Artist Development Fellowship Program Information Session [Office for the Arts Event]

Date: 

Tuesday, December 14, 2021, 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Location: 

Virtual

To join the Zoom infosession: https:/harvard.zoom.us/j/99915301275?pwd=NnFoRHNocWY1dmtqeldkVEsxZ21UUT09

The Office for the Arts awards 10-15 artist development fellowships  (ADF) annually to promising and/or accomplished student artists and creators who have an unusual opportunity for artistic growth and transformation. Fellowship applications are evaluated by the Council on the Arts,, a standing committee of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. This program supports projects across all arts disciplines, and their range is as varied as the student artists. Successful proposals might afford the student artist an opportunity to apprentice to a great artist or artistic company, to research and develop an unusually innovative idea, to finish a body of work, or to live and work in an environment that will feed the applicant’s creative development. Fellowships are open to sophomores and juniors currently enrolled in Harvard College. Applicants must undertake projects that will be completed prior to graduation. Fellowships are not awarded to first-year students or seniors except in extraordinary circumstances. 2021-2022 Academic Year Deadline:  Thursday, February 3, 2022 12 noon.

The Information session will provide insight into the program and the application process. Questions about the information session and/or the Fellowship program can be directed to Student Services Coordinator, Stephanie Troisi (troisi@fas.harvard.edu).