Hamilton is a popular play that lasted for seven years and gained traction from vivid audiences to work their magic and introduce people to the world of art and literature. As much as it was popular during the 90s, the work of Hamilton artists helps this musical play thrive even today.
Artists involved in the Hamiltonian musical are often offered the Hamilton fellowship program, which lasts for two years and is considered one of the best platforms for young and aspiring artists to check out their talent, work on their skills and build a professional art career. Along with opportunities, the program also promotes a stimulating environment that helps young artists grow professionally.
The Hamiltonian Artist Fellowship
The fellowship program offers the following:
- A comprehensive approach to one-on-one mentorship programs
- Exhibit opportunities other than the play or musical
- Provide internal and external programming of fellow artists
- Take their artists on art excursions.
- Provide an environment for all artists to learn, manage and promote their art career among fellow artists in the industry
- Navigate through the intricacies of the expanding art world
- Received heightened visibility and the exquisite opportunity to grow their professional art career.
The program is often revolved around a project-based model. It follows and grooms artists throughout the two-year project program with the right guidance from the entire team, including other Hamiltonian artists, mentors, guest art professionals, board members, and other peers.
Hamiltonian artists’ benefits
Throughout the program, the artists receive the following benefits from their group.
- An annual honorarium of $2000
- Conducting and participating in different seminars and discussions related to art with community business leaders.
- Mentorship is provided for each individual.
- The chance to participate in at least one annual group exhibition at least once a year.
- A solo exhibit to display the talent of the artists in the second year of their fellowship program
- The Critical writing lessons for their solo exhibitions
- Helping in the marketing and advertising of the talent of Hamilton artists on different social media and art communication platforms
- Public programming workshops to create a context for their work and albums for future refer
- Professional developmental areas, including filing for tax and grant writing
- Receiving feedback on their work through different studio release, planning sessions, and critics from their monitors and other famous names in the industry.
- Planned and fully paid field trips to cultural areas that provide high importance to art and culture
- Intimate conversations and feedback from organizational heads
- Visiting and connecting with the people of different art communities
Being a part of the Hamiltonian artist group is an advantage for young artists, who can grow their professional careers by receiving the benefits mentioned above from the group.