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RESCHEDULED TO 9/24: Incubator Awards: Research Grants for Creative Artists — Informational Open House

 

THIS EVENT IS RESCHEDULED TO SEPTEMBER 24, DUE TO HURRICANE FLORENCE.

Learn about the Incubator Awards: Research Grants for Creative Artists and how to apply, at this open house!

Get inspired by a range of rare, special, and unique items from the University Libraries. Discuss your interests and potential project with library staff.

More information:
Alice Whiteside, awhitesi@email.unc.edu, (919) 962-1061
Laura Van Leuven, laurava@email.unc.edu, (919) 962-0056

About the awards:The University Libraries invites current undergraduate and graduate students to apply for the Incubator Awards: Research Grants for Creative Artists.  Students from all artistic disciplines are invited to apply for individual ($1000) or collaborative group ($3000) awards. Grant recipients will present their work in a program showcase to be held in April 2019. See
library.unc.edu/incubator-awards for more.

Sponsored by the Sloane Art Library and the Rare Book Collection at the Wilson Special Collections Library

 

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