Taravat Talepasand, the Richard Diebenorn Teaching Fellow for Fall 2010, speaks at SFAI as part of the
 Visiting Artists and Scholars lecture series.

Seed Fund Teaching Fellowship in Urban Studies

Established in 2011, the Seed Fund Teaching Fellowship in Urban Studies was created as a co-curricular research and development initiative in support of SFAI’s Urban Studies program. Emphasizing art and design practices as forms of urban problem-solving, the fellowship program includes public lectures and colloquia by distinguished artists, designers, architects, planners, and artist collectives, and is meant to facilitate sustained on-campus residencies that enable discussions of process, aesthetics, and exemplary urban practices.

The Seed Fund Teaching Fellowship in Urban Studies is supported by the generosity of the Seed Fund. 

Fellowship Recipients:

Radhika Subramaniam, Spring 2012
Geoff Manaugh, Fall 2011