite Artists have the opportunity to work closely with the Resident Artist. Satellite Artists may collaborate or produce independent work. Satellite Artists are responsible for an exhibition and receive a stipend of $250 each.
Interested in participating with Harvester Arts? Harvester Arts is open to all art forms but does focus on installation and performative projects. Our residencies offer an opportunity for an artist to develop and experiment.