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Fellowship in Architecture & Design

$20,000USD

                 5/1/23 DLD

Fellowship in Architecture & Design

Funder

Cintas Foundation

Funder Type

Private Foundation or Non-Profit

Amount

Upper:  $30,000USD

NOTICE TO APPLICANTS: The award ($20,000 US) is considered taxable income under US tax law and the Foundation will withhold appropriate US taxes. Fellows who are not U.S. citizens and who are living abroad must provide a U.S. taxpayer identification number when they accept the fellowship to receive payment.

Applicant Type

Individuals: Early Career and Emerging in Field

Individuals: Mid-Career to Established in Field 

Minority only

Applicant/Institution Location

Unrestricted

Citizenship

Unrestricted

Activity Location

United States

Abstract

Candidates in the fields of architectural design, interior design, urban design and urban planning may submit applications for the fellowship.

Since 1963, the CINTAS Foundation has awarded over 21 fellowships in architecture. In addition to supporting Cuban artists, many early in their careers, the CINTAS Foundation also maintains a growing collection of works by past awardees and other esteemed Cuban artists. For the purpose of historical value and documentation, architectural award recipients are encouraged to submit architectural drawings (i.e., representative samples of their work) to be added to the CINTAS Fellows Collection after the grant period.

Eligibility

Creative artists of Cuban citizenship or direct lineage (having a Cuban parent or grandparent). Applicants engaged in research, students, or performing artists are not eligible to apply for CINTAS Fellowships. CINTAS Fellowships can only be awarded a maximum of 2 times to an individual.

http://cintasfoundation.org/fellowships/architecture-and-design-fellowship

Roman J. Witt Residency Program

$30,000USD

                 2/20/23 DLD

Roman J. Witt Residency Program

Funder

Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design
University of Michigan

Funder Type

Academic Institution

Amount

Upper:  $30,000USD

Witt Residents receive an honorarium of $20,000 for up to twelve weeks in residence served over an academic year. In addition to the honorarium, residents will be provided with housing, studio space, and up to $10,000 funding support for project materials, installation, and de-installation. The School encourages applications from individuals as well as from creative teams however, please be advised that the resources listed above are finite, including the travel budget. If teams apply the expectation is that the award will be shared between its members.

Applicant Type

Individuals: Early Career and Emerging in Field

Individuals: Mid-Career to Established in Field

Applicant/Institution Location

Unrestricted

Citizenship

Unrestricted

Activity Location

Michigan

Abstract

The mission of the Roman J. Witt Residency Program is to support the production of new work at the University of Michigan. The program awards one residency per academic year for a visiting artist/designer to create work in collaboration with students and faculty.

The residency is expected to culminate in the realization of the proposed work, as well as its presentation. The cumulative exhibition will open in early April 2021 and will occupy the IH gallery - with possibilities for additional programming to extend beyond the gallery space. Plans should show consistency conceptually regarding the inherent overall structure of the project, have a strong visual impact and potential for engagement. This, along with the proposed work, will strongly determine selection of the artist/designer.

It is expected that a significant portion of time during the residency will be spent in direct interaction with students. Ideas for student interactions include but are not limited to: allowing students to work with the artist/designer; be in dialogue with the artist/designer; provide critiques on student work; engage in student-led interviews; or allowing for student observation of artist/designer's process. Creative methods of engagement to animate the gallery space as a focal point of campus activity are highly encouraged.

The 2020-2021 resident will conduct planning sessions remotely during the fall 2020 academic semester; they will be on-site in Ann Arbor during the winter 2021 academic semester, with student participation unfolding January 6-April 20, 2021, with the exhibition opening in early April 2021. Curatorial and installation support will also be provided. De-installation is the responsibility of the artist/designer: the work created is the property of the artist.

Eligibility

The Witt Residency is open to both established and emerging artists/designers. The Witt residency provides students an alternative learning opportunity to engage with practicing artists/designers who can make use of resources across campus, therefore the ideal candidate must value collaboration, have good social and communication skills and be interested in generating creative partnerships across disciplines. It is the goal of the Witt Residency to foster an atmosphere of inventive creative activity that extends throughout the University community.

http://stamps.umich.edu/witt/application

Blaustein Center for Scientific Cooperation postdoctoral fellowship

Upper:  $54,000USD 

Lower:  $25,000USD 

              3/3/23 - DLD


Blaustein Center for Scientific Cooperation postdoctoral fellowship

Funder

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Funder Type

Academic Institution

Amount

Upper:  $54,000USD Lower:  $25,000USD

Applicant Type

Individuals: Early Career and Emerging in Field

Applicant/Institution Location

Unrestricted

Citizenship

Unrestricted

Activity Location

Israel

Abstract

The Ben Gurion University of the Negev's Jacob Blaustein Center for Scientific Cooperation invites applications for its postdoctoral fellowship. This supports postdoctoral research at the Jacob Blaustein Institute for Desert Research on topics related to drylands, including desert ecology, solar energy, environmental physics, architecture and urban planning, rainfed and irrigated agriculture, hydrology, aquaculture, environmental microbiology, desalination and water treatment and biotechnology.

Scientists throughout the world who have received their PhD within the last five years may apply. Those who received their PhD at BGU are ineligible.

The fellowship is worth approximately USD 25,000 for a duration of one year with a possibility to renew for second year. Exceptional candidates may be awarded a fellowship worth approximately USD 27,000 including a return air ticket and housing.


http://in.bgu.ac.il/en/bidr/BCSC/Pages/fellowships.aspx

Walking as a mode of transport programme - exploratory research projects

Upper:  500,000 krSEK (~$47,795.48USD)

              9/15/23 - DLD


Walking as a mode of transport programme - exploratory research projects

Funder

Volvo Research and Educational Foundations

Funder Type

Commercial or Private Sector

Amount

Upper:  500,000 krSEK (~$47795.48)

Applicant Type

Individuals: Early Career and Emerging in Field
Individuals: Mid-Career to Established in Field

Applicant/Institution Location

Unrestricted

Citizenship

Unrestricted

Activity Location

Unrestricted

Abstract

The Volvo Research and Educational Foundations invites applications for its walking as a mode of transport programme - exploratory research projects call. This supports small, cross-disciplinary research projects within the four core themes of the programme. The core themes are:
•conceptualising and critically appraising walking as a mode of transport;
•walking as transport in every day urban life, equality issues;
•governance, policy and urban planning for walking as a mode of transport;
•services, tools and business modes to facilitate walking as a mode of transport.

The call is directed at exploratory, comparative research on issues that are relevant to the themes and may entail the exchange of empirical work, methodologies, analytical tools, data collection, policy experiences or research results from work on walking as a mode of transport in specific urban contexts. Projects must include comparative work from urban areas in at least two different countries. Projects that encompass comparative work, approaches and perspectives from different urban contexts and regions, such as comparative analysis of relevant dimensions of walking in specific areas in the Global North and the Global South are encouraged.

The project leader must be based in an university or a research institute of academic standing. Projects that engage young scholars as members of the research team, that reflect gender balance in the work of the research team, and teams that consist of researchers from at least two different universities or research institutes are particularly welcome. Oother partners, such as cities, organisations from civil society or NGOs may also be included.

The total budget is SEK 4 million. Up to eight grants, each worth SEK 500,000, are available lasting over 12 months. Grants are intended to support the project fully or partly, depending on the total volume of the project and the possibilities for co-funding. Grants may cover costs for salaries, travel, equipment, possible workshops or project meetings and other costs directly linked to project implementation.


https://www.vref.se/walkingasamodeoftransport.4.686445b41817ff180ea1f7.html

Jorge and Darlene Pérez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design

$30,000USD

                    3/4/23 DLD

Jorge and Darlene Pérez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design

Funder

Americans for the Arts

Amount

$30,000USD

The selected individual will:

  • Receive $30,000 for which these funds can be used to support project work, research and development, professional development, or any other expenses that enhance the individual’s ability to continue doing creative work to transform the processes and projects that make up the built environment.
  • One year of Americans for the Arts Individual Professional membership.
  • Required participation in the 2022 Americans for the Arts Annual Convention which will coincide with the public announcement of the award. The recipient will be required to attend the 2022 Annual Convention currently scheduled to be in-person in Washington, D.C. between May 18th – May 20th. Dates and in-person requirement are subject to change. If in-person is required, travel expenses related to the convention will be separately covered by Americans for the Arts.
  • National opportunities for the recipient to share knowledge, perspective, and experience with Americans for the Arts and its national stakeholders. The activities estimate to take 5-7 days over the 12-month period of the prize timeframe. The timeframe for the prize is generally from May to April. The opportunities will focus on dialogue about their work, goals, interests, and/or for mutual learning. These opportunities may include but are not limited to:
  1. Presentations at conferences, training events, and other gatherings intended to enhance understanding among and influence stakeholders in arts and other sectors regarding how artists contribute to community health, vitality, and change.
  2. Blogs, an article or essay, or other documentation of work supported by the Prize.
These activities are anticipated to take approximately 5-7 days of the recipients’ time from May 2022 through April 2023. The recipient’s travel expenses related to these activities will be separately covered by Americans for the Arts.

Applicant Type

Individuals: Mid-Career to Established in Field

Applicant/Institution Location

United States

Citizenship

United States

Activity Location

United States

Abstract

The Pérez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design aims to celebrate and highlight the work of the individuals who support, develop, and manage the incorporation of art into the designing and building of places across the United States. The Pérez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design's goal is to celebrate one unique person at the mid-career level for their locally implemented contributions that support community development through the integration of art into the built environment.

Eligibility

Eligibility criteria includes:

  • The applicant has a track record of 10 or more years of consistent work at the intersection of public art and civic design.
  • The applicant is actively doing creative work relevant to the intent of the Pérez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design.
  • The applicant has a background in arts-based work that is community-driven and community centered.
  • The 2022 Pérez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design is intended to support an individual. The individual may lead or be part of a company or organization, but the recipient is the individual, and the recognition is for the achievement and contributions of that individual.
  • The applicant is a U.S. citizen or resident. Only finalists will be required to provide proof of citizenship or residency.
  • Valid forms of proof of U.S. citizenship include passport, birth certificate, marriage certificate, or divorce decree.
  • Valid forms of proof for residency include rental or lease agreements with the signature of the owner/landlord and the tenant/resident, deeds or titles to residential real estate property, mortgage bills, home utility bills (including cellular phone), and medical or employee documents.
  • The applicant is at least 30 years old.
  • The applicant is available to work with Americans for the Arts starting in May 2022 through April 2023, and is available for the 2022 Americans for the Arts Annual Convention. This may be a virtual or in-person event to be determined at a later date.
Those ineligible to apply include:
  • Current Americans for the Arts staff, board members, advisory council members, and committee members;
  • Individuals enrolled in undergraduate or graduate degree programs; and
  • Pérez Prize jury selection panelists and recipients of Americans for the Arts Public Art Awards from the past three years.



https://americansforthearts.submittable.com/submit/185869/2021-jorge-and-darlene-perez-prize-in-public-art-civic-design

Artist Fellowships

$20,000USD

                9/12/23 -  DLD

Artist Fellowships

Funder

St. Louis Regional Arts Commission (RAC)

Funder Type

Private Foundation or Non-Profit

Amount

$20,000USD

The fellowship award is $20,000 each to ten St. Louis artists.

Applicant Type

Individuals: Early Career and Emerging in Field

Individuals: Mid-Career to Established in Field

Applicant/Institution Location

United States

Citizenship

United States

Activity Location

Missouri

Abstract

The Regional Arts Commission's (RAC) Artist Fellowship serves to foster and invest in the careers of St. Louis artists of all disciplines by providing funds to allow for more time and space to study, reflect, experiment, explore, practice, and create and to lead in efforts to transform St. Louis into a more vibrant, creative, and economically thriving community through elevating the vitality, value, and visibility of the arts. The goal is to advance the individual artist's creative journey. This annual Artist Fellowship recognizes artistic excellence and honors the work of seasoned artists, advances the work of mid-career artists, and nurtures the work of developing artists.

Eligibility

An individual artist in any discipline and at any stage of career development -- emerging, mid-career, and established -- is eligible to apply for an Artist Fellowship, provided that the artist:
- Is 25 years or older

https://racstl.org/grants/2020-artist-fellows/









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