CWPS Funding Resources
General Student and Faculty Requests
CWPS is no longer accepting funding requests for the 2014-2015 academic year. We will begin accepting new requests in July 2015.
Each year CWPS funds a variety of faculty and student projects such as events, conferences, collaborations, research and scholar/artist residencies. Scholar and artist residency programs may be used to bring a colleague from a foreign country to participate in a class, conference, or ongoing workshop; initiate a thematic or geographic workshop series that draws on faculty and/or engages students; or travel abroad to design a research partnership with scholars and students from a particular institution. All requests are considered if they support world performance and expressive art projects that broaden the thematic focus of emerging World Performance Studies. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and may be awarded up to $2,000.
Faculty Summer Funding
Each year, CWPS provides funding to U-M faculty who are involved with research or performance-based projects by traveling to various sites, domestically and internationally. We encourage inventive ideas, especially those that involve thematic support for World Performance Studies. Awards are given up to $2,000 and must be used between May and August.
Application Deadline: The deadline has passed for summer 2015. Please return in January 2016 for summer 2016 funding support.
The University of Michigan campus provides a rich offering of performance events, lectures, demonstrations and art exhibits. This section contains a listing of departments and schools, with a link to their event pages. To view the listing, click on the link below.
- Arts at Michigan
- Arts on Earth
- Montage and Arts Portal
- International Institute
- School of Art and Design
- School of Music, Theatre and Dance
- Museum of Art
- University Musical Society
CWPS Funding Archive
Visit the 2014-2015 CWPS Funding Archive for past funding projects.
Visit the 2013-2014 CWPS Funding Archive for past funding projects.