Feminist in Residence
The Northwestern University Women's Center Feminist in Residence program invites community-based artists, activists, and engaged scholars to campus for one academic year. Residents are invited to further the work of gender justice through incubation of a project, artistic practice, or skill set aligned with the Women’s Center mission and goals. The resident will engage members of the Northwestern community during their residency.
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Image Description: Flyer announcing the Northwestern University Women's Center Feminist-in-Residence Program. The text is surrounded by graphics of people of various skin tones and gender expressions engaging in video calls, planting seeds, marching with flags, painting, reading, and marching with the aid of a wheelchair. Below the graphics and text are two links to learn more about and apply to the program. Text on flyer reads: The Feminist-in-Residence Program invites community-based artists-activists to campus for one academic year to further their work in gender justice through incubation of a project, artistic practice, or skillset while engaging members of the Northwestern community. The resident will be provided with a private work space at our Chicago campus Women’s Center, access to a computer, a $10,000 stipend (before taxes), a $3000 budget for your project/on campus engagement, and a community of dedicated feminist thinkers with whom to workshop your ideas. Applications Due May 15, 2023.