The SECAC Artist’s Fellowship
SECAC is an organization devoted to the promotion of art in higher education through facilitating cooperation among teachers and administrators in universities and colleges‚ professional institutions and the community served by their institutions.The SECAC Fellowship was established in 1981 for the purpose of supporting member artists and to encourage individual creative growth‚ the development of new ideas for exhibitions and creative projects. Through this program‚ SECAC can more completely serve member artists and institutions.
Responsibility of SECAC
The full amount of the fellowship will be paid to the fellow (or group of artists working jointly) when the fellow agrees to accept the award and the conditions of the award. The host institution of the subsequent SECAC conference agrees to attempt to accommodate any exhibition/installation proposed by the fellow.
Simply email Scott Betz at Betz.firstname.lastname@example.org notifying him you wish to submit a proposal. This email deadline is August 1. He will respond by email by August 7 with an invitation for you to share your proposal in a private Dropbox folder. You will then have until August 14 to add your PDF to the folder (sample response letter with guidelines below).
Notifications of request to create a Dropbox account for the selection process from member to Betz must be submitted via Gmail by August 1, 2017 at midnight EDT and Member submits all final PDFs materials to Dropbox by August 14, 2017 at midnight EDT. August 1 is your first deadline for consideration- not August 14.
A committee composed of SECAC members and/or host conference faculty selects the Artists Fellowship recipient at the annual SECAC meeting. The award winner is recognized at the meeting and all applicants are notified of the committee’s decision within 60 days of the end of the meeting.
Questions? Contact: email@example.com
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