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In Kind Direct
http://www.inkinddirect.org

Inexpensive materials and equipment given by companies


In Process 2009: Islip Art Museum
http://www.islipartmuseum.org

CALL for SUBMISSIONS: DEADLINE, December 15, 2008 I am requesting submissions for 'In Process.' This is a Winter Studio Program that takes place in the Carriage House at the Islip Art Museum. The galleries are transformed into working space during the winter months. 3 artists will be selected who wish to use the space as a studio from February though April, 2009 (3 months). Each artist will be given a large, private working area with 24-hour access to the building. Please, visit this link for a detailed floor plan: http://islipartmuseum.org/floor.plan.html The Museum wants to give artists an opportunity to work on demanding projects that would normally be difficult to do without the space offered by the Carriage House. Be sure to write a one-page proposal (max.) describing your project and why the space offered would be beneficial to the progress or completion of such a project. During their residency, artists may use the space however they see fit, to begin work, complete work, and display it to the public, collectors, or dealers. There will also be a weekend Open-Studio at the end of the program to showcase your accomplishments. The Museum will cater and promote the event that will also include a small catalog. Each artist will be given a stipend of $1500 for the residency. If you or anyone you know is interested in applying, please send: 1 page (max.) proposal outlining your project and why the Carriage House would help you to realize it (VERY IMPORTANT) If known, please indicate the number of days per week that you intend to be in the space working on your project Up to ten images of related work (slides, printouts, or jpgs no larger than 800 pixels in any direction) or An appropriate link to your website Artist Statement CV with contact information SASE for return of material (if wanted) To: 'In Process' c/o Jason Paradis, curator PO Box 924 Glenwood Landing, NY 11547-0924 or e-mail: jyparadis@gmail.com Include 'In Process 2009 Submission' in the subject line By (deadline): DECEMBER 15, 2008 If you have any questions or special requests, please contact me at the above e-mail address or the Islip Art Museum directly at (631) 224-5402. I hope to hear from you, Best, Jason Paradis


IN THE NEWS: ALL MEDIA
http://www.penandbrush.org

DEADLINE September 29 This all media exhibition, Nov. 6 – Nov 30, is open to all women artists. Juror: Morley Safer, '60 Minutes' correspondent. For more information send email to: info@penandbrush.org or visit www.penandbrush.org For prospectus send SASE to NEWS, The Pen and Brush, 16 East10 Street, New York, NY 10003.


In the spirit of Helen Crocker Russell Community Leadership Award
http://www.sff.org/programs/community-leadership-awards

For a mature, under-recognized artist for significant contributions to bay area arts. Public nominations will be accepted early in 2009. To nominate, go to the Community Leadership Awards page.


In Touch & Concerned
http://www.wvculture.org/arts/images/artexpo_callforartists.pdf

In Touch & Concerned is seeking artists and musicians to participate in Art Expo on Saturday, April 12th, 2008. Attached you will find a flyer with more information about the event. Please contact 296-6109 for an application form or for additional information.


incasso
http://www.nibincasso.nl

We are number one debt collection company world wide in more then 185 country.


Incassobureau
http://www.incassodeal.nl

We are #1 debt collection agency from the Netherlands! We do national and international debt collections.


Independent Feature Project (IFPNY)
http://www.ww.ifp.org

Funding for distribution of recently completed work is administered by the Independent Feature Project (IFP) in New York City. Support is available for professional independent media artists residing in New York State only. Film, video, sound art, and new media works are eligible for grants up to $5,000 annually. Contact IFPNY for more information. w


Indian Arts Research Center (IARC) Fellowships
http://www.sarweb.org/iarc/fellowships.htm

Indian Arts Research Center (IARC) Fellowships Date: December 1, 2008 AND January 15, 2009 Applications posted below and at IARC website The Indian Arts Research Center (IARC) in Santa Fe, New Mexico seeks Native and First Nations artists to apply for its upcoming fellowships. The next fellowship is the 2009 Eric and Barbara Dobkin Fellowship for Native Women, a three-month fellowship from March 1-May 31. Other fellowships are for all Native artists and include the Ronald and Susan Dubin Fellowship (June 15-August 15) and Rollin and Mary Ella King Fellowship (September 1-December 1.) Please forward to any artists, list serves, and individuals who may be interested. The IARC fellowships were established to support Native American and First Nations artists at the Indian Arts Research Center at the School of Advanced Research in any medium. The fellowships include: a $3,000 per month stipend, housing, a studio, as well as travel and material allowances. Applications for the 2009 Dobkin Fellowship must be postmarked by December 1, 2008. Due to a revised application process, all fellowships after the 2009 Dobkin will have a single deadline of January 15, 2009. This includes the 2009 Dubin Fellowship, 2009 King Fellowship, and 2010 Dobkin Fellowship. The first attachment is for the 2009 Dobkin Fellowship for Women. The second attachment is for all other fellowships. These can also be found at http://www.sarweb.org/iarc/fellowships.htm.


Indiana Artisan Development Project
http://www.in.gov/arts/2791.htm

Indiana Artisan Development Project


Indiana Arts Commission
http://www.in.gov/arts/grants/program.html

Indiana Arts Commission Grants support individual Indiana artists, in all disciplines, for specific project-related costs. Eligible projects are purposely left flexible to respond to the artists' ideas, dreams, and needs, however, the goal of this program is to aid the artists' career development.


Indiana Arts Commission American Masterpieces Grants
http://www.in.gov/arts/grants/program_american_masterpieces.html

A major initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts, this program was developed to introduce Americans to the best of their cultural and artistic legacy, through touring, local presentations, and arts education programs across all art forms that will reach all the American people. These activities need to convey the significance of American art and the activity needs to be historically and culturally significant. American Masterpiece applicants must match every dollar provided by the Indiana Arts Commission with one dollar of the organization


Indiana Arts Commission Multi-regional Major Arts Institutions Grants
http://www.in.gov/arts/grants/program_major.html

This program provides annual operating support for the ongoing artistic and administrative functions of eligible arts organizations that provide quality arts and cultural activities on a statewide or multi-regional basis, with special attention to underserved communities. An underserved community is one in which individuals lack access to arts programs due to: geography, economic conditions, ethnic background, disability or age. Operating expenses may include, but are not limited to, salaries, administrative fees, staff development and training, space and equipment rental, promotional costs, and production costs, etc., needed to support the organization


Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, AIR Program
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm

Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, AIR Program, 1100 N. Mineral Springs, Porter, IN 46304 (219) 926-7561 x 225. Residencies of 2-4 weeks in houses or campsites from June to September. Artists asked to donate art to park and to interact with interested patrons and staff. Dunes rise 200 ft. above the southern shore of Lake Michigan. Beach, marsh and prairie.


Individual Artist Career Grant Program
http://www.smahc.org/downloads/08_Individual_Artist.doc

$2,000 to aid established career artists Application Deadline: March 3, 2008 Grant writing workshop: Jan. 9, 2008 Panel meeting: March 29, 2008 Board Action: April 28, 2008 Earliest project start date: May 1, 2008


Individual Artist Development Grant Program
http://www.smahc.org/downloads/08_Individual_Artist.doc

$1,000 to aid established career artists Application Deadline: March 3, 2008 Grant writing workshop: Jan. 9, 2008 Panel meeting: March 29, 2008 Board Action: April 28, 2008 Earliest project start date: May 1, 2008


Individual Artist Fellowship
http://www.nd.gov/arts/grants/fellowship_guidelines.htm

The Individual Artist Fellowship program recognizes practicing artists residing in North Dakota with a monetary fellowship award. This program is designed to support professional artists with outstanding talent and ability to improve their artistic skills and enhance their career opportunities. Fellowships and guidelines for visual artists/craftspeople and media artists are available for 2009; literary and musical artists will be available for 2010; and fellowships for traditional, dance, and theatrical artists will be available in 2011. Award Amount: $2,500 Deadline Date: February 15, 2009 (submitted online)


Individual Artist Fellowship
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/docs/ArtistAP.doc

Individual Artist Fellowship


Individual Artist Fellowship (IAF)
http://www.tacarts.egrant.org/

This award provides fellowships to outstanding professional artists who live and work in Tennessee. No matching funds are required and no specific project has to be carried out with the grant award.


Individual Artist Fellowship (IAF)
http://www.tacarts.egrant.net/

Individual Artist Fellowship (IAF): This award provides fellowships to outstanding professional artists who live and work in Tennessee. No matching funds are required and no specific project has to be carried out with the grant award.


Individual Artist Fellowship and Distinguished Artist Award
http://www.fundsnetservices.com/goto.php?sblink_id=2965

The Rasmuson Foundation has three award programs for individual artists. Funding is available for emerging, mid-career and mature artists working in a variety of mediums


Individual Artist Fellowship Grants
http://www.njartscouncil.com/events_wata.cfm

Individual Artist Fellowship Grants: Highly competitive awards to New Jersey artists in 14 different arts disciplines (seven in each year) awarded solely on independent peer panel assessment of artistic quality taken from work samples submitted. The process is anonymous. The awards may be used to support the professional development of the artist. This program is carried out in partnership with the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation.


Individual Artist Fellowship Program
http://www.florida-arts.org/grants/fellowship/guidelines.htm

The Individual Artist Fellowship Program recognizes the creation of new artworks by individuals of exceptional talent and demonstrated ability. Fellowship awards support the general artistic and career advancement of the individual artist. Literature, Interdisciplinary, Theatre, Dance, Folklife and Music applied June 1, 2006. Visual arts and Media Arts applicants will apply June 1, 2007. Guidelines for the June 1, 2007 deadline will be available April 1, 2007. Guidelines are available to download for informational purposes only. To download the full guidelines, click on the link at the right.


Individual Artist Fellowship Program
http://www.florida-arts.org/grants/fellowship/index.htm

The Individual Artist Fellowship Program recognizes the creation of new artworks by individuals of exceptional talent and demonstrated ability. Fellowship awards support the general artistic and career advancement of the individual artist. Visit our Meet the Fellowship Recipients page to view a list of prior fellowship winners.


Individual Artist Fellowship Program
http://www.mainearts.maine.gov/Grants/Documents/ARTISTSAPP2007.rtf

Individual Artist Fellowship Program Application Deadline: June 12, 2009 Designed to reward artistic excellence, advance the careers of Maine artists, and promote public awareness regarding the eminence of the creative sector in Maine.


Individual Artist Fellowship Program
http://www.florida-arts.org/grants/fellowship/index.htm

The Individual Artist Fellowship Program recognizes the creation of new artworks by individuals of exceptional talent and demonstrated ability. Fellowship awards support the general artistic and career advancement of the individual artist. Visit our Meet the Fellowship Recipients page to view a list of prior fellowship winners.


Individual Artist Fellowship Program
http://www.mainearts.maine.gov/Grants/Documents/ARTISTSAPP2007.rtf

Designed to reward artistic excellence, advance the careers of Maine artists, and promote public awareness regarding the eminence of the creative sector in Maine.


Individual Artist Fellowships
http://www.southcarolinaarts.com/grants/artists/fellowships.shtml

Individual Artist Fellowships Deadline: October 1


Individual Artist Grant Program
http://www.winnipegarts.ca/pdf/IAapp08.pdf

The Winnipeg Arts Council recognizes the individual artist as the primary source of creative activity. The Individual Artist Grant Program is intended to assist the Winnipeg Arts Council in fulfilling its mandate by providing funding to Winnipeg artists. These grants are intended to support the creation of new work in any art form, or development, curation, exhibition or presentation of works of art by Winnipeg artists. The deadlines for the Individual Artist Grant Program are: March 4, 2008 for projects beginning after June 4, 2008 October 7, 2008 for brojects beginning after January 7, 2009


Individual Artist Grants Programs and Services
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/deadlines.asp

Individual Artist Grants Programs and Services Traditional Arts Apprenticeships January 15


Individual Artist Grants Programs and Services
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/deadlines.asp

Individual Artist Grants Programs and Services


Individual Artist Grants Programs and Services
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/deadlines.asp

Individual Artist Grants Programs and Services Individual Excellence Awards


Individual Artist Grants Programs and Services Individual Excellence Awards
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/deadlines.asp

Individual Artist Grants Programs and Services Individual Excellence Awards Deadline: September 1


Individual Artist Professional Development Grant - Application
http://www.artscouncil.ky.gov/guide/prog3/apd_app.pdf

Individual Artist Professional Development Grant - Application


Individual Artist Professional Development Grant - Application
http://www.artscouncil.ky.gov/guide/prog3/apd_app.pdf

Individual Artist Professional Development Grant - Application


Individual Artist Professional Development Grant - Application
http://www.artscouncil.ky.gov/guide/prog3/apd_app.pdf

Individual Artist Professional Development Grant - Application


Individual Artist Professional Development Grant – Application
http://www.artscouncil.ky.gov/guide/prog3/apd_app.pdf

Individual Artist Professional Development Grant – Application


Individual Artist Program
http://www.in.gov/arts/2540.htm

The Individual Artist Program (IAP) funds projects to aid in artist career development. Applications for FY2009 have closed.


Individual Artist Program:
http://www.in.gov/arts/2540.htm

Individual Artist Program: funds projects to aid artist career development.


Individual Artists Fellowship Grants
http://www.oregonartscommission.org/doc/Fellowship_08_guidelines.doc

Call Shannon Planchon at 503-229-6062 or shannon.planchon@state.or.us for more information Deadline: October 15, 2008 The Commission recognizes the achievements of Oregon artists and the contributions they make to the cultural health of the state through its annual Artist Fellowship grants- non-matching $3,000 stipends to a select group of the state's most innovative creators. The Commission will consider applications annually according to artistic discipline. In 2009, Oregon artists working in Literature (creative non-fiction, fiction, play writing and poetry) and Performing Arts (choreography, dance, music composition, music performance, theater and performance art) will be considered.


Individual Artists Fellowship Grants
http://www.oregonartscommission.org/doc/Fellowship_Final_Report.doc

Call Shannon Planchon at 503-229-6062 or shannon.planchon@state.or.us for more information Deadline: October 15, 2008 The Commission recognizes the achievements of Oregon artists and the contributions they make to the cultural health of the state through its annual Artist Fellowship grants- non-matching $3,000 stipends to a select group of the state's most innovative creators. The Commission will consider applications annually according to artistic discipline. In 2009, Oregon artists working in Literature (creative non-fiction, fiction, play writing and poetry) and Performing Arts (choreography, dance, music composition, music performance, theater and performance art) will be considered. Make sure you have Adobe Reader 8.0 or higher installed on your computer. Download the Individual Artist Fellowship Application here.


Individual Artists Fellowship Grants
http://www.oregonartscommission.org/Fellowship_09_App.pdf

Call Shannon Planchon at 503-229-6062 or shannon.planchon@state.or.us for more information Deadline: October 15, 2008 The Commission recognizes the achievements of Oregon artists and the contributions they make to the cultural health of the state through its annual Artist Fellowship grants- non-matching $3,000 stipends to a select group of the state's most innovative creators. The Commission will consider applications annually according to artistic discipline. In 2009, Oregon artists working in Literature (creative non-fiction, fiction, play writing and poetry) and Performing Arts (choreography, dance, music composition, music performance, theater and performance art) will be considered. Make sure you have Adobe Reader 8.0 or higher installed on your computer. Download the Individual Artist Fellowship Application here.


Individual Artists Fellowships
http://www.arkansasarts.com/grants/FellowshipApp.pdf

Eligibility Requirements Residents of Arkansas for at least one year who are at least 25 years of age at the time of application. Applicants cannot be degree-seeking students in the artistic categories chosen for that year and cannot have previously received an Arkansas Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship Award.


Individual Artists Fellowships
http://www.arkansasarts.com/grants/FellowshipApp.pdf

Recognize individual artistic accomplishments and enable artists to set aside time for creating their art and improving skill levels.


Individual artists funding
http://www.seattle.gov/arts/_downloads/cityartists/CA08Application.doc

Individual artists and the creative process are the heart of an arts community. Every year, the CityArtist Projects program provides funding to develop and present original work by Seattle artists, with different disciplines in alternating years. Funds may support new works, works-in-progress, or finished works, and all projects must include a public presentation. Funding awards range up to $10,000. In the 2007 funding cycle, we awarded $200,000 in grants to 31 artists working in the performing arts. The funded projects will involve 445 artists in 147 events throughout the city. Twenty-two of the 31 artist projects funded are first-time recipients, representing 71 percent of the awards, which range from $1,500 to $10,000. Sixty-five percent of the applicants' requests were fully funded with an average award of $6,451. The program received a record 118 applicants, a 103-percent increase in applications from the previous 2005 funding cycle for performing disciplines.


Individual Artists Program
http://www.nysca.org/public/guidelines/individual_artists/index.htm

The Individual Artists Program offers support for the creation of new work by New York State artists through artist-initiated projects in electronic media (video, sound art, installations, and new technologies) and film production, and the commissioning of new work by composers and theatre artists. Artists at various career stages are welcome to apply to this Program. Because the Council cannot make grants to individuals, each application to the Program must be sponsored by an eligible New York State nonprofit organization. First-time applicants are strongly encouraged to consult with Program staff well before the registration deadline. Other NYSCA discipline Programs offering support for the creation of new work include the Architecture, Planning and Design Program (Independent Projects category) and the Dance Program (Commissions category). This Program funds the New York Foundation for the Arts to provide artist fellowships in a variety of arts disciplines.


Individual Development in Sport, Active Recreation and Play.
http://www.westoxon.gov.uk/living/inddevelopment.cfm

To help with funding towards coaching qualifications.


Individual Excellence Awards
http://www.oac.state.oh.us/grantsprogs/guidelines/guide_deadlines.asp

Individual Excellence Awards


Inevitable definition
http://www.random-matters.com/inevitable-meaning-and-definition

Inevitable definition - unable to be avoided, evaded, or escaped; certain;necessary: an inevitable conclusion.


INFORMATION of the Artist in Residence Program in Hungary
http://www.bszechy@yahoo.com

deadline 3/25/2008 INFORMATION of the Artist in Residence Program in Hungary International Artist Residencies, Budapest/Balatonfured/A.I.R. Dates: Tuesday, May 20 - Thursday, June 12; Thuesday, June 17 - Thursday, July 10; Tuesday, July 15 - Thursday, August 7, 2008 Hungarian Multicultural Center, Inc. (HMC) is an award winning 501©3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting international art and the understanding of world cultures, through high quality art exhibitions, cultural exchanges and related educational programs. Based in Dallas and Budapest, the organization operates throughout the world. Incorporated in 1990, HMC has already received awards for artistic merit from the Hungarian National Art Found and Embassy of the United States of America, Budapest among others. The HMC's projects (exhibitions, seminars, lectures, and educational programming) focus on international art works as embodiments of individual artist's visions, which are understood to be informed--to a varying extent--by personal, local and global cultural influences on the artist. AIR is an international meeting point for the arts. Its aim is to support and encourage contemporaryartistic creation, research and debate. One of HMC's main activities is its Artist in Residence Program. The purpose of this program is to offer a platform to promote the exchange of artistic discourses from artists with different artistic backgrounds and from different geographical origins. The program is designed to encourage the exchange of ideas in order to broaden creative horizons. By encouraging this cultural diversity, we also hope to be able to update the debate between the artists themselves and between other professionals from the art world and the general public. HMC considers art as a dynamic social force that is capable of inspiring individuality and of defining groups. Our Artist in Residence Program also includes exhibitions, artist talks, film, workshops and other activities. HMC is planning and exchange program with other European Artist in Residence Program, so that the resident artists would be able to get in touch with other artistic centers. The current problems that have arisen from a lack of understanding of the varying cultures around the world today and it becomes even more apparent that HMC's projects address a number of very important needs. Visual art -- one of the few languages that transcends all boundaries -- offers a way to understand not only ourselves and one another, but it offers a venue for greatness, which must be supported if we as a civilization are to move forward. This is HMC's goal. After our 10 years anniversary we have published a book. The book includes all artists at the HMC's residencies, ntroductory by Dr. Geller Katalin-art historian. The book cost $16.00 + shipping and handling $4.00. The HMC invites interested visual artists and writers to submit application for its residency programs in Hungary. Its principal focus is an international residency program to which artists from around the world are invited. The goal is to provide a supportive community with uninterrupted time to work. The residencies offer participants a unique opportunity to interact with other artists representing a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Accepted applicants are expected to speak and understand English. Approximately 12 - 12 (total 36) artists are invited for each section. The residence offers 2 beds per room/bath as living quarters. Studio, room, breakfast and lunch, transportation to Balatonfured, exhibition and site seeing are included in the cost $1,550 (EURO$1,050). Artist must share the studio with other artists. Exhibition: The location of the exhibition and the final final contents of donated work must be decided after due consultation between the program director and the artist. If successful applicant wish to be accompanied by family members or an assistant, it is necessary to consult with HMC beforehand. Expected artists are give at least one informal public slide presentation about their work during their stay at the HMC and to leave one piece of work made during the residency as a donation to the HMC. Exhibition will be arranged. Also, we are organizing an exhibition for the 2006, 2007 participants at Vizivarosi Gallery, Budapest in June-July 2008. While HMC does not provide funding for residencies, we are helping to facilitate the creation of programs and support the cost of the exhibitions. We encourage the applicants to apply for a grant or scholarship and get in touch with official institutions. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS March 25/08: entry form, slides, fee and S.A.S.E. deadline March 28/08: Accepted/Rejected notification cards mailed Eligibility: Open to all professional artists Requested: application form, DVD/CD or video, resume, statement for writers 5 pages sample writing your plan to do at the AIR Entry Fee: $35 Accepted artists application materials will be retained at HMC.


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