InLiquid Call for Entries for Wind Fellowship 2022
This Deadline Expired: Thursday, June 30, 2022
InLiquid is inviting applications from artists under 30* for their second annual Wind Fellowship for 2022 – 2023! This Fellowship, generously funded by the Dina Wind Art Foundation and Friends of InLiquid, was created to serve artists at a time when many struggle to establish and maintain a professional artistic practice. The Fellowship provides one year of artist membership at InLiquid, plus extensive marketing, career services, an exhibition, and more (see benefits below). The applicants will be reviewed by a jury of outstanding curators, artists, and arts leaders from around the Greater Philadelphia area. As a catalyst for your career as an artist, the Wind Fellowship creates unique opportunities for artists looking to make connections and improve their career trajectory.
- Review and feedback from influential jurors on InLiquid’s Art Advisory Committee, to be announced!
- Fellows will receive special press release and marketing of award-winners
- Private reception with Fellows, jurors, the Wind family, and members of the press (contingent on City and CDC guidelines)
- Increased contact with fellow recipients through meet-ups (contingent on City and CDC guidelines)
- Individual interviews with each Fellow to be posted on InLiquid’s Online Magazine
- Virtual or in-person studio tour with a member of InLiquid curatorial staff or member of Arts Advisory Committee
- One-on-one meeting with InLiquid development staff for assistance in grant, residency, and other applications
- $100 Gift certificate to BLICK Art Materials for purchase supplies
- Inclusion in a 2023 group exhibition at the InLiquid Gallery for the Fellows
Additional benefits from InLiquid membership:
- An extensive profile on our website that receives over 107,000 unique views per year
- An exclusive profile on InLiquid’s ever-growing Artsy web page, where collectors view and purchase work
- Increased contacts with curators, collectors, and fellow artists
- Promotion of your artistic practice and events through our newsletter with an audience of over 9,000 subscribers
- Member programming including: group critiques and career development workshops
- Full list of benefits at www.inliquid.org/apply
- Zoë Rayn Evans: Executive Director, University City Arts League
- Ekaterina Popova: Editor in Chief, Create! Magazine
- Ahmed Salvador: Exhibitions Coordinator, Philadelphia International Airport Art and Exhibitions Program
- Mallory Weston: Assistant Professor of Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM, Tyler School of Art and Architecture
Artists will be selected based on the excellence of their work and their potential to benefit from InLiquid membership. The Fellowships were created to serve artists under 30*, at a time when many artists struggle to establish and maintain a professional artistic practice. To further honor the legacy of sculptor Dina Wind, the Fellowship program encourages women, LGBTQ artists, and/or sculptors to apply.
InLiquid is grateful for the generosity of The Dina Wind Art Foundation and the Wind Family for their support of diverse visual artists with InLiquid.
Application deadline: Thursday, June 30, 2022
Notification: Thursday, September 1, 2022
For over 22 years, InLiquid has served as a unique resource for artists and the community, providing free contemporary art programming throughout Philadelphia, serving the region’s artists and audiences. Through its public programming, InLiquid seeks to educate audiences about local artists and the value of Philadelphia’s diverse cultural community. InLiquid curates and presents over 40 exhibitions annually through extensive venue partnerships throughout Philadelphia, and through our flagship gallery at the Crane Arts building. At the heart of its mission, InLiquid seeks to make vital services accessible to artists.
About The Dina Wind Art Foundation
The Dina Wind Art Foundation supports living artists. They share the rich story of artist Dina Wind, ensuring her legacy and promoting her art to empower differences and transform lives.
About BLICK Art Materials
BLICK has been “Family-Owned and Serving Artists” since 1911, and is currently in its third generation of family ownership. BLICK is one of the largest providers of art supplies within the U.S. with over 90,000 items available online, in their catalog, and at their over 60 retail locations.
*Older emerging artists are also served through this Fellowship, and are selected under a separate closed nomination process. If you do not feel that you are eligible for this Fellowship, but would benefit from an InLiquid membership and need financial assistance, please contact Lily Horner at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on discounts, payment plans, and how to apply. We are here for you and your creative endeavors.