DEADLINE: October 9, 2019
NCECA’s purpose is to promote and improve the ceramic arts through education, research, and creative practice. The NCECA Helene Zucker Seeman Curatorial, Research, and Critical Writing Fellowship for Women has been created to encourage, support, and develop research, curatorial work, and critical writing in the field of ceramics. Monetary support received through this fellowship may be applied to direct costs associated with research related to and/or production of an exhibition. The subject(s) and goal(s) of inquiry must be described in the project description. We use an inclusive definition of the terms “woman” and “female”. We welcome trans and cis women as well as genderqueer, and non-binary people.
The applicant must make a project proposal for use of the $2,000 award, and must submit additional materials as specified in the Application Process. The award also includes a one-year membership with NCECA and a complimentary 2020 conference pass. The Fellowship recipient will be notified of the selection in late 2019 and publicly announced during the closing ceremonies of the 2020 conference, in Richmond, Virginia, March 25-28. 2020.