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Japanese Studies Fellowship

The Japanese Studies Fellowship program gives scholars, researchers, and professionals the opportunity to conduct research in Japan. Now accepting online applications for: Scholars and Researchers (Long-Term) (2-12 months): Scholars and researchers in…

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Oregon Literary Fellowships

Oregon Literary Fellowships help Oregon writers initiate, develop or complete literary projects in poetry, fiction, literary nonfiction, drama and young readers literature. The fellowships also support Oregon’s independent publishers and small presses….

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Vermont Studio Center Residencies

Residencies at the Vermont Studio Center are offered based on a review of the portfolio or manuscript submitted by each applicant. While application for residency may be submitted at any time, applicants who wish to be considered for a fellowship must …

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Theatre, studio spaces for rent at Portland Actors Conservatory

The historic Firehouse Theatre in SW Portland has two spaces for rent: our upstairs studio space for rehearsals and small presentations, and the 65-seat Firehouse Theatre for rehearsals and performances. Theater space: 3400 sf auditorium; 21’ x 4…

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