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Arts Learning Grants
http://www.oregonartscommission.org/FY08%20Arts%20Learning%20Final%20R...

Grants for arts learning support teaching and learning in and about the arts in K-12 schools and communities. The grants also support programs and activities that promote the arts as an integral part of K-12 education. If you received an FY09 Arts Learning grant, and you need to revise your budget [it shows up as an interim report], open your electronic application here: FY09 Arts Learning Interim Report (Revised Budget)


Arts Learning in Schools Projects and Residency
http://www.nmarts.org/grants_programs.html

Arts Learning in Schools Projects and Residency- New Mexico Arts offers two grant categories for arts education projects in or with K-12 schools: Arts Learning in Schools Projects and Arts Learning in Schools Artist Residency. Charter schools and 501 (c) (3) private schools may apply for themselves. Public schools must apply through the parent-teacher organization if that organization is a 501 (c) (3) or through the school district. Arts Learning in Schools Projects funding supports a wide range of programs taking place in K-12 schools either during school hours or during after-school programs. These programs may focus on creative process arts activities, arts activities integrated into other content areas, or art history. Residencies with individual artists, however, must apply in the Artist Residency category below. Projects may be short-term, mid-length, or long-term. All projects should have strong evaluation and assessment components built into the project.; Arts Learning in Schools Artist Residency funding supports guest individual artists teamed with certified teachers to create programs that promote learning in and through the arts for schools. Residencies may take place in schools either during school hours or during after-school programs. Residencies may also take place off the school campus if the participants are teachers with their students. (Please note: Residencies for participants from the general community that occur in facilities other than schools should apply for funding in another category.) Artist residencies in schools support visiting individual artists collaborating with certified teachers to provide hands-on involvement in the creative process for students based on New Mexico arts education standards. Residencies may also include professional development activities for teachers, administrators, and artists. Residencies should be considered as supplemental to a school’s regular arts education program. Residencies may enhance an elementary school’s basic Elementary Fine Arts Education Program; secondary schools are encouraged to present residencies as well. Preference will be given to underserved schools.


Arts Learning: Artist Express
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/deadlines.asp

Arts Learning: Artist Express Deadline: Applications are due no later than six weeks prior to the date of the visit. Funds are limited and will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.


Arts Learning: Artist in Residence/Artists
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/deadlines.asp

Arts Learning: Artist in Residence/Artists Deadline: February 1


Arts Learning: Artist in Residence/Sponsors
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/deadlines.asp

Arts Learning: Artist in Residence/Sponsors Deadline: March 1


Arts Learning: Arts Partnership
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/deadlines.asp

Arts Learning: Arts Partnership Deadline: March 1


Arts Link
http://www.cecip.org/index.php?mid=26

Arts Link Collaborative Projects are designed to encourage mutually beneficial artistic collaboration between US artists and their counterparts in Central and Eastern Europe. Open to individual artists and non-profit arts organizations. Arts Link, CEC International Partners, 12 West 31st St., New York, NY 10001-4415. artslink@cecip.org


ARTS LOTTERY FUND
http://www.lotterygoodcauses.org.uk

The Arts Lottery Fund is managed by the Arts Council England. It will support artists, performers, promoters, presenters, curators, producers, and other individuals working in the arts; arts organisations, local authorities and other public organisations; partnerships, collectives, and regional and national organisations; organisations whose normal activity is not arts-related, including voluntary and community groups; and groups of organisations or individuals.


Arts Midwest Performing Arts Grants
http://www.artsmidwest.org/programs/programs.asp

Engagement must feature a professional performing artist/ensemble from outside applicant's state. Arts Midwest prefers to support the fine arts of dance, theater, music, youth and family entertainment, and other meaningful non-commercial performing arts forms appropriate for the community. The engagement includes at least one in-depth educational activity preferable conducted by the artist/ensemble and about their art form, performance technique, their training/background, etc. with the intent of educating adult and/or student audiences about the fine arts. Some examples of activities include workshops, masterclasses, educational lecture/demonstrations, and performances specifically for K-12 students.


Arts Network E Bulletin
http://www.artsnet@plu.edu

Free email bulletin with WA statewide mix of news, calls for artists, resource opportunities and workshops for both individual artists and organizations. Email a request to subscribe.


Arts NSW Performing Arts Touring Grants - New South Wales
http://www.arts.nsw.gov.au/%20

The Performing Arts Touring Program aims to provide greater access to professional performing arts programs throughout New South Wales by supporting tours to, from and between regional centres. Tours should include at least two venues and demonstrate economies of scale.


Arts On Tour
http://www.arkansasarts.com/programs/arts_on_tour

One of the council's most popular programs. It provides an opportunity for all Arkansans to experience the arts through performances and exhibitions by professional Arkansas artists listed in the Arts On Tour roster. Eligibility Requirements Organizations exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code; public schools; institutions of higher learning; units of city, county or state government.


Arts On Tour
http://www.arkansasarts.com/programs/arts_on_tour/FY09_Presenter_app.p...

One of the council's most popular programs. It provides an opportunity for all Arkansans to experience the arts through performances and exhibitions by professional Arkansas artists listed in the Arts On Tour roster.


Arts Opportunity Grant.
http://www.artscouncil.sd.gov/grants/artopport.aspx

Arts Opportunity Grant. Assists nonprofit organizations throughtout the year for a variety of activities. Up to $500 in matching funds may be awarded.


Arts Over America
http://www.nasaa-arts.org/aoa/grant_makers.shtml

The following Web links are not an exhaustive list of all the foundations and corporate grantmakers online. Instead, the focus is on providing a list of Web sites that reflect the major grant makers to the arts and culture as identified by The Foundation Center.


Arts Participation Initiative
http://www.arts.wa.gov/grants/arts-participation-initiative.shtml

Arts Participation Initiative funds nonprofit organizations to enhance cultural participation in ethnic, disabled, rural, and low-income communities throughout Washington.


Arts Participation Initiative
http://www.arts.wa.gov/grants/arts-participation-initiative.shtml

Arts Participation Initiative funds nonprofit organizations to enhance cultural participation in ethnic, disabled, rural, and low-income communities throughout Washington.


Arts Partnerships
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/guidelines/guide_deadlines.asp

Arts Partnerships


Arts Project Fund
http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/consumption/groups/public/documents/general_...

The Arts Project Fund supports activities and events in all art form and multi-artform areas. This includes the development and promotion of a wide range of arts activity throughout Norfolk. Individuals, community groups, professional and amateur organisations are eligible to apply. The maximum award available from the Arts Project Fund is £1000, though most awards are likely to be in the region of £300 - £500 due to pressure on the fund. The Arts Project Fund prioritises support to projects and activities that demonstrate significant community impact and benefit, and which most closely fulfil the Norfolk County Council Arts Policy Objectives.


Arts Project Support (APS)
http://www.tacarts.egrant.org/

This category provides funds for a wide variety of public value arts projects conducted by an organization located in an urban area.


Arts Project Support (APS)
http://www.tacarts.egrant.net/

Arts Project Support (APS): This category provides funds for a wide variety of public value arts projects conducted by an organization located in an urban area.


Arts Projects
http://www.nmarts.org/grants_programs.html

Arts Projects - funds organizations for arts activities in the following discipline areas: performing arts, visual arts, literary arts, media arts, and multidisciplinary arts (involving more than one artistic discipline).


Arts Recognition
http://www.oregonartscommission.org/grants/

The Oregon Arts Commission - September 4, 2007 and January 16, 2008 (electronic application only)


Arts Recognition Grants
http://www.oregon.cgweb.org/

Arts Recognition grants are $1,000 awards made to exemplary arts organizations that have a record of excellence in programming, service and organizational capacity, but have not received other Arts Commission funding. Arts Recognition grants are a visible indication of Commission support and assist in raising an organization's profile and in leveraging other funds and resources. These awards are not for operating support.


Arts Recognition Grants
http://www.oregon.cgweb.org/

Call Shannon Planchon, 503-229-6062, for more information FY2009 Deadlines: September 11, 2008 and January 15, 2009 Arts Recognition grants are $1,000 awards made to exemplary arts organizations that have a record of excellence in programming, service and organizational capacity, but have not received other Arts Commission funding. Arts Recognition grants are a visible indication of Commission support and assist in raising an organization's profile and in leveraging other funds and resources. These awards are not for operating support.


Arts Recognition Grants
http://www.oregon.cgweb.org/

Call Shannon Planchon, 503-229-6062, for more information FY2009 Deadlines: September 11, 2008 and January 15, 2009 Arts Recognition grants are $1,000 awards made to exemplary arts organizations that have a record of excellence in programming, service and organizational capacity, but have not received other Arts Commission funding. Arts Recognition grants are a visible indication of Commission support and assist in raising an organization's profile and in leveraging other funds and resources. These awards are not for operating support.


Arts SA
http://www.arts.sa.gov.au/

Government department responsible for the strategic development of the arts and cultural industry, assisting artists and arts activities by providing policy advice, grants management, development programs and corporate administration services. Also provides conservation and preservation services.


Arts Services
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Arts Services provides financial support to statewide arts service organizations to assist in the delivery of services to arts constituencies and for MAC initiated projects that address special needs. By invitation only.


Arts Services Grants
http://www.oregonartscommission.org/pdf/FY08Arts%20Services%20Guidline...

Call 503-229-6062, for more information Postmark Deadline: May 1, 2008 (Revised applications available March 7, 2008) The Oregon Arts Commission’s Arts Services grants provide operating support primarily for local and regional art councils (or other arts organizations) that offer: Regular, ongoing arts services to a broadly representative population; Information, programs and services that encourage all people to participate in arts activities; Opportunities that enhance the capacity of artists to contribute to the economic, social and cultural well being of their communities. Arts Services Grants are not project grants; they are operating support for arts organizations that offer a menu of quality arts services on an ongoing basis to a broadly representative population.


Arts Services Grants
http://www.spiridonov-m.ru

Pictures-state. Mikhail Spiridonov


Arts Services Grants
http://www.oregonartscommission.org/pdf/FY09_Arts_Services_Gdlns_Apps....

Call Brian Wagner, at 503-986-0083, for more information Postmark Deadline: Passed The Oregon Arts Commission’s Arts Services grants provide operating support primarily for local and regional art councils (or other arts organizations) that offer: Regular, ongoing arts services to a broadly representative population; Information, programs and services that encourage all people to participate in arts activities; Opportunities that enhance the capacity of artists to contribute to the economic, social and cultural well being of their communities. Arts Services Grants are not project grants; they are operating support for arts organizations that offer a menu of quality arts services on an ongoing basis to a broadly representative population.


Arts Services Grants
http://www.oregonartscommission.org/pdf/FY09_Arts_Services_Gdlns_Apps....

The Oregon Arts Commission’s Arts Services grants provide operating support primarily for local and regional art councils (or other arts organizations) that offer: Regular, ongoing arts services to a broadly representative population; Information, programs and services that encourage all people to participate in arts activities; Opportunities that enhance the capacity of artists to contribute to the economic, social and cultural well being of their communities.


Arts United for Davidson County - Spotlight Juried Exhibition
http://www.co.davidson.nc.us/arts

Spotlight Juried Exhibition: Annual competition open to all artists at least 18 years of age. All media are eligible. Work must be hand-delivered. Entry fee. Size and weight restrictions apply. Sculptures that require special installation may be entered, but AUDC may reserve the right to reject entries that cannot be accommodated. Works due in early June. $400 in cash awards. 30 percent commission on any works sold.


Arts Visibility
http://www.mainearts.maine.gov/Grants/Documents/ARTISTSAPP2007.rtf

Arts Visibility: Designed to assist Maine’s artists and arts organizations by providing the means with which to increase the visibility of specific artistic projects. Any 'good idea' that supports an individual artist or organization through increased visibility is eligible for the grant.


Arts Wire
http://www.artswire.org/

Arts Wire - weekly digest of arts news and a database of cultural resources from the New York Foundation for the Arts.


Arts Writers Grant Program
http://www.artswriters.org/home.php

'A three-year pilot program designed to support writers whose work addresses contemporary visual art through project-based grants issued directly to individual authors.' Awards 15 to 20 grants of $3,000 to $50,000 per year


Arts-in-Education ArtsResource
http://www.state.il.us/agency/iac/Guidelines/guidelines.htm#artsresour...

Arts-in-Education ArtsResource


Arts-in-Education Residency Artists Roster Application
http://www.state.il.us/agency/iac/Guidelines/guidelines.htm#aieroster

Arts-in-Education Residency Artists Roster Application


Artsadmin Bursaries
http://www.artsadmin.co.uk/artistsadvisor/bursaryscheme.html

Artsadmin Bursaries are for live art/time based media artists, and/or any one of the following in combination with the above: new performance, installation, text, sound, digital technology and projected image. The Artsamin Bursaries offer artists time to experiment with new ways of working, to practically research or take an idea further, or to further their creative process without the pressure of having to realize a final outcome or 'product'. Bursaries of


Artsadmin Bursaries
http://www.artsadmin.co.uk/artistsadvisor/bursaryscheme.html

Toynbee Studios, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6LS Tel: 020 7247 5102 Fax: 020 7247 5103 Textphone: 020 7247 5182 Email: admin@artsadmin.co.uk Artsadmin Bursaries are for live art/time based media artists, and/or any one of the following in combination with the above: new performance, installation, text, sound, digital technology and projected image. The Artsamin Bursaries offer artists time to experiment with new ways of working, to practically research or take an idea further, or to further their creative process without the pressure of having to realize a final outcome or 'product'. Bursaries of


Artscape 2009 - Artists' Market & Fashion at Artscape
http://www.artscape.org

Maryland. Deadline: March 31, 2009. Jury Fee: $30.00. Event Dates: July 18-20, 2009. Artscape, the largest free, public arts festival in the country, features 150+ artists, craftspeople and fashion designers, visual art exhibits both on and off site; incredible live concerts on four outdoor stages; a full schedule of performing arts including dance, opera, theater, film and classical music; demonstrations; workshops; an entire park dedicated to children with entertainment, hands-on projects, interactive learning experiences, take-away crafts, street theater and family fun; and a delicious international menu of food and beverages. Artscape is produced by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts, Inc. on behalf of the Baltimore Festival of the Arts, Inc. For more info, visit: www.artscape.org.


Artscape Gibraltar Point Residency Programme
http://www.torontoartscape.on.ca/gpiarp2/

The residency programme provides professional artists with a subsidized opportunity to live and work at the Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts on Toronto Island for one month. Facilitated by Artscape's Director of Arts Programs and Services, the residency is designed to further the professional development of artists and enable the creation, dissemination and production of new work by providing participants with time and space to think, create and experiment in a highly supportive environment. The competition is open to Canadian and international artists who are engaged in the research or creation of work. A peer-based selection committee comprised of accomplished multidisciplinary artists short-list the artists for the residency.


Artscape Trust
http://www.transartists.nl/air/artscape_trust.6527.html

Artscape Trust, 76 Savilby Road, LN1 2AB Sturton by Stow, Lincoln, United Kingdom. Tel: 44-142-778-7680.


ArtsLink Collaborative Projects
http://www.artslink@cecip.org

ArtsLink Collaborative Projects - allows US artists and arts organizations to undertake projects overseas with their colleagues in Central and Eastern Europe. Projects should offer demonstrable benefits to participants from both countries. For more info email artslink@cecip.org


Artspace
http://www.artspacenc.org

Artspace, 201 E. Davie St., Raleigh, NC 27601 (919) 821-2787. Regional emerging artist residency open to emerging artists from NC. Rent-free studio with 24-hr. access.


Artspace
http://www.artspacenc.org

Artspace, 201 E. Davie St., Raleigh, NC 27601 (919) 821-2787. Regional emerging artist residency open to emerging artists from NC. Rent-free studio with 24-hr. access.


Artspace
http://www.artspace.org/au

Artspace, The Gunnery, 43-51 Cowper Wharf Rd., Woolloomooloo 2011, New South Wales, Australia. Tel.: 61-2-3681899. 12 studios.


Artspace - Fine Contemporary Craft
http://www.artspacenc.org

Fine Contemporary Craft: A biennial national juried exhibition recognizing individual craftspeople and artists involved in the design and creation of contemporary functional and sculptural craft. Entry fee, slide deadline mid-Oct, cash awards. Regional Emerging Artist Residency Program: Provides emerging artists with time and space to explore their work in a supportive, thriving, artistic environment. One artist in his or her early professional career is chosen from a pool of applicants for a six-month residency. Application deadlines October 1 and April 1. The residency includes a private, rent-free studio with 24-hour access. Summer Artist in Residence Program: Provides an established artist with a studio space for four weeks while participating as an instructor in the Artspace Summer Arts Program (youth and adult classes). Artist concludes residency with a 6-8 week long exhibition in our main gallery space. Paid residency. Artspace Artists Association: Spring and fall jury process to select members for the professional Artspace Artists Association. Application fee. Benefits include opportunities for exhibition, gift shop representation, committee participation, studio rental if available. Annual membership dues.


Artstour Program and Roster
http://www.state.il.us/agency/iac/Guidelines/guidelines.htm#artstour

Artstour Program and Roster


ARTstralia
http://www.cybersydney.com.au/art/

The Australian arts and crafts search engine.


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