Arts Practitioner Fellowship - 2022 Application Now Open

The Mellon Arts Practitioner Fellowship at CCSRE supports artists, media makers, journalists, and arts practitioners whose work focuses on race and/or ethnicity. The program is part of the Centering Race Consortium, a multi-university collaboration funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Fellows have opportunities to engage with both the Stanford community and other artists and collaborators in the Consortium.

How to Apply

2022 CCSRE MELLON ARTS PRACTITIONER FELLOWSHIP

Call for Applications

The Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity at Stanford University invites artists and arts practitioners who live and work in the San Francisco Bay Area to apply to be a 2022 Mellon Arts Practitioner Fellow. Eligible candidates include visual and performing artists, media makers, musicians, writers, curators, and art educators whose work focuses on race and/or ethnicity.

The Arts Practitioner Fellowship Program is part of the Centering Race Consortium, a multi-university collaboration funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Fellows will have opportunities to engage with both the Stanford community and other artists and collaborators in the Consortium.

Fellowship Details

  • Fellows receive
    • a $20,000 stipend for a 12-month fellowship from January 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022;
    • a community of fellow artists, scholars, and practitioners;
    • opportunities to participate in CCSRE programming over the course of the fellowship period.
  • Fellows will be required to be on campus for a two-day orientation on January 19-20, 2022 and commit to regular monthly meetings on campus.
  • Two fellowships will be awarded for 2022.

Deadline: November 29, 2021    APPLY HERE

Meet the People

Latipa
2021 Mellon Arts Practitioner Fellow
Sandra de la Loza
2021 Mellon Arts Practitioner Fellow
Perlita Dicochea
Communications/Events Associate & Program Coordinator
Department of Art & Art History
Paula Moya
Danily C. and Laura Louise Bell Professor of the Humanities | Professor of English and, by courtesy, of Iberian and Latin American Cultures
Daniel Murray
Executive Director
Cai Thomas
2021 Mellon Arts Practitioner Fellow
Mary Valverde
2021 Mellon Arts Practitioner Fellow