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Artist Fellowships

Artist Fellowships

The LUX Center for the Arts Fellowship allows artists to volunteer in exchange for space and facility access. There are three types of fellowships; senior, studio assistant, and junior.

Senior and Studio Assistant Fellowship Benefits:

24/hour access to the studio
One shelf in the community studio or storage room
50% off LUX class registration
Equipment access (including kilns student work gets priority)
Basic studio glazes and slips
Participation in Fellows group exhibitions
Participation in special private events and tours for LUX artists

Senior Fellows

Senior Fellows are all about community engagement and supporting emerging artists through the educational contributions they make to the shared studio. Typically, they are practicing artists with their own studio who have been involved with the LUX for an extended period. The tasks they complete are tracked on an annual basis instead of a monthly basis.

All Senior Fellows are expected to:

Volunteer to teach 1 hands-on or demonstrative workshop per year to Studio Assistant Fellows. Typically lasts around 2 hours.
Donate a piece of their artwork to the annual Eat, Drink, Art benefit auction.
Volunteer for the Auction (event itself OR prep/setup/teardown)
Volunteer for one shift for Community Events held by the LUX (event itself OR prep/setup/teardown)
Support other fellows & residents as needed
Special assigned tasks per individual:

 

Studio Assistant Fellows

Studio Assistant Fellows are focused on building their artistic skills and supporting the shared studio through their labor contributions. Typically, they are emerging artists who do not yet have their own studio and have been committed Junior Fellows for a predetermined amount of time. The tasks they complete are tracked on a monthly basis.

All Studio Assistant Fellows are expected to:

Volunteer at LUX 3 hours per week
Make clay (Ceramics Center Fellows) Keep all surfaces that they use clean – floors, sinks, shelves, and boards
Volunteer for the Auction (event itself OR prep/setup/teardown)
Volunteer for one shift for Community Events held by the LUX (event itself OR prep/setup/teardown)
Tasks as assigned

 

Junior Fellows

Junior Fellowship Benefits:

Access to the studio during studio hours
Half a shelf in the community studio or storage room
25% off LUX class registration
Equipment access (including kilns student work gets priority)
Basic studio glazes and slips
Participation in Fellows group exhibitions
Participation in special private events and tours for LUX artists

Junior Fellows are focused on beginning to build their artistic skills and supporting the shared studio through their labor contributions. Typically, they do not yet have their own studio and may not be formally trained artists. The tasks they complete are tracked on a monthly basis.

All Junior Fellows are expected to:

Volunteer at the LUX 1.5 hours per week
Keep all surfaces that they use clean – floors, sinks, shelves, and boards
Volunteer for the Auction (event itself OR prep/setup/teardown)
Volunteer for one shift for Community Events held by the LUX (event itself OR prep/setup/teardown)
Tasks as assigned

 

 

Artist Fellowship Application 

 
 

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