Philadelphia Fellowship for Black Artists 2021

Philadelphia Fellowship for Black Artists 2021

deadline: Sunday, February 28, 2021

The Philadelphia Fellowship for Black Artists is designed to fund, foster and elevate the important work of Black artists residing within the City of Philadelphia. The 2020 fellowship cohort included painters, photographers, glass blowers, filmmakers and more!

This Fellowship will support 20 artists of any medium with $2,000 in unrestricted funding. Mural Arts will highlight Fellows across their channels, and connect them to a network of local and international artists. Fellows also receive Financial Planning sessions courtesy of sponsor TD Bank as well as dedicated evaluative sessions with curators from Rush Arts Philadelphia, HAHA Magazine, and StreetsDept.com to assess individual needs.

Timeline
Applications due by Sunday, February 28, 2021.
Awardees will be contacted by April 30, 2021.

Eligibility
The Fellowship is open to African-American or Black artists of all mediums residing in Philadelphia.

Curators 

Ginger Rudolph, HAHA Magazine
Noah Smalls, Rush Arts Philadelphia

Media Partner 

Conrad Benner, StreetsDept.com

Roberta Massuch
Wendy Raskas Greenberg

Wendy is a Self-taught Collage Artist. The main focus of her Mixed Media Collage Work is to intermingle the old with the…

Wendy is a Self-taught Collage Artist. The main focus of her Mixed Media Collage Work is to intermingle the old with the new. I push boundaries to create & discover different processes in which to incorporate…

Wendy is a Self-taught Collage Artist. The main focus of her Mixed Media Collage Work is to intermingle the old with the new. I push boundaries to create & discover different processes in which to incorporate images of older,…

Lee Lippman
Patricia Ingersoll

Acrylic and watercolor grids and overlapping lines, gestured brush strokes and bold color are the first impressions when…

Acrylic and watercolor grids and overlapping lines, gestured brush strokes and bold color are the first impressions when seeing the new work by Patricia Ingersoll. Ingersoll continues her studies of the…

Acrylic and watercolor grids and overlapping lines, gestured brush strokes and bold color are the first impressions when seeing the new work by Patricia Ingersoll. Ingersoll continues her studies of the merging of organic…

Charles Emlen
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