Miss Sarah Fellowship for Black Women Writers
Purpose: The “Miss Sarah” Fellowship for Black Women Writers aims to provide Black women writers a restful environment conducive to reflection and writing. It also offers uninterrupted time to plant the seed of an idea for a new writing project or to develop or complete a project underway.
357 Joe Brown Road
Mars Hill, NC 28754
Residency Program Information
Residency Program Summary
Black women writers at any stage of their careers are invited to apply. There is no application fee. Each year the fellowship focuses on a different genre of writing. Please check our website for the most current area of focus.
Trillium Arts strives to support artists of all abilities. Trillium’s campus is currently under renovation with construction plans for an accessible 30’ x 40’ studio and artist accommodations consistent with ADA standards. In the interim, Trillium Arts invites artists with disabilities to apply and staff will work to meet specific needs to the best of our current limitations. Special needs are reviewed and discussed with the applying artist on a case by case basis.
A new path is being built in spring 2022 that will enable artists with mobility issues improved access the creek and firepit area.
Service Animal dogs under 50lb. are welcome. Rabies and proof of current vaccinations is required.
The participation level will vary depending upon the nature of the disability.
The barn rehearsal studio is currently not accessible.