Meet USA Fellows
  • $19,100,000

    to artists
    from USA.

  • 405

    USA Fellows.

  • 1

    Goal to invest in America's finest artists.

We the people support
America’s finest artists.!!!


We the people unleash
America’s creative potential.

DISCOVER United States Artists.

  • Margery and Michael in the pottery studio, smiling
    Drawing House
    by Katharine DeShaw
    Executive Director

    Michael Sherrill used his USA Fellowship funds to build a “home”
    for their resident artists. Read more

  • The MO/RE/AL exhibition in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
    At the contemporary art space SITE Santa Fe.
    Photo by Katharine DeShaw.
    USA Fellows Manglano-Ovalle, Robleto and Lin Featured in MO/RE/AL Exhibition
    by Katharine DeShaw
    Executive Director
    A biomorphic threshold created by USA Hoi Fellow Greg Lynn. USA Guthman Fellow Inigo Manglano-Ovalle’s Phantom Truck, 2007 and three pieces contributed by USA Rasmuson Fellow Dario Robleto. Read more
  • Bamuthi looking cool in a black and white photo.
    by Marc
    Bamuthi Joseph
    Guest contributor- Poet- USA Fellow-Dancer-Director of Performing Arts at YBCA-Teacher-Curator. Hybridist. Read more

    I am a seeker.
  • Pool in the desert under a desert night sky.
    an earthwork
    you can swim in
    An interview with Benjamin Ball, USA Target Fellow
    Read more

  • Zoe Strauss
    For ten years, photographer and USA Gund Fellow Zoe Strauss exhibited her work under Interstate-95 in South Philadelphia. Her photographs create an epic narrative and reflect the beauty and struggle of everyday life in invisible communities. SEE QUICKTAKES
    child doing flip on a stack of mattresses

    Photo © Zoe Strauss

  • Announcing
    50 New Legends
    America’s Finest Artists:
    The 2011 USA Fellows
    The 50 new USA Fellows were honored at the beautiful Broad Stage in Santa Monica, California in December. Read more
  • Artist Daniel Joseph Martinez traveled the entire 800-mile length of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, from Valdez to Deadhorse, during his residency with the Anchorage Museum for Alaska AIR (Artists-in-Residence). Read more
    “Leaving for the
      the Top of the World”