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The MacColl Johnson fellowship program is considered to be one of the largest no-strings-attached awards available to artists in the United States, providing up to three fellowships each year, rotating among composers, writers and visual artists on a three-year cycle.
The $25,000 awards allow artists to concentrate time on the creative process, focus on personal or professional development, expand their body of work and explore new directions. In the last 9 years, 27 composers, writers and visual artists have received more than $675,000. We hear from six of these recipients as they talk about the impact of the fellowship on the evolution of their work and their career paths.
Watch the videos below!
Sidy Maiga 2011 Fellow
Lynne Harlow 2010 Fellow
Erik Carlson 2008 Fellow
Marie Myung-Ok Lee 2009 Fellow
Michael Morse 2012 Fellow
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew 2007 Fellow
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