Art in the Parks Historic Sites Grant Program
Posted: Aug 07, 2019
Art in the Parks Historic Sites Program
Art in the Parks and Historic Sites is a grant program of the Indiana Arts Commission that weaves arts activities into our state’s rich cultural heritage, natural beauty, and rural settings. In partnership with Indiana Department of Natural Resources properties and Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, this program funds artists, nonprofit organizations, and public entities to produce arts activities that actively engage participants and highlight participating locations’ uniqueness.
Grant period: January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020
Application deadline for Individuals: September 12, 2019, 4:30 p.m. ET
Application deadline for Organizations: September 5, 2019, 4:30 p.m. ET
Request amount: $500 – $3,000. There is no match requirement
For more information and to apply, visit https://www.in.gov/arts/3198.htm
Call for Artists & Photographers - $550 Innova...
Posted: Jul 31, 2019
Innovate Grant is now accepting submissions for Summer 2019. Innovate Grant awards (2) $550 grants each quarter, to one Visual Artist and one Photographer. In addition to receiving a grant award, winners will be featured and recognized on their website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists. For more information and to apply https://innovateartistgrants.org
Visual Artists and Photographers 18 years and older, from all around the world, are eligible to apply. All media and genres are accepted. For more information visit https://innovateartistgrants.org
Recent Innovate Grant Winners:
Spring Grant Recipient – Art
Spring Grant Recipient – Photography
Taylor O. Thomas
Winter Grant Recipient – Art
Winter Grant Recipient – Photography
Category: Multiple disciplines and genres accepted
Deadline: September 3, 2019
Awards: $550.00 Grants
Apply Online Today
Grants for Taking Performances Outside the U.S.
Posted: Jun 28, 2019
USArtists International supports performances by U.S. dance, music, and theater ensembles and solo artists invited to perform at important cultural festivals and performing arts marketplaces anywhere in the world outside the United States and its territories. USArtists International grantees reflect the vibrant diversity of U.S. artists and creative expression in the performing arts.
The program has three rounds with application deadlines of September 5, 2019, November 22, 2019 and April 1, 2020. To learn more about the program, see additional deadlines or access the online application, please visit their website.
USAI is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Howard Gilman Foundation, and the Trust for Mutual Understanding and is the only program of its size and scope in the country.
Craft Research Fellowship for Mid-Career Artists
Posted: Jun 19, 2019
Center for Craft Announces Two New $20,000 Craft Research Fellowships for Mid-Career Artists
Artists seeking support to research their creative practice and create a new body of work now have two more opportunities for funding. The Center for Craft is excited to announce two $20,000 “Craft Research Fund Artist Fellowships” as the newest part of their longest-running grant program, the Craft Research Fund. These fellowships expand the definition of “research” and make funds available to mid-career artists for projects that would not otherwise be possible, culminating in an exhibition of new work at Center for Craft’s gallery in downtown Asheville, North Carolina and a presentation of their research at an upcoming symposium.
Center for Craft receives many inquiries from artists seeking funds to support their creative practice and research. Now, artists who fall outside of existing Craft Research Fund categories of Graduate, Project, and Exhibition grants have a complementary platform through which to seek funding. Mid-career artists, artisans, designers, makers, sculptors, and others who identify their practice within the field of craft are invited to submit proposals by October 1, 2019, through a process that combines both external nominations and self-nominations.
Opening two channels for nominations will ensure that applicants outside academic and traditional craft circles will be able to participate, widening the conversation around what research can look like – and who gets to conduct it. “Artists are actively expanding the definition of research,” said Cindi Strauss, a member of the Center for Craft’s Board of Directors and Sara and Bill Morgan Curator of Decorative Arts, Craft, and Design at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. “And I am pleased to see the Center for Craft continuing to demonstrate their leadership by recognizing and supporting this new direction in craft practice.”
This new fellowship evolved out of a two-day meeting on July 26-27, 2018, when nine national leaders in the fields of art, craft, and philanthropy met at Center for Craft to discuss grantmaking strategies to increase the award’s impact on the field of craft. The group contextualized and discussed definitions of “practice-based research” and considered comparative models for funding arts research and mid-career grants before finally making recommendations for the new grant program.
Applications Open: Jun 2019
Deadline: Oct 1, 2019
Notification: Dec 2019
Fellowship Period Begins: Jan 2020
Fellowship Period Ends: June 2021
Exhibition Period: Jun–Aug 2021
Symposium Presentation: July 2021
Final Report: Aug 2021
For more information, visit their website.
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