Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation Fellowship

For over ten years, the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation has provided an annual residency to a visual artist living and working in the United States. 

Support covers residency expenses, including travel expenses from/to the place of residence, and a $500 stipend for material expenses.

All United States-based visual artist applicants will automatically be considered for this fellowship by the selection committee, there is no additional application step.

Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation Fellowship Recipients

2023 Lilian Garcia-Roig

2022 Mark Fleuridor

2021 Gisela McDaniel

2019 Cianne Fragione

2018 Michael Waugh

2016 Karl Hazlewood

Lilian Garcia-Roig, 2023

Lilian Garcia-Roig is a Cuban-born, Texas-raised artist living and working in Tallahassee, Florida, known for her large-scale, on-site landscape paintings. Awards include a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship, Joan Mitchell Foundation Award, Blackwell Prize, State of Florida Individual Artist Fellowship, and a M-AAA/NEA Fellowship. Residencies include Skowhegan, Joan Mitchell Center, MacDowell, and the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba. She has shown across the United States in shows such as Relational Undercurrents and the Florida Prize and has work in the permanent collection of PAMM.

Mark Fleuridor

AiR ’22

Gisela McDaniel

AiR ’21

Michael Waugh

AiR ’18

To learn more about naming or giving a Fellowship, contact Development Director Liz Broadfoot at 518-392-4747.