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Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute Artists in Residence (at Pratt)
The Munson-Williams- Proctor Arts Institute Artists in Residence program (AIR) is an education based residency which allows two emerging artists from different disciplines to live and work on the MWPAI and PrattMWP College of Art & Design campus in Utica, NY for one academic year.

The AIR program is designed for emerging artists or recent visual arts MFA graduates interested in art education on both a community and college level while receiving support to develop a vibrant, self-directed studio practice. Artists receive financial support, housing, meals, studio, and two-person exhibition in the museum's PrattMWP Gallery.
MFA  Graduate  alumni  Education  community  Teaching  residencies 
february 2019 by risdgrants
Steel Yard Fellowship and Workshare
The Steel Yard's Fellowship positions are designed to support the creative practice of mid-career artists by providing full studio access in exchange for a leadership position in the Residency Program. Fellows are cultural touchstones, and work closely with other residents, Steel Yard staff, and community members.

Fellows should show a dedication towards personal artistic growth and strive to generate a body of work during their term, and are encouraged to contribute towards the Steel Yard's educational opportunities through paid teaching opportunities during at least one of the three annual community course seasons.

Fellowship recipients should expect to work an average of 10 hours a week; occasionally more or less. Monthly hours not to exceed 45. Fellows will receive a monthly stipend of $200, waived residency fees, unrestricted access to the studio and equipment in the department which they work, and standard personal storage. Fellowships are granted for one year, with the option to renegotiate this contract for a second year. For the sustainability and health of the department, Fellowship positions may not exceed two years.
Fellowship  StudioSpace  MidCareerArtists  Leadership  Teaching 
january 2017 by risdgrants
Arnold W. Brunner Grant
Single award of up to $15,000 for the advanced study in any area of architectural investigation that will effectively contribute to the knowledge, teaching or practice of the art and science of architecture. The proposed investigation is to result in a final written work, design project, research paper, or other form of presentation.

Applicants must be a U.S. citizen engaged in the profession of architecture or a related field and have received their first professional degree at least five years prior to the date of application.
architecture  alumni  grant  Teaching  practice  STEAM  research 
january 2017 by risdgrants
RISD Museum Spalter Teaching Fellowship
The Spalter Teaching Fellowship is open to RISD and Brown graduate and undergraduate students from all disciplinary backgrounds. Spalter Teaching Fellows are trained as RISD Museum educators and are responsible for teaching children and youth ages 5 to 18. Through mentorship and professional-development support, they will develop the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to make important contributions to the museum field.

The RISD Museum is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community where people from all backgrounds can learn and create. With the goal of increasing the diversity of the museum profession, we are creating a climate that recognizes and values diversity as central to excellence. Cultural competence, collaborations with diverse communities, or other areas of experience or expertise that support these goals are preferred. Applicants should demonstrate a strong desire to foster object-based learning in a museum context; excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills; and the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively. Primarily leading guided visits with school-aged students, fellows will support learning from original works of art and the development critical thinking, problem solving, and creative interpretation.

Spalter Teaching Fellows receive $5000 per academic year and must commit to a two-year fellowship. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are necessary, and a familiarity with visual art is preferred; foreign language skills are highly desirable.
Teaching  fellowship  museum 
may 2016 by risdgrants
Artist in Residence Program | Boston Children's Museum
Current, Boston Children’s Museum’s inaugural artist-in-residence program is inspired by the teaching and learning theories of contemporary artists and arts educators. Each year, an artist will be invited into the Museum to enact for children, families and colleagues, their unique understandings of what it means to teach and learn with art. For 3-4 weeks our featured artist is invited to create work live in a studio space in the Museum in preparation for a site-specific installation and related programming in the Museum Gallery over the course of a two month exhibition.
Science  Teaching  Learning  museum  AllDisciplines  InstallationArt  residencies  Boston  MA 
december 2015 by risdgrants
Williams College The Arthur Levitt Jr. Artist-in-Residence
The Arthur Levitt Jr. ’52 Artist-in-Residence will be an emerging artist, near the beginningof his/her career, recruited each year to the College with an aim toward stimulating new perspectives and cooperative endeavors among the studio arts, music, theatre, dance, and creative writing. He or she will be someone of rising prominence in the arts whose work reflects the approaches of two or more of the arts departments. The appointment will involve a mixture of teaching, projects involving faculty and students, and public exhibition or performance.
residencies  MA  Teaching  AllDisciplines  Fellowship 
november 2014 by risdgrants
Virginia Commonwealth University / Fountain Fellowship
VCUarts Department of Craft and Material Studies is seeking two qualified applicants for its Fountainhead Fellowship. The fellowship provides an opportunity for the strongest recent national MFA graduates to continue their studio practice in Richmond, Virginia. The recipients will gain valuable teaching experience and participate in a vital, progressive community of artists at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Artists working predominantly in one or more of the following media areas: ceramics, glass, fiber, metal or wood, in new and innovative ways. Artists possessing a strong foundation and understanding of their chosen material. All MFA students who have graduated within the last 5 years in the US are invited to apply (VCU MFA graduates are not eligible to apply).
MFA  Graduates  Teaching  VA  stipend  Craft  and  Materials  Study  fellowship 
january 2013 by risdgrants
Clay Art Center Artist-in-Residence Program
Clay Art Center Artist-in-Residence Program is a year long and commences in September and is uniquely designed for emerging artists who need time and space to develop their voice. They gain invaluable experience teaching classes and contribute their technical knowledge and expertise by managing many jobs at the studio. CAC provides a supportive ceramic community, while appreciating the need for privacy and independent work.

CAC artists share technical information as well as routine studio chores, and any CAC resident will benefit from this co-operative experience. We offer adult and children's classes in wheel throwing, hand-building, and sculpture, and there are always excellent opportunities for teaching.
teaching  StudioSpace  stipend  EmergingArtist  Clay  Ceramics  NY  residencies 
january 2013 by risdgrants
Gaius Charles Bolin Dissertation and Post-MFA Fellowships
The Bolin Fellowships are two-year residencies at Williams, and up to three scholars or artists are appointed each year. Fellows devote the bulk of the first year to the completion of dissertation work—or in the case of MFA applicants, building their professional portfolios—while also teaching one course as a faculty member in one of the College’s academic departments or programs. The second year of residency (ideally with degree in hand) is spent on academic career development while again teaching just one course.

The Bolin Fellowships are awarded to applicants from underrepresented groups, including ethnic minorities, those who are first-generation college graduates, women in predominately male fields, or disabled scholars.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents who intend to pursue a professorial career in the U.S. The annual stipend for the position is $36,000. The College will also provide health and dental benefits, relocation, housing assistance.
scholarships  women  ethinic  minorities  underrepresented  groups  career  development  residencies  teaching  Williams  College  MA  Fellowship 
december 2012 by risdgrants
Unsung Heroes Education Award | ING Financial Services
Grants are given to K-12 educators utilizing new teaching methods and techniques that improve learning. Each year, educators submit applications for an ING Unsung Heroes grant by describing projects they have initiated or would like to pursue. Each project is judged on its: Innovative method, Creativity, Ability to positively influence the students.

Each year, 100 finalists are selected to receive a $2,000 grant, payable to both the winning teacher and his or her school. Of the 100 finalists, three are selected for additional financial awards: $25,000 for first place; $10,000 for second place; and $5,000 for third place.
Teaching  education  Grants 
december 2012 by risdgrants
Art-in-Education Artists Roster - Illinois Arts Council
The Arts-in-Education (AIE) Artists Roster is a resource for organizations to find professional teaching artists for hands-on learning experiences.

Interested artists apply for inclusion in the roster and are juried by a statewide panel of professionals on the basis of the quality of their work, their record of professional achievement, and their skills and experience as educators.

The AIE Artists Roster includes individual artists in all disciplines as well as performing arts companies.
teaching  AllDisciplines  IL  Education  residencies 
december 2012 by risdgrants
STARS Residencies / Massachusetts Cultural Council
STARS Residencies (Students and Teachers Working with Artists, Scientists, and Scholars) provide grants of $500-$5,000 to schools to support creative learning residencies of three days or more in the arts, sciences, and humanities.

STARS Residencies recognize the vital role that creative learning in the arts, sciences, and humanities plays in the successful education of young people.

Education in the arts, sciences, and humanities also develops important 21st Century skills – skills in creativity and innovation, critical thinking and problem solving, communication and presentation, collaboration and teamwork, and cultural awareness.
21st  Century  Skills  Humanities  Science  art  grants  Teaching  Education  MA  residencies 
december 2012 by risdgrants
Teacher Grants Guidelines & Suggestions - Kids In Need Foundation
The purpose of the grants is to provide funds for classroom teachers who have innovative, meritorious ideas. Your project may qualify for funding if it makes creative use of common teaching aids, approaches the curriculum from an imaginative angle, or ties nontraditional concepts together for the purpose of illustrating commonalities. Innovation and merit account for 40% of the evaluation.

The applicant must be a K-12 certified teacher working at a public, private, charter, or parochial school in the subject of the project. Kids In Need does not fund pre-school projects. The program is designed to be the sole funding agent for your project. Grant amounts will be between $100 and $500
Teaching  materials  projects  grants 
december 2012 by risdgrants
The NEA Foundation // Grantee Resources
The NEA Foundation supports a variety of efforts by teachers, education support professionals, and higher education faculty and staff to improve student learning in the nation's public schools, colleges, and universities.

The NEA Foundation takes pride in the number of high-quality Learning & Leadership and Student Achievement grant proposals it receives. Since we unfortunately cannot fund all of these worthy proposals, we encourage applicants to consider multiple sources of funding when completing a grant application. On this site you will also find a few select resources for educators searching for additional grant opportunities.
Learning  Leadership  Teaching  Education  grants 
december 2012 by risdgrants
MATCH Charter Public High School
-Match Corps - a one-year Urban Education fellowship program in which college graduates across the country commit to one year of public service as teachers in Boston
Boston  MA  Education  Fellowship  teaching 
august 2011 by risdgrants
Sitka Center for Art and Ecology
-- The Sitka Center offers workshops, residencies and community events, while maintaining a facility appropriate to its needs in harmony with its inspirational coastal environment near Cascade Head and the Salmon River estuary.
Residencies  AllDisciplines  EmergingArtist  OR  Workshops  Community  FineArts  music  teaching  exhibition  writing  Printmaking  Sculpture  Ceramics  FurnitureDesign 
april 2011 by risdgrants
Worcester Center for Crafts
-- The Resident Artist program of the Worcester Center for Crafts is a one to two year appointment designed to meet the needs of pre-professional craft artists by providing studio space, facilities, and guidance, within a supportive studio community. Residencies are offered in Clay, Glass, and Metal studios. Resident Artists contribute through the focused pursuit of their creative work, teaching, and studio support roles, while acting as mentors and actively participating in the diverse studio communities that make up the Craft Center.

--Application Deadline is June 1st
Craft  Sculpture  ArtsEducation  Business  Residencies  Community  Ceramics  Glass  MA  jewelry  teaching  exhibition 
october 2010 by risdgrants

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