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Artist Fellowship Program
http://www.dcarts.dc.gov/dcarts/cwp/view,a,3,q,528118.asp

Artist Fellowship Program


Artist Fellowships
http://www.ncarts.org/grants_category.cfm?ID=35

$8,000 fellowships to support the creative development of N.C. artists.


Artist Fellowships
http://www.oregonartscommission.org/grants/

Visual arts, crafts, photography and design. State of Oregon.


Artist Fellowships
http://www.ncarts.org/grants_category.cfm?ID=35

Artist Fellowships $10,000 fellowships to support the creative development of N.C. artists.


ARTIST FELLOWSHIPS
http://www.nevadaculture.org/docs/arts/programs/artistservices/fellows...

Deadline application is being revised - available in Feb 2009 Eligible applicants: to apply for and retain a Fellowship, an applicant must currently: Be a practicing professional artist Be a Nevada resident for 12 months prior to application date Have U.S. citizenship or legal resident status Be at least 21 years old, and not be a degree-seeking student Annual grants available through the Artist Services Program, Artist Fellowship Grant seeks to recognize and reward outstanding individual artists living in Nevada who demonstrate excellence in their work. Grant awards of $5,000 go to nine individual artists – three in each category – literary, performing and visual arts. continue


Artist Grant
http://www.artscouncil.sd.gov/grants/artistgrant.aspx

Artist Grant. Provides financial support to developing professionals committed to advancing their work and careers as artists, through non-matching grants of $3,000.


Artist Grant
http://www.artscouncil.sd.gov/grants/artistgrant.aspx

Artist Grant. Provides financial support to developing professionals committed to advancing their work and careers as artists, through non-matching grants of $3,000.


Artist Grants
http://www.arts.utah.gov/funding/artists_grant/index.html

Artist Grants are funded by interest drawn from the Individual Artist Endowment, made possible by a National Endowment for the Arts Challenge Grant. Grants are for emerging and established artists in all disciplines.


Artist Grants - Utah
http://www.arts.utah.gov/funding/artists_grant/index.html

Artist Grants are funded by interest drawn from the Individual Artist Endowment, made possible by a National Endowment for the Arts Challenge Grant. Grants are for emerging and established artists in all disciplines. For more information, contact Guy Lebeda, Artist Services Team Leader, at (801) 236-7553, or glebeda@utah.gov.


Artist in Residence
http://www.arts@wcc.govt.nz

The Wellington City Council and the Asia New Zealand Foundation have launched the Bolton Street Cottage Artist in Residence programme. This programme is a new initiative that has developed from a partnership with the Wellington City Council and the Asia New Zealand Foundation. The residency is open to arts practitioners from Asian countries working in any genre including visual arts, performance, literature and moving image. Residencies will be project-based, and artists will work with their Wellington contemporaries, arts organisations and institutions to showcase their work. The first artist was Lee Kit who recently exhibited at Enjoy Public Art Gallery on Cuba Street. The next artist will be coming out to New Zealand in March / April 2008. City Arts team Phone: (04) 499 4444 Email: arts@wcc.govt.nz


Artist in Residence
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/guidelines/guide_deadlines.asp

Artist in Residence


Artist in Residence
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Artist in Residence is designed to strengthen school arts programs and allows artists to work with students, teachers, parents, and community members through a variety of activities. The maximum request is $2,500.


Artist in Residence
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Artist in Residence is designed to strengthen school arts programs and allows artists to work with students, teachers, parents, and community members through a variety of activities.


Artist in Residence at Acadia National Plark
http://www.nps.gov/acad/supportyourpark/artistinresidence.htm

APPLICANTS SOUGHT FOR 2009 ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM Applications for the program are accepted beginning November and must be received by January 5 for consideration for the following season. Notification will be made by April. There is a $25 non-refundable application fee for applying to the residency. ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM AT ACADIA The Artist-In-Residence Program offers professional writers, composers, and all visual and performing artists the opportunity to pursue their particular art form while surrounded by the inspiring landscape of the park. In the spring and fall, the park provides housing to participants for two-week to four-week periods. No additional stipend is available. In return, participating artists are asked to donate to the park collection a piece of work representative of their style and their stay. These creative works will be displayed on a rotating schedule or shared with the public through other appropriate means during the upcoming seasons. Artists are also asked to participate in one public program per week of their residency such as demonstrations, talks, exploratory hikes, or performances. In the fall, artists work with fourth--eighth grade students. Programs can be tailored to your medium, interests, and experiences, and only consume a few hours of your stay. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION at www.nps.gov/acad/supportyourpark/artistinresidence.htm Artist-In-Residence Program Coordinator Acadia National Park P.O. Box 177 Bar Harbor, ME 04609 207-288-3338 - '0' for operator Email: Kate_Petrie@nps.gov Qualifications professional writers, composers, and all visual and performing artists How to Apply There is a $25 non-refundable application fee for applying to the residency. Make checks payable to the National Park Service. Any medium that involves collecting or altering park resources would be in conflict with national park preservation goals and would be deemed inappropriate for a residency. Please send six copies of the following items: 1.A one- to two-page résumé and summary of creative works. 2.One-page statement stating what you hope to accomplish and achieve during a term as an artist-in-residence at Acadia National Park. 3.Description of public/school presentation. 4.Names and contact information of two references who know your work. 5.An appropriate sample of your recent work (i.e., six slides of different works (or JPEGs) from visual artists; six copies of a brief manuscript excerpt, short story, article, poetry, etc.—maximum of six pages—from writers and poets; one 1/2' VHS videotape or DVD from dancers and other performing artists.) 6.A self-addressed, stamped envelope for return of sample materials. (Written materials will not be returned.)


ARTIST IN RESIDENCE GRANTS
http://www.nevadaculture.org/docs/arts/programs/artsedu/roster/air.htm

Postmark Deadline: application is being revised and will be able November 2008 Eligible applicants: arts and non-arts organizations that are incorporated in the State of Nevada with 501(c)3 status; colleges and universities; public and non-profit private schools; and public institutions and agencies. Organizations in the process of obtaining their 501(c)3 status may apply with a Fiscal Agent. Annual grant available through the Arts Education Program, Artist in Residence (AIR) Grant provides support for professional artists to “be in residence.” Whether working in a school or for a public institution or community organization, the artist can provide creative inspiration to residency participants through a number of different activities, which are designed by BOTH sponsor and artist. The maximum award is $7,500 and requires a 1:1 cash match. continue


Artist in Residence Program (AIR)
http://www.nevadaculture.org/docs/arts/programs/artsedu/roster/air.htm

An annual grant category, the Artist in Residence Program (AIR) provides students, teachers and communities with direct hands-on arts experiences through personal interaction with working artists. The residency design allows the artist to explore his/her discipline with students, teachers and community members through a variety of components that may include teacher workshops, classes, lectures and discussions, rehearsals, performances, community events, and perhaps a final project. The primary intent of the AIR Program is to enrich and support ongoing arts education, not to supplant services more appropriately provided by educators trained in the arts or otherwise. AIR artists are expected to engage students and/or teachers in the artistic process through innovative project-based leadership and modeling, not to supplant or substitute services more appropriately provided by certified teachers. To that end, in-school residencies will only be funded if they supplement an existing program or provide a service that certified teachers typically cannot offer, unless the applicant makes an extremely compelling case otherwise. In any event, artists working under an AIR grant in a K-12 setting may never work with students without the supervision of a teacher without the expressed written consent of the school's principal.


Artist in Residence Program (AIR)
http://www.nevadaculture.org/docs/arts/programs/artsedu/roster/air.htm

An annual grant category, the Artist in Residence Program (AIR) provides students, teachers and communities with direct hands-on arts experiences through personal interaction with working artists. The residency design allows the artist to explore his/her discipline with students, teachers and community members through a variety of components that may include teacher workshops, classes, lectures and discussions, rehearsals, performances, community events, and perhaps a final project. The primary intent of the AIR Program is to enrich and support ongoing arts education, not to supplant services more appropriately provided by educators trained in the arts or otherwise. AIR artists are expected to engage students and/or teachers in the artistic process through innovative project-based leadership and modeling, not to supplant or substitute services more appropriately provided by certified teachers. To that end, in-school residencies will only be funded if they supplement an existing program or provide a service that certified teachers typically cannot offer, unless the applicant makes an extremely compelling case otherwise. In any event, artists working under an AIR grant in a K-12 setting may never work with students without the supervision of a teacher without the expressed written consent of the school's principal.


Artist in Residence Program at Acadia
http://www.nd.gov/arts/opportunities/nps.gov/acad/supportyourpark/arti...

The Artist-In-Residence Program offers professional writers, composers, and all visual and performing artists the opportunity to pursue their particular art form while surrounded by the inspiring landscape of the park. In the spring and fall, the park provides housing to participants for two-week to four-week periods. No additional stipend is available. In return, participating artists are asked to donate to the park collection a piece of work representative of their style and their stay. These creative works will be displayed on a rotating schedule or shared with the public through other appropriate means during the upcoming seasons. Artists are also asked to participate in one public program per week of their residency such as demonstrations, talks, exploratory hikes, or performances. In the fall, artists work with fourth--eighth grade students. Programs can be tailored to your medium, interests, and experiences, and only consume a few hours of your stay. HOW TO APPLY: Applications for the program are accepted beginning November and must be received by January 5 for consideration for the following season. Notification will be made by April. There is a $25 non-refundable application fee for applying to the residency. Make checks payable to the National Park Service. Any medium that involves collecting or altering park resources would be in conflict with national park preservation goals and would be deemed inappropriate for a residency. Please send six copies of the following items: 1. A one- to two-page résumé and summary of creative works. 2. One-page statement stating what you hope to accomplish and achieve during a term as an artist-in-residence at Acadia National Park. 3. Description of public/school presentation. 4. Names and contact information of two references who know your work. 5. An appropriate sample of your recent work (i.e., six slides of different works (or JPEGs) from visual artists; six copies of a brief manuscript excerpt, short story, article, poetry, etc.—maximum of six pages—from writers and poets; one 1/2' VHS videotape or DVD from dancers and other performing artists.) 6.A self-addressed, stamped envelope for return of sample materials. (Written materials will not be returned.) For more information, visit www.nps.gov/acad/supportyourpark/artistinresidence.htm; write to: Artist-In-Residence Program Coordinator, Acadia National Park, P.O. Box 177, Bar Harbor, ME 04609; call 207-288-3338 - '0' for operator; or email Kate_Petrie@nps.gov.


Artist in Residence—Artists
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/guidelines/guide_deadlines.asp

Artist in Residence—Artists


Artist In Residency
http://www.nps.gov/ever/supportyourpark/artistinresidence.htm

The Everglades National Park artist-in-residency program offers visual artists and writers the opportunity to live and work in the unique environment of the Everglades. Application deadlines are ongoing and will be reviewed several times during the year. How to Apply For more information, contact the Artist In Residence Coordinator at (305) 242-7700 or visit http://www.nps.gov/ever/supportyourpark/artistinresidence.htm.


Artist in Residency/ Installation Project
http://www.torpedofactory.org/

United States Virginia, Alexandria - Calls for Submissions, Acrylic, Ceramics, Crafts, Digital Media, Glass, Mosiac, Illustration, Mixed media, Sculpture, Watercolor, Oil, Pastel, Photography, Poetry, Video/Film Art Gallery Show Dates : July 23-August 24, 2008 Deadline: May 5, 2008 This is an exciting opportunity for artists to propose a site specific installation in the Target Gallery. This call for proposals is open to all artists nationally. This will feature an artist`s installation in progress for two weeks, where the public will be invited to visit and engage the artist in dialogue about their process, followed by two weeks of the work on exhibit in the gallery. The artist will provide a gallery talk at the reception on August 7. Juror: Our juror, Dale Ihnken, is Executive Director of the Hamiltonian Artists in Washington DC. Ihnken`s organization is designed to help promote emerging artists. He is also a Professor of Art with George Mason University. Ihnken studied at Bradley University and Maryland Institute College of Art and received his MFA from Pratt Institute of College of Art. Awards: A stipend will be offered to the artist of the chosen installation proposal along with assistance in finding accommodations. Please download prospectus for complete guidelines and instructions on how to enter. We cannot accept 35mm slides, email or web submissions. Image entry will be by PC compatible JPEG digital files only. Torpedo Factory Art Center/Target Gallery, 105 North Union St., 22314, Alexandria, Virginia, United States


Artist in the community scheme
http://www.artscouncil.ie/en/view_fund.aspx?fid=40fbd581-bd45-4118-902...

The aim of the scheme is to encourage intense collaboration between communities of place and/or interest and artists, culminating in an artwork or a project in which the members of the community group and the artists work together in order to realise an artistic project or an event.


Artist Initiative
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/artist_initiative.htm

Artist Initiative — This pilot program supports and assists artists at various stages in their careers. It encourages artistic development, nurtures artistic creativity, and recognizes the contributions individual artists make to the creative environment of the state of Minnesota. The Arts Board alternates disciplines eligible to apply from year to year. Music, photography, media arts/new media, poetry, and prose applications will be accepted during this grant round (fiscal year 2010). Dance, theater, and two- and three-dimensional visual arts grants were awarded last year (fiscal year 2009). Applications will be due Monday, June 1, 2009.


Artist Initiative
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/artist_initiative.htm

Artist Initiative — This pilot program supports and assists artists at various stages in their careers. It encourages artistic development, nurtures artistic creativity, and recognizes the contributions individual artists make to the creative environment of the state of Minnesota. The Arts Board alternates disciplines eligible to apply from year to year. Music, photography, media arts/new media, poetry, and prose applications will be accepted during this grant round (fiscal year 2010). Dance, theater, and two- and three-dimensional visual arts grants were awarded last year (fiscal year 2009). Applications will be due Monday, June 1, 2009.


Artist Major Grant and Mini Grant
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/funding/artist-project-grant/index.shtm...

Eligible Applicants Individual Applicants: Artists and educators 18 years of age or older who live in Iowa or communities immediately adjacent to Iowa (Refer to Border State Policy). Not Eligible to Apply: Students or other individuals requesting support for projects in which they will receive course credit, a degree, certification, etc. Applicants who have received two Iowa Arts Council grants within the same fiscal year of this proposed grant activity (this does NOT include Big Yellow School Bus, EZ 1-2-3, Arts Partners for Achievement, Traditional Arts Apprenticeships or Partnership Grants). Applicants who have an outstanding late Final Report for a previously funded application. (The Iowa Arts Council's fiscal year is July 1 through June 30 of the following year.) Grant Amount You may request up to $10,000 for a Major Grant or up to $1,500 for a Mini Grant, but no more than 50 percent of the total expenses of the project. Applicant match for the grant may include cash provided by the applicant, sponsors, ticket revenue, etc. and in-kind donations of time, materials and supplies. Artists may use their time as cash match.


Artist Minigrant
http://www.arts.state.ms.us/grants/documents/artistminigrantapp08.doc

The Artist Minigrant Program provides grants of up to $500 to support the professional development of individual artists by helping to fund: travel and registration for appropriate conferences; promotional efforts (such as printed invitations for a gallery opening); or artistic supplies (such as paint, film, or clay). Artist Minigrants are competitive and do not require a cash match.


Artist Minigrant
http://www.arts.state.ms.us/grants/artist-minigrant.php

The Artist Minigrant Program provides grants of up to $500 to support the professional development of individual artists by helping to fund: travel and registration for appropriate conferences; promotional efforts (such as printed invitations for a gallery opening); or artistic supplies (such as paint, film, or clay). Artist Minigrants are competitive and do not require a cash match.


Artist of the Month
http://www.digitalconsciousness.com/

We host the Digital Color Art Award. The Digital Color jury grants this award to an outstanding contemporary artist each month.


Artist of the Month
http://www.cac.ca.gov/artistcall/acdetail.php?id=158

General/mixed Deadline: 01-01-2010


Artist Pension Trust (APT)
http://www.aptglobal.org

Offers emerging and mid-career artists a investment product that provides them with a long-term financial security planning opportunity.


Artist Project Grants
http://www.arts.utah.gov/funding/artists_grant/documents/2008EmergingG...

This grant is designed for artists who are just starting their professional art career. Amounts are available up to $500.


Artist Project Grants
http://www.arts.utah.gov/funding/artists_grant/documents/2008Establish...

For artists who are well-established in their professional career, this grant is available in amounts up to $2,000.


Artist Representation by Wooloo in Berlin - Call for Submissions
http://www.criticalnetwork.co.uk/displayopportunities.php?id=10

Artists are invited to submit work for representation by the gallery Deadline: ongoing


Artist Representation by Wooloo in Berlin - Call for Submissions
http://www.spiridonov-m.ru

Pictures-state. Mikhail Spiridonov


Artist Residencies in Schools Grant (AIR)
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/docs/Form%20CommApandBu.doc

Artist Residencies in Schools Grant (AIR)


ARTIST RESIDENCIES IN VERMONT
http://www.vermontstudiocenter.org

This international residency program is open to all artists and writers. Year-round, VSC hosts 50 artists and writers per month, each of whom receives an individual studio, private room, and all meals. Residencies last from 2-12 weeks and provide uninterrupted time to work, a community of creative peers, and a beautiful village setting in northern Vermont. In addition, VSC's program includes a roster of Visiting Artists and Writers (2 painters, 2 sculptors and 2 writers per month) who offer slide talks/readings and individual studio visits/conferences. Entry fee. Applications and information available at: Vermont Studio Center Box 613 Johnson VT 05656


Artist Residency Costa Rica
http://www.conceptosartisticos.com

Please visit our web site.


ARTIST RESIDENCY PROGRAM
http://www.j.m.owens@hotmail.com

LUNA Artists In Residence (LUNA AIR) program offers residences for emerging Artists. LUNA AIR offers studio space for artists pursuing their creative spirit. Located in San Acacio, Colorado, USA, LUNA AIR, a program of Creative Education Services, LLC, evolved to provide emerging artists from every genre, an opportunity to participate in a retreat experience designed to accomplish their work away from the pressures and influences of mainstream life. The Artist in Residence Program (AIR) at LUNA encourages you to recharge... re-think... and recreate. Entry fee.


Artist Retreats
http://www.austinarts.org

Austin Arts Center, 300 Summit St., Trinity College, Hartford, CT 06106-3100 (865) 436-5860. Hosts artists-in-residence in fine arts, theater, music, and dance. (visual and performing arts)


Artist Roundtable
http://www.njartscouncil.org/events_maa.cfm

Artist Roundtable: Annual convening open to New Jersey artists in all disciplines to provide an overview of the Council's programs & services and for artists to discuss issues of importance. The Roundtable Format and discussion topics change yearly.


Artist Seeking Large Venue for Exhibition
http://www.info@simonfrederick.com

I am currently looking for a large venue to put on my exhibition in March 2013. The work will feature 30-35 Oversized large format prints. The Show is entitled MYMates@Work and is a collection photographic portraits of friends & acquaintances of the artist. Some are people we know, some we should know and others are people behind the people that we know. All of the subjects are talented people, rich in experience, story’s and subtext. These portraits introduces the viewer to the subjects in ways that are intimate and insightful, creating conditions that defines this group of individual in ways that make others care. Each image in this exhibition is different in style and technique from each other as a reflection of the personality of the subjects in this exhibition. This is beautiful work and requires a large venue in order to show it. If you have such a venue or you know someone who does I'd like to hear from you. please contact me @ info@simonfrederick.com


Artist Seeking Large Venue for Exhibition
http://www.info@simonfrederick.com

I am currently looking for a large venue to put on my exhibition in March 2013. The work will feature 30-35 Oversized large format prints. The Show is entitled MYMates@Work and is a collection photographic portraits of friends & acquaintances of the artist. Some are people we know, some we should know and others are people behind the people that we know. All of the subjects are talented people, rich in experience, story’s and subtext. These portraits introduces the viewer to the subjects in ways that are intimate and insightful, creating conditions that defines this group of individual in ways that make others care. Each image in this exhibition is different in style and technique from each other as a reflection of the personality of the subjects in this exhibition. This is beautiful work and requires a large venue in order to show it. If you have such a venue or you know someone who does I'd like to hear from you. please contact me @ info@simonfrederick.com


Artist Study Opportunity Grant Program
http://www.smahc.org/downloads/08_Individual_Artist.doc

Round II Application Deadline: April 1, 2008 Grant writing workshop: Feb. 20, 2008 Panel Meeting: May 3, 2008 Board Action: May 27, 2008 Earliest project start date June 1, 2008


Artist Trust
http://www.artisttrust.org/

Founded in 1986 by a group of arts patrons and artists concerned about the lack of support for individual artists, the Artist Trust is a not-for-profit organization dedicated exclusively to supporting Washington State artists working in all creative disciplines.


Artist Trust
http://www.artisttrust.org

Artist Trust is a not-for-profit organization dedicated exclusively to supporting Washington State artists working in all creative disciplines. Grants awarded to individual artists are Grants for Artist Projects which awards up to $1,500 to artists to begin, further or complete specific works of art, and Fellowships, which are unrestricted awards of $6,500 to recognize artistic merit and continued dedication to art-making.


Artist Trust
http://www.artisttrust.org

Comprehensive artist advocacy and referral services, resource lists and grants for individual artists. The Washington State Arts Commission channels grant funding to individual artists through the Artist Trust GAP and Fellowship programs. Artist Trust is a great organization that is worth supporting with a paid membership, which also gets you full access to all their opportunity listings.


Artist Trust
http://www.spokanearts.org/showopportunity.aspx?id=20

Artist Trust provides valuable information about activities and services, and are vital to the Washington State artists of all disciplines that Artist Trust serves. http://www.artisttrust.org/services/listing/instructions Contact Information: Artist Trust Contact Email: info@artisttrust.org Contact Phone: 206-467-8734 Response Deadline: 12/1/2008


Artist Trust Fellowships
http://www.seattle.gov/arts/opportunities/funding.asp?opp=41&cat=0...

Artist Trust Fellowships


Artist Trust website has many opportunities
http://www.spokanearts.org/showopportunity.aspx?id=269

12/31/2008 go to www.artisttrust.org/services/resources. Want to receive this information in your mailbox. Become a member of Artist Trust for $45 per year. Contact Information: Miquel Guillen, Information Services Manager Contact Email: miquel@artisttrust,.org Contact Phone: (206) 467-8734 X11 Response Deadline: 12/31/2008


Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Commission Fellowship
http://www.artisttrust.org/grants/FELL

The Fellowship Program awards $6,500 to practicing professional artists of exceptional talent and demonstrated ability. The Fellowship is a merit based, not a project based award. Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Commission Fellowships are awarded in two-year cycles. In May 2006, Artist Trust revised the Fellowship categories. Emerging & Cross-Disciplinary Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts and Traditional & Folk Arts are awarded in even-numbered years (2008). Music Arts, Media Arts, Literary Arts and Craft Arts are awarded in odd-numbered years (2007). A selection panel of three artists and arts professionals in each discipline select the Fellowship recipients. Fellowship applications are accepted biennially in June.


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