KIE announces Kenan Graduate Arts Fellowship
The Institute will begin offering a new fellowship for graduate students entering the second year of study with the MFAEDA program. Beginning in the 2013-2014 academic year, the fellow will engage throughout the year with KIE faculty, fellows, students and staff to strengthen programming and explore the way in which the visual arts creates an ethical dialogue. The fellowship will include curating an exhibit and opening event for the fall, engaging directly with undergraduate students, and acting as a jury member for Team Kenan’s annual What is Good Art? competition in the spring.
The fellowship will allow freedom to pursue the student’s interests and deepen his/her own work in addition to broadening KIE’s relationship with the visual arts. The chosen fellow will receive a $5,000 yearly stipend and access to additional resources. For further information and application instructions, visit the Graduate Awards page.
All applications must be received by 5pm on June 30th, 2013.