The Krenov Foundation Professional Development Award is the foundation’s most recently funded award. The award of $2500 is intended for an emerging fine woodworking professional to assist them as an artist-in-residence or visiting scholar at a nationally recognized woodworking school or craft center.
2016 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD RECIPIENT
Kelly Parker received the 2016 TKF Professional Development Award in September. Kelly is currently in The Michael Fortune Fellowship program, during which she will participate in MASW’s Artist-in-Residency Program. Then, with the help of TKF Professional Development Award, Kelly will work on advanced wood bending techniques as an artist-in-residence at the Centre for Fine Woodworking in Nelson, New Zealand.
While tackling bending wood at CFW, Kelly will continue her focus on design, mixed media, and using reclaimed wood, “I think that the story of the wood's former life is an important one, and I write 'the story' for every piece that I make. The story includes where the wood came from, what it used to be and a lot about the process of building the piece.”
2017 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARD
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED JULY 1 - AUGUST 31, 2017
HOW TO APPLY
Download the application information and form here.
Submit the following items to email@example.com
no later than August 31, 2017:
- Completed Application Form
- Statement of Purpose
- Supporting Financial Documents
- Two Letters of Recommendation
- Digital photographs
Award is for a residency that begins no later than December 31, 2018.
WHO CAN APPLY?
Any emerging or mid career fine woodworking professional, (minimum of 4 years of experience) who will be working as an artist in residence, visiting scholar, or faculty collaborator at a nationally recognized Woodworking School or Arts and Crafts Center.
Foundation Board of Directors, Advisory Board, or Committee Members or members of their immediate families are not eligible for this award
Scholarship Committee Review and Recommendation by October 31, 2017