The Center for Art and Social Engagement (CASE) and Project Row Houses (PRH) have created a fellowship program that invites artists and cultural practitioners to Houston’s Third Ward to work alongside urban planners, educators and policy makers. The fellows will engage in creative collaborations that involve the Third Ward community and address issues important to them. Two fellows will be selected.
FELLOWSHIP AMOUNT: $15,000 plus $5,000 project/research funding, free housing at PRH, and up to $3,500 local travel support
ELIGIBILITY: (none indicated)
DEADLINE: October 25, 2019 11:59 p.m. Central Time (notification in early December for a timeline of the Fellow’s choosing)
About the Fellowship
Fellows will have a year-long mentorship with Ryan N. Dennis, PRH’s Curator and Programs Director and Sixto Wagan, director of CASE in the Kathrine G. McGovern College of the Arts at University of Houston. Engagements with PRH co-founders and other local leaders will be an ongoing part of the process. Local artists, faculty members, community members and selected leaders will offer their support during this process. The Fellows will present to the public their research–to-date at the end of their fellowship.
Benefits of the program include a community Brain Trust of local artists, community members, and faculty to advise and ground the project in a local discourse. In return, the fellows are asked to engage our communities – Third Ward, university, artistic, and myriad other – in a process that involves:
What to Submit
How to Submit
Apply online via Submittable at https://centerforartsocialengagement.submittable.com/submit
QUESTIONS? Contact Sixto Wagan, email@example.com; 713.743.4281
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