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CINTAS Knight Foundation Fellowship in Visual Art

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  • Visual Arts may include painting, sculpture, installation art, photography, video, and the media arts. Media arts encompasses narrative, non-narrative, documentary, animation, or experimental time-based works using audio, digital, film and/or video media; also included is computer art in which the computer is an essential element of the work's creation, presentation or understanding.

    Eligibility: Creative artists, living outside of Cuba, of Cuban citizenship or direct lineage (having a Cuban parent or grandparent).

    Artists may submit a maximum of 10 digital images. The panel will not consider work samples that exceed the maximum. Images submitted without a detailed image list will not be considered. Installation work may be accompanied by a DVD.

    Accepted visual arts categories include:
    -Sculpture and installation art
    -Photography
    -Film
    -Media arts

    Prepare two narrative statements: the artist's statement describes your personal history, your development as an artist, and your plans for the future. The Project Statement describes the project or activity that you would undertake if awarded a Cintas Fellowship. Please include a timeline for the project, and identify other sources, where appropriate, of funding for the project. Also, please provide two letters of recommendation with the application. Letters may be submitted separately, if necessary, but must be received by the application deadline. Each letter of recommendation must be submitted in a sealed envelope, with the recommender's signature across the seal. Letters of recommendation must be written in English or Spanish.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Eliza Gonzalez
  • 600 Biscayne Blvd
  • Miami, FL 33132
  • egonza10@mdc.edu
  • 305-237-7741

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