Each fellowship awards $5,000 for one year to support a long-term resident artist who demonstrates exceptional
merit and promise. The Fellows are expected to embrace the
Bray experience of community and creative exchange and have the opportunity to focus their attention to produce
and exhibit a significant body of work during their residency.
Fellowships are non-renewable.
The Bray has had the honor and privilege to award the following fellowships—Taunt, Myhre, Lincoln, Lilian, Matsutani, MJD, Speyer, Windgate, Lillstreet, Anonymous fellowships—made possible by Robert and Suzanne Taunt, Eric Myhre, Joan and David Lincoln, Osamu and Grace Matsutani, Mary Jane Davidson, Tim Speyer, the Windgate Charitable Foundation, Lillstreet Art Center and anonymous donors.
To apply for a fellowship check the appropriate box on your Residency Application form and include a letter of intent stating you artistic goals and interest in the Bray Fellowship program.
The Bray’s Scholarship Program supports short-term summer residents while working at the Bray.
The Bill and Stirling Sage Scholarship Fund was established by Evelyn Sage in honor of her late husband Bill and their son Stirling. The Bill and Stirling Sage Summer Scholarship awards an annual $800 scholarship to a promising young artist between the ages of 18 and 35.
The Eric Myhre Scholarship was established in 2002 by Tootie Myhre in honor of her late husband. The award provides a $750 scholarship to a summer resident artist of any age who demonstrates exceptional merit and promise.
The Windgate Charitable Foundation Scholarship began in 2012 and awards $700 scholarships to short-term summer residents.
The Lillstreet Scholarship was donated by Lillstreet Art Center and awarded $800 to two summer residents in 2013.
To apply for a scholarship check the appropriate box on your Residency Application form and include a letter of intent stating you artistic goals and interest in the Bray. The awards are given to short-term summer residents and are determined by a residency selection committee.