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1 Artist Leadership Program College Artists September 8, 2015 PROGRAM GOAL AND DESCRIPTION The Artist Leadership Program (ALP) of the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) wishes to recognize and promote indigenous artistic leadership for college students from indigenous communities in the western hemisphere and Hawaii, and at the same time enhance the artistic growth, development, and leadership of emerging student artists. This program is coordinated in collaboration with the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) and is based on proposed research, public art projects, academic presentations, digital portfolio, resume, artist statement and letters of support. Up to two selected college artists will be awarded an opportunity to participate in a fourday visit during spring break to the Mall Museum of the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution (SI), in Washington, DC, and the NMAI Cultural Resources Center (CRC) in Suitland, Maryland, to conduct research in the collections of the NMAI, visit area museums, and make an oral presentation to NMAI staff. Following the DC visit, students are required to share their new knowledge in an academic setting in the following two methods. 1. Students must create a new work of art for their school for public display. This new work may be an image, poem, story, play, script, film, installation, performance, exhibit, etc. Recommended themes for the new art work may include American Indian identity in colleges, language revitalization, or sustainable environments. 2. Students must conduct a formal academic presentation before a body of fellow students on the research conducted in the collections at the NMAI. The selected college student artist will receive financial support for travel, hotel, and per diem. The student will also receive a $500 honorarium. NMAI staff will provide a detailed itinerary, give an orientation upon arrival, and offer assistance for presentations to museum staff. Student applications will be accepted in the fall of each year. Accepted applicants must be available to travel to Washington, DC, during spring break, create and complete their new work of art, and conduct a formal academic presentation in the spring of the same academic year. Students may enroll in IAIA internship credit through their academic advisor. This program is contingent upon staffing and available funds.

2 WHO IS ELIGLBLE TO APPLY? Student artists must be indigenous to the western hemisphere and Hawaii, recognized as indigenous by his or her community and enrolled as a junior or senior at IAIA. Student artists may work in any medium (visual art, media, performance arts, literature, etc.) Accepted students must be willing and able to travel to Washington, DC, during spring break, March 14 18, HOW TO APPLY To apply as a College Artist, the following application materials must be received by Friday, October 30, 2015, 5:00 pm Mountain Time: 1. Completed on-line IAIA application 2. Research Proposal (500 words max) 3. Art Project and Presentation Proposal (500 words max) 4. Digital Portfolio (ten images) 5. Two Letters of Support 6. Resume 7. Artist Statement (200 words max) Please read the following guidelines on organizing and submitting your proposal. Research Proposal for Washington, DC. Describe the cultural area or community, type of objects, and time period of interest. Describe any culturally sensitive objects that you wish to research (ceremonial or medicinal items, masks, pipes, etc.). Please note that a letter of community permission may be necessary to examine culturally sensitive items. Describe how you plan to document your research. Describe how doing research in the museum s collections will benefit your educational career, advance your artistic endeavors, benefit the art project or presentation you have selected, and enhance and/or support the cultural values of your community. ALP applicants are highly encouraged to NMAI collections staff at and ask what type and quantity of cultural materials are available to research.

3 Place your name, date, and research title on each page. Please create a Word document of your Research Proposal. Public Art Project and Presentation Proposal Explain the need for your public art project, purpose and the potential impact on your campus. If selected to participate in the NMAI Artist Leadership Program please describe the type of public art you would like to create for your school or community and why. Identify the potential collaborators, subject matter, size, scope, and location where the project is to be housed and/or presented, and the targeted completion date. Suggested themes for this student art project: American Indian identity in higher education, language, sustainable environments, or a theme inspired by a current exhibition on view on the NMAI or IAIA website. Explain the need for the art presentation, purpose it will serve for the attendees, and the potential impact on your campus. The finished artwork will be the responsibility of the student. Place your name, the date, and the project title on each page. Please create a Word document of your Project Proposal. Digital Portfolios Your portfolio should be a PowerPoint file with up to ten (10) slides and fully representative of your previous experience and creative abilities. Please indicate the title, dimensions, date of completion, medium, weight (sculpture only), and any other pertinent information about each slide. In the case of collaborative work, the contribution by the applicant must be described precisely. Choose your images wisely. The best work in a given medium or subject area is preferable to a whole range or sequence of works. Should you require a different software application, please supply the application, or explain specifically how the files are to be opened. You may submit a maximum of ten (10) images in Power Point format, or five (5) minutes of interactive or time-based work, such as video, in high definition, or up to 6 pages of original literature a pdf, or.doc file. Letters of Support One (1) letter from the faculty of the college who will oversee and sponsor your public art project and who is familiar with your experiences, accomplishments,

4 who will support your art project proposal; and one (1) letter from the staff who will assist in the presentation or exhibition in the gallery spaces. Please scan your Letters of Support and save them as jpeg files. Resume Please provide no more than five (5) pages of your most current resume or curriculum vitae. Place your name and date on each page. Please create a Word document of your resume. Artist Statement Please provide text of no more than 200 words clearly describing your purpose, goal, and intended results as an artist. Describe the type of art you currently do and why do you do this type of art. Describe how you learned this type of art, what is the process of the type of art you do and who first inspired you to create this type of art. What are your challenges, or difficulties, in doing your type of art and how do you overcome these challenges? Please describe your academic achievements, social and cultural activities. Please create a Word document of your Artist Statement. Submitting an Application Please submit your complete application on line with all required components. Your must be received no later than Friday in October 30, 2015, at 5:00 p.m. Mountain Time. Only complete applications will be reviewed. All responses must be typed in a minimum 11-pt. font size. All application materials become the property of the IAIA and are not returned to applicants. For additional NMAI information Questions or for additional program information please contact: Artist Leadership Program for College Art Students Smithsonian Institution National Museum of the American Indian 4220 Silver Hill Road Suitland, MD Phone: (301) Fax: (301)

5 For IAIA liaison, please contact: Charlene Teters Dean of the College College of Contemporary Native Arts 83 Avan Nu Po Road Santa Fe, NM Phone: (505) Fax: (505) SELECTION CRITERIA AND PROCESS The following will be considered as positive factors in choosing successful candidates: Complete and accurate application package. Evidence to reflect artistic, academic achievement, and community need relevant to the resources and mission of the NMAI and IAIA. Only junior or senior level students will be considered. Quality of artwork, interactive, or time-based work, such as videos, submitted in the Digital Portfolio. Capacity for the student artist s participation in the program to create a longlasting community impact that is positive, educational, and culturally acceptable. An independent panel will review all completed applications, images, and supporting materials and make recommendations to NMAI and IAIA program staff. NMAI staff will then prepare letters of recommendation and determine the final awards. Awardees will receive a letter and/or of acceptance and telephone communication from NMAI program staff by November. IAIA students who are accepted into the NMAI Artist Leadership Program and interested in receiving IAIA internship credit should register with their academic advisor no later than January 22, All awardees will be announced and letters of non-acceptance will be sent out by January of each year. Participants must complete their museum research during spring break and complete their student art projects all by the end of the same academic year.

6 DRAFT Artist Leadership Program College Budget Description NMAI IAIA Honorarium and art supplies 2 Students at $500 each $0 $1,000 Hotel 2 Students for 5 nights $200/night x 5 nights x 2 rooms $2,000 $0 Per diem First and last day of travel: $53.25 x 2 = $ travel days x $71/day = Subtotal $ individuals per diem x $320 = $640 $640 $0 Transportation (Portland, OR, as an example) $1,400 Adult R/T x $600 x 2 = $1,200 Luggage fees x $25 x 2 x 2 = 100 Taxi $25 x 2 x Subtotal $1,400 Video Production 3,000 Grand Totals $7,040 $1,000 DRAFT Artist Leadership Program College Itinerary

7 Spring Break Time Period Monday, March 14, 2016 Travel Day to Washington, DC Tuesday, March 15, 2016 Travel to the NMAI Cultural Resources Center (CRC) in Suitland, MD, via SI shuttle Conduct NMAI collection study at the CRC Wednesday, March 16, 2016 Travel to the NMAI Cultural Resources Center in Suitland, MD, via SI shuttle Continue NMAI collection study Prepare and rehearse a Power Point presentation with NMAI staff Thursday, March 17, 2016 Travel to the NMAI Cultural Resources Center in Suitland, MD, via SI shuttle Meet with NMAI staff in Conservation, Photo Services, Photo Archives, Library, and Paper Archives CRC staff brown bag presentation Photos session Friday, March 18, 2016 Travel to the NMAI Mall Museum Meet with NMAI staff in Publication, Public Affairs, Internships, etc. Participate in NMAI VIP Mall Museum tour Mall Museum staff brown bag presentation Visit other SI museums Saturday, March 19, 2016 Depart back to home ALP College Program Description 09/08/2015

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