COMMUNITY ARTS FELLOWSHIP
Administered by the Institute for Diversity in the Arts + The Haas Center for Public Service with generous support from the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
These summer fellowships provide research and internship opportunities for students to work with recognized community-based, non-profit arts organizations over the summer in the areas of curating, presenting, and arts education. Through fieldwork and direct experience, students gain first-hand knowledge on the topics of their academic research or creative projects. Students from any major are eligible. You can choose to work anywhere in the world! Fellows co-design their program with IDA staff, community organizations, and faculty mentors. This Fellowship is offered in partnership with the Haas Center for Public Service.
Each Community Arts Fellow receives a $4,000 award to support travel and living expenses during the summer. Financial aid is available to students who qualify.
Applications for the 2014 Fellowship will be available soon. Applications will be due and interviews will be held in February.