Art and Natural Resources Residency

We are no longer accepting applications for this project (closed February 6). 

The selected artist for residency will be announced in mid-March.

The Art and Natural Resources Residency (ANRR) is a short-term residency program to engage a local artist and allow them to embed with the JCPRD Natural Resource team to learn, respond artistically, and amplify this important work. The 2024 Art and Natural Resources Residency (ANRR) will focus on the role of water in Johnson County and the importance of clean water and quality watersheds as part of our regional ecosystem’s resilience. The art will respond to this theme and be placed somewhere along the Mill Creek Steamway within JCPRD.

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Special Thanks

The funding for this residency is provided in partnership with the Johnson County Stormwater Management Program.

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The ANRR Art Selection Committee includes:

  • Chuck Dvorak, JCPRD Central Region Assistant Park Manager
  • Cloey Adrian, City of Overland Park
  • Kelly Fry, WaterOne
  • Kim Bellemere, Friends of the Kaw
  • Lesley Rigney, Johnson County Stormwater Management Program
  • Matt Garrett, JCPRD Natural Resource Manager
  • Nick Ward-Bopp, JCPRD Planning & Development
  • Ryan Bell, JCPRD Fine Arts Coordinator
  • Susan Mong, JCPRD Superintendent of Culture
  • Shelly Trewolla, JCPRD Public Art Committee
  • Jen Newell, non-voting, administrative support

Previous Residency Projects

JCPRD is proud to offer this opportunity again in 2024, which will be its third year for the residency project! Learn more about past projects below.

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