2020 Houston Artadia Fellowship

Artadia 2019 Fellowship
2019 Houston Artadia Fellowship Exhibition in Lawndale’s 3rd Floor Hallway Space. Image courtesy of Nash Baker.
Call for Applications:
2020 Artadia Fellowship Program
Last year, Artadia launched a new program to support immigrant and refugee artists working in Houston. We wanted to personally invite you to submit to their call for applications, open to all immigrant and refugee artists working in any medium, at any stage in their career. 
This fellowship includes a $2,500 honorarium, a mentorship exchange with Artadia Awardees, 6 month workshop series designed to introduce and better connect fellows with the Houston art community. 
December 6, 2019
Geographic Boundaries
Houston’s Harris County and Contiguous Counties (Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Liberty, Montgomery and Waller).
Artadia is now accepting applications for their 2020 Houston Fellowship, which is designed to connect Houston’s diverse immigrant and refugee artists with other local artists and the international art world. Artadia fosters these connections through close collaborations with local partners, critical discourse, exhibition opportunities, and studio visits with renowned curators and artists to support and cultivate artistic excellence. Individual artists who identify as immigrants or refugees, working in any medium, at any stage in their career, living in Houston and its Contiguous Counties are strongly encouraged to apply. Fellows are invited to participate in conversations around art practice, sustainability, and Houston’s local art community while simultaneously receiving the resources to address needs specific to those communities.
Lawndale is a multidisciplinary contemporary art center that engages Houston communities with exhibitions and programs that explore the aesthetic, critical, and social issues of our time.
Lawndale believes in the role of art and artists to inspire and inform the world around us. Serving as an intimate gathering place to experience art and ideas, Lawndale seeks to foster connections between communities in Houston by presenting a diverse range of artistic practices and perspectives through exhibitions and programs.
Lawndale’s exhibitions and programs are produced with generous support from The Brown Foundation, Inc.; The Brown Foundation, Inc./Nancy O’Connor; David R. Graham/Felvis Foundation; the John R. Eckel, Jr. Foundation; Houston Endowment; Kathrine G. McGovern/The John P. McGovern Foundation; The National Endowment for the Arts; the Texas Commission on the Arts; The City of Houston; and The Wortham Foundation, Inc. Additional support provided by Benjamin Berg/Berg Hospitality, Illuminations Lighting Design, Lindsey Schechter/Houston Dairymaids, Saint Arnold Brewing Company, and Topo Chico.

Admission to all exhibitions and programs at Lawndale is free. Hours: Wednesday – Friday:12 – 6 PM, Saturday: 11 AM – 5 PM, and Sunday: 12 – 3 PM Closed Monday, Tuesdays, and national holidays. Lawndale, 4912 Main Street, Houston, TX 77002. Visit lawndaleartcenter.org or call 713-528-5858 for more information.
Lawndale, 4912 Main Street, Houston, TX 77002
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