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> Can anyone tell me exactly what it means to be an "artist in
> I was listed that way on my school's new promotional video (a decision
> made by the director of admissions since he knows I'm a professional
> artist as well as a teacher), but I'm not sure if that's right--though
> I doubt if they'll edit the video to change it, if it's not right!
An interesting question. In my expereince the term "artist-in-
residence" is most often used to define the role of an individual who
is PRIMARILY doing studio work ... as opposed to teaching, grant-
writing, administrating, etc., within an institution or organization of
some sort. Certainly there is some elasticity in how this definition
is applied ... but one's role is either artist or other ... a binary sort
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