14 Notable Fulbrighters in the Fine Arts

14 Notable Fulbrighters in the Fine Arts

Did you know that famous Greek poet and Nobel prize winner (1963), George Seferis, was also a Fulbright grantee? He was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar to Princeton University in 1968-1969.

Becoming a Fulbrighter means joining a diverse community of accomplished individuals. Fulbright alumni have achieved distinction in a wide variety of fields, and the arts are no exception. Click through to learn about 14 notable Fulbright alumni that have made a significant impact in the fields of literature, theater, music, sculpture and more.



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