Wachtmeister Award

Website: https://www.vcca.com/apply/fully-funded-fellowships/wachtmeister-award/

VCCA is offering a fully-funded fellowship for established visual artists who have not had a previous residency at VCCA. One recipient will be awarded a $1,000 honorarium and a fully-funded residency of up to 30 days (between July 2021 and January 2023) at VCCA’s Mt. San Angelo in Amherst, Virginia, with travel expenses reimbursed up to $750. A VCCA residency includes an individual studio, a private bedroom, and meals in a community of over 20 professional writers, visual artists, and composers.The 2021 award will be given to a visual artist working in any discipline or in a cross-disciplinary way.

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Expires: September 15, 2020


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