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IFAI Fellowship Program

Please forward this link to sophomore and junior students in New Haven who are interested in ART!

 

The International Festival of Arts &  Ideas is excited to begin recruiting for our 2015 Fellowship Program. We are looking to choose 10 New Haven students to participate in a semester long after school seminar, one day a week until the Festival in June when they will be immersed in Festival events. Students will write about, discuss, and experience many different types of art. They also will learn about how non-profit organizations like the IFAI put together hundreds of performances in one town for a jam packed two week experience. Fellowship Students will be able to experience 30+ Festival events for FREE. At the end of the Fellowship Program students who have fulfilled their duties as a fellow will receive a $500 stipend and will have made countless connections with the Festival’s professional staff, Board of Directors, and the many artists who grace New Haven for two weeks every year!

 

PLEASE NOTE: Students must be in 10th or 11th grade and must be eligible for free or reduced lunch.

 

Priority Deadline is December 19th

Final Deadline is January 5th

 

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