ArtStreet Living Learning Community
Providing housing for 58 juniors and seniors of all majors, ArtStreet combines innovative living spaces with multi-purpose studio facilities. As part of a university initiative to integrate academic and experiential learning with residential and community living, ArtStreet residents contribute to the student neighborhood by providing arts-based educational programming, sponsoring community gatherings, and devoting time and energies to creative philanthropic projects. Residents are selected by a committee through the special interest housing application process; applications are generally due at the beginning of the spring semester for the following academic year. All ArtStreet residents are required to enroll in UDI 371:ArtStreet Experience each semester. This 1-credit pass/fail course exposes residents to a variety of arts-related projects, field trips, workshops and performances.
2013-14 ArtStreet Housing Application Process:
PLEASE NOTE: The 8-person townhouse is not available for the 2013-14 academic year, and only a limited number of 4 and 6-person townhouses/apartments are available. Applications will only be accepted from 4 and 6-person groups.
Application Process Opens on Special Interest Housing Website: Jan. 21, 2013
Workshop to Assist Group Leaders with Applications: Friday, Jan. 25, 3-4 p.m. (ArtStreet Studio E)
Application Deadline: Feb. 1, 2013
Notification of Application Status: No later than March 1, 2013
A Day in the Life
In March of 2011, ArtStreet residents were asked to create a project that represented the arts at UD from their perspective. Check out the links below for a few of the creative ideas they came up with.
312A Kiefaber >>328A/B Kiefaber (PDF document) >>