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Greater Manchester Voluntary Sector Support (VSS) is a diverse partnership of support organisations (often called infrastructure) that has come together to provide a range of coordinated services to frontline voluntary, community and faith sector (VCFS) organisations in Greater Manchester. VSS aims to ensure that high quality and relevant support to the VCFS in Greater Manchester is available and accessible to all, structured and organised for maximum efficiency and effectiveness, is sustainably funded and promotes and reflects diversity. The new website includes a directory of infrastructure support services for VCFS organisations and groups in Greater Manchester as well as providing news and information relevant to the sector. It is also envisaged that the site will become the shared work space for infrastructure support staff, offering the opportunity to work collaboratively on development. In addition, the site will allow us to inform other sectors and the general public of news and information about the sector in Greater Manchester.


DiGM (pronounced DIME), is Greater Manchester's central dance organisation, providing a whole range of opportunities for dance. We are delighted to announce the launch of our new website. DiGM's work covers a range of areas from community grants for dance in the districts, to the international dance festival Urban Moves. DiGM works with dance artists and companies, arts organisations, community groups, venues, local authorities and funders. DiGM do the following: * Deliver workshops & classes, residencies, commissions & performance opportunities. * Provide grants, bursaries, training, advice & information. * Aim to continue to increase opportunities for dance in the region, and to help put it firmly on the dance map!

Launch of Artists and Education Website - www.artistsandeducation.org

Artists and Education are a not for profit arts organisation that specialise in the delivery of arts provision for young people across the North West. We provide a number of different services including project management, continuous professional development, Artsmark Validation, events management and research and consultancy. We work in partnership with residency hosts (for example schools or community centres) to design and deliver artists residencies or projects. This includes finding suitable artists - we have currently in excess of 100 artists from a wealth of disciplines across the arts on our database - identifying project aims and outcomes, proving support and guidance for both artists and hosts and evaluating finished projects. We provide training programmes for artists and teachers. We deliver Artsmark training sessions for schools wishing to apply for Artsmark, and INSET sessions for teachers covering subjects from making the most of an artists residency to creating illustration with early years. For further information contact Jo@artistsandeducation.org

Youth Arts Starter Kit

A new Youth Arts Starter Kit has been launched by Artsplan, useful for anyone who is starting to work together with young people in the arts and would like a range of tools to support them in their work. The Youth Arts Starter Kit has been produced by Artswork, the national youth arts development agency, as part of their Artsplan department. All training and publications are written by experienced youth arts specialists, currently involved in a variety of project work through the UK. The kit contains a 441 page Youth Arts Directory, the youth arts funding guide titled Get Sorted: how to get organised, sort the budget and go for funding for your youth arts project, plus three sets of practical guidelines. For further details, or if you would like to purchase a Youth Arts Starter Kit please contact Jay Barron on 023 8063 0960 or email artsplan@artswork.org.uk .

Talented Young People

Are you aged between 13 and 24 years of age? Have you got a talent you want to share with the world? Have you run out of ideas on how to progress your talent any further? Do you want to know what it would take to achieve your dreams? If the answer to any of these questions is yes then help is finally on hand. Next week sees the launch of a new website which aims to help create more young stars. Talented Young People, the brainchild of Adam Sibley from Cornwall, is a free to use online resource tool for young people to further their talents. The website is jam packed with useful information and guides on how to further or pursue your talents. As well as a tips and advice section there is also an ask an expert section where each week viewers on the website will be able to put their questions to an industry expert.

Youth Media Fund

The Youth Media Fund (YMF), a £6 million fund announced by the Chancellor in his last budget, is being launched by the Department for Education and Skills and will help young people have a positive voice in the media. The aim of the fund is to give 13-19 year olds lifelong skills in media production, opportunities to boost their social and personal development, and a platform for their voices to be heard. The Youth Media Fund will offer grants for film, radio, television, print, photography and interactive media projects ranging from £1,000 to £80,000 to be completed and distributed by March 2008. Young people will be at the core of the Youth Media Fund at every stage, from inception to final delivery. YMF will be delivered by a consortium led by First Light Movies, in partnership with the UK Film Council, the Media Trust and Skillset. The brand name and identity of YMF will be revealed in early December 2006. Please send your CV - highlighting your previous assessment experience and your media knowledge, to: Leigh Thomas, Executive Director, Youth Media Fund, First Light Movies, The Bond, 180-182 Fazeley Street, Birmingham. B5 5SE. Tel: 0121 753 4866. Email: leigh@firstlightmovies.com

Youth Music funding

Subject to Youth Music's funding being confirmed by Arts Council England beyond 31 March 2007, there are three Open Programmes that you can apply to: First Steps - creative music-making for children aged 0-5 (please note that the First Steps programme has been revised); Make It Sound – music-making for 5-18 year olds who otherwise lack the chance to take part; Vocalise! – for programmes where the voice is the main instrument. For further information phone 020 7902 1060 or email info@youthmusic.org.uk

YouthBank UK

YouthBank is an innovative UK-wide grantmaking initiative run by young people for young people. Local YouthBanks provide small grants to projects led by young people, of benefit to the community and that also benefit the young people taking part. YouthBank is unique in that it is young people themselves who make decisions about how local YouthBanks are managed and run and, through a Board of young people, also direct the UK-wide programme. Each YouthBank decides its own criteria for grant giving and processes for applying for funds. Some have a standard form that you will need to fill in and others will require a letter of application; many will allow you to apply in different ways for example by using a video or story board. For more information, including where to find your nearest YouthBank, please contact YouthBank UK on 0116 242 7446 or by email at youthbank@nya.org.uk

Rupert Rhymes Bursary

Stage One is now accepting applications for the Rupert Rhymes Bursary. This award is aimed at those in their early stages of a career in theatre production or administration. It was founded as an opportunity to provide successful candidates with a unique opportunity to do something that is not catered for by other bursary schemes, through a financial award of £2,000. The deadline for applications is January 31st 2007. Further information relating to this award can be found on the website along with application information - http://www.stageone.uk.com/bursaries.htm#work Please email for any further information - enquiries@stageone.uk.com

The 32nd Annual Young Filmmakers Film & Video Festival

The 32nd Annual Young Filmmakers Film & Video Festival Northwest Film Center

4th Annual Wildlife and Nature Art Expo

4th Annual Wildlife and Nature Art Expo Fort Worden State Park

Call for Artists

Call for Artists Nightingale Gallery

Welcome the Rain! Festival and Sculpture Contest

Welcome the Rain! Festival and Sculpture Contest East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District

2008 Art Kudos International Juried Competition

2008 Art Kudos International Juried Competition

Call for Exhibtion Proposals

Call for Exhibtion Proposals Lower Columbia College

Temporary Art Exhibition Proposals Being Accepted

Temporary Art Exhibition Proposals Being Accepted Washington State Convention & Trade Center Art Committee


Artopia Artopia Seattle

Call for juried exhibition of fine art photography

Call for juried exhibition of fine art photography Washignton State Convention & Trade Center

Call for ISAFF 2008 Submissions

Call for ISAFF 2008 Submissions Independent South Asian film festival (ISAFF)Posted: 4/11/08

National Playwriting Competition

National Playwriting Competition East West Players

South Wastewater Treatment Plant Exterior Water Feature

South Wastewater Treatment Plant Exterior Water Feature 4Culture

Steve Cox Memorial Park Exterior Artwork

Steve Cox Memorial Park Exterior Artwork 4Culture

Public Artist Roster

Public Artist Roster Washington State Arts Commission

Call for artists working in recycled materials

Call for artists working in recycled materials Washington CEO Magazine

Public Art Opportunity - Lynnwood, WA

Public Art Opportunity - Lynnwood, WA City of Lynnwood Arts Commission

Electronic 4Culture - Call for Artists

Electronic 4Culture - Call for Artists 4Culture

Roster of Teaching Artists

Roster of Teaching Artists Washington State Arts Commission

Family Resouce Center/Volunteer Center in Live Oak

Family Resouce Center/Volunteer Center in Live Oak, CA Santa Cruz County Dept. of Parks, Open Space and Cultural ServicesPosted: 5/2/08

Slideluck + CoCA = The Slideluck CoCA Show: Call for entries!

Slideluck + CoCA = The Slideluck CoCA Show: Call for entries!

MetLife Foundation Partners in Arts Education Program

MetLife Foundation Partners in Arts Education Program

2009-2010 Civic Partner Program

2009-2010 Civic Partner Program

Poets & Writers grants for literary events

Poets & Writers grants for literary events

Artist Trust Fellowships

Artist Trust Fellowships

Call for entries to 911's Media Literacy Scholarship

Call for entries to 911's Media Literacy Scholarship

Durfee Foundation: Artist Resource for Completion Grants

ARC grants provide rapid, short-term assistance of up to $2,500 to individual artists who live in Los Angeles County. Funds must be used to enhance work that is near completion and scheduled for presentation within six months of the grant application deadline. Artists in any discipline may apply. Applicants must have a secure invitation from an established organization to present their work. There are four grant cycles per year. 1453 Third Street, Suite 312, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Documentary Photography Project Distribution Grants

This grant is offered to documentary photographers who have already completed a significant body of work on issues of social justice to collaborate with a partner organization and propose new ways of using photography as a tool for positive social change. Grants of $5,000 to $30,000 are awarded. Open Society Institute, 400 West 59th Street, New York, NY 10019

Daniel Langlois Foundation

Grants for development of innovative (noncommercial) projects combining art, science, and technology. Daniel Langlois Foundation, 3530 Saint-Laurent Blvd, Suite 402, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA H2X 2V1

Culture Shapes Community

Culture Shapes Community recognizes and encourages neighborhood based arts and cultural organizations as unique stakeholders in poor neighborhoods experiencing economic and demographic shifts. This is accomplished through programs that search out and make use of neighborhood identity and public space, that promote social integration among mixed-income and mixed-race residents, that offer opportunities for upward economic mobility and that empower all to have a strong voice for fair and equitable neighborhood change. 1429 21st Street, NW, Washington DC, 20036, phone: (202) 276-6503, fax: (202) 466-4845

Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF)

CERF accomplishes its mission to strengthen and sustain the careers of craft artists through direct financial and educational assistance to craft artists, including emergency relief assistance, business development support, and resources and referrals on topics such as health, safety, and insurance.


Two Grants: 1. The Community Art Program (CAP) encourages the use of meaningful, quality, participatory arts to build community. Limited to fund projects and programs in Minneapolis, MN and St. Paul, MN. 2. The General Fund supports 501(c)(3) organizations as they endeavor to produce art projects and programs that reach new audiences or that use the arts to serve the community. For information contact COMPAS, 304 Landmark Center, 75 West 5th Street, St. Paul, MN 55102-1414. Tel: 651-292-3249. Fax: 651-292-3258.

Changing Ideas

This organization assists charities and other individuals, including photographers and journalists, by providing support to achieve lasting, effective change. They provide imaginative solutions to humanitarian issues, and are unlike most grant giving organizations in that they also mentor, monitor, and support projects from their genesis to their completion.

Center for Documentary Studies Awards

Offering four awards: the Honickman First Book Prize in Photography; the Dorothea Lange/Paul Taylor Prize; the CDS Filmmaker Award; and the John Hope Franklin Student Documentary Award.

Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI)

Launched in 2001, this organization promotes knowledge sharing, networking and financial independence for individual artists and creative entrepreneurs by providing business training, grants and loans, and incubating innovative projects that create new program knowledge, tools and practices for artists in the field. Tapping leading experts from both the nonprofit and commercial business sectors, CCI develops next generation tools and support systems that artists need. 244 S. San Pedro Street, Suite 401, Los Angeles, CA 90012, phone 213-687-8577, fax 213-687-8578

Capelli D'Angeli Foundation

Offers fellowship grants of up to $500 each to artist who are in treatment or are survivors of cancer and are creating art in all media. Grant recipients and award amounts will be determined after a thorough review of the artist's work in slide form and the artist statement. Download a pdf application form on their web site. P.O. Box 656, Canton, CT 06019, 860-693-6208

California Community Foundation

Making grants to individual artists and arts organizations. They support a wide variety of programs that serve the myriad needs of Los Angeles County. Open to Los Angeles residents only. 445 South Figuroa St, Suite 3400, Los Angeles, CA 90071. Tel: 213-413-4130.

CA$H Grants: Theatre Bay Area

CA$H is a grants program designed by artists for artists to support professionally oriented theatre and dance artists and small companies with budgets under $100,000. Its purpose is to spark a creative surge throughout Northern California's theatre and dance community by providing grants to artists ($1,500) and small-sized organizations ($2,500). Approximately $20,000 are awarded each round. Funding decisions are made by a rotating five-member panel. 870 Market Street, Suite 375, San Francisco, CA 94102, phone: (415) 430-1140, Ext. 14

Bronx Council on the Arts

Bronx recognizes its own (BRIO) Individual Artists Grant offeres awards of $2500 each to artists who are at least 18 years old, not enrolled in art school, and live in the Bronx. The Bronx Council for the Arts. Telephone: 718-931-9500.

Betty Bowen Memorial Award, Seattle Art Museum

Open to artists working in any 2-D or 3-D medium who live in Washington, Oregon, or Idaho. No video or performing arts. Betty Bowan Memorial Award, Seattle Art Museum, PO Box 22000, Seattle, WA 98122. Call 206-654-3131.

Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artist's VDMFK Stipend

A monthly stipend available to any respectable mouth or foot painter in the world. The amount of the stipend is decided by the Association and may be adjusted depending upon the artist's career development. Stipends last for 3 years. For complete guidelines, write to the address below. Association of Mouth and Foot Painting Artists, Im Rietle 25, PO Box 526, 9494 Schaan, Lichtenstein

Arts in Healthcare Funds

Johnson & Johnson (J&J) working in partnership with the Society for the Arts in Healthcare (SAH), seeks to promote the use of the arts to enhance the healthcare experience for patients, their families, and caregivers. J&J & SAH have provided funding to over 100 programs in the US and Canada, representing leading models and initiatives in high quality healthcare through the use of arts. Proposals are now being sought from healthcare and/or arts organizations that have established arts in healthcare programs operating in or warranting replication in underserved communities.

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