Apply for an ArtTable funded fellow to work at your Art Organization next summer. Open Call for Host Arts Organizations: 2022 ArtTable Fellowship Program

January 7th, 2022
Apply for an ArtTable funded fellow to work at your Art Organization next summer. Open Call for Host Arts Organizations: 2022 ArtTable Fellowship Program

Apply for an ArtTable funded fellow to work at your Art Organization next summer. Open Call for Host Arts Organizations: 2022 ArtTable Fellowship Program

  • Full Time
  • Entry Level
Job Category: Other
Location: Brooklyn
Job Sectors: Arts & Culture

Are you interested in applying for an ArtTable funded fellow to work at your art organization next summer? You can easily submit your application through the below link by January 31, 2022: Through one-on-one mentoring relationships with ArtTable members, every year, a selected number of fellows have the opportunity to work with an established leader in the field and gain exposure to a range of professional activities at first-class cultural organizations throughout a five to eight week period during the summer. Each fellow is awarded a $4,000 stipend fully covered by ArtTable through the generous support of individuals and organizations for the five to eight-week commitment during the summer of 2022. The program was established in 2000 as a conscious effort to enrich and strengthen the visual arts field by supporting an inclusive and diverse professional landscape. The ArtTable Fellowship is one of the longest-standing programs supporting diversity in the visual arts. The mentored fellowships introduce emerging women-identifying professionals to the range of professional career tracks in the visual arts, including but not limited to: curatorial, education, public programming, archival research and collections management. ArtTable has supported one hundred ten fellows around the country since its inception. Organizations can include nonprofit and for-profit entities involved in the visual arts, including but not limited to museums, art centers, galleries, foundations, artists residencies, publishing companies, artists’ estates, and sculpture parks. ArtTable is currently accepting applications from arts organizations that meet the following criteria: • Enable the fellow to work collaboratively as well as independently on a focused and cohesive project that significantly contributes to a public exhibition or program initiative. • Offer opportunities to expand their research, writing, communication and project management skills. • Provide integration into the organization’s staff and interface with other departments for maximum experience and exposure to day-to-day activities. • Encourage working closely with and receiving consistent direct supervision from a designated mentor. • Have a take-away component, be it research or skills-based with recognition given for contributions made to a major current or forthcoming project or program. • As the Program has specific funding for fellows of Native American/Indigenous descent, if there is a project or specific request to work with a fellow of Native American/Indigenous descent, please indicate it in the Proposal Description/Scope of the form. ArtTable will accept host applications through January 31, 2022, 11:59 pm ET. Submit your form application including a brief description of your project’s proposal for the fellow, the period you would like to work with the fellow (you can select from 24 h to 40 h per week, for a five to eight-week period during the summer, depending on your specific needs). Also let us know if you envision working with the fellow physically on-site, remotely, or a mix of remote and on-site work. Host organizations will be selected by February 14, 2022. The most qualified fellowship candidates will then be individually presented to hosts for their final review and acceptance in April – May 2022. If you have any questions about your participation, don’t hesitate to contact Lucia Roldan, Education and Community Engagement Coordinator, at [email protected] The ArtTable Fellowship program is made possible thanks to the invaluable support of individuals and foundations. Click here to apply and read all the details: Learn more about our impact programs: About ArtTable ArtTable is the foremost professional organization dedicated to advancing the leadership of women in the visual arts. Since its founding ArtTable in 1980, ArtTable has transitioned from one centered on membership services to an organization with a greater public purpose. Through our national membership network of 1,200+ professional women in the visual arts, and various nation-wide community initiatives, we seek to expand opportunities for women from diverse backgrounds and at all stages of their careers, fostering a stronger future for all women in the arts.


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