Residencies Vermont Studio Center: 54+ Fellowships for Artists & Writers
International Deadline: June 15, 2016 – The Vermont Studio Center is thrilled to announce 54+ fellowships for artists and writers at our June 15th, 2016 fellowship application deadline.
Year-round, VSC hosts hundreds of artists and writers from across the country and around the world, each of whom receives an individual studio, private room, and all meals. Residencies last from 2-12 weeks and provide uninterrupted time to work, a community of creative peers, and a beautiful village setting in northern Vermont.
These fellowships are for residencies scheduled between September 2016 – May 2017:
Fellowships for Writers
- James Merrill Poetry Fellowships
- Grace Paley Fiction Fellowship
- Sustainable Arts Foundation Fellowship
- Henry David Thoreau Fellowship
- VSC/Cave Canem Fellowship
- VSC/Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Creative Writing Fellowship
- VSC/Kundiman Fellowship
Fellowships for Visual Artists
- Civil Society Institute Fellowship
- Emerging Artists Fellowships
- Marshall Frankel Fellowship for Chicago Artists and SAIC Alumni
- Jon Imber Fellowship
- Oregon Artists Fellowships
- Zeta Orionis Fellowship
- Sustainable Arts Foundation Fellowships
- VSC/Pollock-Krasner Foundation Fellowships
- Windgate Craft Artists Fellowships
The Vermont Studio Center is proud to offer nearly $1.4 million annually in fellowships, grant assistance, and work-exchange to make residencies possible for approximately 700 artists and writers each year. In addition, there are other sources of support that are not available to VSC but to which you might apply to help fund your residency, such as your local and state arts councils, faculty enrichment grants for university employees, etc.
$25 Application Fee.
For complete eligibility requirements and easy online application, visit Vermont Studio Center, or contact:
Vermont Studio Center
80 Pearl Street
P.O. Box 613
Johnson, Vermont 05656
Phone: (802) 635-2727
The Studio Center’s award-winning campus is composed of thirty historic buildings on the banks of the Gihon River. These buildings serve as studios, residences, library, lecture hall, dining room, lounge, gallery, meditation house, conference rooms and offices. All are within close walking distance of one another.