NEW YORK'TA ATÖLYE PROGRAMI BURSU İÇİN AÇIK ÇAĞRI

Amerikan Türk Cemiyeti tarafından bu yıl onbirincisi verilecek School of Visual Arts New York Yaz Atölye Programı Bursu için başvurular kabul edilmektedir.
 

RESİM VE KARIŞIK MEDYA veya GÜZEL SANATLAR: ÇAĞDAŞ UYGULAMALAR

1. Dönem : 3 Haziran - 5 Temmuz, 2019
2. Dönem : 8 Temmuz - 9 Ağustos, 2019

Son Başvuru Tarihi: 1 Nisan, 2019

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OPEN CALL FOR SVA SUMMER RESIDENCY IN NEW YORK

 The American Turkish Society welcomes applications for the eleventh year of the scholarship to attend the School of Visual Arts Summer Residency Program in New York City.


PAINTING AND MIXED MEDIA or FINE ARTS: CONTEMPORARY PRACTICES

Session 1: June 3-July 5, 2019
Session 2: July 8-August 9, 2019

Application Deadline: April 1, 2019


To apply click here.

About The School of Visual Arts (SVA)

The School of Visual Arts (SVA) was founded in 1947 in New York City. It seeks to educate students through undergraduate degree programs, which prepare them for professions in visual arts. 

The SVA Summer Residency Program

The Summer Residency Program at The School of Visual Arts (SVA) is an internationally-renowned program that offers artists, designers and creative thinkers time, space and a supportive community in which to develop ideas and focus on their artistic direction. Summer residents each have their own semi-private studio housed within SVA’s MFA Fine Arts department. Work in the studio is supported by individual studio visits from core faculty as well as from visiting artists, critics and arts professionals. The program culminates in an open studio exhibition, which enables the participants to present their work to the public.

Scholarships for Turkish artists

Each year, The American Turkish Society offers a scholarship to a Turkish artist to attend SVA’s Summer Residency Program. Following a competitive selection process, SVA rewards one Turkish artist to benefit from the scholarship. SVA supports the scholarship program by waiving the tuition fee and ATS provides funding for the artist’s visa, travel, housing, living costs as well as funds needed for materials to participate in the program.