Follow by email

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Kathleen Thum, Clemson University Assistant Professor of Drawing, Receives Quarterly Support Grant from The South Carolina Arts Commission

Carrying Capacity, 2014, Ink and Acrylic on Hand Cut Paper, 12ft x 17ft

Kathleen Thum, Clemson University Assistant Professor of Drawing in Art Department, has been awarded a Quarterly Support Grant from The South Carolina Arts Commission to help cover the cost of travel and supplies for her upcoming Jentel Artist Residency in Wyoming, May 15 - June 13, 2016. This category of grants is designed to support specific arts activities that promote an individual artist's professional development or career advancement. Projects that promote excellence in an arts discipline and make such excellence accessible for general community-wide audiences are also encouraged. Quarterly project grants are awarded to help pay actual project costs.

Kathleen Thum
The Jentel Artist Residency is competitive and awarded on professional and creative merit.  The The Jentel Artist Residency Program provides space where artists and writers may focus on creating. Communal spaces are designated for research, recreation, food preparation, and dining. Each artist and writer is offered a private comfortably furnished accommodation and a light airy work space. Each resident receives a stipend to help defray living expenses during the program. Residents may choose privacy during their stay or enjoy interaction with peers and the community as desired.

Funding for Quarterly Support Grant from The South Carolina Arts Commission are provided by the generous support of the:
  • South Carolina Arts Commission
  • National Endowment for the Arts
  • John and Susan Bennett Memorial Arts Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of SC



No comments:

Post a Comment