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Fellowships & Residencies

Fellowships & Residencies

Oak Spring Garden Foundation’s Library, Gardens, and Landscape – as well the treasures held within all three – are incredible resources for learning and growth. We want to provide access to these resources for practitioners who are serious about developing their work in new and meaningful ways, and we proudly support emerging leaders in a variety of disciplines by offering an array fellowships and residencies. Explore below to see which opportunities we currently offer.

To learn more about the Residency program, including our site, accommodations, and resources, read our 2020 OSGF Residency Handbook.


Artists

We support and host visual and literary artists of all kinds who are influenced by a sense of place, including the natural world and humankind’s place in it. Our art-related programming continues the Mellons’ long history of generous support at the intersection of the arts and the environment. Emerging artists engage with Oak Spring through either a residency or fellowship program.


Researchers

The Oak Spring Garden Library is a unique resource of rare and significant material for researchers exploring variety of subjects, including natural history, landscape design, and voyages of discovery. Researchers can engage with Oak Spring and our collections through either a residency or fellowship program.


Writers

We recognize the value of supporting writers in a variety of disciplines. Our Writing Awards, including our Oak Spring Fellows and Women Writers in Residence Program, aim to support plant science and conservation practitioners needing time to advance writing projects, as well as visionary women writers with ideas and stories to share.