Italian Affiliated Fellowships in the Arts

Italian Affiliated Fellowships in the Arts

The winning candidates will live in the Academy and be part of the community for part of the 2015-2016  academic year, each with a stay of three to four months. The Fellowship includes room, board and a studio for the residency period as well as a stipend.

The American Academy in Rome offers three Affiliated Fellowships in the Arts to Italian artists each year, for the period of September 2015 to July 2016. Artists in the following  fields are eligible: Architecture, Design (including jewelry and fashion, furniture, set and lighting design, graphic design, urban planning, and other related design fields), Historic Preservation and Conservation (including architectural design, public policy and the conservation of works of art), Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Literature, Musical Composition, and the Visual Arts. 

All candidates must be nominated; no unsolicited applications will be accepted.

The competition deadline is February 16, 2015. Nominees’ applications will be acknowledged and reviewed by a selection committee.

Italian Affiliated Fellowship winners will be announced both in Italy and in New York, as part of the American Rome Prize ceremony.

Recent Italian Affiliated Fellows


Sissi – Visual Arts
Manfedi Beninati – Visual Arts
Massimo Gezzi – Literature

Guido Mazzoni – Literature
Nico Vascellari – Visual Arts
Gian Maria Sforza – Architecture

Filippo Perrocco – Musical Composition
Luca Vitone – Visual Arts
Carola Bonfili – Visual Arts

Emanuele Casale– Musical Composition
Luca Nostri – Visual Arts
Flavio Favelli – Visual Arts

Marco Raparelli – Visual Arts
Paola Pivi – Visual Arts
Giovanna Latis – Architecture

Matteo Franceschini – Musical Composition
Caroina Fois –Architecture
Marinella Senatore – Visual Arts

Eugenio Tibaldi – Visual Arts
Tommaso Pincio – Literature
Valerio Sannicandro – Music Composition
Francesco Faccin – Architecture


Giuseppe Stampone – Visual Arts
Giorgio Vasta – Literature
Vittorio Montalti – Music Composition

Francesca Grilli – Visual Arts
Claudia Durastanti – Literature
Giorgia Zanellato – Design