Native American Artist Fellowship Eric & Barbara Dobkin Rollin & Mary Ella KingRonald & Susan Dubin SAR Indigenous Writer-in-Residence Fellowship


Sponsor

School for Advanced Research - Indian Arts Research Center

Title

NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIST FELLOWSHIP

ERIC & BARBARA DOBKIN
ROLLIN & MARY ELLA KING
RONALD & SUSAN DUBIN

SAR INDIGENOUS WRITER-IN-RESIDENCE FELLOWSHIP

Contact

ATTN:  Native Artist Fellowships
School for Advanced Research
Post Office Box 2188
Santa Fe, NM 87504-2188

phone: 505.954.7205  
e-mail: iarc@sarsf.org
url: http://artists.sarweb.org

Availability

March 1 - May 31:  Eric & Barbara Dobkin
September 1 - December 1:  Rollin & Mary Ella King
January 3 - February 21:  SAR Indigenous Writer-in-Residence Fellowship
June 15 - August 15:  Ronald & Susan Dubin 

Eligibility

Established for an artist who wishes to cultivate new knowledge and skills, to improve existing abilities, and excel in creative expression.  The SAR Indigenous Writer-in-Residence fellowship is for writers, the Dobkin fellowship is for Native women artists, the King fellowship is intended for artists from the southwest.  All other fellowships are open generally to Native artists.

Information

The Indian Arts Research Center at the School for Advanced Research offers three artist-in-residence fellowships to support artists in realizing artistic goals in growth, enhancement, excellence and achievement.  During the residency, artists engage in special projects that push their personal artistic boundaries.

Benefits/Award

Financial support; Residence and Studio for the duration of the fellowship; Public reception and exhibition of work; One piece created during project will be added to the School's collection.

Deadline

January 15th for all fellowships.

Required Documentation

Complete Application Packet, including details about work, background training, artist statement and a well-developed proposal for a project to complete during the fellowship.


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