Frequently Asked Questions
Who can apply for a Brucebo scholarship?
-Brucebo Scholarships are awarded to emerging Canadian artists that have studied Fine Arts within the last ten years. Self-taught artists with less than ten years of exhibition experience may also apply.
– Applicants must be a Canadian Citizen, but may be currently living abroad.
Do I need to be a student to apply for a scholarship?
Can artists working in any medium apply for the summer residency?
– Yes. Traditionally the residency was given to painters but it is now open to artists working in all types of media.
Can I apply in French?
– Yes, applications and documents can be written in English or French.
How competitive is the application process?
– In 2014 and 2015, we received approximately 100 applications for two scholarships. Scholarship winners are typically mature emerging artists. Please see the “past recipients” page and their works for reference.
Can I apply for both the summer residency and the travel scholarship?
– Yes but you must pay for each application submitted (2x $25)
Why are there application fees?
– Application fees are used to pay jurors, maintain the website and cover other promotion costs.
Do I need a Paypal account to pay the submission fee?
– No, you can also use a credit card when paying with Paypal.
Is the application deadline a postmarked deadline?
– Since we accept applications by email, the deadline is at midnight EST on January 31st of each year.
How are the applications evaluated?
– A jury composed of past Brucebo scholarship recipients and contemporary art professionals evaluate the applications.
Would I be able to bring my family and friends on a Brucebo residency?
– You may have your family or friends accompany you for a limited time during your stay in Gotland. The cottage is equipped with two single beds. Please contact the Brucebo foundation for more information about hosting guests.
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