Due Date: December 1, 2018
The Center for Ballet and the Arts at New York City University (NYU) is a worldwide research study institute for artists and scholars of ballet and its associated arts and sciences. It exists to influence originalities and brand-new ballets, broadening the method we consider the art kind’s history, practice, and efficiency in the 21 st century.
The CBA Fellowship Program welcomes artists and scholars to The Center to establish self-directed jobs that broaden the method they consider ballet. Fellows originate from a plethora of disciplines and bring a breadth of experience to the residency. They are not needed to be specialists in ballet. The fellowship supplies time for fellows to do their work and a location to share their knowledge and believing with one another.
- Usage of CBA’s dance studio, workplaces, and meeting room
- Real estate, as required and readily available
- Big salami transport to and from New York City City
- J-1 visa assistance
Citizen Fellows and Fellows for the Research Study of Russia and Ballet are granted $750 weekly. Virginia B. Toulmin Fellows get $2,500 weekly.
For all CBA Fellowships:
- Scholar or artist pursuing an initial job connected to ballet and its associated arts and sciences
- Applicants using as scholars should have Ph.D.
- Candidates should reveal remarkable pledge and/or have actually shown substantial achievements in their field.
- Ballet knowledge not needed.
- Trainees are not qualified.
For Virginia B. Toulmin Fellowship for Women Leaders in Dance:
- Females developer (e.g. author, choreographer) in the field of dance pursuing an initial job connected to ballet and its associated arts and sciences
For Fellowship for the Research Study of Russia and Ballet:
- Scholar pursuing an initial job connected to Russia and Ballet
In addition to the application, candidates should send a resume, 2 work samples, and 2 recommendation letters. All applications should remain in English.
For additional information, go to CBA Fellowship Program