Residency: Fellowship for Female Native American Visual Artist, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA
Sarah Stanley Gordon Edwards and Archibald Cason Edwards Endowment for Fellowships
An endowed fellowship in honor of Sarah Stanley Gordon Edwards and Archibald Cason Edwards offers a two week-long residency for a female Native American Visual Artist at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Sarah Stanley Gordon Edwards was a professor of biology at the University of Central Oklahoma. Archibald Cason Edwards, a Greek and Latin Major at Harvard, was a businessman who published stories in Prairie Schooner.
This fellowship fully funds an annual two-week residency for women Visual Artists ages thirty and older, with a preference to be given to Native American women.
The first of these residencies will be awarded in Fiscal Year 2016.
To apply: vcca.slideroom.com