Tuesday, April 28, 2009

The Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC) awards one $3000 fellowship to an artist or group of artists working together on a specific project. Membership is required. No restrictions are made by SECAC on how the fellowship funds are expended. SECAC requests that the fellows provide documentation of the project or work produced during the fellowship period (one year from receipt of fellowship money). Documentation may take the form of an exhibition at the subsequent annual SECAC conference, a catalogue or other publication form, an exhibition of the work exhibited at another institution during the fellowship period, a presentation or other proposed and accepted form of documentation. There is no fee for application for the fellowship. For details, go to www.secollegeart.org/secac-fellowship.html

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