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Irving

11-10-2019

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Novinski Artist/Scholar-in-Residence, University of Dallas, Department of Art

The Novinski Artist/Scholar-in-Residence program facilitates the exchange of ideas between a visiting artist/scholar (or creative/research team) and the students and faculty at the university through research projects, lectures, exhibitions, critiques, courses, and other programming. The aim is to infuse the art program with new and innovative creative and intellectual perspectives that supplement current expertise and offerings. The residency program provides…

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Point Reyes Station

11-06-2019

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Mesa Refuge Residencies

The Mesa Refuge has supported more than 800 writers and other creatives, mostly focused on “ideas at the edge” of nature, human economy and social equity. Our alums include established thought leaders like Michael Pollan, Terry Tempest Williams, Anna and Frances Moore Lappé, Krista Tippett, Natalie Goldberg, Raj Patel, Lewis Hyde, Rebecca Solnit and Van Jones—along with many emerging and…

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Houston

10-30-2019

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Menil Drawing Institute Scholars Program

Eligibility Applications are welcome from American and international researchers who work in fields pertaining to modern and contemporary drawing practices. Applicants must have completed a master’s degree and completed their graduate coursework and passed any required pre-doctoral exams (“orals”) before the term of the fellowship begins. Applicants with approved dissertation topics are preferred. Terms of Appointment The Menil Drawing Institute…

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New York

10-23-2019

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The Center for Book Arts Research Fellowship 2020

Researchers and scholars in art history, literature, book history, library science, or museum studies are invited to submit research proposals drawing upon the Center’s unique collections of materials related to book art. The Center’s Permanent Collection consists of three parts: 1) a Fine Arts Collection of artists’ books, prints, and objects; 2) a Reference Library focused on the practice, theory,…

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