Due November 15th: 2020 Fellowships Applications!
We extend a special thanks to The CH Foundation, the The Helen Jones Foundation, and The Rea Charitable Trust for their support of CASP Fellowships.
Applications and more information are located below.
The CH Foundation Metals Studio & Foundry Fellowships at CASP
Interest in The CH Foundation Metals Studio & Foundry has grown steadily, creating a demand for additional open studio hours and oversight. We have also recognized a need for professional development opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students as well as budding artists. Classes offered at the Metals Studio & Foundry include: metal fabrication; welding; blacksmithing; kinetic sculpture; and bronze and aluminum sculpture. Area artists also utilize our Metals facilities for commissioned projects. Fellows are expected to: maintain open studio hours; facilitate creative processes of class participants; oversee safety of individuals and maintenance of equipment; lead classes and workshops; develop community engagement projects; and promote Metals Studio & Foundry activities to the public.
The CH Foundation Arts Administration Fellowships at CASP
The Arts Administration Fellowship at CASP was developed in 2013 to provide administrative support to CASP Director Chad Plunket and create local opportunities for those interested in careers in arts administration.
The Helen Jones Print Studio Fellowships at CASP
The Helen Jones Print Studio Fellowship at CASP is back for 2019! The Helen DeVitt Jones Print Studio offers printmaking courses to the public, open studio hours for artists, First Friday Art Trail demonstrations, and other special events related to printmaking. Print Studio Fellows work with students and artists of varying levels of knowledge and experience and positively engage the local community as they participate in events.