Artistic and Academic Fellowships and Residencies, 1/2013

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1.) The Bogliasco Fellowship: The Bogliasco Fellowships, due January 15th, are awarded, without regard to nationality, to qualified persons doing advanced creative work or scholarly research in the following disciplines:

- Archaeology 

- Architecture 

- Classics 

- Dance 

- Film/Video 

- History 

- Landscape Architecture 

- Literature 

- Music 

- Philosophy 

- Theater 

- Visual Arts

In the Arts, the Study Center welcomes persons doing both creative and scholarly work (such as Art History, Musicology, Film Criticism, and so on). With respect to Music and Theater, the Center does not have rehearsal studio space for persons wishing to work extensively in performance. However, as of 2013, the Bogliasco Foundation is happy to announce the addition of a brand-new, state-of-the-art 365 sq ft dance studio. Customizations include a sprung floor with marley surface, mirrors, portable barres, and audio-video projection and recording capabilities.  http://www.bfny.org/english/fellowships.cfm


2.) The Sally and Don Lucas Artists Residency Program [LAP]: The Sally and Don Lucas Artists Residency Program is designed to offer artists from a range of disciplines an environment conducive to individuals and collaborative creative practice. Seeking to stimulate an energetic exchange of ideas between culturally diverse Fellows and across varied artistic fields and scholarly disciplines, the residency has earned international recognition as a model of curatorial practice supporting the development of new and challenging contemporary work. The application portal is now open. Submission deadline is January 25, 2013. www.montalvoarts.slideroom.com


3.) The Fulbright U.S. Student Program: The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers fellowships for U.S. graduating college seniors, graduate students, young professionals and artists to study, conduct research or be an English teaching assistant abroad for one academic year. In addition, Critical Language Enhancement Awards are available to grantees for study of critical need foreign languages before or concurrently with their grant period. The Fulbright-mtvU Fellowship is a special opportunity for up to four U.S. students to pursue projects around an aspect of international contemporary or popular music as a cultural force for expression. http://eca.state.gov/fulbright


4.) The European Media Art Network: The EMARE and its partners provide 2-month residencies between April and Septembre 2013 in Mexico, England, Germany, France and the Netherlands (for European and Mexican artists). The EMARE Mexico residency exchange is a stimulation for media artists, artists working with digital media, video, sound, interactive technologies, internet and the likes. The residencies are project based, with a finished work - for instance an (interactive) installation or a video piece - as the end result. Applicants should be prepared and able to complete their proposed project within the two-month duration of the residency. http://www.transartists.org/article/european-media-artists-residence-mexico-2013


5.) The Durfee Foundation in Los Angeles: The Durfee Foundation’s Stanton Fellowship provides up to six fellows with $75,000 each over a two-year period to think deeply about the intractable problems in their sector, and to tease out solutions that will improve life for the people of L.A. http://durfee.org/what-we-support/stanton-fellowship/


6.) Sundance Institute's Artist Programs: Through year-round support, including a series of Labs and Fellowships for screenwriters, directors, documentarians, producers, composers, and theatre artists, the Institute's artist programs have supported more than 5,000 artists and their films. http://www.sundance.org/programs/


7.) The MAK Center Residency Program: The Artists and Architects in Residence Program at the Mackey Apartments is a six-month residency offered twice annually to two artists and two architects. This unique program is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture of the Republic of Austria in cooperation with the MAK-Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art, Vienna. Each spring, a high-profile, international jury is convened in Vienna to select eight projects from international applicants as well as two alternates per group. The deadline for applications is in early March. http://www.makcenter.org/MAK_Residency_Program.php#


8.) The Watermill Center International Summer Program Residency: For the past 18 years, The Watermill Center has hosted an International Summer Program led by Artistic Director, Robert Wilson. Each summer, approximately 65 artists from almost 30 countries gather at Watermill’s Long Island, NY six-acre campus. Participants spend two - five weeks in intense creative exploration which provides a unique opportunity to learn from established professionals, particularly the development and performance methodologies of Robert Wilson and his peers; forge lasting relationships with other artists from a broad range of experience levels and disciplinary specificity; develop networks of US and international professional contacts; focus on new work, and embody what it means to be a “global artist.” The deadline to submit is March 6, 2013 a 5pm EST. http://watermillcenter.org/programs/summer



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