The Bogliasco Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of Fellowship awards for fall 2013 and spring 2014.
A full list of upcoming Bogliasco Fellows and residents is listed below. Bogliasco Fellowships have been awarded to 57 individuals from 19 countries.
Recipients include Molissa Fenley (USA), Dance; Juan Carlos Cremata (Cuba), Film/Video; Toril Moi (Norway), Humanities Scholarship; Amanda Michalopoulou (Greece), Literature; Lewis Spratlan (USA), Music; Basil Twist (USA), Theater; and Ellen Altfest (USA), Visual Arts.
2013-2014 Fellows and Residents
Charlotte Bray Germany
Robert Carl United States
Donald Crockett United States
Amit Gilutz Israel
Jorge Grossmann Brazil
Jean Pierre Giovanelli France
Alvin Singleton United States
Edward T. Cone Bogliasco Fellow in Music, funded by the Edward T. Cone Foundation Lewis Spratlan United States; Aaron Copland Bogliasco Fellow in Music, funded by the Aaron Copland Fund for Music
The Bogliasco Foundation is a nonprofit based in the United States that administers the international Fellowship program at the Study Center in Bogliasco, Italy. The Foundation is one of the only residency programs in the world dedicated to bringing together artists and scholars from all nations and from all of the humanistic disciplines:
Archaeology, Architecture/Landscape Architecture, Classics, Dance, Film/Video, History, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theater, and the Visual Arts. In 17 years of operations, the Bogliasco Foundation has awarded Fellowships to more than 750 individuals from 50 countries.
On September 27, the Bogliasco Foundation will begin accepting applications for fall 2014 and spring 2015 at www.bfny.org. Application materials must be submitted online in advance of two annual deadlines: January 15 and April 15, 2014.
Additional winners for 2013-14:
Faye Driscoll United States
Molissa Fenley United States
Paula Josa-Jones United States
Cosmin Manolescu Romania
Maria Helena Nurmela Finland
Helen Simoneau Canada
Juan Carlos Cremata Cuba
Leo Biaggi de Blasys Bogliasco Fellow, funded by the Biaggi Family Shaun Irons United States Sandra Nettelbeck Germany Tiziana Panizza Chile Lauren Petty United States
Derek Attridge (Literature-Scholarship) United Kingdom Anne-Marie Baron (Literature Scholarship) France Dympna Callaghan (Literature-Scholarship) United States William Carroll (Literature-Scholarship) United States SAA Bogliasco Fellow, in partnership with the Shakespeare Association of America Lewis Cohen (Philosophy) United States Gerald Dworkin (Philosophy) United States Lori Anne Ferrell (Literature-Scholarship) United States Glenda Gilmore (History) United States Francesco Guidi Bruscoli (History) Italy David Heymann (Architecture) United States Ben Kiernan (History) United States Joseph Mazur (Literature Scholarship) United States Alastair Minnis (Literature Scholarship) United States Toril Moi (Literature-Scholarship) Norway Gerard Passannante (Literature Scholarship) United States Francois Specq (Literature Scholarship) France
Jessica Anthony United States
German Carrasco Chile
Carlos Franz Chile
Nicholas Havely United Kingdom
Brian Holton United Kingdom
Paul Kane United States
Amanda Michalopoulou Greece
Robert Polito United States
Frederika Randall Italy
Doruntina Basha Kosovo
Kathleen Irwin United States
Ms. Bolaji Odofin Nigeria
Leo Biaggi de Blasys Bogliasco Fellow, funded by the Biaggi Family Ivan Talijancic Croatia Basil Twist United States
Ellen Altfest United States
New Museum Bogliasco Fellow in Visual Arts, in partnership with the New Museum Tania Blanco Spain Mary Flanagan United States Anne Martin United States John Burroughs Bogliasco Fellow, in partnership with the John Burroughs School Liliana Beatriz Menandez Argentina Alice Miceli Brazil Bonnie Rychlak United States David Schorr United States
Bogliasco would like to thank the following partners for support of 2013-2014 Special Fellowship awards, which include financial support to awardees in the form of stipends and/or travel reimbursement: The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc., The Biaggi Family, The Edward T. Cone Foundation, John Burroughs School, The New Museum, and Shakespeare Association of America.
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