For Trinity College Undergraduates
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APPLICATION DEADLINES are
August 1 and December 1 for Fall and Spring, respectively.
About the Fellowship Program
Are you an artist? A computer whiz? Do you play or compose music? Can you shoot and edit videos? Do you paint, sculpt, or work in metal or glass? Weave baskets? Are you a writer, or a poet? Can you design a website, or maintain a blog? Are you a photographer? An actor? A calligrapher? An engineer? An entrepreneur? An athlete?
Whatever your passion or talent, we invite you to explore it through a Fellowship at the Watkinson Library. The vision for this program is to create support for self-directed students to explore the collections in the Watkinson, encounter an item or a group of items that spark inspiration, and engage with that material to produce something new.
Projects may take any form: drawing, painting, sculpture, writing, music, video, virtual (digital), performance, or any other medium you can think of. A committee will review student applications, and grant the awards based on the feasibility, relevance, and significance of the projects. A proposal must demonstrate that the project can be accomplished in one semester, that it is clearly based on or inspired by an item or collection in the Watkinson, and why the project is significant enough to merit support.
Only those who will be sophomores, juniors, or seniors (or full-time IDP students) during their Fellowship may apply, and all students must list a faculty reference. A Fellowship is for one semester, and comes with a stipend of $1,000. Students are expected to meet weekly with the Curator to report on progress. The purpose of the fellowship program is to support the production of creative projects based on or inspired by materials held in the Watkinson Library. Watkinson Fellows will present their projects at a reception at the end of the spring term, 2014. Click here for application
Click here for more information about creative fellowships
Head Curator & Librarian, Watkinson Library