2017 Focus Fellowships:

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Frances Focus Fellowship
Awarded to a storyteller with deep ties to the
American South.

Anonymously funded
Recipient: Ray Christian

SWACC! Focus Fellowship
Awarded to a spoken word artist with a commitment
to community and collaboration.

Funded by Gil & Jeny Mathis
Recipient: Eve Ewing

Institute for Child Success Focus Fellowship
Awarded to an artist of any discipline making work
for young children.

Funded by The Institute for Child Success and
Reach Out and Read SC
Recipient: Amy Huntington

Little Shop of Stories Focus Fellowship
Awarded to a picture book artist.
Funded by Teresa Dau and Amanda McMillan
Recipient: Brendan Wenzel

CoEsistere Focus Fellowship
Awarded to an artist of any discipline whose work
explores human population growth and its impact
on wildlife.

Funded by J&J FamilyShip Foundation
Recipient: Adam Frelin

Cedar Creek Focus Fellowship
Awarded to an AIR Serenbe Alumni artist who will bring
their family along for a residency.

Funded by John Paddock and Karen Schwartz
Recipient: Paul Villinski and Amy Park      

Mulberry Street Focus Fellowship     
Awarded to an author and illustrator whose work explores
the experience of childhood and growing up.
Funded by Teresa Dau and Miranda McMillan
Recipient: Laurel Snyder | Linda Lee McDonald

Visions of Wellbeing Focus Fellowship
Awarded to an artist of any discipline whose work explores the integration of health, wellness, and the creative process.
Funded by Kathryn Grams and John Hinman through University of West Georgia School of the Arts
Recipient: Shira Erlichman

Shy Jones Focus Fellowship
Awarded to a lyricist who is making work for and about children and childhood.
Funded by Teresa Dau and Amanda McMillan
Recipient: Bright Son (Bryson Rollins)

Seikilos Focus Fellowship
Awarded to a composer.
Funded by Lynn Eden
Recipient: Michael Kurth

Jogger 5K Focus Fellowship                                                        Awarded to an artist of any discipline with work featured           on the Jogger 5K course route.                                                     Funded by Edgar Allan                                                                   Recipient: Brutal Studio   

 

2017 Project Residencies:

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Project Residencies are partnerships between AIR Serenbe and other organizations to support the creation of innovative new works. 

2017 Project Residency partners are Serenbe Playhouse, ArtsATL, Atlanta Science Festival, and Anna & Elizabeth.