Tuttle Creative Residencies
Tuttle Creative Residencies encourage faculty to organize artist residencies that engage pedagogy, creation, public presentation, and dialogue among artists, faculty, students, staff, and area communities.
The program encourages residency designs that offer multiple touch-points for the Haverford community to interact with visiting artists. Residencies may take the form of a few days, a concentrated week of activity, or multiple campus and/or virtual artist visits throughout the semester.
Past Tuttle Creative Residents have included Applied Mechanics, Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, Lightning Rod Special, Deborah A. Miranda, Sparrow, Joan Naviyuk Kane, François-Xavier Gbré, Alice Notley, Zoe Strass, Hank Willis Thomas, Christine Sun Kim, Matmos, and many others.
Tuttle Creative ResidenciesDeadlines
October 11, 2019 (for spring 2020 projects)
March 6, 2020 (for fall 2020 projects)
The Kessinger Family Fund for Asian Performing Arts
The Kessinger Family Fund for Asian Performing Arts sponsors musical performances and lecture-demonstrations that enrich Haverford's cross-cultural programs. Since its inception in 1997, the fund has supported visits by artists representing traditions of South, Central, and East Asia, and Indonesia. The fund promotes encounters with live musicians and other artists who exemplify the diverse performing arts of Asia.
Kessinger Family FundDeadline
March 6, 2020 (for 2020-21 projects)
Dialogues on Art
Dialogues on Art are excursions that bring together small, interdisciplinary groups of students, faculty, and staff to visit exhibitions, performances, and screenings in the greater Philadelphia area followed by a conversation over lunch or dinner in the city.
The Center covers the cost of travel, admission or ticket fees, and meals. Any Haverford faculty member, student, or staff member may propose a Dialogues trip.
For information contact Noemí Fernández, or visit the HCAH office in VCAM 104.
Dialogues on ArtDeadline
HCAH Flaherty Seminar Fellowships
June 13-19 2020
The Center supports two faculty/staff (and two students/recent graduates) to attend the Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, the longest continuously running documentary film event in North America. Named after Robert Flaherty, considered by many to be the father of documentary film, the week-long seminar at Colgate University in June brings together over 160 filmmakers, artists, curators, scholars, students, and film enthusiasts to celebrate the power of the moving image.
For Faculty & Students
Summer DocuLab is a donor-funded five-year program that develops student-faculty documentary work in VCAM. Students will spend ten weeks both on campus and in the field developing faculty-proposed documentary projects, working with visiting filmmakers, technicians, and other collaborators.
The Hurford Center partners with faculty and visiting curators to design exhibitions in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, VCAM, and other campus venues, connecting curricular interests and scholarship with contemporary artistic practice.