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The Loeb/ArtLab 2023-2024 scholarship is now open

The Harvard University Graduate School of Design is accepting applications for the Loeb / ArtLab Fellowship.

Deadline: 09-Jan-2023

Name of donor:Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Size of the grant:Not available


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Priority area(s) of interest

The Loeb / ArtLab Fellowship is open to any artist or person with an artistic practice who applies for and meets the requirements of a Loeb Fellowship. The intention of a joint Loeb / ArtLab Fellowship is to give practicing artists the same fellowship experience they would have as Loeb Fellows, with the added benefit of being granted studio space in the ArtLab building, research support and networking resources through the ArtLab community, and potential funding for proposed programmes and/or projects during the year.

The scholarship is for practitioners. It is not an academic sabbatical or artist residency; there are many other programmes for this purpose. The Loeb is unique in that it provides support for renewal and reflection in an active career.

Open to all potential applicants, this optional programme aims to widen access to the Loeb alumni community and increase awareness and familiarity with the Fellowship. Individuals from under-represented backgrounds, geographical areas, networks and experiences are particularly encouraged to participate if they so wish.

Eligibility criteria
  • They have a broad definition of who works to improve the built and natural environment and whose work has a wide social impact.
  • Urban designers, public artists, developers, journalists, civic leaders, architects, landscape architects, town planners, decision-makers and community development leaders.
  • They encourage applications from a wide range of practitioners whose work focuses on improving the built and natural environment. In short, people with exceptional skills who design, plan, preserve and critique the places where they live, work and play are eligible.
  • The programme is aimed at mid-career individuals with a minimum of 5 to 10 years' experience in the field. They are looking for professionals who have leadership skills, a strong desire to help others succeed and who show the potential to take their abilities to the next level. The opportunities presented by the Fellowship work best for those with enough experience to ask the tough questions, but with plenty of time to make an impact. The average age of a typical Loeb class is around 42.

For more information, please visitLoeb/ArtLab Fellowship.

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