Apply Now: MCC Artist Fellowship for Craft, Film & Video, and Photography

$7500 is up for grabs. Deadline is January 24th. What are you waiting for?!!

In Search of Eden

From October - late December 2010, the artists collective (and '09 MCC Fellowship Recipients) TRIIIBE (Alicia, Kelly, and Sara Casilio and Cary Wolinsky) created this ever-evolving installation at Boston University’s 808 Gallery space.


Applications are now available for 2011 Artist Fellowships in Crafts, Film & Video, and Photography from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

The Artist Fellowships provide direct, unrestricted support to Massachusetts artists, in recognition of exceptional original work, to foster the creation of new art in the Commonwealth.

Artist Fellowships are awarded to primary creators (as opposed to those who interpret or translate the work of others) in a range of artistic disciplines.

The fellowships are anonymously-judged competitive grants for Massachusetts artists. Fellowships of $7,500 and finalist awards of $500 are awarded based solely on the artistic excellence of the work submitted.

MCC’s How To Apply (advice from the experts)
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About the Artist Fellowships (and Fellows)
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Mass Cultural Council

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