Foundation / Corporation
Fellowships to New York City female artists to produce and exhibit a project. Eligible applicants must be located in, or able to commute to, New York City. Fellows will receive professional development opportunities, mentorship, and will have opportunities to participate in exhibitions. Funding is intended to support underrepresented and emerging artists that are self-identified women or non-binary and that work in any media.
This program encourages artistic experimentation and rigor by providing a space where feminist historical precedence and intergenerational dialogue are at the forefront. Essential to this process is a series of professional development workshops, close collaboration with an A.I.R. artist-mentor, scheduled studio visits through the year—including one with the panelists—and participation in the Unforgettables Reading/Working Group.
GrantWatch ID#: 192236
- Free membership at the A.I.R. Gallery for one year
- A solo exhibition in the Fellowship Gallery fully supported by A.I.R.
- Professional development workshops led by a professional in the field
- Printing of exhibition announcement cards
- Participation in membership-based exhibitions
- Access to the gallery space, resources and career development assistance during program tenure
- One-on-one studio visit with one of the review panelists
- An artist-mentor at A.I.R. Gallery to work with throughout the program
- A stipend at the end of their participation in the program, pending available funding
Artists will be awarded a year-long fellowship.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://airgallery.submittable.com/submit/171983/fellowship-2021-2022
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Brooklyn, NY 11201
USA: New York City; New York
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