Pew fellowships for 2009 announced

Just in this morning, although percolating through the grapevine all weekend, the Pew Fellowships in the Arts has announced the 2009 fellows — an outstanding list of works on paper artists, media artists and fiction and creative non-fiction writers!  Congratulations to the fellows (many of them well-loved here on artblog) and to Pew Fellowships, 18-years old this year and one of the champion givers to the arts.  This year brings the total number of awards to 232 fellowships (including 3 collaborative teams) totaling $11,840,000.   The grant amount, by the way, is $60,000 per fellow (raised from $50,000 in 2008).

Marc Brodzik  media arts                               
Anthony Campuzano works on paper       
Sarah Gamble works on paper                      
Daniel Heyman works on paper                   
Ken Kalfus fiction and creative nonfiction 
Jennifer Levonian media arts  
Robert Matthews works on paper 
Frances McElroy media arts
Ben Peterson works on paper
Marco Roth fiction and creative nonfiction
Ryan Trecartin media arts
Nami Yamamoto works on paper

Artist bios and visual materials available at  Pew Fellowships website.


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