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      Open Call for the 2019-2020 QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship will be announced in winter 2019.

      The QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship is open to emerging visual artists living in the five boroughs of New York City. The Queens Museum defines an emerging artist as one who is at the dawn of their public career. The eligible artist has completed his or her studies, but has not had solo exhibitions at established commercial galleries or public institutions or received major grants. The category also includes artists who are well beyond their studies, and may have participated in group exhibitions but have not received extensive press or market recognition. These artists may have exhibited their work in other countries on a limited basis, but have not had major exhibition opportunities in the US or in New York in particular.

      Past fellows:
      2014-2015: Meredith James, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Casey Tang
      2016-2017: Ronny Quevedo, Sable Elyse Smith, Julia Weist

      “The QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship was an immensely positive experience. The scale of funding allowed me to undertake a far more ambitious project than I would have been able to otherwise in preparation for my exhibition at the museum.”
      — Julia Weist

      “Through every step before and after mounting the exhibition, I felt within reach of the sources that could facilitate solutions. This speaks to the knowledge and experience of the staff at the Museum. It was not often that I needed to look beyond the diverse voices available, ranging from the curatorial team to facilities manager.”
      — Ronny Quevedo

      “The QM-Jerome fellowship gave me space, time and funding to experiment with scale, materials, and architecture in ways I had not had the opportunity to in the past… Through this fellowship, I had the opportunity to teach a multilingual and intergenerational ‘zine-making class which allowed me to see the potential of an exhibition project that integrates all elements of my practice as both an artist and educator.”
      — Kameelah Janan Rasheed

      A five-person jury will review applications and make the selection. [The jury will be made up of the Queens Museum’s Director of Exhibitions; Assistant Curator; Assistant Curator for Public Programs; and two other arts professionals, one of whom will be based outside New York City.]

      Image:

      Left to right: Kameelah Janan Rasheed, installation detail from Source Material for a Poem I’ve Been Trying to Write about Casual Superlatives, National Progress and Palate Cleansers, 2015; Meredith James, installation detail from Mobius City, 2015; Casey Tang, still from Untitled (Rivers), 2015, courtesy the artist; Julia Weist with Nestor Siré, installation view from 17.(SEPT) [By WeistSiréPC]™, 2017; Ronny Quevedo, no hay medio tiempo / there is no halftime (after Glissant and Quevedo), 2017, photo: Argenis Apolinario; Sable Elyse Smith, Landscape I, 2017. All photos courtesy Hai Zhang unless otherwise noted.

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