The MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire, has named the 93 fellows from 25 states and seven countries for its summer residencies. Each fellowship has an average value of more than $10,000, and this season’s fellows were selected from a pool of 1,128 applicants.
Among this round’s fellows are GRAMMY-nominated composer Fred Hersch, composer and electro-acoustic violist Martha Mooke, interdisciplinary artist Devin Kenny, and poet Ross Gay. The fellows are working in seven disciplines, and 36 percent identify as culturally diverse.
The most recent group of Composition Fellows includes:
Fellows make use of uninterrupted time to work and enjoy the rare opportunity for multidisciplinary exchange. While at MacDowell, Fellows are provided a private studio and accommodations for a period of up to eight weeks, and three meals a day.
Read more about the latest round of MacDowell Fellowships here.