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This section is about your current engagement with self-inquiry and healing, what you seek to gain from a program like the Succurro Fellowship, and how you wish to contribute.
In general, please limit responses to between 200-300 words.
What tools for self-inquiry do you have / engage with and why? What is the current role of looking inward for you? What challenges have you faced in the journey?
Why do you want to participate as a Fellow? What do you hope to experience in an exploration of self, healing, and creativity while being part of a group?
How do you currently define creativity?
What does your current creative practice look like?
If you don't consider yourself to have an active practice right now, what activities do you most enjoy? Where you do you find creative inspiration?
How do you currently define 'self-care', 'self-love', and 'self-responsibility'? What are the differences and similarities to you?
Have you ever participated in any artist residencies, creative education programs, or similar workshops/retreats/communities? If so, please list them.
How about sharing a brief story of a profound moment you've experienced through your creative practice, alone or within a community setting? How did this influence you?
What do you hope to learn from others in this process? What do you hope to offer others in this process?
Are you ready to commit to and prioritize this work on yourself, and engagement with a group? What challenges might you face in making this commitment?
The year long Fellowship is rooted in examining individual and collective healing and transformation through a set of proposed projects by applicants. This section focuses on your proposed project, which can be in-progress and ongoing, or just beginning and finite. Scope, subject matter, means of expression can vary and we seek a diverse group of Fellows willing to be actively engaged with, and learning from, themselves and the group.
What is your project title?
This can change, or you may never use an official 'title', but for the sake of clarity it is a useful exercise to name what you plan to accomplish.
What question does your project seek to answer? What issue does it seek to address?
Please limit to 300 words.
How do you plan to manifest this project? What form will it take? How will it be documented and shared?
Again, this can change - but please offer your current vision with as much specificity as possible.
How do you plan to carry this out?
Please be as specific as possible; it's expected this will change with time, but entering with clarity will be helpful to the individual, practitioner, and group. What actions will you take? What is the rough timeline?
Can you name one challenge you foresee in carrying out your project? If you were facing that challenge today, how would you mitigate it? What approach would you take to problem-solving?