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Current work is requested.  An applicant's work sample is the most significant feature of his or her application. Unless work is interdisciplinary, each applicant is encouraged to apply in a primary discipline and submit a work sample and project description which emphasizes this single discipline. Competition for residencies varies seasonally and with the number of applications. While only one Fellowship winner will be selected, all applicants will have the option of being considered for a regular Ucross residency.

ELIGIBILITY: Residencies are open to Native American visual artists who meet the following criteria:
* be a practicing contemporary visual artist currently producing works of art in all visual mediums including: PAINTING, DRAWING, MIXED MEDIA, SCULPTURE, PRINTMAKING, PHOTOGRAPHY, VIDEO, ANIMATION, PERFORMANCE ART, INSTALLATION and CERAMICS.
* an enrolled member of a state-recognized or federally-recognized Tribe, Pueblo, Nation, Native Community, Political Entity or Alaskan Native Village.


VISUAL ART WORK SAMPLE: Submit 10-15 IMAGES (in JPEG format, NO PDF'S for work sample) and a DATA SHEET that corresponds to your images which includes title, medium, size and year of completion.

FILM/VIDEO/ANIMATION/PERFORMANCE ART WORK SAMPLE: Submit up to 3 video files, each less than 8 minutes in length and smaller than 200 MB in size, or provide up to 3 VIMEO or YOU TUBE URL links.

THERE IS NO APPLICATION FEE FOR 2020 UCROSS FELLOWSHIP FOR NATIVE AMERICAN VISUAL ARTISTS.


 

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