The Robert Sterling Clark Foundation Fellowships at the Vermont Studio Center are being established to support the development of  international artists and to broaden their opportunities for  intercultural dialogue here in the United States. Read the press release here.

In 2011, five artists from Africa will arrive in Johnson, Vermont to  spend two months working at the Vermont Studio Center with 70 other artists in residence, providing all the participants with an exciting  opportunity for exchange and dialogue in the largest artists' residency program in the United States. When their eight-week studio  program finishes in Vermont, the artists spend a week in NYC with the  Triangle Artists Workshop going to studios, galleries and museums and meeting New Yorkers.

Artists living on the African continent may apply by April 1 for a  2011 residency. To learn more about the fellowship, or to download an  application, please visit our website. For additional fellowship and  application information, please contact David Grozinsky at 802-635-2727.

Please forward this e-mail to individual artists, museums or university contacts who may want to nominate an artist for this competition. In addition, we would be happy to hear from you or your colleagues to nominate artists. Please encourage artists to visit our website for more information or to download an application.

Kathy Black, Program Director
Vermont Studio Center

Vermont Studio Center

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