(Online) QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship
Jun 29 2022
The Queens Museum (QM) is pleased to relaunch its fifth QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artists in New York City. Two visual artists will receive $20,000 each, individual studio space at the Queens Museum, professional development consultations, and close mentorship from QM staff members working toward an artist’s project. Fellows will move into the studios in October 2022 and will have access to studio space through September 2023. These one-year fellowships will culminate with the opening of solo project exhibitions at QM in Fall 2023.
Attend the online Information Session on June 29, 2022, 6-7:30pm EST for a detailed overview of the QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship and learn about the components of the application and selection process. You’ll have the opportunity to speak directly with program staff, as well as hear from the experiences of recent fellow Asif Mian (2020-2021) in attendance. There will be an extended Q+A session for all application related questions.
Click here to register.
Please note: Attending an information session is not mandatory, but attendance is encouraged.
Access information: This Information Session will have closed captions
To apply for the QM-Jerome Foundation Fellowship for Emerging Artists in New York City, click here.
Images, left to right and top to bottom: Meredith James, installation detail from Mobius City, 2015. Photo: Hai Zhang; Ronny Quevedo, no hay medio tiempo / there is no halftime (after Glissant and Quevedo), 2017. Photo: Argenis Apolinario; 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. Photo: Hai Zhang; Alexandria Smith, The Rooting Place, 2019. Photo: Hai Zhang; Asif Mian, detail view, Karmic Profile, 2021. Courtesy the artist; Julia Weist with Nestor Siré, installation view from 17.(SEPT) [By WeistSiréPC]™, 2017. Photo: Hai Zhang; American Artist, still from 2015, 2019. Courtesy the artist; Sable Elyse Smith, Landscape I, 2017. Photo: Hai Zhang; Casey Tang, Untitled (Rivers) (still), 2015. Courtesy the artist; Sydney Shen, installation view from Strange But True, 2021. Photo: Hai Zhang.