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I-Park - Artists Enclave

Artists residencies, self-directed/project oriented, are offered from May through November; most sessions are four weeks in duration. Residencies will be offered to visual (including digital) artists, music composers, environmental artists, landscape and garden designers and architects. Work samples will be evaluated through a competitive, juried process. There is a $20 application processing fee required and artists are responsible for their own transportation to the area. They also provide for their own food and work materials. The facility is otherwise offered at no cost to accepted artists. I-Park is a 450-acre natural woodland retreat in rural East Haddam, Connecticut. Accommodations include comfortable private living quarters in an 1850's farmhouse, shared bathroom facilities and a private studio on the grounds. An electric kiln, music equipment and library facilities are provided. International applicants welcome.

Idaho Commission on the Arts

Idaho Commission on the Arts offers grants to individuals.

Idaho Commission on the Arts Artists in Education Residencies

The residency program is designed to place professional artists in educational settings to work and demonstrate their artistic disciplines. The program is intended to encourage continuing cooperation and collaboration among artists, teachers, administrators, students, and the community. Sponsors and artists design a residency that involves the participants in the creation, interpretation, and appreciation of the art form and the artist's perspective. Annual deadline dates vary; contact the program office for exact dates.

Idaho Commission on the Arts Education Innovations Grants

These grants are intended to support projects that advance the goal of the arts as a basic part of education. Projects must seek to enhance current arts curricula or must assist in the goal of establishing ongoing arts programming in schools and organizations. Funds may be used for workshops, consultants, in-service training, and other projects designed to increase skills in and awareness of arts education. Activities may serve pre-K through 12 populations, adult, and/or special constituents directly or indirectly. Colleges and universities are encouraged to apply in this category. Deadline dates may vary; contact the program director for exact dates.

Idaho Commission on the Arts QuickFunds Grants

QuickArts provides timely assistance to meet unanticipated opportunities for presenting or producing the arts, such as performances, exhibitions, festivals, conferences, artists' fees, arts education, and other programming in Idaho. QuickArts will make grants in three areas: QuickProject to organizations, individual artists, and teachers for project support; technical assistance for professional consultant services; and professional development to individual artists, art educators, and art administrators for activities that contribute to their professional development. Support may include, but is not limited to, fees for professional artists for a performance or project, release from work that will allow the artist time to complete a body of work, travel for a workshop or conference and registration fees, study with a mentor of significant accomplishment, and materials and supplies necessary to complete a body of work. Deadline dates may vary; contact the program office for exact dates.

Idaho Commission on the Arts School Connections: Audiences of Tommorrow Grants

Audiences of Tomorrow bring professional performances, exhibits, readings, and hands-on arts education activities to Idaho students. School Connections enhances and expands study of the arts as a basic component of education by building relationships between artists, arts organizations, and schools. Grants are made on a reimbursement basis for a maximum of 50 percent of direct costs, depending on available funds. Funds are limited, and priority will be given to projects that serve students attending schools in districts defined as rural by the state (counties with cities of 20,000 or fewer) or reach counties not previously served by the applicant's tour. Annual deadline dates may vary; contact the program director for exact dates.

Idaho Humanities Council Grants

The Council is dedicated to increasing the awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the humanities in Idaho. It supports educational programs for the general public and various target audiences. The Council meets twice a year to review applications for Major and Mini Grants. Applicants should submit rough drafts one month before deadline dates.


IDEASFACTORY is a Channel 4 4Learning initiative to help 14-34 year olds who want to work or study in the creative industries. The Ideas Factory covers the following areas: art & design; music & sound; performance; writing; new media; and film & TV. It also contains sections on business; funding & awards; training & courses; and careers. The site provides personal profiles, video interviews, knowledge, online chat forums, small ads, links to relevant websites and details of competitions and opportunities. Funding, course and careers search facilities are available and there are also a range of advice and guidance features on the site.

Idlewild Trust

A grant making trust that supports registered charities who encourage excellence in the performing and fine arts and the preservation of public of buildings and items of historical interest or national importance.

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Illinois Arts Council

The Illinois Arts Council awards grants to individuals for up to $7000

Illinois Arts Council

Illinois Arts Council, State of Illinois Center, 100 W. Randolph St., Chicago, IL 60601. Open to out of state artists; monthly stipend, studio space, and supplies

Illinois Arts Council Artists Fellowship Program (even-numbered fiscal years)

Non-matching Fellowships of $7,000 and Finalist Awards of $700 are awarded to Illinois artists of exceptional talent in recognition of their outstanding work and commitment to the arts. Awards are based upon the quality of works submitted and the evolving professional accomplishments of the applicant. Tthe Artists Fellowship Program operates on a two-year rotating cycle. The following discipline categories will be reviewed in even-numbered fiscal years: Choreography, Crafts, Ethnic and Folk Arts, Media Arts, New Performance Forms, Prose and Scriptworks.

Illinois Arts Council Arts-In-Education ArtsResource Grants

The goal for an ArtsResource project is for schools to implement projects in which artists serve as professional development consultants for teachers to strengthen and build on-site arts education curricula. Program activities may include in-service training, collaborative curriculum development and creation of local assessment strategies. Serving as a consultant rather than arts instructor in the development of on-site arts education programs, the artist does not become a replacement for an arts specialist or classroom teacher. ArtsResource projects should not be designed as an arts education project or residency activity for the K-12 student population.

Illinois Arts Council Arts-in-Education Residency Artists Roster Program

The IAC AIE Residency Program provides support to primary and secondary educational institutions, community colleges, and not-for-profit local arts and community organizations to work with an individual artist from one month to six months. Residencies involving performing artist companies range from two weeks to six months.

Illinois Arts Council Arts-in-Education Residency Program

The program provides support to primary and secondary educational institutions, community colleges, and nonprofit local and community organizations for artist residencies of one week to six months. Residencies use individual artists, performing arts companies, or folklorists. The council provides an approved roster of over 100 artists and groups of artists who are interested in these residencies. The applying school or organization is responsible for making contractual arrangements with the artists prior to submitting an application to the council for funding. The artist(s) must apply to be listed in the roster to be eligible. Applicant schools and organizations are strongly encouraged to consult with council staff before applying.

Illinois Arts Council Ethnic and Folk Arts Program Grants

Ethnic and Folk Arts Program Grants are designed to support organizations, programs, and projects which create, present, perform, exhibit, or document the traditional arts of Illinois. Ethnic and Folk Arts are defined as those artistic practices that have a community or family base; express that community

Illinois Arts Council Multidisciplinary Program Grants

These grants are designed to support organizations offering programming that involves or fuses two or more distinct artistic disciplines. Programs should be distinct, not supplemental in nature, and must integrally involve each of the participating art forms rather than be in service to a single art form. Grants are available for ongoing programming, new projects, staff, production costs, marketing, and audience development.

Illinois Arts Council Project QuickStart

Project QuickStart is designed to support project grants of up to $1000 for schools and school districts that are planning to conduct a short term residency experiences with specific Illinois artists during a school year. Priority is given to first-time applicants to the Illinois Arts Council. The purpose of this funding opportunity is to encourage schools to build new relationships with the state's artistic community. The proposed project should meet a specific community or curricular need identified by current staff and/or expand the artistic opportunities for the targeted group of students. Activities are limited to hands-on workshops, classes, demonstrations and lectures. Performances for large audiences must be linked with specific programs for a smaller group of students.

Illinois Arts Council Youth Employment in the Arts (YEA) Program

Applicants may request support for up to four high school interns per IAC program year. Recent high school graduates that have not yet entered college may be considered. The IAC program year is from September 1, 2006 through August 31, 2007. The IAC will support 16 weeks of an individual internship, up to 20 hours per week. The stipend offered must be no less than the Illinois minimum wage, currently $6.50 an hour. Interns may only participate in one IAC supported internship per year. Internships may be staggered throughout the year, clearly indicate the start and end date of each intern on the budget page.

Illinois Humanities Council Grants

The council awards mini grants and major grants to public humanities programs in Illinois that are shaped by and significantly involve humanities scholars and/or other community experts. The humanities emphasize analysis, interpretation, and exchange of ideas rather than the creative expression of the arts or the quantitative explanation of the sciences. Fields of study include, but are not limited to, the study of language, both modern and classical; linguistics; literature; history; jurisprudence; philosophy; archaeology; comparative religion; ethics; the history, criticism, and theory of the arts; those aspects of social sciences that have humanistic content and employ humanistic methods; and the study and application of the humanities to the human environment. Special criteria exist for the following types of projects (contact staff prior to application): media requests-- development ($4000 maximum) or production (usually $10,000 maximum); Website projects; local and community, or oral history projects; exhibition projects, especially photography exhibitions; repeat funding beyond three years; and requests of more than $10,000. Priority is give to programs developed by, for, or aimed at reaching new or historically neglected audiences. Mini grant applicants are encouraged to submit a draft proposal three weeks prior to the listed deadlines (January 15, April 15, July 15, and October 15); major grant applicants (deadlines February 15 and July 15) are encouraged to submit drafts by January 1 and June 1.

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Call for UK sculptures,installation and video artist submissions We have had a large number of photographers and painters ,so if you use another media we want to hear from you asap A chance for artists to exhibit in a very unique location in a London crypt. Illumini will be a mixed media exhibition running from 3rd sept 2008-18th sept 2008 (set up and take down dates are 2 days before and after) Dedicated to the subject of ‘light’. Artists should submit works that express and reflect different artistic perspectives and interpretations through various ideas of using light as a media in their work.,or inspired by light in their work. This could be projections, video, artificial or natural light (bare in mind it is a crypt). Or it can be as open as paintings, sculptures or performance art inspired by light Open to all Artists in the uk To submit your work by the dead line 1st March, the earlier the better Please send up to 6 photos small jpegs or web links of youtube/myspace/websites depending on the work by email. To illumini@hotmail.co.uk And a up to date CV including all contact details and artist statement And a brief description on how your work will suit this exhibition and space. To submit is free of charge This will be a team effort from all the artists involved a great way to network while setting up and promoting your exhibition to participate you will be expected to contribute some time and talent in promoting the show . We have managed to get this great venue and good location near Euston station for a good price. The cost of the venue will be divided between all artist involved approx £85 each plus contributing to promotional costs. This is an amazing opportunity for artist to exhibit at a great London location at a very affordable cost. We are also happy to hear from any performance artist that use light in their performance or character walk a rounds for the PV night .We can accommodate your travel expenses and a small fee.

imagine art after open call for artists and filmmakers

the 'imagine art after' open call for artists and filmmakers is now UK wide. We would like to amend the existing entry. please advise. info@imagineartafter.net

IMLS Conservation Project Support Grants

The grants provide matching funds to help museums identify conservation needs and priorities and perform activities to ensure the safekeeping of their collections. Projects may assess four types of collections: nonliving, systematics/natural history, living plants, and living animals. Grants are available for different types of conservation projects, such as environmental improvements, research, surveys and long-range plans, training, and treatment. Projects may not exceed two years. IMLS will pay up to one-half the cost of the project. A museum's matching funds must come from cash contributions, earned income, in-kind contributions, or nonfederal funds. This program also funds Exceptional Projects. These are projects with broad-reaching effects that benefit multiple institutions. The November 1 deadline apples to programs for museums in counties of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi that have been declared disaster areas by the federal government. Application and guidelines are available online.

Importation of Musicians Grant.

Importation of Musicians Grant. Assists South Dakota orchestras with the importation of musicians not available in their own communities.

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Improved Access to Government Grant Programmes in the UK

Improved Access to Government Grant Programmes in the UK available to voluntary and community sector programmes. Register with the website and receive regular details of new grants

Improving the Assessment of Student Learning in the Arts

Through this project, the Arts Endowment seeks to collect and analyze information on current practices and trends in the assessment of K-12 student learning in the arts and to identify models that might be most effective in various learning environments.

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In Process 2009: Islip Art Museum

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


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

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

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.


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Independent Feature Project (IFPNY)

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

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

Indiana Artisan Development Project

Indiana Arts Commission

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

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

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

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

$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

$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

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