STAGE Lab Fellowships for Artists and Scientists at the University of Chicago

STAGE - Scientists, Technologists, and Artists Generating Exploration - is a laboratory within the University of Chicago's nascent Institute for Molecular Engineering (IME) that is devoted to collaborations among scientists and artists.

STAGE is offering fellowships to work collaboratively on the creation and development of its original theatrical works inspired by science and technology. This opportunity is open to those who have completed undergraduate or graduate degrees, preferably within the last two years. Fellowships include a stipend, and while there is no guarantee, are typically for one-to-two years, subject to satisfactory performance and in compliance with University policies.  

Ideally, we are looking for people with hybrid interests and skills, i.e., scientists who have had some theatre experience and/or theatre people with experience/a strong interest in science and/or technology. We are especially seeking candidates willing to actively exercise their skills in STAGE's non-traditional theatre-making process.

We want people who are excited about our work process, as well as people who share our philosophy and are able to honestly assess whether or not they do so.

The deadline for fall 2019 fellowships is January 21, 2019. First interviews are held on a rolling basis. As a general rule, therefore, applications should be submitted as early as possible.

For more information and to apply, visit stage.ime.uchicago.edu/opportunities.

Basic Info
Deadline Type: 
Ongoing
Deadline or Post Expiration: 
Monday, January 21, 2019
Deadline: 
Jan 21, 2019; First interviews held on a rolling bases. Early applications encouraged.
Contact Information
Contact Name: 
STAGE Lab
Contact Email: 
Contact Phone Number: 
7737025299
Contact Address: 
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United States
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