Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Inaugural Fellows Program for Artists and Scientists

A Creative Collision between Science and Art at the University of Chicago’s STAGE Lab 
STAGE — Scientists, Technologists and Artists Generating Exploration — is a laboratory within the University of Chicago’s nascent Institute for Molecular Engineering (IME) that is devoted to collaborations among scientists and artists.

STAGE is seeking up to six fellows to work collaboratively on the creation and development of its original multimedia theatrical works inspired by science and technology. This opportunity is open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents who have completed undergraduate or graduate degrees, preferably within the last two years. Fellows receive a stipend, and while there is no guarantee, typically participate for one to-two years, subject to satisfactory performance and in compliance with University policies.

Ideally, STAGE is looking for people with hybrid interests and skills, i.e., scientists who have had some theatre experience and/or theatre people with experience/a strong interest in science and/or technology. To learn more and apply, visit http://stage.ime.uchicago.edu/opportunities.

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