Lewis Center for the Arts 2021-22 Hodder Fellowship

Lewis Center for the Arts 2021-22 Hodder Fellowship

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, September 15, 2020

The Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University is inviting applications for its annual Hodder Fellowship. Through the program, writers and non-literary artists of exceptional promise are awarded a stipend of $84,000 for a ten-month appointment during the academic year to pursue an independent project at Princeton. Hodder Fellows include composers, choreographers, performance artists, visual artists, writers, or other kinds of artists or humanists who have “much more than ordinary intellectual and literary gifts” and are selected more “for promise than for performance.” Most fellowship recipients have published a first book or have similar achievements in their field; the fellowship is designed to provide recipients with the “studious leisure” to undertake significant new work. Fellows need not reside on the Princeton campus during the ten-month period.

Fellowships are not intended to fund work leading to a PhD or other advanced degree, and applicants need not be a U.S. citizen to be eligible. 

See the Lewis Center for the Arts website for complete program guidelines, application instructions, an FAQ, and a list of past fellows. 

Link to complete RFP

I endeavor to find the connection between math and deliberation with nature and randomness. I employ an experimental approach inspired by urban and natural textures, using geometry, patterns, and contrived shapes to create a lyrical, non-narrative statement. My paintings are colorful, contemporary and abstract, often based on musical frequencies, graffiti, architecture and patterns.
Louis Gribaudo
Louis Gribaudo

I endeavor to find the connection between math and deliberation with nature and randomness. I employ an experimental approach…

I endeavor to find the connection between math and deliberation with nature and randomness. I employ an experimental approach inspired by urban and natural textures, using geometry, patterns, and contrived…

I endeavor to find the connection between math and deliberation with nature and randomness. I employ an experimental approach inspired by urban and natural textures, using geometry, patterns, and contrived shapes to create…

A Philadelphia born artist, whose paintings seek to portray the textures, personalities, stories and design of weathered urban walls from the surrounding city landscape.
Stephen Haigh
Stephen Haigh

A Philadelphia born artist, whose paintings seek to portray the textures, personalities, stories and design of weathered…

A Philadelphia born artist, whose paintings seek to portray the textures, personalities, stories and design of weathered urban walls from the surrounding city landscape.…

A Philadelphia born artist, whose paintings seek to portray the textures, personalities, stories and design of weathered urban walls from the surrounding city landscape.…

Deborah Moss Marris
Deborah Moss Marris
My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and searching for innovative ways to express each visual theme.
Florence Weisz
Florence Weisz

My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and…

My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and searching for innovative ways to express each visual theme. …

My primary medium is paper collage. I have explored many subjects over the years creating my own distinctive materials and searching for innovative ways to express each visual theme. …

Daniel Clark
Daniel Clark
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