Ox-Bow LeRoy Neiman Foundation Fellowship

Each summer, Ox-Bow welcomes twelve fellowship students from competitive art schools all over the nation the opportunity to focus on their work, meet with renowned artists, and grow as a member of this unique community. These students live on campus for 13 weeks, from May 27th through August 25th, where they participate in campus life as both staff members and as artists. By working closely with the artists on staff, fellows develop relationships with others who have also made artmaking their lives.

Fellowship students are either selected by Ox-Bow’s jury or their departments at one of eight partnering schools based on the merit of their work and on their commitment to making inspired and innovative art. During their stay at Ox-Bow, fellowship students are able to reinforce their commitments to artmaking, and benefit from the intense focus and access to professional artists.

Eligibility

Students  who:

  • are undergraduate upperclassmen in their junior/senior year or MFA students are eligible to apply
  • graduated December 2017 or later
  • are at least 21 years old at the start of the fellowship
  • can work in the United States or have a work visa

 are eligible to spend 13 summer weeks (May 27 - August 25, 2018) at Ox-Bow.

Period of Study

This is a 13-week summer placement

Application

Application materials and additional guidelines are available on the Ox-Bow Fellowship Program website

Deadline(s)

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 20TH, 2018

Details

Class Year

  • Junior
  • Senior
  • Graduate

Discipline

  • Arts

Language

  • English

Duration

  • Summer

Program Type

  • Graduate Study
  • Professional
  • Special Groups
  • Undergraduate

Region

  • North America

GWU Sponsored?

No

GWU Endorsement Required?

No