All Graduate Students across NYU who are making creative works on the intersection of technology, the climate emergency, and equity are welcome to apply.
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Each year, the *This Is Not A Drill* program convenes five NYU faculty fellows and five to ten NYU student fellows. Student fellows receive project-focused reimbursable research stipend to work on their project over the summer. All fellows exhibit their work at the annual *This Is Not A Drill* exhibition.
Application Deadline: May 1, 2023
Up to five fellowships at $1,000 are awarded to students.
Students are welcome to apply as a collective. However, the fellowship amount will stay the same as it is awarded per project.
The components of the application are: project title, project description, exhibition vision, timeline, budget, project management experience, collaborators, a proposed call to action, envisioned learnings, and any work samples you wish to include.
A *This Is Not A Drill* student project: is an artistic project that focuses on the intersection of technology, equity, and the climate emergency; must be executable over the course of 3 months; must culminate in a format suitable for exhibition; and must be shown at the annual *This Is Not A Drill* exhibition in the fall. You can explore previous student projects here.
Fellowships will be announced by the end of May and run through summer '23. The exhibition will take place in fall '23.
You have to complete the work outlined in your project proposal within the giving time and budget restrictions. You have to keep your project on track and ensure you are compliant with university policy pertaining to permissible expenses. You have to check in regularly with the *This Is Not A Drill* faculty fellows about your project. You have to produce exhibitable work for the exhibition and participate in the mounting of your work.
Unless otherwise noted, funds are disbursed on a reimbursement basis. All expenses are subject to University and TSOA spending policies. Reimbursement for items purchased with personal funds must be approved prior to purchase.
All expenses must be related to advancing your research on technology, the climate emergency, equity, and creative practice; and producing an artwork that can be showcased at the exhibition. All reimbursements are subject to university and TSOA reimbursement policies. Fellows must take into consideration a product’s life cycle and environmentally safe disposal prior to purchases, and choose eco-friendly options wherever possible (more information on Green Procurement here).