Webinar: FAQ with Rose Fellows
The Rose Fellowship partners community-engaged architects and artists with local community development organizations. Together, we facilitate an inclusive approach that creates and preserves sustainable, healthy and affordable communities.
- Our architectural fellows are designers with an accredited degree in architecture and a passion for applying their skills in a community development context.
- For this program, artists are defined as socially-engaged creative practitioners, teaching artists, and culture bearers working in all disciplines – including but not limited to: visual arts, performance, digital media, dance, theater, literary arts and multi-media. Qualification requirements are specified in the work plans below.
- Applicants for architectural fellowships must have an NAAB-Accredited Professional Architecture degree (B.Arch, M.Arch) or an equivalent level of professional experience
- Applicants for the arts fellowships must demonstrate experience in applying their artistic or cultural practice in a community-engaged context. We seek applicants with a minimum of either a Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent level of professional experience.
- Applicants must be eligible to work in the U.S. for the entire fellowship period.
- Resume or CV demonstrating relevant academic and community experience
- Essays and response to work plan
- In-person Interview