Professor Cesar Cornejo Earns a Howard Foundation Fellowship in Sculpture

Wednesday, May 09, 2018
studio portrait of Cesar Cornejo with a white background
Cesar Cornejo, associate professor of sculpture and extended media, is a recipient of a Howard Foundation fellowship in sculpture.

Cornejo is one of four artists to receive a Howard Fellowship in sculpture for the 2018-2019 academic year. The fellowship gives Cornejo funding to spend time working on his proposed project, Somber Monuments, at the time of his choosing.

The Howard Foundation offers fellowships in a five-year sequence of academic fields. Fields for the 2018-2019 academic year include Sculpture as well as History of Art and Architecture.

Cornejo's work explores the relationship between art, architecture and society. His work is informed by having lived and worked internationally in four countries—Peru, England, Japan, and the United States. He works in several media including sculpture, installation, drawing and photography.


For more on Cornejo, visit the School of Art and Art History website.

About the Howard Foundation

The George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation was established in 1952 by Nicea Howard in memory of her grandparents. Miss Howard had a special interest in furthering the personal development of promising individuals at the crucial middle stages of their careers in the liberal and creative arts.