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2017 ENGAGING ARTISTS FELLOWSHIP APPLICATION
The 2017 ENGAGING ARTISTS FELLOWSHIP is an artist in residence program for emerging New York City-based artists interested in addressing the intersecting issues of labor, immigration, globalization, and economic justice in their creative practice.

The goal of the 4 month fellowship is to prepare artists for long-term activist and socially-engaged work in partnership with advocacy and social service organizations, coalitions, unions, and groups of neighbors throughout the five boroughs. Ideal candidates must live in New York City and have an interest in or dedication to the interrogation of topics such as: value, wage, debt, livelihood and family life, workers rights, labor, and alternative economies as they relate to the fellow’s respective communities and the larger landscapes of migration, neoliberalism, and/or the economies of the contemporary art market(s).

To Apply:
1. Complete the following application
2. Email portfolio and resume / CV as a single PDF to PJ@moreart.org

Due: Wednesday April, 5th at 11:59 PM
Email subject line: Engaging Artists 2017 Application // [last name]

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Do you live in New York City?
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Address:
Phone number:
Email:
Race/ethnicity?
Country of origin:
Do you speak conversational English?
Why are you interested in participating in the 2017 Engaging Artists Fellowship focused on immigration, labor, and economic justice? (300 words max)
Have you been involved with the social justice movements in the past? If so, please elaborate including a description of your experience working collaboratively in community, nonprofit, and activist settings. (300 words max)
Explain the relationship between social justice and your artistic practice. (300 words max)
Please describe your artistic training, either informal or academic. (100 words max)
Please include a narrative biography. (250 words max)
If accepted into the fellowship would you need any accommodations (including but are not limited to): Written materials in accessible formats, such as large print, braille, or audiotape; Readers or sign language interpreters; ADA accessible meeting spaces; Interpretive devices or equipment; Adjustments or modifications to application policies and procedures.
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