Student Fellowships


Applications are due Friday, September 24, 2021

The IDA Undergraduate Fellowship is a year-long paid program for undergraduate students at Stanford from diverse backgrounds, creative disciplines, and academic majors. The fellowship commissions new artwork from students, with the help of a close-knit creative community, time for generative art practice, professional and artistic development, and a deepening of social justice principles.

An incredible fellowship for artists and activists, no matter your level of experience, this group works together to advance and support creativity, equity, and healing for all communities.

The IDA Undergraduate Fellowship is 8 hours per week during the academic year. Each week is a mix of creative practice, peer collaboration, artist talks, and a Friday weekly cohort meeting with IDA staff and Artist-in-Residence, Amara Tabor-Smith. The program culminates in June with a showcase of new work.

**Applications for the 2021-2022 school year NOW OPEN! **


Those who are not chosen to be Fellows are deeply welcome to join the IDA community through our classes, events, and other programming at the Harmony House. The fellowship opportunity is for those wanting a more intensive commitment to IDA, to work within the space and lead in programming, arts practice and event planning.

Students are strongly encouraged to enroll in:

  • IDA's Annual Spring Course: Details Forthcoming