Education fellowships at Dia Art Foundation provide a unique opportunity for ambitious young people (ages 18–25) to be the authors and protagonists of their own creative, intellectual, and professional trajectories.
Dia education fellows are supported in developing a creative praxis and/or seeking out resources in support of the realization of original ideas and projects, as well as engaging critically with the world through research and reflection. The fellowship also provides exposure to a range of professionals across the arts, working artists, and nonprofit arts organizations.
Applications are reviewed annually. For more information or to receive updates, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dia offers Art 391: Advanced Fieldwork in Art Education at Dia Beacon, a course in partnership with Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, which supports the individual and academic growth of up to six undergraduate students over the course of an academic year. Spending one day per week at Dia Beacon in Beacon, New York, Vassar students engage with the collection, conduct research, support programs, and develop and lead inquiry-based tours for school groups participating in the Arts Education Program.