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Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters - Alumni Endowed Scholarship
http://www.scholendow.ais.msu.edu/student/ScholDetail.asp?Schol_ID=13

Recipients shall be an undergraduate enrolled full or part time in the College of Arts and Letters. Must demonstrate academic achievement and financial need. Recipient shall express acceptance and appreciation of the award in writing within six weeks of notification. Address to: Dean John Eadie, College of Arts and Letters, Linton Hall, M.S.U., East Lansing, MI 48824.


Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters - Fellowships
http://www.cal.msu.edu/portals/RecruitmentFellowshipInfo.htm

Dean's Recruitment Fellowship Competititon


Michigan Water Color Society 61st Annual Exhibition
http://www.mwcsart.com/

Juror: Ellen Murray. Eligibility: Artist must be a current or former resident of Michigan. Approximately $5000 in awards. Postmark deadline: February 1, 2008.


Micro Museum's Big Ideas
http://www.micromuseum.com

Promote Art Works, Inc announces a call to artists for its 'Micro Museum's Big Ideas' 2008 exhibits in Brooklyn, NY. Popular Vote for 'Best of Show'. Juror: Kathleen Laziza. Open to artists residing in the United States. Original works in any medium. $30 for 3 images. Deadline: Ongoing.


Micro Museum's Big Ideas
http://www.micromuseum.com

Open to artists residing in the United States. Original works in any medium.


Microsoft Grants:
http://www.microsoft.com/citizenship/giving/apply

The following types of Community-Based Technology and Learning Center (CTLC) organizations are eligible to request funding from Microsoft Community Affairs: Nonprofit


Microwave
http://www.filmlondon.org.uk/content.asp?CategoryID=779

Funding for full length film for up to


Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
http://www.midatlanticarts.org/funding/index.html

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation supports multiple funding programs.


Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
http://www.fundsnetservices.com/goto.php?sblink_id=1132

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation's dedication to supporting artists and their work is manifested primarily in its grants programs. The Foundation makes grants available to collaborating performing arts presenters to fund touring engagements through the ArtsConnect program. Grants for community artist-in-residence projects are made through the Foundation's Artists and Communities program. Geographic focus areas: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, U.S. Virgin Islands, and West Virginia.


Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
http://www.charm.net/~midarts/

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation - providing leadership and support through grants, technical assistance and information to artists and arts organizations.


Mid Atlantic Region Artists and Communities Program
http://www.midatlanticarts.org/programs_artistresidencies.html

The program offers support to partnerships between visiting artists and non-profit organizations engaged in community-based creative projects. Creative artists from New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania choreographers, composers, poets, writers, filmmakers, media and visual artists of all kinds) are supported in collaborative partnerships outside their home community with arts and/or community organizations. These projects serve to motivate and encourage people to examine issues of importance to them, thereby increasing appreciation of the role of the arts in community life. The projects must involve active cultural participation by members of the host community.


Mid Career Artist Seeking Gallery Rep Outside US.
http://www.tarnowskiart.com

Hello My name is G. Tarnowski. I am professional artist with a deep resume of exhibitions in the US, and major works in public and private collections. I recently left my exclusive worldwide agent after more than a decade of art representation. I am looking to build professional relationship with more international specific art galleries. If that is you then fell free to evaluate my artwork, artist background and credentials. My work is diverse and unique like my original style of Modern Allegorism (see Wikipedia), Being a diverse artist my abilities go from to Realism, and another original art manner of Elemental Abstract. I would like to submit my work as consideration. I am an experienced professional mid career artist. My work is considered a new global art movement.and is in permanent collections in six major museums from Australia to the United Kingdom with galleries representing my work from Hawaii to the UK. I have enjoyed a loyal collector base that includes Mel Gibson, Aaron Spelling, Ted Turner, Lonnie Anderson, Jane Seymour, Barbara Eden and the Billy Graham Institute. If you are a blue-chip gallery or museum, please review my art, information and professional history. I look toward to discussing any future professional art relationship. Feel free to search the distinctive art catagories of Tarnowski and let us know what best matches you and your clientele. Sincerely, Glen Tarnowski email:gt www.tarnowskiart.com


Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation
http://www.midatlanticarts.org

The Foundation is a regional organization of state agencies which offer programs that encourages exchanges and the sharing of resources within the region. Provides support through grants, technical assistance, and information to artists and arts organizations.


Mid-Sized Arts Organizations
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Mid-Sized Arts Organizations provides operational and program support for arts organizations with operating revenues of at least $500,000, but less than $2 million, and whose primary purpose is to present or produce art (other restrictions apply). For FY2010, MAC will accept Mid-Sized Arts Organizations applications.


Mid-Southern Watercolorists 38th Annual Exhibition
http://www.midsouthernwatercolorists.com

The Mid-Southern Watercolorists announces a call to artists for the 'Mid-Southern Watercolorists 38th Annual Exhibition', held May 9 - August 10, 2008 at the Historic Arkansas Museum in Little Rock. Awards: MSW Gold Medal Purchase Award, $2000, sponsored by Kutak Rock, LLP. Juror: Ratindra Das, AWS, NWS, TWSA. Open to all active members of MSW in good standing, $35 annual membership. Deadline: January 4, 2008


Mid-Southern Watercolorists 38th Annual Exhibition
http://www.midsouthernwatercolorists.com

MSW Gold Medal Purchase Award, $2000, sponsored by Kutak Rock, LLP. 1) digital image per painting on CD, 2) Entry form, 3) jury notification card SASE addressed, and 4) handling fee to: Paula Kalina, 2301 Old Forge Drive, Little Rock, AR 72227-3832.


Mid-Southern Watercolorists 38th Annual Exhibition
http://www.midsouthernwatercolorists.com

Venue: Historic Arkansas Museum, 200 Third St., Little Rock, Arkansas Awards: MSW Gold Medal Purchase Award, $2000, sponsored by Kutak Rock, LLP Juror: Ratindra Das, AWS, NWS, TWSA Eligibility: Open to all active members of MSW in good standing, $35 annual membership. Fees: $20 for one painting or $25 for two paintings. Fee must accompany entry form. Make check payable to Mid-Southern Watercolorists.


Midland Arts Association 2009 Spring Juried Art Exhibition
http://www.midlandartsassociation.org

Original work produced in the last two years by individual, without supervision, in any medium, is eligible for entry, on slide or CD.


Midwest Artist looking for Gallery
http://www.jfuchsauthorversion.blogspot.com

I am looking for gallery space to exhibit current and future art / projects. email also available: jessicanfuchs@yahoo.com


Midwest Salute to the Arts
http://www.zapplication.org

Come and be one of the select 100 artists exhibiting in Everett Moody Park at Longacre in Fairview Heights, Illinois for the 21st Annual Midwest Salute to Arts. This festival of fine art will take place August 22-24 and features cash awards over $15,000. Deadline: April 30, 2008. For more information or to apply, go to: www.zapplication.org


Milagro Foundation Grants
http://www.milagrofoundation.org/apply.asp

Started by musician Carlos Santana and his wife Deborah, the foundation supports educational efforts that help youths live healthy, literate, and culturally enriched lives. Priority is helping at-risk and vulnerable populations acquire the skills to succeed in life. The foundation is especially interested in arts education. Preliminary letters of inquiry are accepted at any time. The board meets in February, June, and October.


Milkwood International
http://www.milkwoodinternational.org/index.php

Milkwood International, Plesivecka 109, Cesky Krumlov 380 01, Czech Republic. Tel.: 420-380-711241. Also: 1448 W. Winnemac, Apt 1B, Chicago, IL 60640 (773) 989-9841. Peter Grosz, Director. Located in the historic district on the Vltava River. Residencies of 2 weeks-2 months for writers, researchers. Also can find offsite studios for sculptors, painters and performance artists. Fees of $450/month requested; adjustable to financial need.


Mill Atelier Artists Residency Program
http://www.collectorsguide.com/sf/g389.html

Mill Atelier Artists Residency Program, 530 Canyon Rd., Santa Fe, NM 87501 (505) 989-9213--open to emerging (but trained) painters, 2 months, May-Oct.; furnished apt. for one. No stipend, no fees.


Millard Meiss Publication Fund Grants
http://www.collegeart.org/caa/resources/meiss/index.html

The grant is to be used to subsidize publication costs of book-length scholarly manuscripts on any period of art history. Publisher will need to submit a written statement giving technical specifications of the proposed publication and amount of subsidy required, and enclosing all reviews of the manuscript. Application forms are available on the Web site.


Millenium Awards
http://www.starpeople.org.uk

People of all ages, backgrounds and abilities from all parts of the United Kingdom can apply for a Millennium award. Funded by the Millennium Commission, Awards are distribited through charities and other organisations with community networks and a track record in grant making.


Millennium Commission
http://www.millennium.gov.uk/

This is the website of the Millennium Commission, which was set up in the UK in February 1994 as an independent body to distribute money from the National Lottery. Although they have completed most of their grant-giving work, the Commission is still offering grants, through awards for community projects. The website has the latest news about funding and details of how to apply for awards. There is also information about completed projects. An image sensitive map lists the major ventures throughout the UK and links to projects that have benefited from the Millennium Commission.


Millett Farm
http://www.katemillett.com/

Millett Farm, 20 Old Overlook Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY 12603 (845) 473-9267 or Kate Millet, 59 East 4th St #5E, New York, NY 10003. Colony for women on a Poughkeepsie tree farm. Studio, room, board. Private rooms, food, utilities, laudry, darkroom facilities, woodworking tools, ample studio space. Residents asked to work 5 hours per day; residencies range from a few weeks to a full summer. $70 board fee.


Millfield Arts Projects (administered by Atkinson Gallery)
http://www.millfield.co.uk

Sculpture commission


Millies Movie Mural Competition
http://www.MilliesMovie.com

Millies Movie Mural Competition - Your art could be featured in our film! Award-Winning Director Lorre Fritchy is teaming with Gallery 181 to host a contest that will determine the winning artist to create paintings featured in Fritchy's upcoming feature film, 'Millies,' to be filmed in and around Lawrence, MA in 2008. In the film, a troubled group of mill workers returns from 1912 to convince a bankrupt mill owner that her future is the key to their past. The paintings are significant in the subplot between the mill owner and a delinquent Latino youth. Images should represent the theme of 'Mill Ghosts' - see mill buildings themselves as characters in a story, what history or industry has happened there, what dichotomy of the rich and the poor they represent, how do old mills fit into the modern world? Show us your inner Millie! Some entries will be selected for a special exhibit at Gallery 181 in Lawrence from September 10 to October 11, 2007. The winner will be announced at a reception October 5th, 2007. Submissions accepted via email or CD. Entry fees are $35 for up to three entries. To contact the director, email: lorre@masterpeaceproductions.com.


Mini Grants
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Mini Grants provides project support for small arts groups and rural-based organizations through a less complicated application process. The maximum request is $2,000.


Mini Grants
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/minigrants.htm

Mini Grants - quarterly grants for a variety of small public projects and activities, consultancies, and professional development for arts and educational administrators


Mini Grants
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/minigrants.htm

Mini Grants - quarterly grants for a variety of small public projects and activities, consultancies, and professional development for arts and educational administrators


Mini-Grant
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/docs/Form%20CommApandBu.doc

Mini-Grant


Mini-Grants (AE-MG)
http://www.tacarts.egrant.org/

Offered year-round to support unanticipated short-term (one week) or one-day arts education projects with roster artists.


Mini-Grants (AE-MG):
http://www.tacarts.egrant.net/

Mini-Grants (AE-MG): Offered year-round to support unanticipated short-term (one week) or one-day arts education projects with roster artists.


Minigrants
http://www.arts.state.ms.us/files/minigrantapp.doc

Minigrants are designed to meet a wide variety of needs in Mississippi communities. The program may be used to present an artist from MAC


Minneapolis College of Art & Design, AIR Program
http://www.mcad.edu/fellowships

Minneapolis College of Art & Design, AIR Program, 133 E. 25th St., Minneapolis, MN 55404. Teaching residencies of 1-12 months, includes room, studio, and stipend. Sculptors encouraged to apply.


Minnesota Biennial 3D II
http://www.mmaa.org/MN_Biennial_3D_II.html

Sponsor/Venue: Minnesota Museum of American Art, St. Paul, MN Awards: The Minnesota Museum of American Art will purchase one or more works of art from each Minnesota Biennial Juror: Jennifer Jankauskas Eligibility: The Minnesota Biennial: 3D II is open to all artists 18 years of age and older currently living and working in Minnesota. Fees: $30 Commission: n/a E-mail: Eunice Haugen Phone: 651-266-1035


Minnesota Center for Book Arts
http://www.mnbookarts.org

Minnesota Center for Book Arts, 24 North Third Street, Minneapolis, MN 55401 (612) 338-3634. 1 year residencies; 24 hour access; teaching opportunities. For artists working in book binding, papermaking, printmaking.


Minnesota Humanities Commission General Grants
http://www.minnesotahumanities.org/Grants/grants.htm

The MHC grant program provides funding for Minnesota groups and organizations conducting public projects in the humanities. MHC grants are intended to foster connections among humanities scholars, cultural organizations, and community groups. Eligible projects involve one or more of the humanities disciplines: history, literature, philosophy, archaeology, modern and classical languages, ethics, jurisprudence, comparative religion, linguistics, cultural anthropology, history and criticism of the arts, and historical or philosophical approaches to the social and natural sciences. General grants are intended for multisite projects, exhibitions, lecture/discussion series, public conferences, and other large-scale humanities projects. Applications may be submitted at any time but at least eight weeks prior to the beginning of the project. Priority applications are minority organizations, Greater Minnesota organizations, organizations proposing multisite projects serving hard-to-reach audiences, and senior citizen organizations. Applicants are encouraged to contact MHC before submitting a draft application. Grants are reviewed on a rolling application basis.


Minnesota Humanities Commission Small and Mini-Grants
http://www.minnesotahumanities.org/Grants/project.htm

The MHC grant program provides funding for Minnesota groups and organizations conducting public projects in the humanities. MHC grants are intended to foster connections among humanities scholars, cultural organizations, and community groups. Eligible projects involve one or more of the humanities disciplines: history, literature, philosophy, archaeology, modern and classical languages, ethics, jurisprudence, comparative religion, linguistics, cultural anthropology, history and criticism of the arts, and historical or philosophical approaches to the social and natural sciences. Small grants are for multi-speaker programs, panel discussions, pilot projects, and small-scale, single-site projects. In some instances small grants may be used to fund planning for a larger humanities project. Applications may be submitted at least six weeks prior to the beginning of a project. Mini-grants are for funding small programs, especially speaker programs. Applications may be submitted at least four weeks prior to the program date. Applicants will be notified of a decision within two weeks of receipt of the application.


Minnesota State Arts Board
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/artists.htm

The Fellowship program is designed to recognize, reward and encourage outstanding individual artists. Twelve-month fellowships can provide time, materials and living expenses for artists working in the visual, literary and performing arts. Designed for artists at various stages in their careers, fellowships allow artists to set aside time to work, purchase supplies and materials, undertake advanced study not related to a degree or to pursue other career goals. All fellowships are $8,000.


Minnesota State Arts Board Percent for Art in Public Places Program
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/other/percent.htm

This program enables state buildings with construction or renovation budgets of $500,000 or more to designate up to 1 percent of their total construction budgets for the purchase or commission of original art work for the site. Administered jointly by the Arts Board and the Department of Administration, this contract-for-service program is open to artists nationwide. Artists can submit slides for the registry. Detailed information for specific building sites is distributed on occasion. Deadlines for submitting slides to the registry are in May and November.


Minnesota State Arts Board’s Artist Registry Open for Enrollment at www.percentforart.us
http://www.arts.state.mn.us

The registry is a collection of resumes and work samples of visual artists in all disciplines who would like to be considered for public art commissions and purchases. It is the most common way that the Percent for Art program finds artists for public art commissions and purchases in state buildings. Some things about the registry haven’t changed: There is no fee to join; There are no applications or slides to mail in; Everything can be done from your computer; It is non-juried; and all professional visual artists over age 18 who wish to work in the public realm are welcome to join. But we have added many new features! There are no longer any deadlines. Join any day of the year. You can enter your basic profile information now and come back later to add work samples. All your work will be saved for you! You can log in at any time to update your profile, make corrections, or change your work samples (up to 10 images allowed). Your profile will remain active so long as you log in at least once every four years. You’ll never have to reapply. Last year the Artist Registry was used for: MSU Mankato, Trafton Science Center, $90,000 Saint Cloud Technical College, $90,000 Mystery Cave Visitors Center, $12,000 Anoka Ramsey Community College, $58,500 MSU Mankato, Otto Recreation Facility, $58,500 Metropolitan State University Library, $100,000 Upcoming Projects: Saint Cloud State University; Central Lakes College Brainerd Campus; Central Lakes College Staples; Minnesota Veterans Home Luverne; and more. The $100,000 cap on Percent for Art budgets has been removed. We hope to see many large projects in the future that will enable us to commission artwork of national significance. Because the registry is online, we are now able to actively promote it for use by other commissioning agencies too. That means more of the right people can see your work. Join today at www.percentforart.us and help us in our quest to have the best Artist Registry in the country! Minnesota State Arts Board, (651) 215-1617 or email www.arts.state.mn.us.


Minnesota Watercolor Society 2008 Annual Juried Exhibition
http://www.minnesotawatercolors.com/p_events.htm

Judge: Fred Somers. Deadline: Entries must be postmarked by March 1, 2008.


Minority Arts Monthly Strategic Grant Program
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Minority Arts Monthly Strategic Grant Program provides project support for arts projects created by or targeted to people of diverse cultures. This grant gives funding priority to minority-managed organizations with minority-developed arts focused projects. For the purpose of this grant program, minorities are communities identified as African American, Asian American, Latino/Hispanic and Native American. The maximum request is $3,000.


Minority Arts Program
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Minority Arts Program provides project support for arts projects created by or targeted to people of diverse cultures through the same disciplines as listed above. This grant gives funding priority to minority-managed organizations with minority-developed arts focused projects. For the purpose of this grant program, minorities are communities identified as African American, Asian American, Latino/Hispanic and Native American. For FY09, MAC will accept Minority Arts Program applications for 2-year review cycle.


Minority Arts Program
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Minority Arts Program provides project support for arts projects created by or targeted to people of diverse cultures through the same disciplines as listed above. This grant gives funding priority to minority-managed organizations with minority-developed arts focused projects. For the purpose of this grant program, minorities are communities identified as African American, Asian American, Latino/Hispanic and Native American. For FY09, MAC accepted MAP applications for 2-year review cycle.


Minority Humanities and Social Sciences Dissertation Scholar in Residence Grants
http://www.ohio.edu

The program awards residential grants to minority scholars for dissertation research appointments in African American studies, classics and world religions, economics, English, geography, history, linguistics, modern languages, philosophy, political science, psychology, social work, and sociology/anthropology. University faculty in the scholar's discipline serve as mentors and advisors while the scholar completes the doctoral dissertation. The scholar will teach one one-quarter course; make presentations of his/her research in department, college, and university colloquia; and participate in forums with undergraduates about succeeding in graduate study, etc. The scholar will receive a stipend plus benefits, office space, library privileges, and travel funds to attend a professional meeting in his/her field. Applicants should submit a full curriculum vita, a copy of the dissertation prospectus, an autobiographical sketch, a statement of purpose, graduate school transcript, and three letters of recommendation.


Minot Area
http://www.taubemuseum.org/

Taube Museum of Art, for information on classes and camps available, call 838-4445; or visit www.taubemuseum.org.


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