Processing Foundation 2020 Fellowship Application
The Processing Foundation is excited to announce the open call for our 2020 Fellowship program.
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Applications are submitted through the form below. There are three sections to the application:
1) Personal Information
3) Previous Projects
For section #2, proposals must include a Project Description and Development Document.
The Project Description must be no more than 4000 max character count and include:
1) What you’re going to do.
2) How you’re going to do it and why you’re qualified for the work.
3) The project’s expected results: Will your project produce a series of events, materials, products, etc.? Explain in detail.
4) How your project will expand the possibilities of Processing, either through software, community, or both.
5) How your project addresses the needs of a specific group, and how it will support the fostering of this community. Be specific about what challenges or needs this community has had presently and/or historically, and how your project will address those directly.
The Development Document must be no more than 2000 max character count and include:
1) What is the process your project will require to be developed?
2) What is your timeline of work and availability?
3) What kind of help and support will you need from a mentor?
4) What resources are required to realize your project, including additional funding, community testing, workshops, etc.?
5) Do you have any matching funds or previous grants for the project?
Please note that for the Project Description and Development documents, applicants can provide links to files (as .odt, .pdf, .docx, or .txt) in lieu of writing in the required fields.
You will not be able to edit your application after you hit the "Submit" button.
Application period is open November 18 - December 19, 2019. Selected fellows will be notified by early February 2020. Late applications will not be accepted.
If you have questions, please email
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