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The world is moved by art and visual artists. Culture is changed by compelling narratives of different mediums and many different canvases.
The Ubuntu Art Collaborative International Fellowship supports artists and visuals who happen to be of the African Diaspora and is working in narrative art forms. In 2023, we will select 10 from the continent of Africa and 10 from the American continent for a total of 20 fellows to participate in workshops and conversations around: defining and broadening their audiences, demystifying career paths and opportunities, and methods for building support for a creative practice both within their individual communities as well as in the larger national arts community.
The Ubuntu Art Collaborative International Fellowship is open to African and African-American artists working in a lead creative role in narrative-oriented art forms (painting, drawing, visual storytelling, illustration, virtual and digital art, etc.) with some experience in their chosen medium.
(These ranges are only to be used as a reference and are not a requirement for application.)
2 professional development workshops and facilitated conversations
Applications for the 2023 Ubuntu Art Collaborative International Fellowship are now closed.
For specific questions regarding the fellowship, please email email@example.com
4 Original Works of Art for the use of our charitable organizations and the promotion of art exhibits arranged and sponsored by Ubuntu Arts Collaborative International, Inc.
Workshops to be included
Visual Artists interested in applying for a fellowship can begin the application process online. Please look for dates and information on enrollment here.
Just received his Master's in Art (Fine and Applied) in 2023 from Tai Solarin University of Education, Ogun State, Nigeria