Projecting All Voices Program
Trenzando, performance by former fellow Carolina Aranibar-Fernandez, supported by Projecting All Voices.
Photo by Katie Ann Franklin, image courtesy of the artist.
Projecting All Voices supports racial equity and inclusion in the arts so that our nation’s cultural life honors and represents the full creative diversity of our country’s population and is a program of the Studio for Creativity, Place and Equitable Communities. The fellowship is generously supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and provides opportunities for artists and culture workers to advance ideas and projects that investigate race, identity, cultural heritage, power, policy, ability and/or place and community.
Through a partnership between the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and ASU Gammage, we seek to inform how educational and cultural institutions must adapt to prepare, support and advance the creative voices of a changing America through an equitable lens and framework of practice.
The Projecting All Voices fellowship supports underrepresented artists from the Southwest region who are interested in exploring issues of racial equity in the arts. Fellows are part of, and work within, communities underrepresented in higher education and art institutions.
We support the advancement of artists from Southwest communities by activating ASU’s network of resources, including mentorship, unrestricted financial support, professional development experiences, opportunities to develop and present their work, and connection to experts in the field.
The fellows inform conversations about how educational and cultural institutions must adapt to prepare, support and advance the creative voices of a changing America through an equitable lens and framework of practice.
The next cohort
The 2022-2023 Projecting All Voices Fellowship will take place from June 2022 to November 2023. The deadline to apply via Submittable was April 3, 2022. Residency in Arizona during the fellowship is not required, and travel will be scheduled to visit the campus during the fellowship. Applicants must live and work in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and/or Sovereign Tribal Nations within the geographic Southwest. All fellows receive an unrestricted $38,000 honorarium and additional resources and support from ASU.
2022-2023 Projecting All Voices Fellows announcement coming soon!
2020-21 Projecting All Voices Fellows