Special Fellowships

 

Through the support of generous donors and partner organizations who share our commitment to the arts and humanities, the Bogliasco Foundation is pleased to offer Special Fellowship awards, some of which include travel support and/or stipends to recipients.

Special Fellowships may be designated for persons working in a particular discipline or reserved for individuals coming from certain countries or geographic areas. In some cases, partner organizations may nominate specific candidates for Special Fellowship awards.

We are pleased to thank our generous donors and partners who make possible the following Special Fellowships:

Bogliasco and Baryshnikov Arts Center Joint Fellowship
The Bogliasco Foundation and Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) joint residency offers Dance, Music, and Theater Fellows the opportunity to bring work developed in Bogliasco to a wider audience and bigger space in New York City. Joint Fellows in the performing arts disciplines will benefit from a month-long residency at the Study Center in Liguria to nurture and develop new projects, followed by a week-long residency at BAC in New York City to rehearse, workshop, and perform these works-in-progress. 

Aaron Copland Bogliasco Fellowship in Music
The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc. has provided funding for one Fellowship each year, which is reserved for an American composer. In addition to reimbursing travel expenses to and from Genoa, this Fellowship provides a cash stipend.

Edward T. Cone Bogliasco Fellowship in Music
This Special Fellowship is named in honor of Edward T. Cone, the internationally renowned composer, pianist, and writer. The Edward T. Cone Foundation has provided funding for one Fellowship each year, which is reserved for an American composer. In addition to reimbursing travel expenses to and from Genoa, this Fellowship provides a cash stipend.

John Burroughs Bogliasco Fellowship
This Special Fellowship is named in honor of the American naturalist and essayist who was active in the evolution of the U.S. conservation movement. Along with Henry David Thoreau, John Burroughs was an important practitioner of the American literary genre, the nature essay. This Special Fellowship was created in partnership with the John Burroughs School in St. Louis, Missouri, and is awarded to one member of their faculty every two years. This Special Fellowship award provides reimbursement of travel expenses and a modest cash stipend.

 

For information about Special Fellowship sponsorship and partnership opportunities, click here.