We are looking for researchers, community organizers, technologists, educators, artists, and everyone in between who is willing to contribute more to the art and anthropology disciplines. Those who are awarded the fellowship will have free and full access to all Sensefield exhibition events.
How to Apply
Our Sensefield Fellows program invites outstanding individuals who are creating or employing art and anthropology research in ways that uplift communities facing systemic inequality and help bring about justice and social equity. Fellows will be expected to:
Fill out the application form.
Willing to attend more than four events during the Sensefield exhibition.
Capable of actively sharing personal knowledge, skills, or experience with other event participants during the Q&A or discussion time.
Give a 3 mins lightning talk of their reflections in the Online Closing Party event.
Those who are awarded the fellowship will have free and full access to all Sensefield exhibition events.
We seek individuals who:
Are rooted in projects and communities that are doing art and anthropology-related research.
Work directly with and for under-resourced communities — such as populations that have no internet, for whom internet access is too expensive to afford, or for whom access is censored, surveilled, or otherwise compromised.
Believe in the importance of connecting and strengthening communities.