Call for Art and Race Amity Conference Scholarship – Guidelines and Application Form

Guidelines for Scholarship Applicants

  1. Open to anyone age 18 years or older.
  2. Four scholarships are available. Scholarship includes registration for the National Race Amity Conference, meals, hotel accomodation in Quincy, MA, and a small stipend to help with travel costs.
  3. Applicants are to submit a brief summary by November 3, 2019 describing why they would like to participate in this conference and the Call for Art, and what art form they may use.
  4. Awardees will attend the National Race Amity Conference – Thursday, November 21st – Saturday, November 23rd, and are encouraged to attend the full conference if possible.
  5. Submissions will be in line with Vision and Mission of Artists Building Capacity as World Citizens (ABC-WC), suitable for a general audience, and be non-partisan in nature.
  6. The agreement of understanding between the nonprofit organization, ABC-WC, and the awardee will be the submision, by January 31, 2020, of an original work of art, or concept of the art, inspired by the conference – for example: a painting, music, song, craft, video, poetry, essay with visuals, a dramatic reading, sculpture.
  7. Each awardee will present their created work to the public in a small gathering in the Seacoast area near Portsmouth, NH on a future, mutually agreed-upon date in early 2020. This gathering will be sponsored by ABC-WC. A small stipend to help with travel costs will be available as needed.
  8. All art will be the sole property of the creating artist.
  9. The artist will give ABC-WC permission to post their work, with attribution, on ABC-WC website: www.abcworldcitizens.org
  10. ABC-WC reserves the right to decline submissions if they are not in line with the organization’s Vision and Mission (#5 above).
  11. Contact for questions: info@abcworldcitizens.org

Application Form

Please submit your application by November 3, 2019

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