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Frances Hodgkins Fellowship

The Frances Hodgkins Fellowship was established by the University of Otago Council in 1962 to aid and encourage painters, sculptors and multi-media artists, while at the same time associating them with the life of the University and fostering an interest in the Arts within the University. It was named after Dunedin-born Frances Hodgkins, one of New Zealand's most distinguished painters.

The annual, 12-month Fellowship provides a studio/office space and not less than the minimum salary of a full-time university lecturer. It is open to artists who are normally resident in New Zealand and who, in the opinion of the Selection Committee, have executed work that demonstrates their talent, and would benefit from holding the Fellowship.

Applicants can expect to be advised of the award of the Fellowships in late August/early September.
For further information contact:

Nicola Richmond
Tel (03) 479 5793
Email nicola.richmond@otago.ac.nz

Postal address:
Nicola Richmond
Division of Humanities
University of Otago
P.O. Box 56
Dunedin
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