We will Announce Full-Fellowships for Artists & Curators Soon
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TAAS regularly partners with organizations to support fellowships for artists from underserved communities and the global south. If you are an artist who fits this description, follow our newsletter and our IG for announcements whenever we have Fellowship Open Calls. These awards are competitive.
We also offer payment plans & Partial-Scholarships funded by TAAS. See these below and email us if you have any questions.
NEW: Partial - Scholarships - Announcing Soon
- Partial Scholarships Announce Soon (Partial-Scholarship Awards of $250)
Don't know if you fit a category? Reach out to us, we are happy to help!
All Partial - Scholarships are applied directly to our course fee.
Applications are reviewed as they are received.
Partial-Scholarships can NOT be combined with early enrollment discounts
Awards can apply to any of our offered classes
Applications Close for Partial-Scholarships
Full Fellowship Open Call Fall 2022- NOW CLOSED
- Brandy's Juried Fellowship for Artists & Curators living in Brazil or South Africa
We will select Four Fellowships, Two from each country. This fellowship is for artists and curators living in Brazil or South Africa.
Each fellow will get to choose ONE course from the courses below Fellowship artists will be expected to attend all classes (usually once a week for 2.5 hours) Most classes have assignments, prompts, readings, or actions to be done outside of class. Our classes happen over Zoom and class is active, which means you will participate in real time with fellow classmates. Applicants need reliable fast internet to attend, if you have concerns about your internet connection, please reach out with your questions.
Open Call NOW CLOSED - FAI's Juried Fellowship for artists living in Philadelphia, PA or India
TAAS will select one fellow from Philadephia, PA and one from India to receive a full fellowship for TWO courses at TAAS. Select one course from below when you apply, the second course choice will be selected by the awardees once they are notified. Fellowship artists will be expected to attend all classes (usually once a week for 2.5 hours) Most classes have assignments, prompts, readings, or actions to be done outside of class. Our classes happen over Zoom and class is active, which means you will participate in real time with fellow classmates. Applicants need reliable fast internet to attend, if you have concerns about your internet connection, please reach out with your questions.
Our application is in two sections: Please Apply Below
This first section collects basic information, helps us learn about your story, and has you specify your course interests.
The Second Section will be by email. You will receive an email from TAAS with a dropbox link to submit 5 work samples with an Image sheet. The Image sheet should include title, size, date, and the option to include 1-2 sentences about the work. Please do not stress the images you provide and let that fill you with anxiety. Show us the work that excites you and gives us an opportunity to see how you think about your art.
Both sections of your application must be completed to be considered for this full Fellowship!
We are looking for artists and curators at every stage of their artistic life. We want artists that are passionate about the arts and willing to be vulnerable and listen as they learn.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Applications Close August 8th
All applicants will be notified the week of August 16th
Courses start September 10th
See our courses' individual pages for course descriptions and schedules details.
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Meet the Jury
Tricia Lynn Townes
Tricia is an adjunct professor at Tennessee State University. She is a painter primarily, but sometimes she ventures into the realm of
photography. She focuses on producing both abstract and figurative works. She has attended several residencies, including Skowhegan, The Fine Arts Work Center, The Vermont Studio School, and MassMoCA.
Amit Acevedo is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. His self-directed education at the School for Poetic Computation in NY and The Alternative Art School has developed works largely in video installation and performance. Much of his work deals with analytical approaches to understanding power and how that translates to personal and phenomenological experience. His recent research interests are here: https://adotrun.com/
Eliza Evans experiments with sculpture, print, video, and textiles to identify disconnections and absurdities in social, economic, and ecological systems. Her work has been exhibited at the Bronx Museum (2021), Missoula Art Museum (2021), Austin Peay State University, Clarksville TN (2021), Thomas Erben Gallery, New York, NY (2020), Alexey von Schlippe Gallery, University of Connecticut (2020), Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY (2019), Edward Hopper House Museum, Nyack, NY (2019), and BRIC, Brooklyn (2017), and has appeared in the New York Times, Art in America, Hyperallergic, The Brooklyn Rail, and Dissent Magazine. She is currently a member of NEW INC, the New Museum’s cultural incubator. Evans was born in a rustbelt steel town and raised in rural Appalachia. She currently splits her time between TN and NY.