Columbia University: Artist Fellowship (France)
Bringing together creative artists of all kinds with scholars from across the humanities and sciences, the purpose of the Institute is to question the established ways in which knowledge is defined, produced, and taught.
The Fellowship stipend is $37,500 per term, or $75,000 for a full academic year (September through May). Fellows also have their own office at the Institute in Paris, administrative and research support and access to Columbia’s libraries and various research facilities in Paris and in Europe.
The fellowship is open to creative artists of all kinds (including visual artists, filmmakers, writers, composers, poets, thinkers and others), from anywhere in the world excluding the USA. Creative writers (novelists, poets, playwrights, journalists, essayists) must demonstrate a record of publication; visual artists, musicians, and performers must have a significant body of work that has been exhibited or performed in public.