NewCourtland Artist Fellowship

NewCourtland Artist Fellowship

This Deadline Expired: Monday, April 24, 2017

DEADLINE: APRIL 24, 2017

The Center for Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA), in partnership with NewCourtland, is pleased to offer Philadelphia area artists the opportunity to participate in an exciting, community-based fellowship. Through the NewCourtland Artist Fellowship, visual artists will be selected to bring innovative and engaging art-making to seniors in sites throughout Philadelphia in either Summer or Fall 2017. In order to apply, artists are asked to develop an intergenerational project that brings members of  New Courtland together with school age children/teens to create a meaningful experience and a high quality artistic project. Work created by seniors and their school-aged partners during the 2017 Fellowship Program will be exhibited with the work of the artist fellows in a large, well publicized exhibition in Summer 2018.

2017 NewCourtland Artist Fellowship includes STIPEND + SUPPLIES

 

Accepted artists will receive a fellowship award of $2,500. Once artists receive this award they will be responsible for conducting ten 1.5 hour workshops, attending several preliminary and post-workshop meetings, attending one sensitivity training session, and participating in an exhibition in Summer 2018. Artists will also be separately compensated for purchasing all necessary art supplies and professionally presenting the artwork created in their program for the final exhibition.   

To apply to the 2017 NewCourtland Fellowship please

For more details please contact Genevieve Coutroubis at 215 546-7775 x11 or gen@cfeva.org.

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a solo show at Grounds For Sculpture and exhibited in a three-person show at the Perkins Center for the Arts, both in New Jersey. In Philadelphia, she has shown her work at venues such as the Painted Bride, International House, and the Crane Arts Center. Additionally, the Philadelphia Department of Parks and Recreation invited her to create a fiber art installation at Lemon Hill Mansion in Fairmount Park. Udell graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in Art History, and has studied art and art therapy at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She lives and works in Collingswood, New Jersey
Rachel Blythe Udell
Rachel Blythe Udell

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a…

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a solo show at Grounds For Sculpture and exhibited in a three-person show at the Perkins…

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a solo show at Grounds For Sculpture and exhibited in a three-person show at the Perkins Center for the…

János Korodi's work of visual memories of fur patterns, and cityscapes, recently the notion of place and motion, as mediated through technology. A representation of our virtual world that simulates velocity.
János Korodi
János Korodi

János Korodi's work of visual memories of fur patterns, and cityscapes, recently the notion of place and motion, as mediated…

János Korodi's work of visual memories of fur patterns, and cityscapes, recently the notion of place and motion, as mediated through technology. A representation of our virtual world that simulates velocity.…

János Korodi's work of visual memories of fur patterns, and cityscapes, recently the notion of place and motion, as mediated through technology. A representation of our virtual world that simulates velocity.…

Sarah A. Myers is an InLiquid artist member
Sarah A. Myers
Sarah A. Myers

Sarah A. Myers is an InLiquid artist member…

Sarah A. Myers is an InLiquid artist member…

Sarah A. Myers is an InLiquid artist member…

Brent Crothers
Brent Crothers
My recent works are a break from the painterly images I have made in the past few years. In a search for something more deliberate I changed my painting method and style. It is an abstraction using crosshatching, a technique usually reserved for rendering form and depth I have created an abstract flat image more akin to topography verging on minimalism. The linear hatch marks are made on a matte gradiated background which focuses the viewer on the duality of surface and color. These works are a meditation on labor and time: of coming together and the borders that separate us. The marks are not only creating an aesthetic pattern they are literally the marking of art, and the work that has gone into the piece.
Brian Palmieri
Brian Palmieri

My recent works are a break from the painterly images I have made in the past few years. In a search for something more deliberate…

My recent works are a break from the painterly images I have made in the past few years. In a search for something more deliberate I changed my painting method and style. It is an abstraction using crosshatching,…

My recent works are a break from the painterly images I have made in the past few years. In a search for something more deliberate I changed my painting method and style. It is an abstraction using crosshatching, a technique…

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