In partnership with the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University, the Newington-Cropsey Foundation invites students in the Gallatin School (both undergraduates and graduate students) to apply for its annual fellowship for emerging artists and scholars. The fellowship gives students a unique opportunity to participate in seminars, study trips, and public forums where they can present and develop their own work, while building crucial connections within the artistic and academic world. In addition to intellectual support, the fellowship includes access to the library at the Newington-Cropsey Academy of the Arts in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, where fellows are assigned their own desk space.
The Newington-Cropsey Foundation preserves and displays the home and artwork of Jasper F. Cropsey, Hudson River School artist. Cropsey's home, Ever Rest, is listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. Through its work, the Foundation provides an opportunity for the public to experience historical and cultural examples of life in the Hudson Valley in the 19th century, as well as an opportunity to enjoy the works and home of one of America's finest artists.
Undergraduate Students with strong academic records OR Graduate Students enrolled in Gallatin’s M.A. Program who have completed 12 credits while at Gallatin.
The "In-Residence" Library Program will focus on the academic fields of the Classics, Dante, Shakespeare, Art History and Cultural History-Social Change.
Four (4) Fellows, consisting of Graduate or Undergraduate students, will be “In Residence” at the Hastings Academy of the Art on a weekly basis on either: Wednesday, Thursday or Friday where the expanded library will be available for their respective research, in a non-internet area. During lunch/tea time, there will be discussions to foster Fellowship on topics of interest to the Fellows. Participation in these discussions, organized by the Foundation, is mandatory.
Throughout the year, in the tradition of the great books, The Academy will organize lectures, colloquia, and artistic programs and provide a forum for the exchange of ideas guided by scholars in the respective fields outlined above.
The Fellowship will cover the periods between October 15th through December 15th and from January 15th to April 15th for a total of five (5) months. Fellows receive a stipend of $500.00 per month.
Fellows that do not meet their academic and attendance requirements will have their Fellowship terminated.