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https://directory.calarts.edu/directory/sarah-umlesFaculty Grants, Awards & Projects

Faculty Creative Leave Awards & Projects

The Faculty Creative Leave Program provides Regular and Technical
Faculty with the opportunity to focus exclusively for one semester on
the development of artistic, scholarly and/or teaching practices. More information.

Research & Practice Fellowship Program

The Research & Practice Fellowship Program provides opportunities for students to develop the artistic, intellectual, and practice-based tools that will enable them to chart their own path to success through directed, one-on-one learning experiences with renowned faculty. The program simultaneously provides faculty members with student fellows to support their projects, allowing faculty members to focus on their own artistic work while introducing future artists to the structure of life in the arts. More information.

Travel & Professional Development Grant

The Travel & Professional Development Grant supports travel to conferences, workshops and skill-building trainings. More information.

Nick England Intercultural Arts Project (ICAP) Awards

The Nick England Intercultural Arts Project (ICAP) Awards
was established at CalArts in 1988 to help increase and sustain the
presence of artists from many different cultures (emphasis on artists who live and work beyond the Eurocentric sphere while maintaining the aesthetic perspective of their specific backgrounds). The Project seeks to foster the mutual exchange of aesthetic, social, and political concerns through artistic interaction among diverse artists, the CalArts community and the wider constituencies of Southern California.

This award is available for faculty and current students. Schools, programs or individuals may submit project proposals for consideration. Grant applications are reviewed by the Grants Subcommittee of the Diversity Committee. More Information. Questions? Contact Sarah Umles, Office of the Provost. 

Student Grants

Nick England Intercultural Arts Project (ICAP) Awards

The Nick England Intercultural Arts Project (ICAP) Awards
was established at CalArts in 1988 to help increase and sustain the
presence of artists from many different cultures (emphasis on artists
who live and work beyond the Eurocentric sphere while maintaining the
aesthetic perspective of their specific backgrounds). The Project seeks
to foster the mutual exchange of aesthetic, social, and political
concerns through artistic interaction among diverse artists, the CalArts
community and the wider constituencies of Southern California.

This award is available for faculty and current students. Schools, programs or individuals may submit project proposals for consideration. Grant applications are reviewed by the Grants Subcommittee of the Diversity Committee. More Information. Questions? Contact Sarah Umles, Office of the Provost. 

Diversity Student Projects Grants

Modest grants of $300 to fund student projects in support of diversity at CalArts through interaction, education, and practice are available. Collaborative proposals involving participants from more than one School are encouraged, and projects must be open and accessible to the Institute as a whole. It is important to clearly articulate how your project promotes diversity. Please note that this grant does not support travel. Grant applications are reviewed by the Grants Subcommittee of the Diversity Committee. More Information. Questions? Contact Sarah Umles, Office of the Provost. 

Interdisciplinary Project Grants

Interdisciplinary Project Grants are available to students who will be enrolled at CalArts during the semester of the award. Grants are available for up to $1,500 to support projects with a significant interdisciplinary element. More informationQuestions? Contact Sarah Umles, Office of the Provost.

Student Travel Grants

Travel grants are sponsored by the Office of the President and Office of the Provost. Students may request up to $250 to support travel in conjunction with a class project. Grants are awarded as long as funds are available. More information. Questions? Contact Sarah Umles, Office of the Provost. 

Last edited by sumles on Jul 28, 2016
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