Language:
English
Founded:
2012
Duration:
6 months
Paid by host:

The Resident Artist/Scholar Fellow will be provided with a stipend ($30,000.00), a modest studio/office on the Foggy Bottom Campus, as well as a creative project/research fund (up to $5,000.00) to cover expenses directly related to the realization of the work done while in residence.

Paid by artist:

Travel costs, accommodation, subsistence costs.

Application guidelines:

There is no restrictions on age or nationality of the applicants. However, applicants need to be mid-career artists, which GWU views as six or more years of professional experience in their field. 

To apply, please send per emil following information to Geralyn Schultz, Associate Dean for Research. Please type GW resident artist/scholar program in the subject line:

  • Summary of proposal (150 words)
  • Extended creative project/research proposal (1-3 pages)
  • Samples of past creative project/research samples related to proposal via URL or website (include link at the end of Summary)
  • CV/Resume
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George Washington University

George Washington University

Arts Fellowship
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Description

This fellowship has been established to provide a platform for a resident artist/scholar to work together with a small group of George Washington faculty (Incubator studio fellows) and students, as well as other members of the Washington, DC arts community. A primary goal of this fellowship is to foster an interdisciplinary approach to creative research and scholarship over an intensive six-month period, a physical and intellectual space for the development of meaningful artistic and scholarly linkages across the arts and other disciplines, both on and off campus. The final result of the collaboration between the resident artist/scholar fellow and the Incubator studio fellows may result in a single project in which all fellows contribute equally or independent projects that have been developed through an ongoing intellectual exchange.

Outcome

The fellow will not be assigned to teach any courses; instead, he/she will be expected to produce new work and/or scholarship, present at least one public lecture, regularly interact with graduate and undergraduate students, and fully participate in activities with GW faculty in the Incubator studio fellowship program.

Contact information
Addresses

Smith Hall of Art, Room 101,
801 22nd Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052
United States

Email
art [at] gwu.edu