We are looking to bring together a diverse group of artists from the United States, Europe, Israel, Latin America, and beyond. The application will consist of background information, several short open-ended questions, a resume, and work samples.

***Applications are now closed. Over the coming weeks, we will work hard to select the applicants we feel are the best fit for our program, and we hope to make our final decisions by mid-November.***

To be eligible to apply, you must be:
Between 22 and 45 years of age by time of application.
Actively working in an artistic discipline, with at least two years of professional experience producing and disseminating your art, and have demonstrated a significant commitment to your artistic discipline.
The creator of work, not an interpreter of the work of others (see FAQs).
Able to travel to the United States for the retreat. Unfortunately, the Six Points Fellowship cannot apply for visas on behalf of artists.

Work Sample Guidelines
You must submit work samples for your application to be considered.
Please begin all file names with your name. (e.g. “JohnSmithSample1.jpg”)
Please submit work completed in the last five years.
Audio: You can submit up to 3 songs, which combined can be a maximum of 10 minutes. We recommend that you submit songs that demonstrate the range of your work. Please submit all audio files in mp3 format.
Images: You can submit up to 5 jpegs. Please include images of at least 2 different works.
Video: You can submit up to 3 samples, which combined can be a maximum of 10 minutes. Please upload all videos to Vimeo. A space for video URLs will be provided on the application.
Written: Applicants should submit a one page summary and sample scene of up to 10 pages of double-spaced text, 11 pages total.

Please pay close attention to the initial one to two minutes of your sample, as the first impression of your work is extremely important. If you have 2 minutes of introduction or a closed curtain, this does not demonstrate the quality of your work to the panel.
It is critical to address the technical quality of your work samples; submit the best quality samples that you can.
Do not submit excerpts so brief that the panel will be unable to judge the quality and continuity.

If you have any questions or concerns that aren’t addressed in our FAQs, please contact us at .