Creative Interventionist Fellowship Application
The League of Creative Interventionists (LOCI) is a non-profit organization that creates public art and cultural programs with communities to tell real and just narratives, create empathetic spaces, and develop powerful leaders.
The League Fellowship Program elevates passionate neighborhood residents to connected and powerful leaders. The program provides them with both the resources to reimagine their neighborhood with powerful acts of culture and also valuable access to a national network of peers and mentors.
Collaborate with neighborhood residents and existing local organizations to create a project that positively impacts the community
Propel co-creative action at a neighborhood scale in partnership with community leaders, local organizations and residents
Create projects that present equitable, sustainable and generative opportunities for communities
Fully support their own project including project timelines, budget management, marketing and outreach, etc.
Create written and video documentation of their project for blogs, social media, etc.
Passion for their community
Strong will to create social and civic change
Desire to be a powerful leader for their community and in their city
Capacity to commit an average of 5 hours a week to being a League fellow
A budget for project materials
Access to established community leaders in their city
Opportunity to grow their social and professional network in their city
Be at the forefront of a growing creative movement to re-imagine neighborhoods and cities
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
THE CHARLOTTE REGIONAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM WILL BE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS JULY 1- AUGUST 2, 2019.
Fellows will be specifically supporting the Project PLACE initiative in the Lakewood community, a successful project from 2018 Fellow Quintel Gwinn, but will work on their own projects as well
The deadline for applications is August 2, 11:59pm
Interviews will take place the week of August 19, 2019
Fellows will be notified September 6, 2019
This Fellowship is supported in part by a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.