Stanford University Arts Research Fellowships

Website: http://arts.stanford.edu/arts-institute/creative-cities/opportunities-and-application/

The Stanford Arts Institute, invites applications for one-year visiting fellowships. Fellows are expected to conduct interdisciplinary research on the theme “Creative Cities.” Each Fellow will be affiliated with the Stanford Arts Institute, as well as with a relevant department or program at Stanford. This fellowship seeks candidates with a strong record of scholarly research and/or creative work on the intersection of art and urban centers. Fellowships are for one full academic year. Candidates will normally have an MFA or interdisciplinary PhD in the arts. Independent artists and scholars must demonstrate artistic or scholarly achievement equivalent to a relevant terminal degree. Fellows will be expected to teach one undergraduate course and contribute to University-wide working groups, seminars, and public discussions. Fellows will also have the opportunity to present their work in events open to the public. There are no citizenship requirements for these fellowships; non-U.S. nationals are welcome to apply. Fellows will be awarded a stipend of $60,000.

Expires: January 10, 2017


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