GRANTS/FELLOWSHIPS and SCHOLARSHIPS 11/17/08

BIG BEAR FINE ART RETREAT

http://ospace.otis.edu/colette/Big_Bear_Fine_Art_Retreat

Must be a practicing fine artist, poet or art student. This
is not for a hobbyist. This retreat is ideal for the plein
air artist or a poet who needs a quiet, peaceful location to
work on a new or existing project. The house is located in a
unique mountain resort community located 100 miles northeast
of Los Angeles and surrounded by the San Bernardino National
Forest. The altitude ranges from 6,750 to 9,000 feet.

Open June-August 2009
$ 150 for 6 nights/7days or $ 200 for 13 nights/14 days.
Maximum stay of two weeks.

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ELSEWHERE RESIDENCIES

http://www.elsewhereelsewhere.org/residencies.html

Residents are encouraged to spend one month creating in the
space.  No proposals are requested.  Instead, we ask artists
to draw their ideas from the space itself, its resources, and
the multiplicity of systematic arrangements and performative
organizations that interweave resource, artwork, and
collaborative artistic response. Residents pay a $200 residency
fee. Residents are required to fund their own travel, although
Elsewhere, as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, can assist
artists with granting opportunities.  Collaborative or
collective groups are encouraged to apply.  Shorter residencies
and student-residencies are available. The application requires
a written portion including a written application, resume/CV,
digital work samples, and a phone interview.  In the writing
realm, seeking journalists and creative writers. Location
Greensboro, NC.

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NEW AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHTS PROJECT

http://www.bard.org/plays/nappsubmit.html

The Utah Shakespearean Festival’s New American Playwright’s
Project is devoted to discovering and encouraging American
playwrights, established and emerging, who write dramatic
works that explore our American experience, spirit, and
heritage, with special emphasis given to Western playwrights,
themes, and characters. The new scripts selected will be given
three rehearsed staged readings with the Festival professional
actors and directors before an audience, allowing feedback for
the playwright’s further development of the script. Deadline
December 1, 2008.

~ by jwoodall on November 17, 2008.

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