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K(now) Gallery Summer Show
http://www.know-nowgallery.com/calls-for-artist/

The Summer Juried Show is a Know Now Gallery opportunity to expose artists working in contemporary visual arts to a wide audience. This exhibition is a pop-up showcase in Seattle's Pioneer Square neighborhood. More information below or register and submit work online. ENTRY DEADLINE: Friday, May 15, 2013 ELIGIBILITY: National and international artists 16 years and older may submit a maximum of five works completed within the last twelve months and not exhibited in a previous Know Now Gallery exhibition. AWARDS: Over $1,000 in award money will be allocated by the juror. FEES: Non-refundable fee must accompany each of the up to 5 artworks submitted. Submissions must be paid by credit/debit card. Fee payment does not guarantee that any/all artworks submitted for jurying will be included in this exhibition. $35 for up to 5 entries, the total allowed. REQUIREMENTS: All submissions must be submitted digitally through the Know Now Gallery’s website. SELECTED WORKS: Selected artworks must be delivered ready to hang/display. Artworks considered unsuitable for hanging/presentation will be refused. Curatorial staff reserves the right to refuse an artwork that is misrepresented through documentation or is not the piece selected by juror. SALES: All works must be available for sale, the Know Now Gallery receives a 30% commission. SHIPPING AND INSURANCE: By submitting artwork for consideration for the Juried Show, the Artist acknowledges and accepts the following stated terms: The exhibiting Artist is responsible for all applicable charges related to the preparation, packaging, insuring, and shipping/delivery of artwork to and from the gallery.The Artist assumes all responsibility and holds Know Now Gallery harmless for any damages incurred during shipping. Artist may choose preferred art shipper. Artist agrees to hold Know Now Gallery harmless and waive all claims or causes of action against Know Now Gallery, its officers, directors, employees, and volunteers for any and all damages, loss, or injury caused to any person or person’s personal property arising from or relating to the exhibition of Artist’s artwork at the Know Now Gallery or by the Artist or persons affiliated with the Artist. SCHEDULE: May 15, 2013 All entry forms must be received by 5 pm PST. Late entries will not be accepted. June 4, 2013 Selected artists will be notified via email of acceptance. PLEASE DO NOT CALL OR EMAIL THE GALLERY. Jun 20, 2013 All accepted works, including shipped works, MUST be received by the Know Now Gallery no later than 7 pm PST. Late drop-offs will not be accepted June 27, 2013 Opening reception and awards ceremony for artists and guests from 6-9 pm PST July 28, 2013 Close of Show ABOUT KNOW NOW GALLERY: The Know Now Gallery is a pop-up arts organization in Seattle, Washington, and New York City whose mission is to develop and provide a central venue for artists and the general community to learn, network, share, and experience all varieties of artistic and cultural expression.


Kala Art Institute
http://www.kala.org/air/air_desc.html

Berkeley Residency and fellowship opportunities for artists working in printmaking, book arts, and digital media.


Kala Art Institute
http://www.kala.org/air/air.html

Artists working in various printmaking techniques, photo-processes, book arts and digital media including sound/video production can apply to become an Artist-in-Residence at Kala Art Institute. Residency applications are accepted four times per year. Note that this is a studio residency only, housing is not included. The Institute also runs a Fellowish Competition, providing studio space for a six month residency and a cash award.


Kala Bhavanam
http://www.artsresidencies.com

Kala Bhavanam, c/o Studio 54, Grove Park, London SE5 8LE, UK. Tel.: 00-44-207-7331806. Located in the tropical backwaters of the South West Indian state of Kerala, on 2 acres of lush tropical gardens, surrounded by canals, lakes, paddy fields, banana plantations, and forests of coconut palms. Can accomodate up to 14 artists at a time, year round, with a miniumum stay of one month. Writers, visual artists, musicians, and Ayurveda studies. Fees charged.


Kala Institute
http://www.kala.org

Kala Institute, 1060 Heinz Ave., Berkeley, CA 94710 (510) 549-2977. Housing in local apartments; 6 month residency with 24 hour access to the institute's facilities. Artists must pay for travel, food, housing; annual exhibition of fellows in gallery; 10 fellowships annually; fees charged. Extensive equipment on site.


Kalani Honua Eco-Resort, Institute for Culture and Awareness
http://www.kalani.com

Kalani Honua Eco-Resort, Institute for Culture and Awareness, RR #2, Box 4500, Pahoa, HI 96778 (800) 800-6886 or (808) 965-7828. 113 acres of secluded forest and coastline on the big island of Hawaii, 45 minutes from Hilo, 1 hour from Volcanoes National Park. 2-8 week residencies; year-round; fees charged. Also hosts workshops, conferences, annual hula festival.


Kamiyama Artist in Residence Program
http://www.town.kamiyama.lg.jo/kair/index_eng.html.

Kamiyama Artist in Residence Program, 100 Honnoma, Jinryo, Kamiyama-cho Myozai-gun, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan 771-3395. Tel: +81-88-676-1552. Located on the the island of Shikoku. Open to artists over 30 working in painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, and land art. Travel expenses, room and board, studio and materials allowance provided. 3 artists will be selected, one Japanese and two international. All artwork produced during residency becomes the property of the organizer, although artist retains copyright.


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Kanoria Centre for Arts
http://www.kanoriacorp.com

Kanoria Centre for Arts, Navarangpura, 390009, Ahmedabad, India. Tel: 91-630-8727.


Kansas Arts Commission
http://www.arts.state.ks.us/

The Kansas Arts Commission awards a limited number of Kansas Artists Fellowships in 10 disciplines, 5 every other year, to Kansas's creative artists to recognize sustained achievement and excellence. Each Kansas Artist Fellowship recipient will be awarded $5,000.


Kansas Arts Commission Arts in Education Projects
http://www.arts.state.ks.us/GrantOverview06.html

The goal of this project is to emphasize the importance of arts in the development of Kansas children. AIE project grants provide opportunities for children to experience the arts through hands on involvement. There are two AIE project categories: community AIE projects and AIE projects for at-risk students. Funds must be matched one to one.


Kansas Arts Commission Grassroots Program Grants
http://www.arts.state.ks.us/grant_program2005.html

Grassroots grants are offered to rural, multicultural, culturally specific, and emerging organizations. The goals of the program are to create long-term impact on local cultural life and enhance cultural development in rural communities; to support arts events originating from local community resources and initiatives in rural communities; to develop a network of arts organizers, educators, and artists in rural communities and provide them information, advice, and support; and to educate arts organizers, educators, and artists in rural communities about other regional, state, and federal resources. A four-to-one match is required.


Kansas Arts Commission Operational Support for Arts and Cultural Organizations
http://www.arts.state.ks.us/GrantOverview06.html

In operational support grant applications, arts organizations may apply for support of general operating, program, and administrative expenses; and on attached application components, arts organizations may apply for support of arts in education activities, and for support of Kansas touring program events. The purpose of the operational support grants is to strengthen the administrative and programming capability of arts organizations; enable arts organizations to provide high-quality, accessible arts activities, programs, and services to their constituencies; support arts organizations in planning and development of long-term goals; and augment, not supplant, local support for arts organizations. The purpose of the Arts in Education component is to provide an opportunity for children through the 12th grade to learn about and experience the arts as integral to growth and education and to provide access to education in the arts for every Kansas citizen. The purpose of the Kansas touring program component is to provide access by Kansas audiences to quality arts events; provide opportunities for professional Kansas performing artists to perform in communities throughout the state; and encourage Kansas presenters to share the resources of Kansas' accomplished performing artists.


Kansas Arts Commission Technical Assistance Grants
http://www.arts.state.ks.us/grant_program2005.html

Technical Assistance grants are offered to rural, multicultural, culturally specific, emerging organizations, and arts and cultural organizations. The objectives for the program are to create a long-term impact on local cultural life and enhance professional development of cultural organizations; to assist underserved communities in developing new--or enhancing existing--cultural organizations; to develop a network of arts organizers, educators, design professionals, and artists by providing them with information, technical assistance, and support; and to bring professional expertise to community organizations through an exchange of knowledge and experience. A two to one match is required.


Kansas Arts Commission Technical Assistance Grants
http://www.arts.state.ks.us/grant_program2005.html

Technical Assistance grants are offered to rural, multicultural, culturally specific, emerging organizations, and arts and cultural organizations. The objectives for the program are to create a long-term impact on local cultural life and enhance professional development of cultural organizations; to assist underserved communities in developing new--or enhancing existing--cultural organizations; to develop a network of arts organizers, educators, design professionals, and artists by providing them with information, technical assistance, and support; and to bring professional expertise to community organizations through an exchange of knowledge and experience. A two to one match is required.


Karrvaz Foundation Grants
http://www.karrvaz.com

Karrvaz Foundation calls for applications for the Artist in Residence Grants Program, for visual artists and creative people, at J


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Kate Neal Kinley Memorial Fellowship
http://www.faa.uiuc.edu/about_faa/funding_opportunities.html

The fellowships support students of fine and applied arts who have received degrees in art, architecture, or music. Three major fellowships will be awarded, two each in art, architecture, or music and an additional one in music. The fellowships are to be used toward defraying the expenses of advanced study of the fine arts in America or abroad. Two or three additional fellowships of lesser amounts may also be granted. Contact the committee chair for an application form and instructions.


Kathryn H. Wallace Award for Artists in Community Service
http://www.trianglecf.org/static/compschols.shtml#

This award is given annually to recognize an individual practicing artist residing in Wake, Durham, Orange, or Chatham county who has made a significant contribution to the Triangle community.


Katrina Artists Trust Fund of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston
http://www.camh.org/kat.html

The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston has launched the Katrina Artists Trust (KAT), a grant-making trust to provide financial support for visual artists in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama who were affected by Hurricane Katrina. By focusing its support on the painters, sculptors, and other visual artists who lived in the regions damaged by the hurricane, the Museum


Künstlerdorf Schoppingen
http://www.stiftung-kuenstlerdorf.de/english.html

Künstlerdorf Schoppingen 'offers an open platform for cooperation between artists and writers'. International visual artists, writers and musicians join in scholarships of up to six months. Residents receive a monthly grant of €1,025. Charges for accommodation and studios vary according to time of year. Deadline is 15th January 2008.


Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen
http://www.buchsenhausen.at

Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen is an international centre for art production, theoretical reflection and information exchange between artists. Two month residencies are offered to artists under 40, with access to equipment and a bursary. Email for more information.


Künstlerhäuser Worpswede
http://www.kuenstlerhaeuser-worpswede.de/English/english.html

Situated 25km north-east of Bremen, Künstlerhäuser Worpswede is an international residency centre that has hosted over 400 artists from thirty-five countries since it was founded in 1971. Residencies of six, nine and twelve months are offered in eleven studios. Grants towards residency costs vary according to length of stay. Access to a darkroom and print workshop is available. Deadline for the 2009 residency Visual Arts Porgramme is 10th July 2008. The grant is supported by the state of Lower Saxony through the award of a monthly grant of 1.400 Euros.


Kennedy Center Internships
http://www.kennedy-center.org/education/vilarinstitute/internships/hom...

Internships at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the national center for performing arts, are designed to offer meaningful learning experiences for people interested in careers in performing arts management and/or arts education. Upper-level undergraduate students, graduate students, and students who have not been out of school for more than two years are eligible to apply. Internships may be available in the following areas depending upon project needs of each department/program: advertising, development (corporate, research, membership, special events); education (Alliance for Arts Education, American College Theater Festival, ARTSEDGE, Community Partnerships, Events for Students, Events for Teachers, National Symphony Orchestra, Performance Plus [pre- and postperformance events], Theater Training, Youth and Family Programming), government liaison, management information services (computers), marketing press/media, programming, and sales services. Internships are available in the fall (September-December), application deadline June 15; winter/spring (January-April), application deadline October 25; and summer (May-August), application deadline March 1. A stipend of $800 per month is provided. Call or fax the Education Department for a brochure.


Kennedy Center Partners in Education
http://www.kennedy-center.org/education/partners

The center funds performing arts organizations interested in learning how to conduct teacher workshops that will help bring the performing arts into elementary and secondary schools.


Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation
http://www.fundsnetservices.com/goto.php?sblink_id=337

Family founded through economic freedom, the Norris Foundation supports programs that advance better health and intellectual enlightenment through education, cultivation of the arts, individual responsibility, freedom and dignity.


Kent Film Festival calls for entries
http://www.kentfilmfestival.org/

Entries are now open for the 2009 film festival. The Entry form can be downloaded on the festival’s website www.kentfilmfestival.org or by contacting the office at 860-248-5038. Filmmakers should submit their narrative, documentary, animated, short or feature to kent film festival po box 846 kent ct 06757. The festival will be held in Kent, Connecticut March 26- 29, 2008 at the community house on main street in our little village. All films must be postmarked by December 15, 2008. Go to kentfilmfestival.org (link below) for more details.


Kentucky Arts Council
http://www.kyarts.org/artistops.htm

Kentucky Arts Council offers many different grant opportunities, including the Individual Artist Fellowship, Individual Artist Professional Development Program, and Individual Artist Project Grant.


Kentucky Arts Council Artists in Residence--Artist Grants
http://www.artscouncil.ky.gov/guide/prog6/tip_guid.htm

KAC administers two grant programs (Artists in Residence and the Teacher Incentive program) which place outstanding professional artists into residencies in Kentucky schools to work, demonstrate their art forms, and share their ideas, creativity, and talents with students of all ages. Artists admitted to the KAC's Artist Roster can work in either of these programs. Artists may apply to the Roster in the following arts discipline areas (list is not meant to be limiting as other arts areas will apply): visual arts, including painting, sculpture, photography, etc.; media arts, including film/video, audio, computer animation, etc.; traditional/folk arts, including individual components such as traditional native arts like storytelling, quilting, wood carving, fiddling, Appalachian circle dancing, etc.; folklife, including fieldwork, where local traditional artists are identified by the folklorist, possibly with the help of students; teacher or adult workshops, where folk arts and folklife are defined, residency activities planned, and follow-through strategies considered; presentations, where visiting traditional artists perform, demonstrate, or conduct workshops; performing arts, including music, theater, dance, etc.; and literary arts, including poetry, fiction, playwrighting, etc. Initially, new applicants' work samples and resumes will be evaluated for quality and experience by respected professional artists. Selected applicants will be interviewed in mid-February. Interviewers will be assessing the artist's knowledge of his/her discipline and ability to share the artistic processes involved; initiative, judgment and temperament; communication skills; project ideas; and willingness and desire to work with people, often in rural, isolated parts of Kentucky. Visit the Web site for application materials. Annual deadline dates may vary; contact program staff for exact dates.


Kentucky Arts Council Artists in Residence--Teacher Incentive Program (TIP) Grants
http://www.artscouncil.ky.gov/guide/prog6/tip_guid.htm

The program places professional artists into Kentucky schools and communities for one to four week residencies to demonstrate art forms and share their creativity with students and teachers. The goals of the program are: to enable teachers to collaborate with practicing, professional artists on design and implementation of innovative projects using short-term artists' residencies; and to involve students and teachers directly in the creative process during an artist's residency, and to integrate the arts into daily instruction. A teacher (or group of teachers) works directly with an artist to design a project, complete with evaluation and follow-through ideas. The project must involve the students and teachers directly in the creative process during an artist's residency of five or ten days. The artist is available for the equivalent of four class periods daily (30-60 minutes each), with each student group meeting with the artist a minimum of five times during the residency. Special events or professional development workshops can be substituted if mutually agreeable to the artist and teachers. Projects may focus on any artistic discipline or combination of disciplines, except folklife. Application materials are available on the Web site. Annual deadline dates may vary; contact program staff for exact dates.


Kentucky Arts Council Folk Arts Project Grants
http://www.state.ky.us/agencies/arts/guide/prog4/fa_gdl.html

The Folk Arts program, a collaborative program between the Kentucky Arts Council and the Kentucky Historical Society, is designed to honor, strengthen, and make visible the stylistic and cultural variety of the folk and traditional arts that occur in the commonwealth. Funding supports organizations to identify, document, conserve, and/or present folk and traditional culture. Project support is a flexible category of funding assistance designed to respond to the changing needs of the arts in Kentucky and to meet specific public arts objectives. Project grants provide opportunities for Kentucky nonprofit organizations to enhance their arts programs. Folk arts grants can support a wide range of activities including surveys, festivals, concerts, tours, conferences, exhibits, school and community residencies, teacher training programs, workshops, narrative stages, radio programs, audio and video recordings, etc. Project grant awards will not exceed 50 percent of the total project cost (one-to-one match).


Kentucky Arts Council Project Grants
http://www.artscouncil.ky.gov/guide/prog4/fa_gdl.html

The project grant provides opportunities for Kentucky nonprofit organizations to enhance their arts programs. Project support is a flexible category of funding assistance designed to support new or expanded arts activities. Projects funded in the past have included, but are not limited to, arts education, arts organizational development, individual artist assistance, and community arts development and partnership projects designed to maximize community resources in support of the arts. A letter of intent to apply is requested by March 1; full application is due March 31. Application materials are available on the Web site.


Kentucky Arts Partnership Grant – Application
http://www.culturegrants-ky.org/

Kentucky Arts Partnership Grant – Application


Kentucky Crafted - Application
http://www.culturegrants-ky.org/

Kentucky Crafted - Application


Kentucky Foundation for Women
http://www.kfw.org/

For women artists residing in Kentucky who use art for social change. Kentucky Foundation for Women, Heyburn Building, Suite 1215, Louisville, KY 40202. 502-562-0045


Kentucky Humanities Council Grants
http://www.kyhumanities.org/grants/grant_types.html

Grants are awarded to specific projects aimed at out-of-school adults and families that present humanities topics and issues to Kentucky audiences. Projects should represent the ethnic, racial, and cultural diversity of Kentucky and be made accessible to persons with disabilities. Public humanities programs include, but are not limited to, conferences, lectures, radio and video productions, exhibits, teacher training and development of curricular materials, interpretive programs for festivals, book discussions, and planning for future projects. Fields include, but are not limited to history; literature; philosophy; language; linguistics; jurisprudence; archaeology; history and philosophy of art, medicine, or science; folklore; religious studies; and those aspects of the social sciences (political science, sociology, anthropology, economics, psychology) that employ a philosophical or historical approach. Major grants have no fixed upper limit above $1200, though awards of more than $10,000 are rarely made without substantial cash match from other sources. Media grants award funding for film, videotape, or radio productions of high technical quality and substantial humanities content. Mini-grants are for projects less than $1200 and are awarded monthly. Gift and matching grants award 50 cents for every privately raised dollar. Gift and matching requests may be combined with a request for regular (outright) grant funds. Consultation grants pay consulting scholars' honoraria and travel expenses to prepare a grant application. Preliminary applications for major and media grants are due on the deadline listed. Preliminary applications for mini-grants and applications for consultation grants may be made at any time.


Kentucky Poet Laureate Program – Nomination
http://www.artscouncil.ky.gov/guide/prog1/poet_gdl.htm

Kentucky Poet Laureate Program – Nomination


Key organisations - multi-year - inter-arts
http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/grants/grant_items/key_orgs_interdi...

Key organisations - multi-year - inter-arts - next closing date: none Key organisations - multi-year grants are for outstanding organisations that make a significant contribution to interdisciplinary art, hybrid art and new artistic practice.


Key organisations - multi-year - theatre
http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/grants/grant_items/key_organisation...

Key organisations - multi-year grants provide funding to a limited number of outstanding organisations to make high quality theatre works themselves or to create opportunities for others to do so.


Keyabopha
http://www.artsresidencies.com

Keyabopha, Studio 54, Grove Park, London SE5 8LE, UK. Tel: 00-44-207-7331806. Located in the rolling foothills of the Magaliesberg Mountains, on an 82 hectare estate full of wildlife, including monkeys. Year round, minimum stay one month. Can accomodate 16-18 artists. Fees charged. Patining, sculpture, ceramics, performing arts, photography, silversmithing, printing, Ayurvedic studies.


Keyholder Residency Program
http://www.printshop.org/web/Create/KeyholderResidences/index.html

The Keyholder Residency Program offers emerging artists free 24-hour access to professional printmaking facilities to develop new work and foster their artistic careers. Residencies are free and one year long, starting on April 1st and October 1st each year, and they take place in the Artists’ Studio, including the solvent/etching area and the darkroom. Keyholders work independently, in a productive atmosphere alongside other contemporary artists. They are not required to have any printmaking experience; facilities can be used for creative work in various mediums. Basic instruction in printmaking is available for new Keyholders who are interested. Technical assistance is not included in the program, but is available at additional cost. Participation is limited and competitive. Applications are evaluated by a committee of peers, based on the quality of submitted artwork. Artists without a studio space are encouraged to apply. Keyholder Residency includes: • 24-hour studio access • $500 stipend • storage space • basic supplies (newsprint, blotters, solvents, cleaners) • 20% discount on all Printshop classes • free digital documentation of selected works produced during the residency • inclusion in the Printshop's permanent art and image collection • promotion in the Printshop's quarterly newsletter and website • opportunity to show new work in exhibitions, open studio events, and other public events presented by the Printshop DEADLINE: September 2, 2008


Khalili Family Trust - The Khalili Collections
http://www.khalili.org/

Khalili Family Trust - The Khalili Collections - about their collections of Islamic, Japanese, Spanish, and Swedish art.


Khoj International Artists Workshop
http://www.Tel: 00 91 11 625 0927

A74A South Extension Part II, New Delhi 110049, India


Kiasma - Museum of Contemporary Art
http://www.kiasma.fng.fi

Kiasma - Museum of Contemporary Art, Mannerheiminaukio 2, FIN 00100 Helsinki, Finland. Tel: 011-358-9-1733-65397. Artists work in a museum whose goals are to promote diversity, cross-disciplinarity, and a broad understanding of visual culture.


Kibo Foundation - The Khalili Collection of Japanese Art
http://www.kibofoundation.org/

Kibo Foundation - The Khalili Collection of Japanese Art - collection of Meiji decorative art including metalwork, enamels, lacquerwork, and ceramics.


Kids In Need
http://www.cac.ca.gov/othergrants/ogdetail.php?id=138

2008 Teacher Grant Applications


Kiki Lazetic
http://www.www2.arnes.si/~klazet

Kiki Lazetic, Vevska 46, 1260 Ljuljana-Polje, Slovenia. Tel: 386-1-549-3403.


Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts
http://www.KHNCenterfortheArts.org

Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, 801 Third Corso, Nebraska City, NE 68410 (402) 874-9600. Newly-renovated Center, inspired by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, is located in the historic Missouri River town of Nebraska City. Residencies of 2, 4, 6, or 8 weeks offered for writers, visual artists and composers (approx. 38 residencies awarded annually). Residents provided with free housing and studio space, internet access and a $100/week stipend. Annual application deadlines on March 1 and September 1.


Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts
http://www.khncenterforthearts.org

Artist residencies to both U.S. and international artists. Residencies range from 2-8 weeks. Residents are provided with housing and studios and receive a stipend of $100 per week.


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