The McKnight Fellowships for Visible Artists is a extremely aggressive fellowship program that identifies gifted Minnesota visible artists whose work is of remarkable inventive benefit and who’re at a profession stage that’s past rising. Every year, this system helps established artists by offering unrestricted awards of $25,000 that may assist an artist put aside time for examine, reflection, experimentation, and exploration; make the most of a chance; or work on a brand new venture.
Along with the money award, the fellows invite 5 nationally acknowledged critics into their studios for in-depth conversations about their work. Two of the critics return to take part within the public panel dialogue that pairs one in every of them with two or three McKnight Visible Artist Fellows.
McKnight Visible Artist Dialogue Collection Schedule
- Thursday, April 6, 6:30pm (CT)
Jasmine Wahi, founder and co-director of Venture for Empty Area, in dialog with McKnight 2021 fellows David Bowen, Mara Duvra, and Rotem Tamir
- Thursday, April 20, 6:30pm (CT)
Gregory Volk, New York-based artwork critic and freelance curator, in dialog with McKnight 2021 fellows Ben Moren and Dyani White Hawk
The dialogue sequence is co-presented with the Minneapolis Institute of Artwork. Fellowships are generously funded by the McKnight Basis and administered by the Minneapolis School of Artwork and Design.
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