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Tulsa Artist Fellowship (TAF) Now Accepting 2019 Applications, Award Includes Live/Work Space and $20,000 Stipend

Awarding up to 30 new fellowships totaling over $1 million in stipends, fellows will receive free housing and workspace in the Tulsa Arts District.

Joel Daniel Phillips

The Tulsa Artist Fellowship (TAF) is currently accepting 2019 applications for its year-long visual and literary arts fellowship program in Tulsa, Oklahoma. TAF provides unrestricted awards of $20,000 and living and workspace in the Tulsa Arts District to provide artists with the time and space to create while enhancing the thriving Tulsa arts scene.

All fellowships are merit-based grants, not project grants, and fellows will be expected to integrate into the local community by participating in local programs, symposiums and more.

A selection panel and advisory committee consisting of art leaders and professionals throughout the country travel to Tulsa to make the fellowship selections. For each discipline category, visual and literary, up to 15 fellowships will be awarded based on the quality of entries.

Applications for the 2019 Tulsa Artist Fellowship are due on March 1, 2018. The fellowship will begin in January 2019.

About Tulsa Artist Fellowship
Established by the George Kaiser Family Foundation in 2015, the Tulsa Artist Fellowship enhances Tulsa’s arts scene by recruiting and retaining visual and literary artists to Tulsa, Oklahoma where they have the time and space to create while contributing to a thriving arts community.

For more information and to apply, visit tulsaartistfellowship.org.