The Center on Religion Culture and Conflict invited applications for the 2017 Arts of Respect – Paul Drucker Fellowship Program.
The goal of Arts of Respect (AOR) is to promote greater understanding and respect using the arts as a medium of communication and expression. AOR – established in 2009, endowed by a generous gift from Dr. Paul Drucker C’51, P’83, and facilitated by Drew’s Center on Religion, Culture & Conflict – endeavors to end hatred, move beyond mere tolerance, and to instead promote mutual respect.
Students are eligible to receive up to $1000 in funding for their project.
The deadline has passed.
Read more about the Arts of Respect mission here
For 2016-2017 AOR guidelines and application form, click here: AOR-Fellowship Application
Click here for a highlight from the 2016 Arts of Respect gallery exhibition, “Generation Z: On the Margin.” As 2016 fellowship recipient Pearl Lee explains, she and co-curator Emmanuel Crespo envisioned their photography and essay project would provide “tangible ‘proof’ of the tension regarding race and identity.” Their goal was to “help the diverse Drew community discuss and explore the concept of race in a respectful and earnest manner.”