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Princess Grace Foundation
http://www.fundsnetservices.com/goto.php?sblink_id=210

Princess Grace Foundation-USA is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, publicly-supported corporation dedicated to identifying and assisting young artists in the fields of dance, theater and film in the United States.


Princess Grace Foundation
http://www.pgfusa.com/

Princess Grace Foundation - identifies and assists young artists in the fields of dance, theater and film in the United States.


Printmaking Council of NJ
http://www.printnj.org

Printmaking Council of NJ, 440 River Rd., Somerville, NJ 08876 (908) 725-2110. 1 month resiedncies, $2,000 stipend, plus housing allowance. Some teaching, exhibition. 45 minutes from NYC. Printmaking, letterpress, papermaking, photography, and experimental


Private Funding

I don't want to post too much details her so feel free to contact me through my email add alexander@themissinglink.tk


Prix Arcimboldo: Award for Digital Creation
http://www.arcimboldo-award.com/

Each year the Fondation d'Entreprise HP France awards a prize to a digital artist. The Prix Arcimboldo web site includes details about past winners, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, and contact info. In French and English.


Prix de la Sculpture Noilly Prat 2009
http://www.noillyprat.com

Sculpture Commission – Call for entries NOILLY PRAT - the classic French aperitif - invites emerging artists in the UK to enter its bi-annual competition to create a sculpture for the home of NOILLY PRAT in the South of France. In 2009 the competition will be held in France, US and UK. There is a prize of £1,000 for each national winner and the three national winners will go forward to compete against each other in the international competition, which will take place in Paris, France in March 2009. The overall international winner will be awarded a fee of €6,000 and the commission budget js €22,000. The sculpture is to be installed in Marseillan early in 2010. The aim of the competition is to create a sculpture, using natural materials that explore the qualities of the natural environment. The Final Sculpture must also refer to NOILLY PRAT’s commitment to quality and craftsmanship evident in its own brand. In 2008/2009, the competition will have the theme of ‘air’, which is linked to the natural production process of NOILLY PRAT. Eligibility • Artists must be 18 or over to enter • Artists must be resident in the country of entry • Artists must still be studying or must have graduated during the five years up to the closing date of 23rd February Competition Brief To receive the competition brief & entry form, please email Rosalyn van Tol at rosalyn@noillyprat.com or call 0207 935 5315. Deadline for entries is 23rd February 2009. Only one entry per individual is authorised.


Prix Jeunesse International Call for Entries
http://www.artmatters.info/?articleid=52

Prix Jeunesse International,the world's leading festival and competition for children's and youth television invites you to enter your best programmes! PRIX JEUNESSE INTERNATIONAL is not just a competition, but also a forum for evaluating the state of the industry?. By sending your best productions, you contribute to a week of eye-opening screenings, stimulating international discussion groups and informative new research results on children and media. Please check prixjeunesse.de for contest rules and registration forms. Deadline for programme entries: 10 December 2007. Deadline for participant registration: 30 April 2008.


Prized Pieces International Film and Video Competition
http://www.Program Contact, (212) 234-8200

The festival showcases film and video that explore the black experience in all parts of the world. Genres include but are not limited to; experimental, performance, youth, shorts and feature-length narratives, documentaries, and biographies. During the festival, cash prizes are awarded in the following catogories: best film or video, best director--film or video, best new film or video, best youth film or video, and best short film or video.


Prizes $10,000 - Dave Bown Projects - 8th Semiannual Competition
http://www.davebownprojects.com/

Jurors: Cindy Buckner, Associate Curator, Grand Rapids Art Museum; Al Miner, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Margot Norton, Assistant Curator, New Museum, New York. Prizes: $10,000 USD (1 artist will receive $5,000 USD and 5 artists will each receive $1,000 USD). In addition to the cash prizes listed above; Dave Bown Projects will be buying works of art from artists as submissions are received. Selection Process: Early entries are encouraged. Previewing will occur on a daily and weekly basis by Dave Bown Projects as submissions are received. Deadline: 31 May 2014 Prospectus: davebownprojects.com We will be happy to answer any questions you may have about your submission. Dave Bown +1 (917) 365-5265 info@davebownprojects.com


ProArte Awards
http://www.proarte.co.uk

ProArte Awards: two prizes of £250 worth of brushes


ProArte Awards
http://www.proarte.co.uk

ProArte Awards: two prizes of £250 worth of brushes


Professional Development
http://www.nd.gov/arts/grants/prof_dev_guidelines.htm

This grant program offers financial aid for, but not limited to, arts organizations, individual artists, arts educators, and educational institutions who wish to take advantage of informational, educational, and training opportunities relating to the arts and arts development. Maximum grant: $500 Deadline date: at least four weeks prior to event (submitted electronically)


Professional Development
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Professional Development supports projects that provide learning opportunities, such as presenting qualified speakers to teachers, school administrators, and teaching artists. The maximum request is $2,500.


Professional Development
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Professional Development supports projects that provide learning opportunities, such as presenting qualified speakers to teachers, school administrators, and teaching artists.


Professional Development Grants
http://www.art.mt.gov/artists/artists_pdgrant.asp

Professional Development Grants are given throughout the year to enable the council to respond to artists', organizations' or teachers' professional development needs.


Professional Development Grants
http://www.art.mt.gov/artists/artists_pdgrant.asp

Professional Development Grants are given throughout the year to enable the council to respond to artists', organizations' or teachers' professional development needs.


Professional Development Grants.
http://www.artscouncil.sd.gov/grants/professdev.aspx

Professional Development Grants. Professional Development Grants may be awarded to an organization to fund its representative's attendance at a professional development activity that benefits both the organization and the individual attending.


Professional Development Support (PDS)
http://www.tacarts.egrant.org/

A program of the Tennessee Arts Commission, is designed to help Tennessee individual professional arts administrators and artists of all disciplines take advantage of unique opportunities that will significantly benefit their work or career development.


Professional Development Support (PDS)
http://www.tacarts.egrant.net/

Professional Development Support (PDS): A program of the Tennessee Arts Commission, is designed to help Tennessee individual professional arts administrators and artists of all disciplines take advantage of unique opportunities that will significantly benefit their work or career development.


Program - presenter - theatre
http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/grants/grant_items/program_-_presen...

Program - presenter grants provide three-year funding to assist the presentation of programs of new high quality contemporary theatre work.


Program - youth arts - theatre
http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/grants/grant_items/program_-_youth_...

Program - youth arts grants provide three-year funding to youth theatre companies which develop and present the voices and stories of young people, and which offer professional development pathways with the potential to help young people become artists or artsworkers.


PROGRAMME 2009/2010: Curating in the expanded field, de Appel, Amsterdam
http://www.deappel.nl

PROGRAMME 2009/2010: Curating in the expanded field, de Appel, Amsterdam PROGRAMME 2009/2010: Curating in the expanded field, de Appel, Amsterdam Application deadline: 30th of January 2009 Initiated in 1994, the Curatorial Programme of de Appel arts centre wishes to offer young curators a condensed package of experiences and skills that can be used as tools and instruments during the development of their professional career. De Appel is an internationally oriented arts centre that functions as a site for the production of performances, research and presentation of contemporary visual arts through a series of exhibitions, publications and discursive events. In September 2006, a remodelled version of the eight-month long Curatorial Programme was launched with a renewed curriculum and an extended tutorial team. It encompasses a dense array of theoretical seminars, thematic workshops, field trips in Europe, the US and Asia, practice-related assignments and encounters with artists and art professionals. Throughout the programme attention is paid to the history of exhibition-making, diverse curatorial practices, collection and institution building and project management. The unique and special thematic focus is on the polarity between 'free-lance' and 'institutional' curating and on the examination of 'context-responsive' curating. The formats and methodologies that curators deal with in the presentation of art in the 'expanded field', outside of the white cube, are explored in the programme. This focus culminates in a 'site-specific' curatorial assignment: the participants of the course are invited to investigate a specific area and realise a project that relates to this site in a direct or indirect way. Through inviting the participants to work 'off-site' de Appel challenges the curators to reflect upon the current status and issues of art in (sub)urban public space and t upon the different ways in which art functions in processes of urban renewal/generation. The following parts of the programme are considered to be of vital importance: - the opportunity to research theoretical issues and developments in regular sessions with a tutorial team consisting e.g. of de Appel director Ann Demeester (BE/NL), curator Annie Fletcher (IR/NL), visual artist Steve Mc Queen (GB/NL), writer and curator Elena Filipovic (US/BE), curator Dieter Roelstraete (BE), independent researcher/curator Lisette Smits (NL) and philosopher/curator Henk Slager (NL).


PROJECT - engaging artists in the built environment
http://www.publicartonline.org.uk/project

Provides financial assistance to support collaboration between artists and design, planning and construction professionals, working pro-actively with public and private sector agencies on projects in the built environment. It is intended to facilitate the artist's role as a creative thinker and / or commentator, working within the team appointed to deliver the project. It is not intended to cover the capital costs of implementing any work which may arise from this process. In the context of this scheme, the term 'artist' is intended to cover a range of art forms.


Project Grant (PG), Round Two
http://www.gaarts.org/news_deadlines.asp

Submission materials can be delivered via U. S. Mail (postmarked no later than the deadline date) or hand-delivered to the Georgia Council for the Arts offices at 260 14th Street, NW, Suite 401, Atlanta, Georgia 30318. Click here for directions.


Project Grant Guidelines and application forms
http://www.arts.ri.gov/grants/guidelines/

Project Grant Guidelines and application forms


Project Grant Program
http://www.winnipegarts.ca/pdf/P08app.pdf

The Project Grant Program is intended for new and developing arts organizations, established arts organizations that work on a project basis, and arts organizations undertaking a special, one-time initiative. It is designed to support a range of activities and art forms, reflecting different cultural traditions and art practice. The grants can be applied to a specific project planned within 12 months of the notification date. *This Program is not open to existing Operating Grant clients. The deadlines for the 2008 Project Grant Program are: -January 22 for projects beginning after April 22, -May 6 for projects beginning after August 6 -September 9 for projects beginning after December 9


Project Grant.
http://www.artscouncil.sd.gov/grants/project.aspx

Project Grant. Assists nonprofit organizations present an arts activity for the general public which meets specific needs of the organization.


Project Grants
http://www.arts.state.ms.us/grants/documents/projectgrantapp.doc

Project Grants are utilized in funding a broad range of arts projects (and arts components of larger projects) in Mississippi communities. The awards range from $250 to $5,000 and require a dollar-for-dollar cash match. The annual application deadline is March 1.


Project Grants
http://www.arts.state.ms.us/grants/project-grants.php

Project Grants are utilized in funding a broad range of arts projects (and arts components of larger projects) in Mississippi communities. The awards range from $250 to $5,000 and require a dollar-for-dollar cash match. The annual application deadline is March 1.


Project Grants
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/projectgrant.htm

Project Grants - annual grants for a variety of public projects and activities focused on community arts, traditional arts, and capacity building for mid to large arts organizations


Project Grants
http://www.arts.utah.gov/funding/grants_for_non-profits/index.html

This grant is available to incorporated nonprofit organizations for specific arts projects in performing arts, literary arts, visual arts/architecture-environmental arts & design, and multi-discipline (projects involving more than one artistic discipline).


Project Grants
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/projectgrant.htm

Project Grants - annual grants for a variety of public projects and activities focused on community arts, traditional arts, arts in health care, and capacity building for mid to large arts organizations


Project Grants for Organizations in the Visual Arts
http://www.canadacouncil.ca/grants/visualarts/sm127227926860312500.htm

Project Grants for Organizations in the Visual Arts


Project Grants: Arts Education
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Arts Education


Project Grants: Arts Education
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Arts Education


Project Grants: Collaborative
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Collaborative


Project Grants: Collaborative
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Collaborative


Project Grants: Multicultural Awareness
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Multicultural Awareness


Project Grants: Multicultural Awareness
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Project Grants: Multicultural Awareness


Project Space - Lexington Art League
http://www.mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org

The Lexington Art League (LAL) invites artists to apply for an exhibition in the Project Space for its 2008-2009 calendar year. The mission of the Project Space is to exhibit installation and new media work that is engaging, challenging, and experimental in both concept and execution. The Project Space, located in the basement of the historic Loudoun House, is 29 x 20 with concrete and brick walls that are painted white, and an unpainted concrete floor. There is one doorway (45 x 81 ). The ceiling has exposed pipes and ductwork; the ductwork is 74 from the floor, the fluorescent lights are 84 from the floor. The basement also houses artist studios, a classroom, and storage spaces. Exhibitions will run for approximately six weeks, beginning in July 2008. The artist will be entirely responsible for the installation and removal of their artwork, as well as solely bearing the financial responsibility of any and all supplies and travel expenses, although the LA! L will provide a small honorarium. We encourage KY artists and those from surrounding states to apply. To apply for the Project Space, please send a cover letter addressing the content of your work and the installation that you propose for the Project Space, 10 images of artwork along with an inventory list of the images (we will accept slides or digital images), an artist statement, and a resume listing other gallery exhibitions. If the artwork that you would like to exhibit in the Project Space is currently unrealized, include a detailed, written proposal, with drawings or other images if possible. Slides or CDs will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. Artists who are accepted for exhibition in the Project Space will not have their slides or CDs returned until the close of their exhibition. Slides and application materials are due by May 9, 2008. Notifications will be mailed by June 6, 2008. Please send all application materials to: Lexington Art League, C/O Mike Deetsch, Visual Art Director, Ref: Project Space, 209 Castlewood Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. e-mail to mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org. Digital and e-mail submissions preferred.


Project Space - Lexington Art League
http://www.mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org

The Lexington Art League (LAL) invites artists to apply for an exhibition in the Project Space for its 2008-2009 calendar year. The mission of the Project Space is to exhibit installation and new media work that is engaging, challenging, and experimental in both concept and execution. The Project Space, located in the basement of the historic Loudoun House, is 29 x 20 with concrete and brick walls that are painted white, and an unpainted concrete floor. There is one doorway (45 x 81 ). The ceiling has exposed pipes and ductwork; the ductwork is 74 from the floor, the fluorescent lights are 84 from the floor. The basement also houses artist studios, a classroom, and storage spaces. Exhibitions will run for approximately six weeks, beginning in July 2008. The artist will be entirely responsible for the installation and removal of their artwork, as well as solely bearing the financial responsibility of any and all supplies and travel expenses, although the LA! L will provide a small honorarium. We encourage KY artists and those from surrounding states to apply. To apply for the Project Space, please send a cover letter addressing the content of your work and the installation that you propose for the Project Space, 10 images of artwork along with an inventory list of the images (we will accept slides or digital images), an artist statement, and a resume listing other gallery exhibitions. If the artwork that you would like to exhibit in the Project Space is currently unrealized, include a detailed, written proposal, with drawings or other images if possible. Slides or CDs will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. Artists who are accepted for exhibition in the Project Space will not have their slides or CDs returned until the close of their exhibition. Slides and application materials are due by May 9, 2008. Notifications will be mailed by June 6, 2008. Please send all application materials to: Lexington Art League, C/O Mike Deetsch, Visual Art Director, Ref: Project Space, 209 Castlewood Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. e-mail to mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org. Digital and e-mail submissions preferred.


Project Support
http://www.arts.wa.gov/grants/project.shtml

Project Support funds small arts organizations and community service groups through matching grants for specific arts events targeted to a general public audience. Project grants typically range from $500 to $2,000. There are two deadlines each year.


Project Support
http://www.arts.state.tx.us/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrap...

This program provides project assistance grants on a one-year basis and may include administrative costs directly related to the project. This program is open to arts festivals and non profit organizations that offer programming on a semi-annual or annual basis. Note: Grants will not exceed 25% of the organization’s previous year’s operating revenues. To qualify for this program, the organization must have a mission that speaks directly to the presentation, promotion or production of one or more artistic discipline. Application Limit: 1 application per organization for this program. Minimum Request: $3,000 Maximum Request: $15,000 Match Requirement: 1:1 In-Kind Match: Up to 50% of the match may be in-kind. Deadline: March 15


Project Support
http://www.arts.wa.gov/grants/project.shtml

Project Support funds small arts organizations and community service groups through matching grants for specific arts events targeted to a general public audience. Project grants typically range from $500 to $2,000. There are two deadlines each year.


Projections: A Survey of Wall-based Sculpture
http://www.manifestgallery.org/

United States Ohio, Cincinnati - Contests, Juried Art Shows, Acrylic, Ceramics, Crafts, Digital Media, Glass, Mosiac, Illustration, Mixed media, Sculpture, Watercolor, Oil, Pastel, Photography, Poetry, Video/Film Art Gallery An International Competitive Juried Survey of Wall-based Sculpture Projections invites artists to submit works of art that are clearly sculptural, with three-dimensional space a key element, but which are not in any way floor (or pedestal) based. Works will be either wall or ceiling mounted. This concept pushes the boundaries of the general expectation regarding the weightiness of sculptures, so often seen as being earth-bound and gravity-defined. Eligibility: Projections is open to everyone. Professionals as well as students are encouraged to enter. Entries must represent original works of art or design. Open to all traditional and non-traditional genre and media. This can include works that stretch the boundaries of the assumed definitions of sculpture.Jury and Curator: Manifest`s selection process involves a complex two-part system. This exhibit will be juried by a 4-6 member panel of professional and academic advisors with a broad range of expertise. The jury will then pass along their recommendations to the exhibit curator, Jason Franz (Manifest`s Executive Director) who will make the final selections from the jury-approved pool. Manifest will produce a full-color catalog documenting the work in Projections. Exhibitors will receive a 50% discount on one copy of the catalog. For examples of past catalogs visit Manifest Press.Accepted work will remain on display for the duration of the exhibition.Each work submitted must be accompanied by a $10 non-refundable entry fee. Number of entries is unlimited. Entry fee must be paid by check or money order made payable to MANIFEST, or by credit card via PayPal. (If paying by PayPal PLEASE use the paypal link provided on the page that follows the submission of the online entry form.) Detail images may be included at no additional cost. Sale of Work: All work, unless indicated as not for sale (NFS), will be available for sale during exhibit. Manifest Gallery will retain a commission of 30% on all artwork sold during the exhibition. Entrants can choose to submit artwork in either slide or digital format (see below). Manifest Gallery will retain the submitted images of accepted artwork and reserves the right to use the images in publications and gallery publicity. CD`s and slides of works not selected will only be returned if accompanied by a SASE. Slide Format: 2' by 2' 35 mm slides. Digital images can be submitted on CD or by e-mail (mail to: show@manifestgallery.org). Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center, 2727 Woodburn Avenue, 45206, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States


Projections: A Survey of Wall-based Sculpture
http://www.manifestgallery.org/projections

DEADLINE FEBRUARY 01, 2008 United States Ohio, Cincinnati An International Competitive Juried Survey of Wall-based Sculpture Projections invites artists to submit works of art that are clearly sculptural, with three-dimensional space a key element, but which are not in any way floor (or pedestal) based. Works will be either wall or ceiling mounted. This concept pushes the boundaries of the general expectation regarding the weightiness of sculptures, so often seen as being earth-bound and gravity-defined. Eligibility: Projections is open to everyone. Professionals as well as students are encouraged to enter. Entries must represent original works of art or design. Open to all traditional and non-traditional genre and media. This can include works that stretch the boundaries of the assumed definitions of sculpture.Jury and Curator: Manifest`s selection process involves a complex two-part system. This exhibit will be juried by a 4-6 member panel of professional and academic advisors with a broad range of expertise. The jury will then pass along their recommendations to the exhibit curator, Jason Franz (Manifest`s Executive Director) who will make the final selections from the jury-approved pool. Manifest will produce a full-color catalog documenting the work in Projections. Exhibitors will receive a 50% discount on one copy of the catalog. For examples of past catalogs visit Manifest Press.Accepted work will remain on display for the duration of the exhibition.Each work submitted must be accompanied by a $10 non-refundable entry fee. Number of entries is unlimited. Entry fee must be paid by check or money order made payable to MANIFEST, or by credit card via PayPal. (If paying by PayPal PLEASE use the paypal link provided on the page that follows the submission of the online entry form.) Detail images may be included at no additional cost. Sale of Work: All work, unless indicated as not for sale (NFS), will be available for sale during exhibit. Manifest Gallery will retain a commission of 30% on all artwork sold during the exhibition. Entrants can choose to submit artwork in either slide or digital format (see below). Manifest Gallery will retain the submitted images of accepted artwork and reserves the right to use the images in publications and gallery publicity. CD`s and slides of works not selected will only be returned if accompanied by a SASE. Slide Format: 2″ by 2″ 35 mm slides. Digital images can be submitted on CD or by e-mail (mail to: show@manifestgallery.org). Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center, 2727 Woodburn Avenue, 45206, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States


Projecto Nucleo de Desenvolvimento Cultural/Bienal de Ceveira
http://www.bienaldecerveira.org

Projecto Nucleo de Desenvolvimento Cultural/Bienal de Ceveira, Mercada Municipal - Apartado 69, 4920-275 Vila Nova de Cerveira, Portugal. Tel: 351-251-794-633. Rersidencies of 15 days to 1 month.


Projects - inter-arts
http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/grants/grant_items/inter-arts_proje...

Project grants support artists working in interdisciplinary and hybrid arts to engage in research and development, creative development and/or production.


Projects Serving Artists (PSA)
http://www.njartscouncil.org/artistservices.cfm#psag

Projects Serving Artists (PSA): Awarded to support new or expanded projects whose primary beneficiaries are artists who reside in New Jersey and whose work has or will benefit New Jersey residents. Projects can also be in the form of programs and services that address artists' needs or the actual commissioning of artists to create new work.


Projects with public outcomes (category C) - community partnerships
http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/grants/grant_items/projects_with_pu...

closing date: 05 May 2008 Projects with public outcome (category C) grants provide funding from $20,000 to $35,000 per grant, for one-off community arts and cultural development projects that must have a public outcome and involve collaborations with a range of cross-sectoral partners. closing date: 05 May 2008 Projects with public outcome (category C) grants provide funding from $20,000 to $35,000 per grant, for one-off community arts and cultural development projects that must have a public outcome and involve collaborations with a range of cross-sectoral partners.


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