Land Arts of the American West (LAAW) at the University of New Mexico is now accepting applications for the 2019 Fall program.
The LAAW program is a full-time committment (12 credit hours) for Fall Semester, which follows the UNM calendar and is approximately the middle of August through the middle of December. The semester is organized into 6 weeks of nonconsecutive travel across the Southwest and 10 weeks of University seminars, critiques, independent studio time, and exhibition preparation/presentation. Field time is divided between investigative sites and work sites. Investigative sites include workshops and/or in-place research conducted with visiting artists, writers, scholars, professionals, and the sites themselves. Work sites include spaces conducive to individual experimentation, as well as collaborative projects engaged with visiting artists, organizations, and communities. LAAW student groups range in size from 8-12 participants.
Graduate and Advanced Undergraduate Studio Art students are encouraged to apply, as well as students and creative practitioners outside the field of studio art.
Students accepted into Land Arts must enroll at the University of New Mexico as degree or non-degree seeking students. Tuition costs are based on 12 credit hour tuition rates and additional LAAW course fees. Current tuition rates can be found at: http://bursar.unm.edu/tuition-info/tuition-and-fee-rates.html
Please submit the following in your application:
Please email questions and applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now accepting applications for the Fall of 2019
Land Arts of the American West, with support from Lannan Foundation, is offering up to $4,500 in scholarship funding to support undergraduate and graduate students of color and underrepresented minorities enrolling in Fall 2019 Land Arts of the American West program. The scholarship is open to students across all colleges at UNM, but students must be enrolling and participating in Fall 2019 Land Arts of the American West program. The scholarship will be issued for Fall 2019. Please see Grant Information for details.