Who does the program serve? More Art welcomes applications from underrepresented artists including emerging socially-engaged public artists based in the five boroughs of New York City and/or in easy commuting distance. We encourage applications from emerging artists, first generation and immigrant artists; artists of color; individuals from economically disadvantaged backgrounds; artists who have been excluded from the resources of the art world because of disability, cultural, racial, and linguistic heritage and/or identity; who do not have formal artistic training; or whose creative practices have been historically underrepresented and/or marginalized. More Art welcomes applications from artists of all disciplines, including but not limited to: visual artists, performers, choreographers, musicians, designers, and new media artists. Currently enrolled undergraduate students may not apply.
Number of Participants
8 fellows will be awarded the fellowship. Collectives or collaborative partners may apply. Please submit one application per group.
Selection Results (Announcement Dates)
February 01, 2020 - October 31, 2020
- $250.00 material budget (one-time)
Community Engagement , Courses, Critique, Demo Day, Discussion
Activists, Biotech, Collective, Conceptual Art, Curatorial, Dance, Design, Digital Media, Documentary, Entrepreneur , Film, Illustration, Immersive Experiences, Installation, Interdiscplinary Arts, Intervention, Journalism, Land Art, Museum Technology, Music, Nonfiction, Pedagogy, Performance Art, Playwriting, Research, Scholar, Sculpture, Social Practice, Sound Art, Theatre, Virtual Reality, Visual Arts
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The ENGAGING ARTISTS (EA) Fellowship program is designed for artists seeking to both develop and sustain their public art and socially-engaged practice. The program curriculum encompasses a professional development series, mentorship, and peer networking. The EA Curriculum is valued at $25,000 per participant. The twelve-month Fellowship provides an infrastructure and laboratory for NYC-based emerging and underrepresented artists to gain a deeper understanding of the history of the field of public art, incubate and develop their early-stage research and project, collaborate with communities in shaping society, and build sustainable careers. DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15, 11:59 EST
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