Van Alen Institute invites applications for the 2008-2009 New York Prize Fellowship. Fellowships support advanced research and experimental practice in public architecture. Fellows are based at the Institute, where they generate publicly accessible projects on the most significant issues shaping public life and the built environment today.
The Institute welcomes proposals for public projects from emerging scholars and practitioners in the design and planning disciplines, and other fields in the arts, humanities and sciences. Up to five Van Alen Institute Resident Fellowships and one Partnered Fellowship with the Social Science Research Council will be awarded for residency periods of three months in the Fall, Spring, or Summer of 2008-2009. Fellowship awards include project support, work and gallery space at the Institute, publication in Public Practice, stipend, and a range of project production, research, and programming resources.
For more information about the Institute’s fellowship awards, please visit the website below.