Peripheral Vision Arts is an artist-run organization administering merit-based Publication Fellowships for emerging and mid-career American visual artists. We pair creators with professional critics to produce original essays and interviews for publication in Peripheral Vision, an interdisciplinary journal of the visual arts. Our Publication Fellowships are open to creators working in all visual art genres, including Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Installation, Performance Art, Video Art, Sound Art, Public Art, Social Practice, New Genres, Intermedia, Computer Art, Activism, Street + Graffiti Art. Additionally, we administer two art competitions and two curated online art exhibitions annually, which include various publication opportunities or stipends. Click the "Apply" tab to learn about available fellowship opportunities.
Since our official launch in May 2016 we have awarded 59 Publication Fellowships to professional artists and have commissioned over 115,000 words of content. Our fellows include distinguished art faculty, alums, residents, grant recipients and fellows of: SAIC, SVA, RISD, University of North Texas, Columbia U., Ohio State U., Arizona State, University of Washington in St. Louis, U. of Wisconsin in Madison, Vermont Studio Center, MASS MoCA, New American Paintings, David Bown Projects, Ucross Foundation, Harpo Foundation, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Puffin Foundation, NEA Rockefeller Foundation, American Academy in Rome, Ox Bow, Sculpture Space, Arts Letters & Numbers, Windgate, Brooklyn Arts Council, Experimental Television Fund, Greater Ohio Arts Council, Fulbright Specialist Grant, Andy Warhol Foundation regional re-grants, Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas, Kansas Arts Commission, Creative Work Fund, Dallas Museum of Art Dozier Travel Grant, and numerous other venues and institutions. Learn about our distinguished contributing critics.
See Flynn's Profile at http://www.peripheralvisionarts.org/flynn-profile