The Environmental Arts and Humanities Initiative is honored to be co-sponsoring an Art-Science Fellowship for OSU students. This year-long fellowship offers students the opportunity to explore the intersection of the arts and sciences. Students will develop a creative project informed by active engagement in lab or field research. Fellows will be awarded a $1,000 stipend, a modest materials budget, ongoing networking opportunities, art and science mentorship, and a residency at the Cabin at Shotpouch Creek to work on their art-sci projects.
For the fellowship, we are broadly defining the arts to include visual arts, writing, performing arts, and mixed media. In the sciences, our focus is on physical and biological sciences including, but not limited to, biology/microbiology, botany, earth science, forestry, chemistry/biochemistry, oceanography, and physics.
Applications are due May 1. Click here to find out more, and to apply.