CVA Partnerships Program
The Chautauqua Visual Arts (CVA) welcomes partnerships with various institutions and organizations who are aligned with our mission and values to further the lives of artists. We are currently collaborating with the institutions listed below by exchanging information, sharing resources and cross-marketing our programs. Our similar missions allow us to build opportunities for students, alumni and emerging artists all over the world. We are open to many different kinds of partnerships and currently inviting more partners into our exciting CVA Experience. If you would like to join us, please contact Laura Savia at LSavia@chq.org email@example.com. We are excited to talk with you, to share and exchange, and for you to visit.
We are a hub for information, connectivity and sharing resources. One of the many benefits of being a CVA Partner is calling on us to introduce you to other partners and those who could contribute to your programs. Another benefit is visiting us. In an effort to increase exchange and sharing of information and resources, we will invite our current partners to visit Chautauqua Institution and the Chautauqua Visual Arts. We hope by meeting in person, we can come up with new ideas, funding possibilities and opportunities between institutions.
In the meantime, you can always contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Augusta University will offer one matching or full scholarships to one of their students.
AICAD will share Chautauqua School of Art’s residency program applications to all of their members and their students as well as engage in exhibition opportunities for their fellows.
Alfred University School of Art and Design/New York State College of Ceramics will fund a full scholarship for one of its current students and contribute $1,000 to an alumnus of Alfred University should they gain acceptance into the Chautauqua School of Art residency program. The Chautauqua Visual Arts will work to match the $1000 with the hope of fully covering all expenses for each student to attend.
Artspace New Haven will offer one artist from Connecticut a Project Room exhibition should they receive admission into the School of Art residency program each year.
Austin Peay State University: Two APSU students are fully financially supported to participate in the Chautauqua School of Art seven-week program annually. See the news release about our exciting partnership which was created in 2019.
Boston University School of Visual Arts will give half scholarships to two of their students or one full scholarship to one of their students should they gain acceptance to the Chautauqua School of Art residency program.
The Clay Studio and CVA have begun a growing relationship of exchange of artists’ works having a presence in their gallery stores as well as CVA sharing professional development with the Clay Studio’s residents and actively planning other opportunities in the future.
Contemporary Craft and CVA Galleries are partnering to cross promote artists on social media who work within the craft medium. They are also actively planning inclusion in future exhibitions, fundraising events and exchanges of functional work in their respective stores.
Cornish College of the Arts offers a matching scholarship for one or more of their students to attend Chautauqua School of Art annually.
Eastern Tennessee State University Department of Art & Design will give $500 or more toward one of their students to attend Chautauqua School of Art.
Erie Art Museum and the CVA will exchange ideas and opportunities for artists, share group events and exhibitions and collaborate to benefit the Erie and Chautauqua communities.
Erie Arts & Culture will partner to create opportunities and exchange to benefit the Erie and Chautauqua communities.
Florida State University will give at least $1000 to one or more of their students to attend the Chautauqua School of Art residency program.
Franconia Sculpture Park and CVA Galleries have a growing relationship of cross promoting on social media and an exchange of artists’ work. Visit The Gallery Store and pick up a jar of organic honey made by the Franconia Sculpture Park Queen- Bees-in Residence!
Fredonia State University of New York will offer 1-3 college credits for any student who is accepted into the Chautauqua School of Art residency program.
Georgia Southern University will match one or more scholarships should their students be accepted into the Chautauqua School of Art Residency program.
The Greater Erie Alliance for Equality and CVA Mentors collaborate to curate exhibitions and support connecting local artists to Chautauqua School of Art emerging artists.
Thanks to generous funding from a donor, if an alumnus from the High School of Art and Design is accepted into the Chautauqua School of Art, they will receive a full scholarship to attend.
Marshall University will offer a matching scholarship to one of their students to attend the Chautauqua School of Art Residency annually.
Massachusetts College of Art and Design will provide a full scholarship to one of their graduate alumni from any of the college’s master’s degree programs who is accepted into Chautauqua School of Art’s residency program.
Maryland Institute College of Art will give $500 ore more toward to one of their students to attend Chautauqua School of Art.
New York Studio School Alumni Association: $1000 will be given to an alumnus from the New York Studio School should they gain acceptance into the Chautauqua School of Art.
The Northern Clay Center and the CVA galleries are working together to grow a relationship of support for ceramic artists through cross promotion on social media. Both organizations are also actively planning a collaboration, and an exchange of artists’ work being displayed in the CVA Craft Gallery and The Gallery Store.
North Seattle College and CVA are committed to growing a partnership that will include support for students, possible curatorial and faculty opportunities, and more.
North Shore Arts Alliance (NSAA) and the CVA will exchange ideas, opportunities and events to the benefit of NSAA members and local artists from Chautauqua County and surrounding areas.
Ohio University will provide a faculty to visit and speak in CVA’s lecture series as well as a matching scholarship for one of their students.
Penn State School of Visual Arts will support their students in any way they can should they gain acceptance into our program. The CVA and Penn State School of Visual Arts are building a partnership by sharing resources to benefit their alumni and current students.
The Pittsburgh Glass Center and the CVA Galleries have a growing relationship of exchange of artists’ work, as well as collaborating on future fundraising events. The Gallery Store will show functional hand blown glass work and cross promote on social media.
The School of Art at Syracuse University will contribute $2500 for each student (up to two) who gain acceptance into the Chautauqua School of Art residency program. CVA will work with Syracuse to match and fully cover all expenses for each student to attend.
The Schweinfurth Art Center will offer exhibition opportunities to the CVA alumni, sharing community activities, events and programming.
Tyler School of Art at Temple University will provide a full scholarship to a student should they be accepted into the residency program.
The University of Arkansas will offer a matching scholarship to one of their students to attend the Chautauqua School of Art Residency annually.
The University of Central Arkansas will offer matching scholarships to one or two of their students.
The University of Cincinnati offers internships to train as young educators in the CVA School of Art and Galleries.
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley will offer up to three matching scholarships for three of their students.
The University of Wyoming Art Museum will support a student to work in the CVA Galleries for the season.
Yale University is offering an apprenticeship to one of their junior undergraduate students to work with the Chautauqua School of Art Mentors.
While all of our partner schools encourage their students to plan for a summer session CVA experience as part of their professional development plan, many of our partner schools also have established special programs as an additional aspect of their relationship with Chautauqua School of Art. To be clear, applications are judged by merit. A partnership with a school does not guarantee a student or emerging artist acceptance into our School of Art residency program. We encourage those who are not attending these colleges and/or other institutions to apply. For more information about financial aid, please visit our About the Program page on our website.