The Rockefeller Foundation's Bellagio Center provides a platform for developing new ideas and solutions to some of the most difficult global problems.
Residencies allow for a quiet setting for focused work and a place to connect with dynamic innovators from across the globe, uninterrupted by the usual professional and personal demands. Residency participants include scholars, scientists, artists, journalists, writers, non-governmental organization practitioners and policymakers from around the world. Rockefeller Foundation welcomes projects in all fields, but is particularly interested in innovative projects that address one or more of their issue areas: basic survival safeguards (such as issues of food, shelter, water, global health, climate and environment, urbanization, social and economic security).
Collegial interaction with the other residents is an integral dimension of the Bellagio experience. Meals and informal presentations of residents' work afford an opportunity for dynamic discussion and engagement with each other. During special dinners, residents may be
able to interact with participants in international conferences hosted in various buildings on the Center's property.
The Center also offers collaborative residencies for two to four persons working on the same project. Creative artists in all fields and scholars in all disciplines from any country are welcome to apply. A residency is typically four weeks in length.
The *deadline* for the current competition is* December 1, 2010* for residencies between mid August 2011 to November 30, 2011. For more information on the program and for a schedule of upcoming webinars please visit:
Please quote 10 Academic Resources Daily in your application to this opportunity!