• Please provide information about yourself, your connection to Baltimore, and your work. Include web links to examples of past projects, if possible. (2000 character max)
  • Please share your vision for the fellowship, including your goals, objectives, and deliverables (for example, installations, public programs, websites, performances, talks, artworks, etc.) How will this project benefit the work you are currently doing? (2000 character max)
  • Please share the specific rare book, manuscript, oral history and/or archival materials in the Sheridan Libraries’ collections that you propose to mobilize and/or the materials you propose to add to the Sheridan Libraries’ collection (for example, new oral history interviews, community archives, etc.) (1000 characters max)
  • Please provide a rough budget and timeline, including your proposed fellowship period, the total hours you plan to work per week or month, and how you propose to use $5000 in programming funds. (1000 characters max)
  • Provide contact information for one person who can provide a reference.
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