Based on the deep traditions of the arts as a powerful means of community expression, Arts as Civic Engagement is a platform for students to become fully immersed in arts-based community engagement.
In its second year, the program will support three students in a Civic and Community Arts Residency at St. Louis region arts organizations to work with civic and community arts engagement projects. Students receive a stipend of $5000 for cost of living, housing, transportation, in lieu of summer earnings, or other direct costs accrued through the residency.
The Gephardt Institute is accepting applications for the 2019 Arts as Civic Engagement Program.
Full details can be found on the Arts as Civic Engagement program application page. Application materials are due no later than 5pm CST on Monday, March 4, 2019.
Learn about our 2018 residents below.