The Haystack Mountain School of Crafts if offering the Edward Larrabee Barnes Architectural Fellowship for a CED architecture student to attend a two-week workshop at Haystack in summer.
- Applicants must currently have at least a 3.1 GPA and no more than 2 incomplete grades to be considered.
- Applicants must be currently enrolled undergraduate juniors or seniors or graduate students in their 2nd or 3rd year in architecture at CED in the spring 2023 semester.
Submit all required materials using the Online Registration and Eligibility Form by the deadline.
- Statement of Purpose (maximum 500 words) articulating your interest in architecture and design, what course you intend to take at Haystack, how you would benefit from the fellowship, and why you should receive it.
- Portfolio of design work at CED (10 pages maximum)
- Unofficial UC Berkeley transcript (Can be from CalCentral)
The Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is an international craft school located on the Atlantic Ocean in Dear Isle, Maine. Founded in 1950 as a research and studio program in the arts, Haystack offers one and two-week studio workshops to participants of all skill levels as well as the two-week Open Studio Residency Program, exhibitions, tours, auctions, artist lectures, and shorter workshops for Maine residents and local students. Haystack also supports visiting artists and scholars from a variety of fields, including science, literature, music and the visual arts who are invited to spend two weeks at the school focusing on their work. The school also functions as a “think-tank” in looking at craft — publishing annual monographs and organizing a variety of conferences and symposia that examine craft in broader contexts. These include collaborations with other institutions like the Media Lab at MIT and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution.
In 2005, the Haystack trustees and members of the Barnes family established the Edward Larrabee Barnes Architectural Fellowship, named for the noted American architect Ed Barnes (1915-2003) that designed the Haystack campus in the late 1950s. Haystack was one of his greatest architectural achievements.
If you have any questions regarding the 2023 Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Fellowship, please feel free to contact CED Prizes & Awards at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants MAY NOT contact Haystack directly regarding this opportunity.
For more information about Haystack, please visit haystack-mtn.org.