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Artist-in-residence programs allowing artists to reside and work in a specific social and cultural context, often different from their own. These programs offer conditions that are conductive to creativity and they provide for working facilities for artists. Historically, Artist-in-residence programs developed in three stages:

  1. Escape (1920s-1940s) to artist communities supported by art patrons in non-urban contexts;
  2. embed (1960s) urban, artist-activist, political communities,  an integral part of a surrounding whole;
  3. nomad, an expression of the actual global tendency of artists, supported by residency support network.

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