About the Fellowship
Established in 2013 by VCCA Fellow Mary D. Edwards in honor of her parents Sarah Stanley Gordon Edwards and Archibald Cason Edwards Senior, this fully-funded, two-week fellowship aims to support female-identifying visual artists, with strong preference given to Native Americans. All Native American visual artists are encouraged to apply.
The VCCA residency at Mt. San Angelo includes a private bedroom with private bath, a separate individual studio, and three meals a day in a community of cross-disciplinary artists.
Eligibility: Native American visual artists and/or female-identifying visual artists
Residencies Available: May 1 – August 31, 2022
Length of Fellowship: Two weeks
Application Deadline: September 15, 2021
Application Fee: $50
Notification by: December 31, 2021
About Sarah Stanley Gordon Edwards and Archibald Cason Edwards Senior
Sarah Stanley Gordon Edwards was a professor of biology at the University of Central Oklahoma. Archibald Cason Edwards Senior, a Greek and Latin Major at Harvard, was a businessman who published stories in Prairie Schooner.