Deadline: 2 September, 2013
Open to: International artists working with glass
Fellowship: The fellowship provides $5,000 (AUD) towards travel and a residency (4 to 8 weeks) within the glass workshop at ANU
In 2014 the Stephen Procter Fellowship will be awarded to an International Artist. The Stephen Procter fellowship is a residency at The Australian National University School of Art Glass Workshop and $5000 towards travel. The Stephen Procter Fellowship is now open for proposals for 2014.
The Stephen Procter Fellowship was established in 2001 in memory of Stephen Procter, Head of the Glass Workshop at The Australian National University 1993–2000. The aim of the Fellowship is to assist Australian and international artists working in glass to work/study abroad. Travel and the experience of other cultures were very important to Stephen and this Fellowship is intended to be a significant and exciting link between glass communities around the world.
Each year the Fellowship provides $5,000 (AUD) towards travel and a residency (4 to 8 weeks) within the glass workshop at ANU to an artist working with glass. The fellowship aims to support artists with working or educational opportunities significant to their artistic practice. In 2014 this money will be made available for an International artist to travel to Australia and undertake a residency in the Glass Workshop of the Australian National University in Canberra.
International artists working with glass are eligible to apply for this fellowship. Please note that you should submit all required items online for your application to be eligible.
First, you should read the application outline and ensure that you are eligible for this year’s fellowship. Incomplete applications will not be assessed. For your application to be eligible, all applicants must submit the following items online:
Then, prepare a four page PDF document (your Aplication Document) that contains:
- Page 1: a current resume (Maximum 1 page)
- Page 2: an artist statement (Maximum 1 page)
- Page 3: a one-page proposal (or statement) explaining how the Fellowship will benefit your artistic development and what you intend to accomplish during the residency period. Please indicate the primary techniques you would employ during the Fellowship period. (Maximum 1 page)
- Page 4: A numbered list of images provided. Details should include title, date, medium/technique and be numbered in the order they appear in your PowerPoint.
- Maximum file size is 5MB
You should also submit:
- Prepared a PowerPoint Presentation of 10 digital images of your work. Include only 1 image per slide on a black background and do not include any text or labels. Images should be formatted as jpeg and kept to 1MB each. (Maximum upload size of .ppt and .pptx files is 15MB)
- Two referees and their contact information, including email addresses and phone numbers.
All applications should be submitted online via the Stephen Proctor Fellowship Online Application Form.
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For more information please visit the official website.