Jewish Arts & Culture Lab Application
Below please find some important information about the application and the Fellowship, the 2018-2019 theme is "Spirit & Matter: Bodies & Things."

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Formed from earth and from breath of the Divine, Adam, the - first human - embodied both spirit and matter. In our contemporary world, these two categories - the inert and the lively – are usually treated as separate. What if we viewed them as intertwined? How might we depict the intimate relationship between body and soul, people and things, spirit and matter?

This year (2018-2019), the Jewish Arts and Culture Lab looks closely at literature, painting, Jewish ritual objects, and a variety of other art forms to uncover the unexpected places where the physical and the transcendent overlap . Together we will learn texts, discuss objects, engage in creative processes designed to inspire you, deepen your thinking, and forge new connections with other local artists.

Visual artists, designers, media makers, writers, crafters, artisans, poets, photographers, dancers, musicians, curators and artists and creatives of all other media, are invited to apply to participate in this content-rich, supportive, collaborative fellowship.

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Applications are due August 30, 2018.

Some applicants may be invited for an interview. Being invited for an interview does not guarantee that you will receive a fellowship. Interviews will happen in early September, you will be contacted if selected to interview.

Applicants will be notified by late September, 2018.

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The Fellowship will meet on 15 Thursday evenings from October to June, as well as on Wednesday November 11, Tuesday May 14 and Tuesday June 4.

Ability to attend the vast majority of the sessions is mandatory. Please review these dates in your calendar before applying to ensure you can commit to them.

The Artists will receive a $750 stipend for the Fellowship, along with educational and artistic support from the group. While each Fellow will create their own piece(s), peer review and the ability to learn from each other is a core part of this experience. The Fellowship will culminate in an exhibition of the completed work of all ten Fellows, along with community wide programming.

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