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HOW TO USE THIS WORKSHEET

This worksheet should be used as a template for you to prepare your application content. Utilize the space below the section headers to complete your responses. You may then simply copy-and-paste your responses into the online application, which you will be able to access starting December 1, 2014.


Remember:

  • Keep your text formatting simple (no italics, bold, underline, etc.), only basic spacing will be saved in the application.




  • Character count includes all spaces and punctuation. Visit www.charactercountonline.com for a free character counter.


SECTION I: ARTIST PROFILE & COLLABORATION INFORMATION

You will be required to provide basic information including your name, website, birth date, county of residence and basic questionnaire.
If you are submitting a collaborative application, you will be asked to provide the name, address, and contact information for each of your collaborators.
SECTION II: PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE QUESTIONNAIRE

You will be required to complete a brief questionnaire regarding your interest and access to arts resources in your community.


SECTION III: RESUME [LIMIT: 12,500 characters, approximately 2,000 words]
Your resume should include your education and a selected list of your professional achievements that reflect your artistic accomplishments in the category in which you are applying, such as exhibits, readings, honors, awards, commissions, collections, residencies, lectures, and publications. Format as a list, in reverse chronological order, listing the most recent dates first.
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SECTION IV: STATEMENTS
Please select the discipline that BEST describes the work in your application.

Choose from the list below, you may only select one
LITERARY ARTS VISUAL ARTS

Arts Criticism Art & Technology

Creative Non-Fiction Book Arts

Fiction Ceramics

Poetry Collage

Spoken Word Drawing

Experimental Forms Fiber

Interdisciplinary Work Glass

Installation

Metalwork

Painting

Photography

Performance Art

Printmaking

Sculpture

Video Art

Experimental Forms

Interdisciplinary Work




[1] DISCIPLINE STATEMENT [LIMIT: 250 characters max, approximately 40 words]
The discipline statement should provide additional explanation of your discipline, describe the specific genre your submitted work samples fit into, and provide any additional context for your discipline (i.e. the audience for your work, or a specific influence).
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[2] ARTIST BIOGRAPHY [LIMIT: 250 characters max, approximately 40 words]
The artist biography is a concise snapshot of you, your artistic career and practice, written in third person. It may note key themes in your practice, your medium, career highlights or other relevant information. Think of this as your “elevator pitch”.
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[3] ARTIST STATEMENT [LIMIT: 4,250 characters max; approximately 700 words]
Clearly explain your artistic work, vision and inspiration. You may want to address what your work means to you, what materials/techniques you use and why, where you find your inspiration to create, what ideas you are trying to communicate, the life experiences that have influenced your artistic vision, how your work relates to your development as an artist and/or how your work relates to other artists' work. The artist statement should be written in first person, present tense.
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[4] COMMUNITY IMPACT STATEMENT [LIMIT: 4,250 characters max; approximately 700 words]
The community impact statement should explain how your work impacts and inspires individuals and groups around you. It should provide insight into how your work reflects or enhances communities, locally or nationally, such as artistic communities, educational communities, neighborhoods, specific populations or audiences, or those you mentor. It is up to you to consider and define the community or communities that your work impacts. Your statement may speak to the communities you impact currently and/or those you hope to impact in the future.

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[5] NARRATIVE STATEMENT [LIMIT: 4,250 characters max; approximately 700 words]
The narrative statement should explain your overall plans for the fellowship period, how you will use the fellowship time, why the fellowship will be pivotal in the exploration of your art form and what the fellowship will contribute to the advancement of your career. The fellowships are merit-based and are not project grants, however, it is helpful to the panelists to get a sense for how the fellowship will impact your work.
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SECTION V: WORK SAMPLES

Use this section of the worksheet to prepare the work sample description that you will provide along with each of your work samples.


All applicants may submit 3-8 work samples in the sequence you prefer. You have been provided space to draft content for 8 work samples below – although some of you may not use all of these if you are including less than 8. Remember – more is not always best. Please refer to the guide for more information about acceptable file formats and labels.
NOTE: Length of complete work = pages or words for manuscripts, minutes for audio/video work samples.

WORK SAMPLE 1

Title:


Is this work sample an excerpt of the complete work?:

Your role in the creation of the work:

Length of complete work:

Medium (Visual Arts only):

Dimensions HxWxD (Visual Arts only):

Year completed, or “Work in Progress”:

Additional description [Limit: 500 characters, approximately 80 words]:

WORK SAMPLE 2

Title:


Is this work sample an excerpt of the complete work?:

Your role in the creation of the work:

Length of complete work:

Medium (Visual Arts only):

Dimensions HxWxD (Visual Arts only):

Year completed, or “Work in Progress”:

Additional description [Limit: 500 characters, approximately 80 words]:

WORK SAMPLE 3

Title:


Is this work sample an excerpt of the complete work?:

Your role in the creation of the work:

Length of complete work:

Medium (Visual Arts only):

Dimensions HxWxD (Visual Arts only):

Year completed, or “Work in Progress”:

Additional description [Limit: 500 characters, approximately 80 words]:

WORK SAMPLE 4

Title:


Is this work sample an excerpt of the complete work?:

Your role in the creation of the work:

Length of complete work:

Medium (Visual Arts only):

Dimensions HxWxD (Visual Arts only):

Year completed, or “Work in Progress”:

Additional description [Limit: 500 characters, approximately 80 words]:

WORK SAMPLE 5

Title:


Is this work sample an excerpt of the complete work?:

Your role in the creation of the work:

Length of complete work:

Medium (Visual Arts only):

Dimensions HxWxD (Visual Arts only):

Year completed, or “Work in Progress”:

Additional description [Limit: 500 characters, approximately 80 words]:

WORK SAMPLE 6

Title:


Is this work sample an excerpt of the complete work?:

Your role in the creation of the work:

Length of complete work:

Medium (Visual Arts only):

Dimensions HxWxD (Visual Arts only):

Year completed, or “Work in Progress”:

Additional description [Limit: 500 characters, approximately 80 words]:
WORK SAMPLE 7

Title:


Is this work sample an excerpt of the complete work?:

Your role in the creation of the work:

Length of complete work:

Medium (Visual Arts only):

Dimensions HxWxD (Visual Arts only):

Year completed, or “Work in Progress”:

Additional description [Limit: 500 characters, approximately 80 words]:

WORK SAMPLE 8

Title:


Is this work sample an excerpt of the complete work?:

Your role in the creation of the work:

Length of complete work:

Medium (Visual Arts only):

Dimensions HxWxD (Visual Arts only):

Year completed, or “Work in Progress”:

Additional description [Limit: 500 characters, approximately 80 words]:

ONLINE APPLICATION OPENS: DECEMBER 1, 2014



APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 22, 2015, 11:59 PM


QUEstIoNs? KRESGEARTSINDETROIT@COLLEGEFORCREATIVESTUDIES.EDU 313.664.1150







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