Fellowship for Utopian Practice

Culture Push is a nonprofit arts organization that works with hands-on learning, group problem solving, serious play, and creating connections.

Job Responsibilities: Culture Push’s Fellowship for Utopian Practice is a testing ground for new ideas that aim to create positive social change through civic engagement and horizontal learning opportunities. Through the Fellowship for Utopian Practice, Culture Push serves artists by providing creative, analytical, and logistical tools in the creation of truly transformative projects.

The Fellowship program is open to artists and other professionals working in any discipline who wish to expand the boundaries of their practice. Applicants are encouraged to review our organization’s mission before submitting materials.

Compensation: $750

Hrs/Wk: 0-10

How to Apply: Please send an email to cp@culturepush.org with the subject “Fellowship for Utopian Practice,” by March 25, 11:59PM letting us know how you heard about the Fellowship program, and attach the following materials in a single PDF (5MB or less):

1.) Project Narrative that describes your proposed project, its goals and timeline, and the link between your project and the Culture Push mission with as much detail as possible (500 words max).
2.) A one-page project budget that explains how the Fellowship for Utopian Practice honoraria will be allocated and strategies for additional fundraising (foundations, grants, or direct solicitation), if necessary.
3.) A one-page resume or CV detailing your artistic and/or professional experience. For collaborative proposals, please provide resumes or CVs of each participating artist; collectives should provide a resume for the group’s activities.
4.) A sample of no more than 5 images of recent, relevant work and/or a link to online video or audio content that is no more than 5 minutes long. If submitting an audio or video work sample longer than 5 minutes please provide a cue point.

Questions? Email us at cp@culturepush.org with the subject line “Fellowship Question.”

 

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