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APPLICATIONS LIVE! 2021 FRANCONIA FELLOWSHIP

    Organization
    FRANCONIA SCULPTURE PARK · Shafer · MN

    Region
    International

    Categories
    Fellowships, Grants, Residencies

    Deadline
    Sunday, November 15, 2020 · 17 days left

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    Show Address
    29836 St Croix Trail N, Shafer, MN 55074

    Description

    Entry Fee: $25; Alumni $15

    Eligibility: International

    Categories: sculpture, land art, ceramics, contemporary craft, experimental sound/music, socially engaged art, multidisciplinary art, installation, and/or performance.

    Location: Shafer, Minnesota 

    When: April 7 – June 4, 2021; June 16 – Aug 20, 2021; Sept 8 – Nov 20, 2021

    Total Fellows Accepted: 8 - 10



    FELLOWSHIP RESIDENCY

    Fellows receive a $5000 stipend towards the creation and presentation of their work in the rotating outdoor exhibition at Franconia Sculpture Park for up to two years. The Franconia Fellowship Residency supports emerging, mid-career, and established artists, and is open to local, national, and internationally based artists. We provide time, space, and resources for artists towards the development, production, and installation of their work. Fellows receive valuable professional development opportunities such as access to visiting curators; studio visits, field trips; public talks; workshops; receive production support from site managers upon request and pending availability; and the potential to revisit Franconia as an alumni member. Fellows choose to stay between three weeks and three months, dependent on approval. More about the Fellowship application at franconia.org/fellowship-application/ 


    Franconia’s 2021 theme is Authority, Visibility, and Public Space. Priority will be given to applicants who are encouraged to interpret this theme with regard to their project proposals.


    ABOUT FRANCONIA

    Located 45 miles from Minneapolis/St. Paul in the scenic St. Croix River Valley, the traditional lands of the Wahpekute people, Franconia Sculpture Park (FSP) operates a 43-acre outdoor museum, an artist-in-residence work-exchange program, robust public programming, and expansive educational initiatives.


    PANELISTS

    Asuka Hisa (Los Angeles) director of education and engagement, Institute for Contemporary Art Los Angeles; Alex Priest (Chicago) independent curator; Risa Puleo (Chicago) curator and Ph.D. candidate, Northwestern University; Joan Vordebruggen (Minneapolis) director of Hennepin Theatre District Engagement for Hennepin Theatre Trust.




    Posted
    September 4, 2020

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