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Jewish Arts & Culture Lab Seeks 2017-2018 Fellows

Award: Fellowship

Development/Fabrication Allowance: $750 stipend

Deadline: 08/21/2017

Guidelines link: Click here for guidelines

Guidelines: JACLCall for Applications 1718.pdf 3.19 MB

Disciplines: Craft, Design, Not Discipline Specific, Media, Visual, Dance, Literary, Music, Theatre

Location: Local (Cleveland Area)

Organization: Jewish Arts & Culture Lab

The Jewish Arts & Culture Lab seeks applications for the 2017-2018 Fellowship.
Applicants may currently be working in any artistic media, including but not limited to visual arts, performing arts, media and writing.

There is no requirement that previous work have Jewish content, or that the applicant have a formal Jewish education or institutional affiliation. They are looking for a group of Artists who will explore a specific theme, Remembering & Forgetting, together then create works specific to the topic, culminating in a group Exhibition of the work.

Applications are due August 21, 2017 by 5pm.

Some applicants may be invited for an interview. Being invited for an interview does not guarantee that you will receive a fellowship. Interview days are August 27 & August 28.

Applicants will be notified by the middle of September, 2017.

The Fellowship will meet on Thursday evenings on the following dates: September 28, October 19, October 26, November 2, November 9, November 16, November 30, December 7, January 11, January 25, February 1, February 8, February 22, March 1, March 15, May 1, June 7.

Ability to attend the vast majority of the sessions is mandatory. Please review these dates in your calendar before applying to ensure you can commit to them.

The Artists will receive a $750 stipend for the Fellowship, along with educational and artistic support from the group. While each Fellow will create their own piece(s), peer review and the ability to learn from each other is a core part of this experience. The Fellowship will culminate in an exhibition of the completed work of all ten Fellows, along with community wide programming.