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How To Get An Arts Grant Funding For Artists Grants E to G

DATE: 09-11-2010
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EAC Art Over 60s Arts Awards


Details: Artists must by over 60 Closing date: 30 and 31 May Fee: 6 per work (max 10) Exhibition: July Venue: Mall Galleries, London Contact: Send large SAE to EAC Over 60, Parker Harris Partnership, 15 Church Street, Esher, Surrey, KT10 8QS Tel: 01372 462190

Early Southern History and Decorative Arts Summer Institute


The summer institute offers a four-week curriculum in a museum setting with lectures, object and room studies, research projects, field trips, and workshops, all dealing with early (pre-1821) southeastern US material culture. The program is sponsored by the museum and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Six hours of graduate credit in history can be earned. The program is designed for persons interested in American art, art history, American history, American studies, and museum studies.

Earnley Concourse Award


Earnley Concourse Award of a residential weekend art course for two people at The Earnley Concourse in West Sussex, worth up to 450

East Hampton Art Festival 4th of July Weekend 2009


East Hampton, New York. Deadline: April 15, 2009. Jury Fee: $30.00. Event Dates: July 4-6, 2009. The East Hampton Arts Festival, 4th of July event, will be located on the grounds of the American Legion East Hampton Post in Amagansett New York. This area has traditionally been known as the 'playground for the rich'. The Fourth of July weekend was selected, as it has traditionally been the busiest weekend of the summer season in the Hamptons. Our goal is to give you, the artist, great visibility in an event being held and promoted in an area of unrivaled customer demographics. Given the location of the show and our aggressive and extensive media exposure, this show is bound to quickly become one of America's top fine art events.

EAST International


Submissions invited in early spring. This is the largest exhibition of international contemporary art held in Britain. No rules of age, status, media or place of residence apply, and each selected artist installs their work in a space of their own in and around the Norwich School of Art and Design, with five temporary site specific riverside commissions.

Deadline: unspecified Award: £5000 (in total) Further Information: This prize is open to visual artists working in any medium.

East International (administered by Norwich Gallery)


East Main Street Roundabout – Norman, OK - December 15,


The Norman Public Arts Board (PAB), on behalf of the Norman Arts Council and the City of Norman, seeks an artist (or team of artists) to create a permanent, public outdoor work of art for the center island of the East Main Street Roundabout, which will be located on East Main between Porter/Classen and NE 12th Street at the intersection of Main, Acres, and Carter. The center of the roundabout will be 29.5' in diameter. The base of the art piece shall fit within a fifteen foot diameter in the center of the island. Appropriate landscaping will be designed to complement the work of art. As pedestrian traffic is limited to the sidewalks and bicycle paths adjacent to the intersection, there is no access to the center island. The sculpture should be durable and safe as well as weather resistant and vandalism resistant. The goal of this project is to create a focal point of this heavily trafficked intersection that visually anchors one of Norman's older residential neighborhoods with busy streets that link to a variety of destinations. The installation should embody a theme representative of central Oklahoma. This theme could relate to any of the following, but not limited to: Oklahoma weather, Native American heritage, civic character, complexity of a university city, cultural diversity of the third largest city in the state, the pioneer spirit, and the natural habitats or environment of the area. The style of the sculpture may be a traditional, architectural, figurative, or contemporary interpretation of the theme and may be of any material. www.normanarts.org

East of the River Arts Initiative


East of the River Arts Initiative

Eastern Frontier Society


Eastern Frontier Society, 342 Pine Brook Rd., Bedford, NY 10506. Summer residency program with 2 sessions on Norton Island for writers, painters, and composers. Located 50 miles up the coast from Bar Harbor on the western side of Mossebec Reach. Accomodations in individual log cabins on 150 acres surrounded by 4 miles of coastline. Daily trips to the mainland available. No fees charged (other than $10 application fee). (literary, visual, performing arts)

Eastman Kodak Company


Eastman Kodak's primary focus is at our site communities, but also includes national and international support. Focus is on the following general areas: Community Revitalization, Environment, and Arts & Culture; Education; Health & Human Services.

Eckhardt-Gramatté Foundation


Eckhardt-Gramatté Foundation - exists for the advancement of the composer S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatte and the expressionist Walter Gramatte.

Education Network Australia


EDNA provides access to quality Internet sites for the Australian education and training community. It offers opportunities for educators and students of all ages to learn together, share ideas and find information.

Educational Programme Grants


For lectures, symposia, seminars or conferences on British art and architecture.

Educational Projects in the Visual Arts


The Japan Foundation also supports visual arts related educational projects such as seminars, workshops (demonstrations) and conferences

Edward C. and Ann T. Roberts Foundation Grants


The foundation awards grants to support arts (visual arts and performing arts) and culture, including education and programs that benefit the disadvantaged and children in Hartford, CT. Types of support include capital campaigns, building construction/renovation, and program development. The board meets in March, June, September, and December. There are no application forms.

Edward Fenno Hoffman Prize SCULPTOR AWARDS


Awarded to a young sculptor who strives to uplift the human spirit through the medium of his/her art.

Egolamento "2˚ Premio Internazionale Di Pittura Arte Laguna


It's in Italian


Pictures-state. Mikhail Spiridonov

EIF Barbie Arts Teacher of the Year Award


Students ages six to 12 can nominate their favorite dance, music, theater, or visual arts teacher by writing an essay (250 words or less) explaining why their teacher should be the next Barbie Arts Teacher of the Year. Twenty arts teachers will be selected as regional finalists and awarded a grant for their school's arts program. Students who nominate the winning finalists will receive a $100 Mattel Toy prize package. The national Barbie Arts Teacher of the Year will receive an additional grant of $15,000 for his/her arts program. Guidelines and nomination form are available online.

El Paseo Invitational Exhibition


The City of Palm Desert is now accepting applications for the 2009/2010 El Paseo Invitational Exhibition. The exhibition is showcased on the medians of El Paseo and is seen by thousands of visitors each year as well as advertised nationally, regionally, and locally. The exhibition is juried by a curator and runs for approximately two years. Honorarium: $2,500 for each selected artwork. For more information and the full Exhibition Guidelines visit the 'Artist Opportunity' section at palmdesertart or call 760-568-5240.

Paseo Invitational Exhibition For more information and the full Exhibition Guidelines visit the Artist Opportunity section at www.palmdesertart.org or call 760.568.5240. Richard Twedt, Public Arts Manager, City of Palm Desert 72-567 Highway 111, Palm Desert, CA 92260, Attn: 2009/2010 El Paseo Invitational Exhibition.

El Paseo Invitational Exhibition The City of Palm Desert is now accepting applications for the 2009/2010 El Paseo Invitational Exhibition. The exhibition is showcased on the medians of El Paseo and is seen by thousands of visitors each year as well as advertised nationally, regionally, and locally. The exhibition is juried by a curator and runs for approximately two years. Applications are due on May 10, 2008. Honorarium: $2,500 for each selected artwork. Paseo Invitational Exhibition For more information and the full Exhibition Guidelines visit the Artist Opportunity section at www.palmdesertart.org or call 760.568.5240. Richard Twedt, Public Arts Manager, City of Palm Desert 72-567 Highway 111, Palm Desert, CA 92260, Attn: 2009/2010 El Paseo Invitational Exhibition.

El Pomar Foundation


El Pomar Foundation

Elders Learning Through the Arts


Elders Learning Through the Arts

Electronic 4Culture - Call for Artists




Electronic Media & Film


The Electronic Media and Film Program is dedicated to furthering artistic growth and public engagement in the media arts. The Program supports a variety of activities that assist diverse constituents in the development and realization of film, video, sound art and new media programs and opportunities. To ensure diversity within the media arts, we welcome and support grassroots and volunteer operated programs, youth media, community communications centers, independent cinemas, museums and broadcasters. The Program has a long-standing commitment to creative exploration in all aspects of the media arts, including dialogue and film appreciation, professional development, new media and new modes of exhibition, distribution, and interdisciplinary work.

Eli Broad Family Foundation


Eli Broad Family Foundation - collection of work by contemporary artists.

Eli Lilly Foundation


The Eli Lilly Foundation has established the following areas of funding interest: aligned health care and human services, public policy research, academic relations, civic and community development, diversity, culture, education and youth development, and discretionary/unclassified.

Eligible Communities:


Eligible Communities: Aurora, Cape Girardeau, Caruthersville, Chillicothe, Clinton, Excelsior Springs, Hannibal, Hermann, Kennett, Kirksville, Maryville, Mexico, Neosho, Poplar Bluff, Sedalia, Sikeston, St. Joseph, Trenton, Washington, West Plains

Elizabeth and Mallory Factor Prize for Southern Art


Elizabeth and Mallory Factor Prize for Southern Art. Given to a living artist who is either working in the South or has contributed to the development of art of the South, the annual Prize will be accompanied by a $10,000 cash award. This Prize has been established by a generous gift from Elizabeth and Mallory Factor in honor of the Gibbes’ century long dedication to supporting living Southern artists. The inaugural prize will be award in May 2008. The selection process will begin in January with the shortlist announced in late February. A panel of experts will choose the shortlist, and the museum will make the selection of the recipient from the shortlist.

Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts


Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts is a not-for-profit charity which provides international grant-making and operating programs to help visual artists develop their careers and achieve financial self-sufficiency.

Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation


The purpose of the Foundation is to aid talented young artists in the early stages of their careers. Awards are limited to candidates working in the following: painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture. The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation, 1814 Sherbrooke St., West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3H 1E4. 514-937-9225. egreen@total.net

Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation offers grants of CAN$12,500 to artists creating representational work in painting, drawing, printmaking & sculpture. Open to artists in the early stages of their career. Applicants must have started or completed art school training or must demonstrate, through past work and future plans, a commitment to making art a lifetime career. Funds may be used for any art-related purpose: study, travel, studio-rental, purchase of materials, etc. Contact: EGF, 1814 Sherbrooke St. West, Ste. #1, Montreal, Quebec, H3H 1E4 CANADA or 514.937.9225 or greenshields@bellnet.ca

Open deadline. These grants are open to artists worldwide in the early stages of their careers working in painting, drawing, printmaking, and sculpture. Work must be representational. Grants are awarded up to $10,000 (Canadian). For more information, e-mail green@total.net or call 514.937.9225.

Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Awards


Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Awards Deadline: January 15

Elizabeth Stein Scholarship


Any student enrolled in an Illinois State University School of Art degree program is also eligible to apply for the Elizabeth Stein Scholarship. This award grants the recipient up to $500 to be put towards tuition and fees. Further, the recipient will have his/her name added to the Elizabeth Stein Art Scholarship Plaque in the CVA building. Students who demonstrate their artistic ability through the submission of a portfolio, scholarship performance in other academic areas, and financial need can apply at the School of Art Office.

Elsewhere Artist Collaborative


2008 residencies for artists, writers, and cultural producers Elsewhere, an arts production site and experimental museum in downtown Greensboro, NC, is seeking artists, writers, and cultural producers for residencies during its Spring, Summer, and Fall seasons. Set within a former thrift store housing a 58-year collection of American surplus, thrift, and antiques, Elsewhere invites experimental creators to utilize the immense collection of objects to pursue site-specific material, conceptual, and/or technologically-based projects. Elsewhere's building—two storefronts on the ground floor, a 14-room boarding house on the second, and warehouse on the third—provides dynamic architectures for the creation and installation of works. Artists live and work within transforming installations; these interactive environments become platforms for re-conceptualizing the theory and practice of art-making as an ongoing process of exchange in community. Experimenting with museum-as-medium within a store where nothing is for sale, Elsewhere offers an unparalleled framework for art practices, processes, and productions outside the traditional gallery, museum, and residency systems. The complete call for artists, residency brochure (PDF), and application deadlines are available at www.elsewhereelsewhere.org/residencies.html. Email George Scheer, Collaborative Director, at residencies@elsewhereelsewhere.org for an application. Spring: April 1st to May 31st (final deadline January 25th 5pm) Summer: June 1st to August 31st (final deadline February 22nd 5pm) Fall: September 1st to October 31st (final deadline May 23rd 5pm)

Elsewhere Artist Collaborative, 606 S. Elm St., Greensboro, NC 27406 (336) 549-5555. A 'living installation, museum of process, and art production space' in a former thrift store (housing a 58-year inventory of American surplus and antiques) in downtown Greensboro hosts artists-in-residence who create site-specific, conceptual, or technology-based projects. Residencies of one month. Residents live in converted boarding house rooms, and are invited to participate in the food co-op and share cooking. Fees charged.

EM Media


This is the website of EM Media, one of nine regional screen agencies that form part of Screen England. The agency provides 'guidance, support, direction and access to training and skills development for media business and individuals, whilst championing the region as a filming location'. The website includes information on the range of services provided by the agency such as its skills development support, graduate training scheme, company development programme, and location, crew and facilities services. The site also includes information on EM Media's activities in the cultural promotion of film and digital media in the region, such as its education, events and conference activities.

EMAS The Ethnic Minorities Award Scheme at Black Environment Network


This network is set up to enable ethnic communities to benefit fully from environmental participation. EMAS is a small grants and advice and referral service, giving grants of up to £500. Only very limited funds, and many projects will be referred to a larger existing grant scheme elsewhere. Rachel Auckland, Black Environment Network, At The Environment Centre, The Old Telephone Exchange, Pier Street , Swansea SA1 1RY. Tel: 01792 468271 Email: rachel@ben-network.org.uk
Embers and Ashes

Burning House Art Studio announces a call to artists for 'Embers and Ashes', held January 9 - February 1, at the Victor Valley Museum and Art Gallery in Victorville, California. Juror: Joan Sowinski. Open to California photographers only. Hand deliver two entries, framed. Must be for family viewing. Accepted until gallery is full. Entry fee: $10, or $5 for museum members. Deadline: January 4 & 5,.

Embers and Ashes


California photographers. Hand deliver two entries, framed. Must be for family viewing. Accepted until gallery is full.

Embracing Our Differences



Coexistence, Inc. announces a call to artists for their 5th annual outdoor art exhibit celebrating diversity. The exhibit will contain 39 billboard-sized artworks displayed throughout the month of April at Island Park along Sarasotas beautiful bayfront. The exhibit will also be displayed throughout the month of May in North Port, Florida. Artists, photographers, professionals, amateurs, teachers, students - all ages - everyone can participate. National and international submissions are encouraged. There is no submission fee. Final selections will be chosen based on artistic excellence in reflection of the theme Embracing Our Differences. The artwork will also be evaluated on how effectively it will read outdoors when enlarged to billboard size - 16 feet wide by 12 1/2 feet high. Artists are encouraged to use bold saturated colors and strong lines. Final selections will be made by a 3-judge panel of professional artists, curators and art professionals. $2,500.00 in awards. Deadline: January 8,.

Artists, photographers, professionals, amateurs, teachers, students - all ages - everyone can participate. National and international submissions are encouraged. Final selections will be chosen based on artistic excellence in reflection of the theme Embracing Our Differences. The artwork will also be evaluated on how effectively it will read outdoors when enlarged to billboard size - 16 feet wide by 12 1/2 feet high. Artists are encouraged to use bold saturated colors and strong lines.

Call to Artist - Cash Awards

General/mixed Deadline: 01-12-2009

Embracing Our Differences invites artists, photographers, professionals, amateurs, teachers and students to participate in its 6th annual visual art exhibit celebrating diversity. National and international submissions are encouraged. 45 artists will be selected for the exhibit. The Embracing Our Differences exhibit will be displayed throughout the month of April 2009 at Island Park along Sarasota’s beautiful bayfront. The exhibit will also be displayed throughout the month of May 2009 in North Port, Florida. Since 2004, the exhibit has been viewed by more than 550,000 visitors. The exhibit will contain 39 billboard-sized (16 feet wide by 12 1/2 feet high) images of the selected artworks. An additional six “honorable mention” selections will be made. Final selections will be chosen based on artistic excellence in reflection of the theme “Embracing Our Differences”. The art-work will also be evaluated on how effectively it will read outdoors when enlarged to billboard size – 16 feet wide by 12 1/2 feet high. Artists are encouraged to use bold saturated colors and strong lines. Final selections will be made by a 3-judge panel of professional artists, curators and art professionals. A total of $3,000.00 in awards will be presented. Deadline for submission is January 12, 2009. There is no submission fee. The mission of Embracing Our Differences is to use art as a catalyst for creating awareness and promoting the value of diversity, the benefits of inclusion and the significance of the active rejection of hatred and prejudice. Qualifications Embracing Our Differences invites artists, photographers, professionals, amateurs, teachers and students to participate in its 6th annual visual art exhibit celebrating diversity. National and international submissions are encouraged. How to Apply Submission forms and more information concerning past winning submissions are available at http://www.EmbracingOurDifferences.org or by emailing MichaelJShelton@comcast.net.

Emerald Spring Exhibition


Paintings only, no photos, no collages. U.S. artists only.

Emerald Spring Exhibition: A National Juried Show


The Emerald Art Center in Springfield, Oregon announces a call to artists for the 'Emerald Spring Exhibition', held April - May. $6000 in cash awards plus merchandise awards. Juror: Robert Burridge. Open to US artists. Submit only original, unsupervised work that has been completed in the last three years. Eligible media: paintings only in acrylic, oil, watercolor, colored pencil, and pastel. Paintings must be for sale. (EAC commission is 35%) No price changes may be made after entries are accepted. Download prospectus (PDF format): http://www.emeraldartcenter.org/Downloads2008prospectus.pdf or send a SASE to: Emerald Art Center, 500 Main St., Springfield, OR 97477, Attn: Gladys Bacon-Rust. Deadline: March 1, .

DEADLINE FEBRUARY 28, Emerald Art Center`s third National Juried Show. $6,000 plus merchandise. Open to US artists. Submit only original, unsupervised work that has been completed in the last three years. Eligible media: paintings only in acrylic, oil, watercolor, colored pencil, and pastel. Paintings must be for sale. (EAC commission is 35%). Cash awards of at least $6,000 and other merchandise awards will be announced at the opening of the show. Fourteen paintings will be selected for cash awards, with a top award of $2,000. For more information visit website or download the prospectus.

emerge - call for art


Created to help emerging artists break into the Midwest art scene, emerge is distributed quarterly to over 100 galleries in the Midwest. Six artists are hand selected for each issue - full color spreads of work plus all contact information available to galleries and collectors. Open to all artists nationwide, working in any medium.

emerge midwest art zine


Visual Arts Deadline: 12-01-

Emergency Assistance Grant



Emergency Assistance Grant for artists working on a mature level for 10+ years who have needs arising from unforeseen catastrophic accidents. Around $4,000. Write Gottleib Foundation 380 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012.

Emerging Artist


This grant is designed for artists who are just starting their professional art career. Amounts are available up to $500.


This grant is designed for artists who are just starting their professional art career. Amounts are available up to $500.

Emerging Artists 2008


Open to all artists working in any media

SlowArt Productions announces a call to artists for the 'Emerging Artists 2008' exhibition, held March 7 - 31, at the Limner Gallery in Hudson, NY. Awards: $2000 cash. Open to all artists working in any media. Entry Fee: $35.

Emerging Artists Exhibition 2009- 17th Annual


International competition for exhibition and awards. Exhibition to be held March 2009 at Limner Gallery. Open to artists in all media. $3,000 in cash and publication awards. Print prospectus at www.slowart.com/propectus/ea2009.htm Contact Information: Tim Slowinski Contact Email: slowart@aol.com Contact Phone: (518) 828-2343 Response Deadline: 11/30/2008

Emerging Artists Grant Program


What is the Emerging Artists Program? The Emerging Artists Program (EAP) is a project grant program that provides financial support to developing or established professionals by funding a project pivotal to the advancement of their careers as artists. Pivotal projects may happen at different stages of a career, therefore Emerging Artists Grants are not restricted to un-established artists. 2007-2008 Emerging Artists Grants are intended to fund a particular project that will conclude by September 30, . The Emerging Artists Program begins its 24th year in.

Emerging Artists Group September Exhibition


The EAG announces its call for our 'September Juried Exhibition'. This is an opportunity for all artists to display, promote and expand their exhibition portfolio. All submissions will be accepted and displayed at www.emergingartistsgroup.com from September 7 - October 14, 2007 and will be considered for future gallery exhibits. Artists may submit JPEG files, slides, photographs or reproductions. All media accepted. Entry fee $25 for images 1-6 / $5 each additional image. EAG resident artists enter bi-monthly exhibitions free of charge. This exhibition will be publicly juried. $200(USD) min. cash award, determined on basis of entries received. Deadline: September 1, 2007.

Emerging key organisations - theatre


Emerging key organisations grants will support outstanding organisations that create high quality theatre works themselves and create opportunities for others to do so.

EMI Music Sound Foundation


Grants are given to support music at non-specialist schools and bursaries are given to music students for insturment purchase

Emprise Review


Submit:   http://emprisereview.com/submissions

Copy: Emprise Review is an online literary journal published six times per year in search of stimulating fiction, poetry and non-fiction.

Emprise Review is a new literary journal in search of stimulating original art. The staff is composed of an international group of writers who are looking to create an outlet for the best works without consideration for past accomplishments or genre. We want high-quality, compelling work. Emprise Review publishes monthly online issues.

Encore Directory


The definitive guide for companies, associations and individuals involved in film and television. An annual publication which provides information for film and television producers, students and participants. An online magazine is also available.

Encourage and promote the arts


A group whose prime objectives are to encourage and promote the arts, to act as an advocate for community arts, and to make grants and subsidies available for community arts projects.

Enfield, Waltham Forest and Haringey: Triangle Film Fund


Three 'triangle' funds are available for residents aged 18+. For an application form and further details please contact your local borough: Haringey Short Film Fund Two

Englewood Arts National Juried Art Show


Englewood Arts announces a call to artists for the 'Englewood Arts National Juried Art Show', held April at Hampden Hall in Englewood, CO. Best of Show, 2 Awards of Excellence. Jurors: Carlos Fresquez, Bonnie Ferrill Roman, Jennifer Ito. Open to all artists residing in the United States. Two-dimensional entries must be original oil, watercolor, egg tempera, pastel, acrylic, mixed media or graphics by the artist. Three-dimensional work is limited to 3'x3'x3' and cannot exceed 100 lbs. $25 entry fee.

All artists residing in the United States. Two-dimensional entries must be original oil, watercolor, egg tempera, pastel, acrylic, mixed media or graphics by the artist. Three-dimensional work is limited to 3'x3'x3' and cannot exceed 100 lbs.

Ensemble Studio Theater/Playwrights-in-Residence Program


Ensemble Studio Theater/Playwrights-in-Residence Program, 549 W. 52 St., New York, NY 10019 (212) 247-4982. Playwrights only.

Entergy Charitable Foundation


Entergy offers grants in education and the arts and culture to organizations in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas; the Foundation concentrates it's funding in two broad program areas: Low Income Initiatives and Solutions, and Education and Literacy



I-Park Environmental Art Residency Program - Environmental artists, landscape/garden designers, other visual and performance-based artists are invited to submit proposals for site-specific works on the grounds of the 450-acre I-Park artists' community in rural East Haddam, Connecticut (US). Twelve artists/designers will be selected by a three-person independent panel for two, two-week residency sessions (August 17 - 31 and September 2 - 16, 2009), with a grant of $1,200 per invited artist plus up to an additional $1,000 for reimbursement of travel costs and/or materials. Lodging and meals will be provided for the term of the residency. A public event on September 19, 2009, will showcase the work.

Erewash Borough Council small grants scheme offers


Erewash Borough Council small grants scheme offers

Erie Community Foundation Grants


Grants will be awarded in four program areas: quality of life; human services; health; and education. The Foundation's goal is to help local charities more effectively and efficiently accomplish their missions. Application information is available online. Applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the Foundation's program officer prior to submitting an application.



Escalator is a new Arts Council England initiative which aims to find, support and invest in regionally based artists. Covering artists at different stages of their careers in all areas of the performing arts, it enables artists to realise their potential in producing high quality professional work. Escalator supports a broad range of artists at different stages in their careers, providing coaching, training and investment as well as joint promotion and networking opportunities. Through the development of partnerships and projects, Escalator aims to enhance the profile of artists at both a national and international level. Escalator is open to all artists based in the Eastern region. Whether at the start of their career or wishing to develop their work further, artists can enter the program at different stages. To get involved in Escalator, you must demonstrate a clear desire for appropriate professional development. Inclusion will be based on potential, quality of work and clarity of aims, rather than artistic or ethnic background, education or experience. Escalator artists do not have to be working professionally at the time of their inclusion in the program, nor necessarily be seeking to develop their careers along more traditional mainstream paths. For more information on Escalator at the Norwich Arts Centre and how to get involved please e-mail Stuart Hobday at stuarthobday@norwichartscentre.co.uk This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it .

Esmee Fairbairn


Esmee Fairbairn Trusts gives grants for arts and heritage, education, environment and social projects.



Arts and Heritage (Serving Audiences and Supporting Artists. Preserving and providing public access to our national heritage - particularly outside Greater London)



Est-Nord-Est's residencies are intended to 'encourage artistic research and experimentation'. International visual artists are invited to apply for residencies of two months in spring, summer or autumn. Erd-Nord-Est provide studio space and technical assistance and some equipment (for working with wood, stone and metal). Residents cover all other costs. Application forms should be accompanied by a project proposal, CV, examples of work and SAE for return of work.

Established Artist


For artists who are well-established in their professional career, this grant is available in amounts up to $2,000.


For artists who are well-established in their professional career, this grant is available in amounts up to $2,000.

Established Institutions


Established Institutions provides operational and program support for arts institutions with operating revenues exceeding $2 million whose primary purpose is to present or produce art (other restrictions apply). For FY2010, MAC will accept Established Institutions applications.

Estonian Artists Association


Estonian Artists Association, c/o Tallinn Art Hall, Vabaduse Valjak 6, 10146 Tallinn, Estonia. Tel: 011-372-6273630. Fees.

Ethel Louise Armstrong Foundation


Funds organizations led by or which support the work of people with disabilities with an emphasis on women (particularly in eduction, advocacy and the arts). info@ela.org

Ethnic and Folk Arts Master/Apprentice Program


Ethnic and Folk Arts Master/Apprentice Program

Ethnic Arts Grant - Utah


The Folk Arts Program offers Ethnic Arts Grants to qualified artists and arts organizations. Ethnic dancers, musicians, singers, crafts workers or ethnic community organizers who need assistance in planning and funding ethnic arts projects and activities can apply for matching funds through this grant category .



Huge collection of information on EU and European funding, country guides, EU funding guides and deadlines for funding and training, with links to relevant sites.

Eugene O'Neill Theater Center


Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, 234 W 44th St., Suite 901, New York, NY 10036-3909 (212) 382-2790. Playwrights only; residency in Waterford, CT and performance of play at annual conference; 10-15 writers work with a dramaturg or story editor and master designer (literary arts)

European Biennial Competition for Graphic Art


Award: £2500, £1000, £750 Further Information: This is a biennial competition, next held in 2007.

European Ceramics Work Centre


The European Ceramics Work Centre (EKWC) is an international work space which aims to develop exploration into ceramics by artists in many disciplines by providing a work place that stimulates a continuous exchange of action and reflection. The Centre is not focused on production or exhibition.

European Cultural Foundation Grants Programme


An independent foundation, the European Cultural Foundation aims to contribute to an open and democratic Europe that respects the basic human rights and cultural diversity of its people. It also aims to enhance the profile of culture in a European context.

European Publishers Award for Photography


The European Publishers Award for Photography is a major initiative to encourage the publication of contemporary photography. Open to photographers world-wide, the competition is a unique collaboration between six European Publishers - Actes Sud (France), Apeiron (Greece), Dewi Lewis Publishing (Great Britain), Edition Braus (Germany), Lunwerg Editores (Spain), and Peliti Associati (Italy). The competition requires the submission of a substantial, completed and unpublished photographic book project. The winning project is then published in book form simultaneously by each of the six publishers in their own country and their own language resulting in perhaps the most extensive cultural collaboration currently existing in Europe. See site for prizes.


European Union UK cultural information provider


European Funding cultural know all.

Europees Keramisch Werkcentrum


Europees Keramisch Werkcentrum, Zuid-Willemsvaart 215, 5211 SG's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands. Tel.: 011-31-0-73124500.

Europos Parkas


Europos Parkas, Joneikiskiu Kaimas, Azulaukes pastas, 4013 Vilnius, Lithuania. Tel.: 370-2-502242. 4 week residencies offered 6 times a year. Accomodations, meals, tours through the country, studio visits to Lithuanian artists, exhibition.

Europos Parkas, the open-air museum at the centre of Europe, offers 4-week long residencies 3 a year (May, July, September). The program is open to artists from various fields who are interested in exchange of artistic experience and acquaintance with Lithuanian culture and traditions. While in Lithuania, artists are guided to the places that highly reveal peculiarities of the country. Artists can develop an individual project and present it in the park or at the museum s exhibition space indoors. Opportunities to communicate with local artistic communities as well as visits to the studios of Lithuanian artists, seminars, discussions and slide presentations are organized during the residency.

Evelyn Richardson Non-fiction Award


(Atlantic authors) -- first Friday in December

Everglades National Park, Artist-in-Residence Program


Everglades National Park, Artist-in-Residence Program, 40001 State Road 9336, Homestead, FL 33034. (305) 242-7750. Residencies of 2-4 weeks for 6 residents per year.

Evergreen Arts Council


Evergreen Arts Council

Evergreen House


Evergreen House, Johns Hopkins University, 4545 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21210. (410) 516-0341. Two-month summer residency for visual artists who live out of state. Provides housing, large individual studio, $2,000 stipend, exhibition with publication, access to collections. (visual arts)

Excellence in Media


Excellence in Media / Angel Awards 1775 E. Palm Canyon Dr. - # H PMB 214, Palm Springs, CA 92264

All forms of media from Motion Picture and Television to Fine Art. Excellence in Media / Angel Awards 1775 E. Palm Canyon Dr. - # H PMB 214, Palm Springs, CA 92264

Excursion Grant


Excursion Grant. Excursion grants of up to $500 assist organizations in the transportation of K-12 students and persons with disabilities to arts events at least 40 miles from the organization’s home.

Exhibit Preparation to Tour


This program supports Texas-based institutions in preparing an art exhibition, film series, or documentary film series to tour to other sites in Texas. (Additionally, these exhibits can tour outside of Texas, but the intent of the program is to share resources within Texas). Organizations compete for placement in the TCA Visual/Media Touring Roster. The roster has a limited number of slots open for each discipline each year. Organizations will receive an additional $500 stipend for each completed contract at a Texas venue within 24 months of the exhibition opening. Touring does not include distribution via broadcast. Application Limit: 1 application per organization with a single offering for this program. Minimum Request: $3,000 Maximum Request: $7,500 Match Requirement: 1:1 In-Kind Match: Up to 50% of the match may be in-kind.

Exhibition - Call for Proposals


Toi Pōneke is calling for proposals from artists interested in exhibiting at Toi Pōneke Gallery during June - December 2008. The closing date for proposals is Friday, 29 February 2008 at 5.00pm. Proposals must be sent to: Manager Toi Pōneke, Wellington Arts Centre 61 Abel Smith Street Wellington More information on how to propose an exhibition is available on the following page:

Exhibition and Mentoring Opportunities


Are you an artist intrigued by the concept of temporary public art? Are you interested in creating art that has a life outside the gallery, projects that are visible to all who live and work in Milwaukee? If so, consider working with IN:SITE. The opportunities are constantly evolving and IN:SITE wants to offer them to all artists, emerging or established. Stipends for projects run from $200 to $500, depending on the scale and length of the project. In its curatorial role, IN:SITE connects artists with locations appropriate for temporary public art. Currently, IN:SITE is requesting proposals for two locations in the Sherman Park neighborhood for installation in the Spring of 2008. Proposals are due by February 1, and the installations are to be mounted before May 3.

Exhibition as part of the Phototriennale of Hamburg, Germany


Marziart International Gallery invites all photographers, 18 years or older, to participate in the competition 'Living Space'. The competition is international, open to all photographers. The works can be realistic or abtract, if they are an expression of the theme.

description: Marziart International Gallery invites all photographers, 18 years or older, to the competition 'Living Space' The competition is international, open to all photographers. The works can be realistic or abtract, if the the are an expression of the theme. The 5 best photographers will be presented with 5 works during the 4.Phototriennale of Hamburg, 11th of April - 20th of April 2008 on 3 days in the Marziart International Gallery. The exhibition will take place in the period 11th of April - 13th of April 2008. The opening reception and the awarding will be held on the 11th of April 2008. On the 12th of April the exhibition will be visited by a guided tour, organized by galleries of Hamburg. The winners will be selected by a Jury.

exhibition call for submission


A chance for artist’s 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. All Artists are welcome to submit.. 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.

Exhibition Proposals


South Shore Art Center seeks proposal ideas for its Bancroft Gallery space for 2009-2010. Group shows by New England artists preferred.

Expansion Arts Program


The Expansion Arts program is designed to assist qualified emerging arts organizations in developing increased organizational capacity by helping them acquire or maintain professional administrative personnel.



funds the development and presentation of cross-disciplinary touring projects for New England communities. Grants are made to New England-based nonprofit organizations to support planning or touring of projects with performing, literary, and/or visual arts components.

Experimental Television Center


Experimental Television Center, AIR Program, 109 Lower Fairfield Rd., Newark Valley, NY 13811 (607) 687-4341. Residencies of 3-5 days with personalized instruction and access to low-cost video and computer imaging equipment. Housing, equipment, technical assistance. Fees charged. (media arts)

Experimental Television Center (ETC)


The Center administers NYSCA regrant funds through the Finishing Fund, a source of completion funding for independent media arts productions. The maximum award is $1,500. ETC also offers a residency program for electronic media artists. 109 Lower Fairfax Road Newark Valley, NY 13811 (607) 687-4341



Exploration Grants provide time and resources for the exploration of ideas and for substantive planning to take place, including: research, conversations with constituencies, partnership development, and project design. » Applicants must have identified either a San Francisco neighborhood/community or a community partner, and must be in at least the early stages of conversation about a proposed project. »Duration of up to 9 months »Projects can be awarded between $5,000 to $10,000. REALIZATION GRANTS Realization Grants support well-conceived and planned projects which demonstrate a high degree of quality in meeting the criteria for evaluation. »Duration of up to 18 months »Projects can be awarded up to $35,000; requests should reflect projects of appropriate scale and scope. Grant Period Exploration Grants: January 1, – September 30, Realization Grants: January 1, – September 30, 2009 WHO MAY APPLY The applicant must be an artist, arts organization, or an immigrant service organization based in San Francisco. The proposed culminating public activities must take place in San Francisco. An appropriate partnering organization (community partner) is a non-arts community-based organization or group located in San Francisco; examples of partnering organizations include: neighborhood associations, tenants’ groups, social service organizations, social justice organizations, advocacy groups, health centers, Boys and Girls clubs. Potential partnerships: » Artist and non-arts community-based organization or group » Arts organization and non-arts community-based organization or group » Artist and Arts organization partnering with a non-arts community-based organization or group » An immigrant service organization with an established arts program » Artist and immigrant service organization



San Francisco A variety of opportunities for 'artists to create artworks, installations, films, and performances that can augment large-scale thematically-based exhibitions' at the Exploratorium. Exploratory (one-week) and Full residencies available.


Exploratorium, 3601 Lyon St., San Francisco, CA 94123 (415) 563-7337. Work space inside interactive science museum in Marina District, near the Presidio and the Golden Gate Bridge, living space in the city by arrangement; artists given per diem; 4-6 artists per year awarded residencies of 1-6 mos. Stipend and travel costs paid.

Eyebeam Artists in Residence (AIR) program


Two three-month multidisciplinary residencies to exceptional artists, which will take place from October - January and June - August. A selection committee of peers and experts chooses artists from an open call for applications. Residents receive 24/7 studio access, an honorarium, access to cutting-edge tools, expert technical support from Eyebeam staff, production help from apprentices and the option to show work at Eyebeam. Depending on the project, AIR work can be presented as gallery installations, demonstrations of research in progress, panel discussions, on-line projects, public workshops, or multimedia performances.

EZ 1-2-3 Grant


Types of EZ Grants EZ 1-2-3 Arts Education Grants support eligible organizations to hire a Teaching Artist from the IAC’s Teaching Artists Roster, to provide students hands-on arts education-related experience in a school. Search the Iowa Artists Directory to find an artist from this roster.

EZ 1-2-3 Performing Arts Grants support eligible organizations to hire an artist or group from the IAC’s Performing Artists Roster, to perform in their community. Search the Iowa Artists Directory to find an artist from this roster. EZ 1-2-3 Character Counts!

Through the Arts Grants support eligible organizations and schools to hire an artist that is trained in the principles of Character Counts!, and weaves those principles and language into the work they do with schools and community groups as an enhancement to their character education programs. This project is a partnership with the Institute for Character Development at Drake University. (Note: all Character Counts!-endorsed artists are also members of the IAC’s Teaching Artists Roster. Find the list of Character Counts-trained artists at the Institute for Character Development’s web site. Grant Amount You may request up to $500, but no more than 50% of the total expenses of the activity or event. All applicants must cash match EZ 1-2-3 Grants. In other words, for every EZ 1-2-3 Grant dollar you receive, you and/or your other funding partners must match it with a dollar. Donations of time, materials, services and supplies are not considered cash match. You are limited to receiving one EZ 1-2-3 grant per fiscal year (July 1 to June 30, annually).

Application Deadline and Notification EZ 1-2-3 grants are awarded on a first received, first funded basis. There is no application deadline. Applications are reviewed daily during normal office hours until available funds are awarded. Within 2 weeks of receipt of the application, you will be notified by email or phone about the status of your application. Formal award notification and the grant packet will arrive within 30 days of the date of the grant activity Availability of funds will be posted on this web site until all funds are awarded For your own planning purposes, we recommend that you submit your EZ 1-2-3 application at least 8 weeks prior to your event. Eligible Applicants Nonprofit organizations incorporated in Iowa that have federal tax-exempt status (see FAQs for more information) Schools Area education agencies Local, county, state and federal governmental agencies , and tribal councils Fiscal Agents:

If your nonprofit organization does not have federal tax exempt status, you may apply through an eligible nonprofit and federal tax-exempt organization, which agrees to be the legal Applicant/Fiscal Agent for the grant activity. Refer to Fiscal Agents Policy. Not Eligible to Apply: Applicants who have already received an EZ 1-2-3 Grant during the current fiscal year. (The Iowa Arts Council’s fiscal year is July 1 through June 30 of the following year. EZ 1-2-3 Grants do not count toward the number of grants an organization can receive in other Iowa Arts Council funding programs each fiscal year.)

Applicants who have an outstanding late Final Report for a previously funded application. Grant Requirements Agree to conduct your activity according to the Application Checklist (Part B of the Application) Fulfill all obligations specified in the EZ 1-2-3 Grant Contract Cash match EZ 1-2-3 grants dollar for dollar Credit the Iowa Arts Council during the activity and in all promotional material, public notices, publications and other forms of print and electronic communication using the following language: This program is partially supported by a grant from the Iowa Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs Submit an EZ 1-2-3 Grant Final Report to the IAC no later than 30 days after the completion of the activity. Failure to submit the report by the due date will jeopardize the organization's ability to apply for or receive other grants from the Iowa Arts Council or the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs until the Final Report or unspent grant funds are returned.

Application Instructions: You must download the application, fill it in, print it out, and send it in. This is NOT an eGrant program! Applying for an EZ 1-2-3 Grant is easy! 1) Contact an IAC rostered artist from the appropriate roster (Link here to the Iowa Artist Directory and Rosters, then scroll down and 'Search by Publication', then select Teaching Artists Roster, Performing Artists Roster, or Character Counts! Artists at http://www.drake.edu/icd/) to determine his/her availability and fee. You are responsible for selecting an artist or performing group. Iowa Arts Council staff does not act as an agent for any artist, ensemble, or company represented in the roster. Make sure you have written confirmation that you have booked the artist or performing group (we recommend you use the IAC’s Artist Confirmation Form ). 2) Complete the EZ 1-2-3 Grant Application, print it out and get signatures. Make sure you have included Parts A, B and C, plus a copy of your written artist confirmation. 3) Submit the application to the Iowa Arts Council. You will receive a funding notification letter in approximately two weeks. The IAC will post a notice on this Web site when all available EZ 1-2-3 Grant funds have been awarded.


Florida Division of Cultural Affairs

Division of Cultural Affairs for the state of Florida awards grants to individual artists.

Fabric Workshop


Fabric Workshop, 1315 Cherry Street, 5th floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215) 568-1111. Address queries to Artist Advisory Committee; artists of all media who would like to work in fiber and screen printing; residencies for one artist at a time for special projects; 10-12 artists per year (fiber arts)

Faces & Figures


The Stamford Art Association announces a call to artists for 'Faces & Figures', a juried show held Jan. 20 - Feb. 14, in Stamford, CT. Cash Prizes will be awarded. Members: $10/$8 Non-Members: $20/$18.

Family Resouce Center/Volunteer Center in Live Oak


Family Resouce Center/Volunteer Center in Live Oak, CA Santa Cruz County Dept. of Parks, Open Space and Cultural ServicesPosted:

Fargo Film Festival, March 3-7, 2009


In November of 1999, a group of film lovers, filmmakers and educators, along with tourism specialists, theatre volunteers and staff members, gathered at the newly restored Fargo Theatre to discuss the possibility of a Fargo Film Festival, as well as the selection of the Fargo Theatre as a site for the 2000 Library of Congress Film Preservation Tour. In March of 2000, with a great deal of guidance and insight from the passionate, film-obsessed teacher Ted Larson, the theatre celebrated the rich history of film with selections from the prestigious Library of Congress collection. Actor Janet Leigh attended our week-long celebration and proved a most elegant guest. The success of the Library of Congress tour fueled the fire for an annual Fargo Film Festival. Ted Larson died unexpectedly in November of 2000, but his spirit prevailed and the Fargo Film Festival became a reality in March of 2001. Since then, the festival has grown significantly from 30 submissions in 2001 to its current average of more than 150 submissions from 28 states and 6 countries. The Fargo Theatre’s storied history, 21st century technology, and beautifully restored art deco decor anchor the festival. Submissions are arriving daily for the 2009 Fargo Film Festival. If you are a moviemaker seeking an opportunity to have your work judged for competition in North Dakota’s premier film festival, complete an entry form and send us your work. The festival’s regular postmark deadline is January 1, 2009 ($30 Standard Entry Fee, $20 Student Entry Fee); late postmark deadline is January 10, 2009 ($40 Standard Entry Fee, $30 Student Entry Fee). For more information and an entry form, visit: www.fargofilmfestival.org.

Fargo Park District - All classes/workshops


Fargo Park District - All classes/workshops held at Robert D. Johnson Rec Center, 1104 2nd Ave S, Fargo (unless otherwise noted). To register or for more information, please visit http://www.fargoparks.com or call 241-8160. January 6-27, Aspiring Artists. RDJ Rec Center, (Tues) 6:00-8:00 pm January 7, Junior Artists, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-2:30 pm January 8-February 12, Accelerated Artists, RDJ Rec Center, 6:30-8:00 pm January 10 & 17, Intro to 3-D Art, RDJ Rec Center, 10:00-11:30 pm January 12-February 16, Artmania, RDJ Rec Center, (Mon) 6:30-8:00 pm January 24 - Awesome Art Afternoons, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-3:00 pm February 3-24, Aspiring Artists, RDJ Rec Center, 6:00-8:00 pm February 7 & 14, Intro to Printmaking, RDJ Rec Center, 10:00 - 11:30 am February 11, Junior Artists, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-2:30 pm February 7 & 14, Intro to Printmaking, RDJ Rec Center, 10:00 am-11:30 pm February 21, Awesome Art Afternoons, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-3:00 pm February 21, Penny and Pals Workshop, RDJ Rec Center, 9:00 am-3:00 pm March 11, Junior Artists, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-2:30 pm April 6-May 11, Artmania Spring Session, RDJ Rec Center, 6:30-8:00 pm April 8, Junior Artist, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-2:30 pm April 16-May 21, Accelerated Artists Spring Session, RDJ Rec Center, 6:30-8:00 pm May 6, Junior Artist, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-2:30 pm June 8-11, Artmania Summer Session 1, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-3:00 pm June 15-19, Penny and Pals Workshop, RDJ Rec Center, 9:00 am-12:00 pm June 15-19, Accelerated Artists Summer Session 1, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-3:00 pm June 19, Intro to Drawing, RDJ Rec Center, 4:00-6:00 pm June 22-26, Artmania Summer Session 2, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-3:00 pm July 6-9, Arts Sampler, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-3:00 pm July 13-17, Artmania Summer Session 3, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-3:00 pm July 16, Intro to Jewelry Making, RDJ Rec Center, 4:00-6:00 pm July 20-24, Accelerated Artists Summer Session 2, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-3:00 pm July 27-29, Penny and Pals Workshop, RDJ Rec Center, 9:00 am-12:00 pm August 3-7, Artmania Summer Session 4, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00 - 3:00 pm August 10-14, Accelerated Artists Summer Session 3, RDJ Rec Center, 1:00-3:00 pm, August 20, Intro to Scrapbooking, RDJ Rec Center, 4:00-6:00 pm

Fayetteville Museum of Art - Annual Juried Competition


Annual Juried Competition: Held in the spring and open to artists living in or native to North Carolina or South Carolina. Any media, indoor and outdoor installation pieces accepted. Up to a maximum of two original works of art, which have not been exhibited in any previous FMA Annual Competition, are eligible. A catalogue will be produced that will feature each selected work. Cash awards.

Feb 2008 - 2009 Residency in Applied Arts, Center on Age & Communtity



Applications Now Available: The Center on Age & Community at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, in partnership with the Peck School of the Arts, is offering a three-month residency for professional artists to develop a high-quality artistic creation motivated by working with people with dementia and/or those who care for them. Projects are expected to address the quality of life of people with dementia and raise public awareness of their capacities. CAC's residency offers a $20,000 stipend, up to $7,000 in supplies, 2 student assistants (if desired), housing, and transportation costs to and from Milwaukee. The program supports residencies as a learning and experimentation period for visiting, professional artists who are permanent U.S. residents. To learn more about the previous and current artists in residency, visit www.aging.uwm.edu. For deadlines, expectations, and application information, download the application form at: http://files.e2ma.net/16789/assets/docs/artist_residency_form2009.pdf, or through the Center on Age and Community website: http://www.aging.uwm.edu

Feb– Best Of Artists Gallery


Best of Artists Gallery? It’s Free. Best of artists wants to showcase talented artists. We are seeking exceptional and unique artists from around the world to feature in our Best of Gallery. Admission is free but you must apply. Accepted artists can have up to 8 images in the gallery and can change them as often as they like for FREE. Have your work seen by thousands of visitors a day! www.bestofartists.com Qualifications: Acrylic, Ceramics, Digital Media, Glass, Mosiac, Illustration, Mixed media, Sculpture, Watercolor, Oil, Pastel, Photography, Jewelry, Woodworking, and more. How to Apply: Simply visit www.bestofartists.com/gallery-submissions/ and follow the directions on the upload page. BOAA will contact you within 10 business days about your submission. Once accepted you can change your images as often as you like. Please allow 10 business days for updates to be completed. Visit our website for more informaiton.

Feb – Call For Entries Artists of All Mediums: Circulation


The strength and value in art is located not solely in its visuality, but also in its ability to circulate as an object, or at the most basic level- its grounds in a circulating idea. Within a tiny droplet of blood, there are some 5 million red blood cells. It takes about 20 seconds for each of these red blood cells to circle the whole body. These red blood cells will each make approximately 250,000 round trips of the body before being replaced by another red blood cell. USA Today has a daily circulation of 2,528,437. In one year, that amounts to 922,879,505 reads. By the end of the Civil War, between one-third and one-half of all U.S. paper currency in circulation was counterfeit. The ice age cycles were influenced by changes in ocean circulation arising from changes in the Earth’s orbit around the Sun. Booksmart Studio is seeking submission of artist works that confront, explore, exploit, challenge, and investigate the modes, methods, and effects of circulation. Keeping in line with the diverse modes of circulation and dissemination, the exhibition is open to all mediums. The deadline for entry is March 28, 2008. Visit http://www.booksmartstudio.com for details and entry form. For more information please contact gallery@booksmartstudio.com


Feb – Call for Exhibition Proposals, Prescott College Art Gallery


The Prescott College Art Gallery at Sam Hill Warehouse invites proposals for individual or group exhibitions for the 2008-2010 gallery seasons. Artists or curators should submit a cover letter describing the exhibit with up to 20 supporting images (slides or jpegs on CD) with an identification list, artist/curator statement(s), and artist resume(s). Please include S.A.S.E. for return of materials. All visual art disciplines suitable for gallery installations lasting between 5 to 8 weeks will be considered. Submissions must be received by April 15, 2008 to be included in the screening. Address submissions to Deborah Ford, Prescott College, 220 Grove Ave Prescott, AZ 86301. To request a prospectus or for more information, please email dford@prescott.edu or call (928) 776-5218. For a diagram of the gallery floor plan, visit: http://www.prescott.edu.

Feb – Creative Capital Grants in Emerging Fields: Innovative Writing and Performing Arts


If you are working on an exciting emerging fields, literature, or performing arts project we encourage you to apply in our current grant round. For general information and guidelines, please visit: http://creative-capital.org/application. To apply for a Creative Capital grant, you must first submit an Inquiry Form regarding your project. Tell us about your project and how, in conjunction with a Creative Capital grant, it will be catalytic for your artistic and professional growth. In addition, you will need to describe the influences that inform your work and how your work takes an inventive and original approach to form and content. Be prepared to present a basic budget and to identify the audience(s) for your project and any possible presenting venues. The Guidelines and Inquiry Form are available on the Creative Capital website from February 4 to March 4, 2008. It is available at http://creative-capital.org/application.

Feb – Creative Capital Grants in Emerging Fields: Innovative Writing and Performing Arts


Pictures-state. Mikhail Spiridonov

Feb – Gallery 8 seeking new members


Gallery 8 is accepting applications for new members. The gallery is a cooperative of photography-based artists. We are looking for high quality photographers, who are willing to make a one-year commitment beginning March 1, 2008. The commitment involves monthly rent, and participation in 2 duo shows and 3 group shows. Gallery 8 is located in the historic Willo District just 3 blocks from the Phoenix Art Museum, inside the Garfield Galleria building. Gallery 8 is a member of Artlink. The First Friday and Art Detour buses stop just outside of the building. http://www.phoenixartspace.com/gallery.php?ID=437 If you are interested in applying to Gallery 8, please contact Farrell Yancy at 623-930-1254 or farrellyancy@cox.net

Feb – Marin Museum of Contemporary Art’s Summer National Juried Exhibition PaperWORKS!


PaperWORKS! is open to all United States resident artists 18 and older. You are invited to submit up to five digital images of your original art works done in the past two years. Accepted work will incorporate paper in some way, either as a medium or as a ground, i.e., prints, pastels, watercolors, acrylic, mixed media, photography, collage, sculpture, etc. Juror: René de Guzman, Sr. Curator of Art, Oakland Museum of California. Deadline: April 18, . Please download Prospectus and Entry Form at: www.marinmoca.org or email info@marinmoca.org Phone: 415-506-0137.

Feb – MetLife Foundation Nuestras Voces, National Playwriting Competition


Through this competition, Repertorio Español would like to bring awareness to subjects and issues of vital importance to the Hispanic community, celebrate Hispanic culture in the United States by promoting and developing these works, and most importantly to highlight and encourage playwrights to continue writing these plays by providing a forum for these works. DEADLINE: Sunday, June 1, 2008 (Postmarked) NO LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.NO E-MAIL SUBMISSIONS ACCEPTED. Requirements: Plays must deal with subjects and characters that resonate with Hispanics living in United States. -NO SCREENPLAYS; Plays must be theatrical creations meant for the stage -One-act plays, Musicals and Translations will NOT be accepted -All plays must be original and full-length (minimum running time: 1 hr., 30 min) -New and un-produced plays preferred. Plays that have had readings or a workshop production are acceptable. -Scripts can be written in Spanish and/or English. *Winning play will be translated into Spanish. -Previously submitted scripts are accepted unless they have already placed in the top 5. -Playwrights must be at least 18 years of age and residents of the United States or Puerto Rico. All Entrants Must Submit: One completed application form and two copies of the script with numbered pages and title page that lists the title and year play was written ONLY. Please omit your name from script. Do NOT send other biographical information or reviews. All scripts must be submitted on 8-1/2” X 11” white paper, typewritten on one side of the paper and double-spaced appropriately. Scripts MUST be bound together. PLEASE NO PAPERCLIPS, RUBBERBANDS AND NO RING OR SPIRAL BINDINGS OF ANY KIND!!! Scripts will NOT be returned. SEND ALL MATERIALS TO: METLIFE NUESTRAS VOCES NATIONAL PLAYWRITING COMPETITION Repertorio Español 138 East 27th Street New York, New York 10016

Feb – MetLife Foundation Nuestras Voces, National Playwriting Competition 2008


Pictures-state. Mikhail Spiridonov

Feb – One-month Intensive Course in West African Performing Arts in Africa


Artists and students from around the world will come together this summer to study West African Performing Arts and to explore and train in the origins of West African dance, rhythm and story telling and contemporary African popular entertainment, including African circus skills and masked dancing. The programme will conclude with a final public performance piece. You will learn about the history and context of West African performance and you will have time to explore the town and create and relax on the Atlantic Ocean! The course will take place in Kartong, a village on the coast of The Gambia. Participants will receive a certificate in West African Performance from the University of The Gambia, and 15 university credits. Deadline: April 15, 2008 For more information or an application, email Programme Director Emily Eller at Emily.eller@gmail.com

Feb – Organ Donation Awareness Exhibit - Call for Artists


Tilt Gallery in collaboration with Donor Network of Arizona will be hosting an exhibition and silent auction dedicated to Organ/Tissue Donor Awareness and Education. The exhibition, titled 'Exponential Love: the gift of life', will take place, April 4, . This will be the Third annual Exhibit. The past two years, the exhibit consisted of fine art photography; painting and mixed media essence pieces created by artists inspired by those whose lives could or have been affected by organ/ tissue donation. The purpose of the exhibition is to provide public awareness and education about the many facets of organ donation with the intent to increase the number of registered donors and organ/tissue donation in the state of Arizona, hence connecting lives, saving lives and giving life.

This event is very near and dear to our hearts. For those of you who may or may not know the Tilt Gallery family, our lives have been touched and transformed by organ donation. In1996, sister Tanya Held had developed end stage kidney disease as a result of diabetic complications over the span of twenty years. Tanya’s sisters, Melanie Craven and Michelle Craven were both ready to unselfishly save Tanya’s life by donating one of their kidneys. On November 20, 1997, Michelle Craven donated one her kidneys to Tanya saving her life. Each day many die waiting for an organ transplant. This is our effort to heal, connect and save the lives of others. We are seeking artists who would like to assist us in this effort by donating a piece that expresses the gift of life theme of the exhibit. All pieces will be up for bid in the silent auction with a “buy it now” option. Proceeds from art sales will be donated to Donor Network of Arizona. The criteria options for donating a piece are as follows: Create a piece that shares a personal story or experience about organ donation. Create a piece that shares a story or experience of someone whose life could be or has been touched by organ/tissue donation. Donate an existing piece of work that communicates or expresses the theme of the exhibit.

Artists interested please contact Tilt as soon as possible. We need to confirm your donation of by March 1, 2008. All donated pieces need to be delivered to Tilt Gallery by Monday April 2 Please contact Melanie Craven or Michelle Craven for further information at 602.716.5667 or by email at: Melanie@tiltgallery.com

Feb – Phoenix Artists Guild


The Phoenix Artists Guild would like to cordially invite you to view the artwork created by its members in their annual spring show to be on display at the Glendale Adult Center located on west 59th avenue just south of Peoria avenue. On display will be vibrant, enticing works of art created in water colors, acrylics, oils, pen and ink and other mixed medium. Many pieces will touch your heart, recall pleasant memories, challenge your mindset, yet, leave you filled with the wonderment of creativity. Visit this outstanding display then tell all your friends, co-workers and acquaintances of the time well spent that added to fill another spot we call experience. In closing donations in money form or gift certificates used as awards would be greatly appreciated. Please mail to: BetteLou Tobin 1808 W. Stella Ln. Phoenix, AZ. 85015-2046

Feb – Sedona Visual Artists’ Coalition presents Lucy Lippard


SAVE THE DATE! Sunday, April 6th. The Sedona Visual Artists' Coalition presents the renowned international art critic and author, Lucy Lippard, who will present a slide show and lecture about 'Art, Tourism and Place' at the Sedona Creative Life Center at 4:30PM. You won't want to miss this inspiring event; Lippard will transform your concept of art, its relation to tourism and place, and stretch your imagination! Questions? Contact: Nancy Robb Dunst, 928-282-0776; E-mail: ndunst@yahoo.com.

Feb – The Collector’s Edition from Kennedy Publishing


The Best of Artists and Artisans and Kennedy Publishing Presents The Collector's Edition. 24 incredible artists and artisans will be showcased in a beautiful soft cover book. www.bestofartists.com/best-of-artists-bookstore/. Artists can be nominated to be in the Collector’s Edition. Each month BOAA will present the nominated artists. The two monthly winners will be determined by a combination of the number of viewer comments, types of positive comments, page views and by BOAA. Each month www.bestofartists.com will select and showcase the full body of work of two outstanding artists. The showcase will include as many images as the artist wants plus a full-length interview. Each showcased artist will have their own 'mini site' within Best of Artists for 3 full months with the ability to edit 'their site'. At the end of one year the 24 showcased artists and artisans will be celebrated by Kennedy Publishing in The Best of Artists and Artisans The Collector's Edition. Nominate your favorite artists at www.bestofartists.com/collectors-edition-nominations/. The two monthly winners will be determined by a combination of the number of viewer comments, types of positive comments, page views and by BOAA. How to Apply: Simply visit http://www.bestofartists.com/collectors-edition-nominations/ and fill out the online form.

Feb –Call to Artists – The Phoenix Fringe Festival Pilot Project


The Phoenix Fringe Festival Pilot Project will take place over the weekend of May 1 - 4, and will serve as a model for future Phoenix Fringe Festivals. The Pilot will present cutting-edge performances by Arizona-based theatre companies and performance artists during a four-day festival that will introduce audiences to new kinds of live performance experiences. Fringe Festivals around the country in cities as diverse as San Francisco, New York, Philadelphia and Minneapolis will serve as models for this Pilot Project. The Fringe Festival Pilot Project seeks applications from Arizona based theatre companies and performing artists with productions appropriate for a fringe festival environment. Submissions should include new work or innovative adaptations of previously produced work. Production values must be simple and portable and running-time for performances may range between 30 – 90 minutes for the full-length category and 7 – 10 minutes for the ten-minute category. Registration fees will be kept very low at $50 per accepted application. Applications will be evaluated by the Phoenix Fringe Festival steering committee and selections will be made based on artistic innovation, quality and appropriateness. Applications must be postmarked by Friday, February 29, 2008. For further information and application materials, please send an email including your contact information to: info@phxfringe.org. Or visit www.phxfringe.org. The Phoenix Fringe Festival Pilot Project is funded in part by a grant from p.a.v.e, the arts entrepreneurship program of the ASU School of Theatre & Film.

Fellowship - residence 2009


La Macina di San Cresci, residence for artists member of RES ARTIS announces that the Municipality of Greve in Chianti (Florence, Italy) grants a fellowship for one month in the year 2009. This programme is open to artists between 18 and 35 years old, proposing innovative projects reflecting an opening to the human, social and economic contexts surrounding them. Disciplines • Architecture (architecture design, urban studies, landscape design), • Photography • Painting • Sculpture • Ceramics • Installation The fellowship recipient is granted Euro 1000 to cover expenses (art material, meals, local transport, etc.), in addition living space and studios free of charge. The selected artist is provided with a shared room and workspace in a shared studio for a 30 day period (see www.chianticom.com for location and space) Calendar: The recipient may choose a 30 day time from January 15 to April 30. Residency requirements: During the stay at La Macina di San Cresci, the selected artist is asked to give at least one informal lecture concerning his/her work, open to the public in general. The artist-in-residence is asked to leave one piece of work made during his/her stay as a donation to Municipality of Greve in Chianti . Deadline for Applications: November 15, 2008. Application form and brochure with general information can be downloaded as PDF document at : http://www.chianticom.com/inglese/residence.htm In the application form, please specify: FELLOWSHIP 2009 APPLICATION ADDRESS : La Macina di San Cresci Pieve di San Cresci 1 50022 Greve in Chianti (FI) ITALY www.chianticom.com info@chianticom.com

Fellowship Announcement from Global Arts Village


Fellowship Announcement from Global Arts Village The Global Arts Village is an emerging international residential art center in New Delhi, India. The Village enables artists to experience a natural, eco-friendly environment for creative work on a three-acre property that includes gardens, a multi-purpose studio, sculpture workshop, a meditation and performance hall, a common building, a dance studio, performance spaces, and accommodations. The Global Arts Village offers full and partial fellowships, several specific fellowship opportunities, and an Artist-in-Residence program. web: www.globalartsvillage.org e-mail: info@globalartsvillage.org

Fellowship Applications Early Winter


We are an emerging multi-cultural residential art center located in New Delhi, India. We are a community of creative individuals celebrating life through art and heart. Our international arts center is unique because it combines artist residencies with Indian traditions such as yoga, massage and meditation in a village community setting. In our 3-acre village, you can walk amongst the tranquil gardens and ponds, see and listen to exotic birds while living and working in artist studios that are an organic blend of contemporary design and traditional bamboo-mud-thatch construction. Creative people of all types including fine artists and craftspeople, writers, designers, performing artists, architects, curators, musicians and art administrators can apply. All of our programs are designed to foster awareness and enhance your creative process. 60 Day Fellowships Global Arts Village offers full and partial fellowship opportunities. All fellowships include furnished rooms, three vegetarian meals per day, laundry service, private or shared workspace, welcome celebration, work presentation and group exhibition opportunity and other benefits dependent on the fellowship program. Starting Dates: Feb 3, April 4, June 4, Aug 4, Oct 3, Dec 4 Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and can be submitted via email or post.

Fellowship Awards


Fellowship Awards – Provide cash awards and increased promotion to six professional New Hampshire artists through an annual, no-fee competition, which rates examples of recent work by individual artists for artistic excellence.

Creation of websites or promotional materials. Fellowship Awards – Provide cash awards and increased promotion to six professional New Hampshire artists through an annual, no-fee competition, which rates examples of recent work by individual artists for artistic excellence.

Fellowship grant guidelines and application form for individual artists


Fellowship grant guidelines and application form for individual artists

Fellowship Showcases


Fellowship Showcases: Each year the Council cosponsors the mounting of biannual exhibitions showcases in visual arts and crafts (including electronic media), choreography and creative writing by Council fellowship award winners.

Fellowships - visual arts


Closing date: 15 April 2008 Fellowship grants provide extended support to craftspeople, designers, media artists and visual artists of outstanding ability to enable them to realise ambitious projects and develop their practice to new levels of achievement.

Fellowship grants provide extended support to craftspeople, designers, media artists and visual artists of outstanding ability to enable them to realise ambitious projects and develop their practice to new levels of achievement.

Fellowships in the Creative and Performing Arts


The Fellowships in the Creative and Performing Arts scheme aims to support artists* as research fellows within a research environment. It provides for the salary of the fellow and associated costs. Fellowships can be held for either 2 or 3 years full time, or for five years at either 0. or 0. FTE. * By artists, the AHRC is referring to visual artists, performers, musicians, creative writers, poets, and other producers of original creative work. Since 1 September , all proposals to AHRC Schemes must be prepared on the basis of the full economic costs (fEC) of the research.

We strongly recommend that applicants liaise with their research/ finance office about the full economic costs of their proposal well before the deadline. The deadline has now been confirmed as Thursday 25 September 2008. The scheme guidance is being updated and should be available from the website in June. In the meantime, last year’s guidance can be accessed below for information only; whilst there are unlikely to be any major changes you are strongly advised to read the updated Research Funding Guide, Frequently Asked Questions and online Helptext before finalising your application. Please note that all proposals for this competition must be made through the cross-council Joint Electronic Submission (Je-S) System. Further information on this can be found here. If you need any assistance to use the system, please contact the Je-S Helpdesk on (01793) 444164 or on JeSHelp@rcuk.ac.uk.

Please note that letters informing applicants whether they have been successful will be sent to their contact address as shown on their Je-S record: it is important that applicants ensure this address is correct as the AHRC will not check it against the CV or any other document in the proposal. If you are in any doubt, please contact the Je-S Helpdesk for assistance.

Fenton Trust


The Fenton Arts Trust gives grants for individual works, activities, performances or prizes in the fields of drama, painting, sculpture, ballet, music and poetry, in particular final year or postgraduate students.

Ferndale Arts Commission Art for the Centennial Riverwalk Park Fountain in Ferndale, WA


RFQ for Artists to create art for the Centennial Riverwalk Park Fountain. Budget $75,000. Email LindaKnutson@cityofferndale.org for prospectus Contact Information: Linda Knutson, City Clerk Contact Email: LindaKnutson@cityofferndale,org Contact Phone: (360)384-4302 Response Deadline: 8/15/2008

Festivals DC


Festivals DC

Fiber Celebration 2009


Loveland Museum/Gallery, Loveland, CO, May 30 - July 12, 2009. The Northern Colorado Weavers Guild, Inc. is a nonprofit group interested in sharing knowledge and skills in all aspects of the fiber arts. We were founded as an educational guild in 1973, and our membership includes many knitters, spinners and crocheters as well as weavers. Fiber Celebration is our juried show, now in its 35th year. It provides a well-publicized display for fiber artists and encourages members to compete with national and international peers. The juror will be Marilyn Murphy, president of Interweave Press. Watch for more information. Application deadline is February 15, 2009 (postmarked).

Fiction, Lies, and Evasion


We are seeking works exploring art's ability to tell stories; particularly stories of a personal, religious, or ideological nature.

FICTIVE DAYS - New Life Berlin festival


Taking place during the NEW LIFE BERLIN Festival in June 2008, six to eight artists/researchers will be selected to live and work closely together in a large Berlin apartment. Deadline: midnight Wed 30 Apr 08 (Pacific Standard Time)

Fields Project


Fields Project, c/o Betty Adams, 124 1/2 Fourth St., Oregon, IL 61061 (815) 732-9945. Open to painters, photographers, sculptors and earth-work artists. Artists live with host families and experience rural life while creating work inspired by the land. Earth-work artists will be assigned 10-20 acres on the prairie to be cut/mowed and viewed primarily by air. Fees charged.

Fifth Annual Telluride Plein Air Celebration


The Sheridan Arts Foundation announces a call to artists for the Fifth Annual Telluride Plein Air Celebration, a juried exhibition & sale held June 29 - July 5, 2008 in Telluride, Colorado. Artist Choice Award ($1,000 Cash); Quick Draw Competition Award ($500 Cash). Open to all artists 18 years and older. Each artist must submit 3 professional quality images of their artwork in JPEG format with a minimum resolution of 300 DPI and have the title of the piece in the file name. A panel of 4-5 jurors will select approximately 30 artists. All artwork must be completed in the Telluride area between June 29 and July 5, 2008. Host lodging is available to each participating artist at no charge. Deadline: November 30, . $40 entry fee.

Fifth Annual Telluride Plein Air Celebration


Open to all artists 18 years and older. Each artist must submit 3 professional quality images of their artwork in JPEG format with a minimum resolution of 300 DPI and have the title of the piece in the file name. A panel of 4-5 jurors will review all submitted applications and select approximately 30 artists to participate in the 2008 event. All artwork must be completed in the Telluride area between June 29 and July 5, 2008. Host lodging is available to each participating artist at no charge.

Fifty Crows International Fund for Documentary Photography


Six grants of up to $7000 each for working documentary photographers throughout the world Fifty Crows Foundation, 1074 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94103. photofund@fiftycrows.org

Film and Video Umbrella


The primary focus of Film and Video Umbrella's activities is the curation and production of artists' film and video work for gallery exhibition at venues in England. Film and Video Umbrella commissions approximately eight new projects a year - each of which is developed in collaboration with a partner venue before touring to other galleries in England and, on occasion, further afield.

Film Arts Foundation


Grants for Bay Area emerging and mid-career film and video artists up to $7,500. Some grant awards include free classes, access to production and post production equipment, project mentoring by an established director, and Film Arts Foundation membership, in addition or in lieu of cash.

Film Council


The Film Council was set up by the Government in April 2000 to be the lead organisation for the UK film industry. Its remit includes the encouragement of both cultural and commercial film activity. The principal source of its funds is the National Lottery, and it will channel all public money for film production and the National Film and Television School. See www.ukfilmcouncil.org.uk/funding/ for information on the Council's funding strands.

Film London



Film London is the strategic agency for the film and media sector in London. It is an amalgamation of the London Film Commission (LFC) and the London Film and Video Development Agency (LFVDA), which merged in April 2003. Film London will invest in film production, exhibition and education and in the economic and industry development initiatives across the capital. Included in the vast range of services Film London provide are an information database on hotel deals for filmmakers from outside of town, diary availability for crews and location managers, a filmmakers code of practice and a listing of London's film services. Various development schemes outlined on their website aim to nurture the capital's film, TV and animation professionals and support the training sector.

Suite 6.10, The Tea Building, 56 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JJ Tel: 020 7613 7676 Fax: 020 7613 7677 Email: info@filmlondon.org.uk Film London is the strategic agency for film and media in the UK's capital. Film London is funded by the London Development Agency and the UK Film Council. The London Artists' Film and Video Awards (LAFVA) scheme is a joint fund between Film London and Arts Council England, London. Awards are available to individual artists for the production of film/video art. These major awards can range from

Finca Luna


Finca Luna hosts one to three-month self-directed action-learning apprenticeships in La Palma (English-speaking studio, Spanish useful for resarch on the island) for ceramic artists; €300 per month all inclusive; apply anytime. Digging and making own clay, experimenting with mixes and wood-fired kilns, electric kiln also + electric & kick-wheel available in ample ceramics studio.

Finding Peace and Respite from the Modern World – 29 Artist Residency Opportunities in Alaska


Seattle-based La Familia Gallery is now offering 29 annual artist residency opportunities in Talkeetna, Alaska. Accepting applicants from around the world who concentrate in the visual arts, music, and literature, the residency program aims to encourage a better understanding of what one truly needs live, to create, and to be happy. The La Familia Artist Residency program is designed for emerging and mid-career artists who are seeking direction, inspiration, and reflection. Artists must be actively pursuing their creative careers with passion and integrity. While participating in the program, they are expected to live and volunteer (20 hours/week of community service) in Talkeetna for the full residency period for which they apply. The program has been developed to provide artists with an environment where they can hear their own voices while giving back to the gallery’s home community by adding to the creative dialogue. Within the silence and the peace, you discover that what you need to create, what you need to live, and what you need to be truly happy is far less than you ever imagined. To learn more, please visit www.lafamiliallc.com/AKResidenceHome.php. Additional information regarding the gallery’s many services can be found on their website www.lafamiliallc.com or by calling (206)903-0627.

Fine Art Show Presents Opportunity for Arizona Artists to Display Work


The Gilbert Visual Art League (GVAL) invites Arizona artists to submit their original artwork for the 6th Annual Fine Art Show. The show is hosted at the Gilbert Historical Museum in Gilbert, AZ and will be available for public viewing from November 8 through 22,. The show is judged and juried, includes all mediums and subject matter, and features a non-juried, youth division. This is GVAL’s second Fine Art Show for 2008. The league chose to move the show date to November so they could coordinate with the Town of Gilbert’s annual Gilbert Days celebration. Many of the club members are Gilbert residents so the change seemed like a natural choice. Awards will be presented at the show reception on November 16,. Ribbons are awarded to the top three works in each category. In addition, a cash prize is given to Best of Show and Peoples Choice winners. Renowned painter, John Cox, will judge the show. Cox has more than thirty years fine-art experience and has hosted many solo and two-man shows. Artists interested in submitting work can download the official call for entry at the Gilbert Visual Art League website http://www.gval.org/. All entries must be postmarked by September 27, 2008. Acceptance letters will be mailed starting on October 10, 2008. The Gilbert Visual Art League’s goal is to create a venue for local artists to show their work and be recognized for their talents. The league strives to increase artistic awareness and appreciation in their community and surrounding areas. If you would like more information about the GVAL 6th Annual Fine Art Show, or to schedule an interview please call Jasmine Holmes, at 480.219.9069 or email at newsletter@gval.org. The Gilbert Visual Art League is supported in part by a grant from the Town of Gilbert.

Fine Arts and Sound Art Residency at Kuenstlerhaeuser Worpswede


Where: Worpswede, Germany When: 2000 Deadline: (EXTENDED) August 18th, 2008 Call for Applications for the 2009 Residency The Kuenstlerhaeuser Worpswede are one of the largest residencies in the Federal Republic of Germany. Among former grant holders are many well-known international artists such as Emmett Williams, Koeken Ergun, Yuri Leiderman, Dan Perjovschi, Katharina Sieverding or Egill Saebjoernsson. The Kuenstlerhaeuser Worpswede are supported by the Barkenhoff Stiftung, Worpswede, and the private initiative Atelierhaus e. V., which collectively make the studios available. Besides the regular presentation of works produced in the studios both within and outside Worpswede, there are also, on a discursive level, artists’ discussions, workshops and symposia on artists’ support, which take place at the Barkenhoff. The grant body is also supported by the state of Lower Saxony through the award of a monthly grant of *€ 1.400* Euros. A restriction concerning age or nationality does not exist. Selection is made by a specialised jury in the fine arts and sound art respectively. Applications for the 2009 residencies in the fields of fine arts and sound art for a duration of up to 6 months are requested as of now. The deadline is *July 10th* (date of postmark). For questions please turn to ausschreibung2009@artistresidency.net ----------------------- Kuenstlerhaeuser Worpswede attn. Mr. Bernd Milla Bergstrasse 1 D - 27726 Worpswede Germany

Fine Arts Festival - Arts Council of Moore County


Fine Arts Festival: An annual competition held in August. Open to all artists, ages 16 or older, working in the following categories: acrylic, digital art, drawing/pastel, mixed media, oil, painting, photography, printmaking, and three-dimensional art. Limit of two works per artist. Entry fees for submissions. Size and weight restrictions apply. Deadline is mid-July. More than $2,500 in cash awards. 35 percent commission on works sold. Consult web site or contact ACMC for a complete prospectus.

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco


One month studio residencies for Bay Area artists, focusing on visual artists in all media.


Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 100 34th Ave., Lincoln Park, San Francisco, CA 94121-1693 (415) 750-7634. One-month residency for one artist at a time at the Legion of Honor at Land's End in Lincoln Park, overlooking San Francisco Bay. Open to local artists; no housing or meals provided; stipend paid; artist expected to be on site working at least 4 hours a day, 5 days a week. Optional studio tours, lecture, or public workshop.

Fine Arts on the River Festival


Original hand made works of art or numbered prints, sculpture, photography, jewelry, pottery, fiber, digital.

Fine Arts Work Center


Fine Arts Work Center, 24 Pearl St., Box 565, Provincetown, MA 02657 (508) 487-9960. 7 month session runs Oct. 1 through May 1; 20 fellows annually provided with live-in studio and stipend of $375/mo. Plus materials allowance of $75. Located on the tip of Cape Cod, near national seashore beaches and miles of dunes. Facilities include a woodshop, printshop with etching press and darkroom. (visual, literary arts)


The Fine Arts Work Center offers a unique residency program for writers and visual artists in the crucial early stages of their careers. Located in Provincetown, an area with a long history as an arts colony, the Work Center provides seven-month fellowships to twenty fellows each year in the form of living/work space and a modest monthly stipend. Residencies run from October 1 through May 1. Fellows have the opportunity to pursue their work independently in a diverse and supportive community. An historic fishing port, Provincetown is situated at the tip of Cape Cod in an area of spectacular natural beauty, surrounded by miles of dunes and National Seashore beaches.

Fine Contemporary Crafts


Visual Arts Deadline: 10-01-

Fingal County Council Writer in Residence


Fingal County Council Writer in Residence, County Hall, Main Street, Swords. Tel.: 011-353-890-5000. Residency of 9 months at the Blanchardstown Library; writers expected to engage creatively with adults in the local community through reading, writing, and discussion. Stipend paid. Housing arranged separately by writer.

Finnish Artists' Studio Foundation


Finnish Artists' Studio Foundation, Lemuntie 4 D, 00510 Helsinki, Finland. Tel: 011-358-9-726-804-70. Residencies for artists in the areas of architecture, arts and crafts, circus arts, dance, literature, media arts, multidisciplinary arts, music, theatre, and visual arts.

First Book Prize in Photography


Duke Center for Documentary Studies and The Honickman Foundation announce a call to photographers for the 'First Book Prize in Photography'. The only prize of its kind, the CDS / Honickman First Book Prize competition is open to American photographers of any age who have never published a book-length work and who use their cameras for creative exploration, whether it be of places, people, or communities; of the natural or social world; of beauty at large or the lack of it; of objective or subjective realities. The prize will honor work that is visually compelling, that bears witness, and that has integrity of purpose. Awards: $3,000, inclusion in an exhibition, and the publication of a book of photography. Deadline: September 5,.

First Night Spokane - Artists, Performers and Acts


Applications are now available online at www.firstnightspokane.org and may be submitted through June 30, . All artists selected will be compensated for their participation and are encouraged to interpret and incorporate the theme 'Somewhere in Time' into their presentations. Selection criteria include artistic merit, creativity, feasibility, professionalism, type of venue and fees. Contact Information: Contact Email: info@firstnightspokane.org Contact Phone: (509) 252-5027 Response Deadline: 6/30

First Step grants


First Step grants are intended to support newer and/or smaller arts education partnerships. Like the Community Consortia, successful First Step partnerships have goals related to long-term impacts rather than short-term projects. But these partnerships are likely to be in earlier stages of development, with a narrower focus and/or a smaller group of participants.

Fish Follies


Postmark Deadline April 25, 2008 Exhibition Dates June 11-September 1, Cordovoa Historical Museum Open to artists 18 and older with the theme of anything fishy, oceans, water, fishing or seafood related. For information: PO Box 391 Cordova, AK 99574, 907.424.6665, infoservices@cityofcordova.net

Fitzpatrick Foundation Grants


The foundation supports elementary and secondary school programs for students and educators, with a particular emphasis on serving economically disadvantaged youth in northern California. Areas of support include in-school and after-school programs that enhance academic achievement, provide arts education, provide recreation and athletic activities, and develop technology skills. The foundation also supports professional development programs for educators with an emphasis on providing and applying technology skills in the class. Applications must be received at least eight weeks prior to the Board of Director's quarterly meeting to be considered during that funding cycle. See web site for meeting dates.

Five Wings Art Council


The Five Wings Art Council is one of eleven designated Regional Arts Councils in Minnesota who provide grants and services to nonprofit arts organizations and individual artists on a regional basis. Five Wings provides services to Cass, Crow Wing, Morrison, Todd, and Wadena Counties. The Individual Artist Grants ($100-$500) are designed to help strengthen an artist's career by taking advantage of arts related, short term opportunities.

FLASH JOB CAMPAIGN - Call for Applicants (New Life Berlin Festival)


Project seeking to encourage and facilitate artists and other applicants to act as catalysts in the project by developing and publishing their own social interventions Deadline: Applications now being taken for festival in June

Fleishhacker Foundation


Grants in arts, cultural education, precollegiate education (individuals, painters). Open to California Bay Area/San Francisco schools, organizations, and individuals. P.O. Box 29918, San Francisco, CA 94129-0918, Tel: 415-561-5350. info@fleishhackerfoundation.org

The Foundation has two grantmaking programs: Arts & Culture and Precollegiate (K-12) Education.

Fleurieu Art Prize


Fleurieu Art Prize. Winning prize: $50,000

Fleurieu Peninsula Biennale


Australia's richest prize for landscape painting and a major festival of visual arts held every two years. Visit the website for background information, details of prizes offered, past winners and entry form.

Florida Artist Link


Florida Artist Link is an E-newsletter for Florida's individual artists. To subscribe, send an email to Morgan Lewis at mblewis@dos.state.fl.us with 'ARTISTLINK' in the subject line.

Florida Division of Cultural Affairs


Division of Cultural Affairs for the state of Florida awards grants to individual artists.


Individual Artist Fellowships and grants for the arts in education. Open to Florida residents. Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, Bureau of Grant Services, 1001 DeSoto Park Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32301-4555. Phone: 850-487-2980 ext. 117.

Florida Division of Cultural Affairs - Grants for Florida Arts


The Arts in Education (AIE) program supports activities that promote the arts as an integral part of education and lifelong learning. Organizations can receive funding in three categories: Artist Residencies, Arts Education Partnerships and School-Based Arts Education.

Florida Division of Cultural Affairs Artist Enhancement Grant


The Artist Enhancement Grant Program is designed to assist practicing, professional, and emerging artists residing in Florida. The program provides support for artists to take advantage of specific, professional development, skill-building opportunities to advance their work and careers.

The Arts in Education (AIE) program supports activities that promote the arts as an integral part of education and lifelong learning. Organizations can receive funding in three categories: Artist Residencies, Arts Education Partnerships and School-Based Arts Education. The AIE program works to cultivate the learning and artistic development of students and teachers in PreK-12 schools. It supports activities that promote the arts as an integral part of education and lifelong learning for all the people in the State of Florida. It supports initiatives that help artists, educators, institutions of learning, community, social and cultural organizations carry out individual or cooperative programs and work as partners in comprehensive community programs and school reform through the arts.

Florida Division of Cultural Affairs Individual Artist Fellowships


The Individual Artist Fellowship Program is designed to recognize practicing, professional, and creative artists residing in Florida through monetary fellowship awards. The program provides support for artists of exceptional talent and demonstrated ability to improve their artistic skills and enhance their careers. For purposes of eligibility to apply to the program, a professional creative artist is defined as a person who creates, on an ongoing basis, original works of art within an artistic discipline, and is pursuing it as a means of livelihood or for the highest level of professional recognition. Applicants are eligible to submit only one application and only one artist may apply to the Fellowship Program even if there is collaboration between one or more artists.

Florida Division of Cultural Affairs Local Arts Agency Program


The purpose of the Local Arts Agency Program is to assist in the development of local arts agencies, and to strengthen and stabilize their statewide network to further local and statewide cultural goals and objectives.

Florida Division of Cultural Affairs Organizations Grants--Visual Arts


The visual arts program is designed to foster professional development among Florida visual arts institutions and service organizations and to promote public appreciation for the state's visual arts resources. Projects may include publications, exhibits, lectures, artist workshops, and technical assistance programs for visual artists. Programs employing or involving outstanding Florida artists will be given priority consideration, as will programs originating in Florida and designed to travel to qualified institutions either in-state or out-of-state. Publication of exhibition catalogs or other program documentation designed to contribute to scholarship is encouraged. An applicant organization is expected to originate a significant portion of the programs for which general support is requested. A guidelines booklet with application forms must be obtained from the Bureau of Grant Services prior to submitting a formal application. General program support is for up to 10 percent of the last completed fiscal year's revenue, not to exceed $50,000; specific project grants to arts organizations is for up to 20 percent of the last completed fiscal year's revenue, not to exceed $25,000; and specific project grants to nonarts organizations is for up to 10 percent of the last completed fiscal year's revenue, not to exceed $25,000. Annual deadline dates may vary; contact program staff for exact dates.

Florida Division of Cultural Affairs State Touring Program


The State Touring Program's purpose is to provide performances, activities, and exhibits, all by Florida artists, to as many Florida communities as possible. This is accomplished through two steps: The selection of a roster of artists who have been through a peer review process and; the provision of funding to presenters to assist in subsidizing the fees of the roster artists. Presenters may receive one-third of the artists' total fee for their venue or, if the presenter is located in an underpopulated county (population of 75,000 or less), two-thirds of the fee.

Florida Humanities Council Grants


The council awards grants to Florida community and education organizations and their humanities-based programs, including the following disciplines: archaeology, art criticism/art history, comparative religions, cultural anthropology, ethics, folklore/folklife, history, jurisprudence, languages, linguistics, literature, and philosophy. Major grants support public programs on any humanities topic. Mini-grants support efforts resulting in a public humanities program, such as a workshop or a mini-exhibit. For major grants, preliminary drafts of the application should be submitted four weeks before the formal application deadlines listed. Mini-grant requests are reviewed four times each year.



FOCUS FILM FESTIVAL OPEN CALL FOR ENTRIES Short films, 30 minutes or under, will be accepted for competition in the 2008 FOCUS Film Festival's 'First Annual Filmmakers Competition: FOCUS on Living with a Disability.' We are accepting submissions in the following categories: drama, comedy, documentary, animation, or experimental. Submission Deadline: 07/15/

Folger Postdoctoral Short-Term Research Fellowships


Applications are welcome in all areas covered by the Folger collection for work on projects that draw significantly from the Folger holdings from the 16th through 18th centuries: English, American, and European literature and drama; English, American, and Continental history; political, economic, and legal history; and history of philosophy, art, music, religion, science and medicine, and exploration. Short-term postdoctoral fellowships are offered for independent research for a term of one to three months during the period of July to June of the next year. Application consists of a completed Folger's application form, four copies of the applicant's curriculum vita, four copies of a 1000-word description of the research project, and three letters of recommendation submitted directly to the fellowship committee.

Folk & Traditional Arts Major Grant & Mini Grant


Folk & Traditional arts are practices that have a community base and express that community's aesthetics and heritage. They encompass the everyday knowledge, art, and lore that are passed from one member of the community to another through imitation, observation, or word-of-mouth. Skills and traditions are often learned informally rather than through academic or formal means. Most traditional arts have endured through several generations. Typical communities include ethnic, tribal, occupational, regional, or religious groups. For a more complete definition of Folk & Traditional Arts, please go to: http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/programs/folk-and-traditional-arts/purpose-and-services.shtml. Who are folk and traditional artists? Folk and traditional artists are individuals from a particular cultural, ethnic, occupational, regional, religious or other self-identified group who produce, pass on, and preserve living folk and traditional art forms that reflect the identity of that group, e.g. Meskwaki dancers, Lao weavers, Mennonite quilters, or Irish bagpipers. What is folk-inspired art? Folk-inspired art is produced by individuals and groups who are not part of the culture group that originally produced the art form at issue, regardless of the quality of the art. Folk-inspired art projects are not eligible in the Folk & Traditional Arts Major and Mini Grants category. Folk-inspired art and artists, including revivalist projects, artists presenting or performing work from a culture/community other than their own, etc., should select a different grant category. If you are unsure of the appropriate category, contact the IAC’s Folklife Coordinator (contact information at top of this page). Eligible types of requests Projects may include but are not limited to: o Folk & Traditional Arts apprenticeships, which assist in preserving Iowa’s living traditional arts by providing grants to Master Artists to teach qualified Iowa apprentices (must be planned using the structure of the IAC Folk & Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Model ).(Note: Folk and traditional artists interested in applying for apprenticeship funding are strongly urged to contact the folklife coordinator before applying.); o Documention of a particular living musical style, craft tradition, or other folk art in Iowa (Hint: Documentation projects should focus on a recognized living folk & traditional art and have a public component such as a performance, exhibit, archival collection, or publication.); o Production costs for a quality produced audio CD or video recording; o Fees and related costs for presenting a traditional artist in a school or community; or o The presentation of a folklife festival, multicultural day, or diversity day that focuses on living folk and traditional art forms. Grant Amount You may request up to $10,000 for a Major Grant or up to $1,500 for a Mini Grant, but no more than 50 percent of the total expenses of the project. Apprenticeship applications may use both the Master Artist’s and the Apprentice’s time as inkind match in lieu of cash.

Folk & Traditional Arts Mini-Grant Program


Folk & Traditional Arts Mini-Grant Program

Folk and Ethnic Arts Grants - Folk and Ethnic Arts Grants


TEACHING GRANTS are available on an annual basis to support the teaching of traditional folk and ethnic arts in both one-on-one and group settings. Apprenticeships support instruction between a master artist and a mid-level artist. Master Classes and Workshops are for group instruction by a master artist. Both apprenticeships and workshops assist artists and communities in passing along skills and traditions to the next generation.

Folk and Ethnic Arts Grants - PROJECT GRANTS


PROJECT GRANTS are designed to assist individual artists and cultural communities in developing, perpetuating, or presenting their own traditional art forms. They are available year-round, and are processed quickly to help communities and artists take advantage of timely opportunities. Project grants target local grass roots organizations, both urban and rural, throughout the state. They were created to assist cultural groups in planning new projects and obtaining the seed money needed to leverage greater community support.

Folk and Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Grant – Application


Folk and Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Grant – Application

Folk and Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program


The Folk and Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program encourages the passing on of folk arts by offering awards to individual master artists for the purpose of teaching their art and skills to a dedicated apprentice who wants to learn.

Folk Art Apprenticeship



The Folk Arts Apprenticeship Program helps to assure the survival of community-based traditional art forms found throughout the state. The Commission provides up to $2,000 to master traditional artists to work one-on-one with an apprentice on a one-on-one basis to teach specific aspects of their tradition. The master artist and apprentice apply to the program together.

Folk Art Apprenticeship guidelines & forms


Folk Art Apprenticeship guidelines & forms

Folk Arts


Folk and traditional arts express a commu­nity or group's way of life and shared cultural heritage. Community groups include family, tribal, ethnic, regional, occupational or religious. Traditional artistic skills (music, craft, dance or other) are passed on through observation and imitation, rather than by formal training. Project grants - maximum request is $1,000. Festival grants - maximum request is $2,000. Contact the program specialist before making application. Submit applications at least six weeks before the project or festival date. Contact: Annie Hatch, Email: ahatch@state.wy.us, (307) 777-7721

Folk Arts


The Folk Arts Program is devoted to perpetuating New York State's living cultural heritage of folk arts. Its primary purpose is to support traditions practiced within communities. It also supports programming that enables general audiences to experience traditional arts from New York State as well as cultures elsewhere in the world. By definition, folk arts are traditional cultural expressions through which a group maintains and passes on its shared way of life. They express a group's sense of beauty, identity, and values. Folk arts are usually learned informally through performance, by example, or in oral traditions among families, friends, neighbors and co-workers rather than through formal education. Never static, folk arts change as they are adapted to new circumstances while they maintain their traditional qualities. Traditional folk arts are practiced within and among ethnic, regional, occupational, and religious groups as well as other kinds of communities with a common identity. They include performing traditions in music, dance, and drama; traditional storytelling and other verbal arts; festivals; traditional crafts, visual arts, architecture, the adornment and transformation of the built environment, and other kinds of material folk culture. The Program emphasizes the protection of the rights of folk artists and the assurance of adequate compensation. The Program supports projects that are developed in close consultation and collaboration with the communities and artists whose traditions are to be presented. Support is not available for programming involving artists who appropriate, interpret, or revive the traditions of other communities. The Program emphasizes support for presentations grounded in the traditional modes of practicing folk art, and not programming involving choreography, theatricalization, or stylization that significantly alters traditions. Audience development should be directed within as well as outside of the communities represented in an activity. Projects are expected to include interpretive components, such as program booklets or other publications, websites, lecture/demonstrations, spoken introductions to performances, and interpretive signage to aid appreciation and understanding of a tradition's meaning and contexts. Applicants are encouraged to use folklorists, ethnomusicologists, or other specialists for documentation, program development, interpretation of presentations, and program production. The Program encourages collaborative initiatives carried out on a regional or statewide basis among folk arts programs, and welcomes new applicants.

Folk Arts


Folk Arts Created in 1991, the Washington State Arts Commission’s Folk Arts program helps to preserve, present, and protect the traditional arts of Washington’s many diverse cultures. It aims to document, identify, honor and perpetuate these traditions by encouraging public awareness and appreciation of folk arts.

Folk Arts Apprenticeship Grants - Utah


An apprenticeship is a learning situation in which a master artist teaches skills to a student. The teacher must be recognized within his or her community as one of the very best artists in the field. The apprentice is someone who has already begun learning the art form (or a related one) and wants to further develop his or her skills.

Folk Arts Apprenticeships


Folk Arts Apprenticeships: Grants to individuals to encourage cultural communities to continue passing on their valued art forms in traditional settings by providing stipends to master folk artists and craftspersons that can help apprentices develop greater skills. Since 1995 these modest grants have supported more than 100 apprenticeships in dozens of different cultural communities and scores of different art forms, reflecting the rich array of traditional arts in our state. Applications are available in the winter with a deadline for submission in the spring and awards announced in July.

Folk Arts Program


Folk Arts Program provides financial support for projects that perpetuate and present the folk arts of the state. Folk arts are defined as the living, functional and expressive arts of everyday people passed down informally by word of mouth or imitation within close-knit groups.

Folk Arts Project Grant – Application


Folk Arts Project Grant – Application

Folk Arts Project Grants


Folk Arts Project Grants are designed to strengthen the cultural variety of folk and traditional arts. The Folk Arts Project Grants support research, interpretation, and presentation of local and regional folk arts.

Folk, Traditional, and Ethnic Arts Grants


The Folk Arts Program offers project grants are available to qualified artists and arts organizations. Ethnic dancers, musicians, singers, crafts workers or ethnic community organizers who need assistance in planning and funding ethnic arts projects and activities can apply for matching funds through this grant category.

Teaching grants are available for artists who create or teach folk, tradional, and ethnic arts. Funding opportunities are available for individual projects, community programs, and educational opportunities. Project grants are available to qualified artists and arts organizations. Ethnic dancers, musicians, singers, crafts workers or ethnic community organizers who need assistance in planning and funding ethnic arts projects and activities can apply for matching funds through this grant category.

Folklife and Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Initiative


Folklife and Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Initiative Deadline: March 15

Folklife and Traditional Arts Grants


Folklife and Traditional Arts Grants Deadline: March 15



Postmark Deadline March 3, 2008 Eligible applicants: the master artist and apprentice must apply together. Both should be from the same cultural group and working within the traditions of that group. The master artist must be a Nevada resident and 21 years of age. At least one apprentice (if there is more than one) must be a Nevada resident; if there is a single apprentice, he, or she must be a Nevada resident. Folklife Apprenticeship Program funds master traditional artists to pass on their skills and knowledge to talented apprentices from the same cultural group. Twelve apprenticeship grants for up to $2,500 are awarded per year. Projects generally start in July and end the following June.

Folklife Grants


For artists and organizations for projects that document and promote public appreciation of the state's folk and traditional arts.



Ongoing Deadline: applications must be submitted 6-8 weeks prior to the start of the project. Funds are limited and projects will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Eligible applicants: organizations and projects must have a demonstrated record of at least one year of traditional arts or folklife activities. Ongoing grants available through the Folklife Program. the Folklife Opportunity Grant support projects associated with the presentation of traditional arts at festivals, museums, schools, local organizations and community centers. Up to three grants are awarded at $1,500 throughout the year. continue

Fondation des Etats-Unis in Paris - Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship


A private grant awarded annually to four graduate and post-graduate American students in the visual fine arts (painting, graphic design, print-making, sculpture, photography) and music (composition, instrumental or vocal performance). The scholarship is not intended for research in art history, or musicology, nor for dance or theatre. Successful candidates propose a unique and detailed project related to their study which requires a one-year residency in Paris. As this project should include enrolment in a recognized French art school or music conservatory, it is strongly suggested that the candidate establish a significant contact with a teacher or institution prior to arriving in France and to show evidence of this contact in his/her application dossier. Each of the Harriet Hale Woolley scholarships carries a stipend of 8,500 euros paid in five instalments throughout the academic year (October 1st

Fondation Marc de Montalembert


Grants a scholarship every year, and provides support to cultural projects for young people from the Mediterranean region.

Fondation Royaumont


Fondation Royaumont, 95 Asnieres-Sur-Oise, France. Grants cover room and board; writers only.

Fonds Roberto Cimetta


The Roberto Cimetta Fund (Fonds Roberto Cimetta) is a memorial fund in honour of the theatre director, Roberto Cimetta. The fund supports dialogue and communication between professionals across the visual and performing arts in the Mediterranean region, which it terms the 'frontier region between the Arab, European and Turkish worlds'. The site includes details of how to apply for funding, and information on previously successful projects.

Footpaths to Creativity


Footpaths to Creativity, 8 Rideout Lane, Stoughton, MA 02072. (617) 549-2452. Residency on Flores Island in the Azores Archipelago off the coast of Portugal, from 1 week to 1 year. Fees charged on sliding scale based on ability to pay. (Visual, literary, performing arts)

Footpaths to Creativity, 8 Rideout Lane, Stoughton, MA 02072. (617) 549-2452. Residency on Flores Island in the Azores Archipelago, from 1 week to 1 year. Private bedroom; shared kitchen and bath. Fees per night charged on sliding scale based on ability to pay. Open to visual artists, writers, composers, musicians, visionaries, scientists, and naturalists.


Footpaths to Creativity, 8 Rideout Lane, Stoughton, MA 02072. (617) 549-2452. Residency on Flores Island in the Azores Archipelago, from 1 week to 1 year. Fees charged on sliding scale based on ability to pay; suggested contribution of $20/night.

Footpaths to Creativity Residency for Artist & Writers


Footpaths to Creativity Residency for Artist & Writers is now accepting applications for upcoming 2008 & 2009 residencies. Our retreat house is located in the tranquility of the Azores Islands away from the rat race. We look for artists from all stages of their craft, who demonstrate seriousness of purpose. We offer financial assistance to those demonstrating need. Our application fee is 20$US - and we operate on a rolling application basis giving priority to longer residencies over shorter ones. Out telephone number is 617-549-2452. Contact Adrianna Jonet. Please visit our web site for all the detailed information:



FOR ARTISTS WHO WANT TO BECOME TEACHERS The School of Visual Arts offers a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) in Art Education. This 36 credit, three-semester program, leads to a New York State Initial Certification in Art. The MAT curriculum centers on a community-oriented approach to art education. The faculty of artists offer expertise in a range of areas, including arts-integrated curricula, technology and museum education. For further information, please request a Graduate Programs catalog from the Office of Admissions, 212-592-2107, OR gradadmissions@sva.edu

FOR YOUTH "All Kids Can Create" Call for Art


FOR YOUTH 'All Kids Can Create' Call for Art: The VSA Arts organization and CVS Caremark announce the 'All Kids Can Create' art competition and show in Washington DC.. The event is open to all children aged 5-15 from all 50 states and the District of Columbia. No entry fee. Application deadline is March 14, 2008. Visit the website at www.vsarts.org .to learn more. For more information or assistance with this application, please call Jennifer Wexler, visual arts manager, at 202/628-2800 x3885, or email JCWexler@vsarts.org with questions.

Ford Foundation


For more than forty years, the Ford Foundation has supported nonprofit arts institutions in America by helping to create and sustain strong, independent arts organizations and fostering international creative partnerships. The foundation's New Directions/New Donors for the Arts program is a $42.5 million initiative that seeks to strengthen the financial base of twenty-eight arts institutions in a range of disciplines by stimulating fundraising campaigns to attract individual donor support.

Ford Motor Company Fund Grants Program


The fund supports not-for-profit organizations in three major areas: innovation and education; community development and American legacy, and auto-related safety education. The fund seeks to build partnerships with organizations that have a well-defined sense of purpose, a demonstrated commitment to maximizing available resources, and a reputation for meeting objectives and delivering quality programs and services. Priority is placed on the support and development of organizations that promote diversity and inclusion. Requests for support are accepted and reviewed throughout the year. The fund now implements an online application system. Details are available online.

Foreigners' Fellowships Programme - Category A II Research Grants


The Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation funds an annual programme of research grants and educational scholarships starting around October each year, which is addressed to foreign full members of national academies, university professors of all levels, researchers including Ph.D. holders, artists, translators of Greek literature, elementary and secondary school teachers of the Greek language as a foreign language, postgraduate students, and Ph.D. candidates. Research grants are offered in architecture, visual arts, music, dance, photography and film studies. The grantees of category AII will be invited, on a case by case basis, to deliver a lecture or to conduct a seminar during their stay in Greece, either at the Onassis Cultural Centre of Athens or at a university or another scholarly or research or cultural centre.

Fort Collins, CO - 2D Photographic Competition


The Center for Fine Art Photography invites photographers working in all mediums, styles and schools of thought to participate in its exhibitions and activities. Open worldwide to amateur and professionals, working with traditional or digital photography, or combinations of both. Theme and Subject are open. Jurors: Tim Anderson, Publisher/Managing Editor, CameraArts magazine and Larry Padgett, Executive Director, The Center for Fine Art Photography. All selected work will be published in the November/December issue of CameraArts magazine. Grand Prize recipient will be given an eight-page portfolio, plus the front cover of the 2007 November/December CameraArts issue. Category Awards: A four-page portfolio displays will be awarded for each of four categories: Abstract/Conceptual, Documentary, Portrait/Figure, Other. Approximately 10 pages will be dedicated to the works of others selected in each of the four categories. One Artists' ShowCase Online subscription - the Center's online image marketing website: a one year subscription awarded in each of the four categories (preview at http://www.artists-showcase.org). All exhibitors will be included in The Center for Fine Art Photography's Online gallery (http://www.c4fap.org) and in a special section of the CameraArts website (http://www.cameraarts.com).

Fort Worden 4th Annual Wildlife and Nature Art Expo


Artists interested in participating in the show can submit the attached application before September 1st 2008 or until the space is filled. In 2008, we will highlight the fisher and have this be our second featured species for this event. National Park Service will be reintroduced the fisher to the Olympic Peninsula in the Olympic National Park beginning this year. We will use the venue as the opportunity to educate people through art about our environment and the wildlife who thrive in it. Hopefully throught increasing awareness via the show, the reintroduction plan will be more successfull. Contact Information: Kate Burke Contact Email: Kate.Burke@Parks.wa.gov Contact Phone: 360-344-4401 Response Deadline: 9/1/2008

Fort Worden Wildlife and Nature Art Expo


Sponsor: Friends of Fort Worden Venue: Fort Worden State Park Conference Center Eligibility: Artist is required to be an established painter, carver, sculptor or photographer. Artist must submit application, 8-10 images (either on a CD, photographs or via email to Kate.Burke@parks.wa.gov), and $100 for the booth fee. Submittal of the application does not guarantee space in the exposition. Fees: $100 booth fee Commission: 15% originals, 25% reproductions Send SASE to: Fort Worden Wild Art Expo, 200 Battery Way, Port Townsend WA 98368 E-mail: Kate Burke Phone: 360.344.4401



Fotonet is an organisation dedicated to developing and promoting photography in the south of England. The Fotonet website provides information on professional development events, conferences, festivals, local, national and international exhibitions, jobs, grants, courses and links to relevant resources. Fotonet also displays online photography exhibitions on the website. The organisation encourages local photographers to contact Fotonet for advice and provides oportunities for individuals to attend talks and Portfolio Days, and to exhibit. Fotonet is funded by the Arts Council England, South East.

Foundation and Center for Contemporari Arts Prague


Foundation and Center for Contemporari Arts Prague, Jeleni 9, 118 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic. Tel: 011-420-2-2437-3178. 3 locations; one specifically for sculptors.

Foundation Center - Reference Guide for Artists


If you are an artist and are looking for information on grants, this user aid will help you in your search. We have selected a few of the most important print and electronic resources for you to begin your search.

Foundation Center San Francisco


'The Center maintains the most comprehensive database on U.S. grantmakers and their grants,' operating a library in San Francisco with free classes for individuals in the arts, and lots of online and hardcopy resources.

Foundation for Art Resources (FAR)


Foundation for Art Resources (FAR) - alternative arts organization since 1977, FAR sponsors art lectures, events, exhibits, proposals and publications not traditionally supported by mainstream art venues.

Foundation for Community Dance : making dance matter


The Foundation for Community Dance is 'the national development agency for community dance in the UK'. The work of the Foundation covers the following four areas: information and support; professional development; advocacy; and online services available through this website. The site provides a series of searchable databases; these include: a searchable news database, dating back to August 2002; an events and opportunities database which can be searched by date, event type, location or subject and covers performances, grants, residencies, workshops and much more; a resources and research database, providing information about online resources and printed materials; the papers and projects database, searchable by subject, author, type (for example, project, research study, academic paper, article or residency); an online directory listing community dance professionals in the UK; and a database of links to dance organisations. In addition, visitors to the site can sign up for a jobs email bulletin or the bi-monthly email newsletter.

Foundation for Sports and the Arts


The FSA looks to support a wide range of activities where there is clear beneficial impact across the community. Their particular goal at this time is to encourage active participation by young people. Apart from professional football and horse racing, most socially inclusive sport is considered. Support for the arts covers the widest spectrum of activity. PO Box 20, Liverpool L13 1HB. Tel: 0151 259 5505 Email: info@thefsa.net

Foundation for Sports and the Arts


The FSA looks to support a wide range of activities where there is clear beneficial impact across the community. Their particular goal at this time is to encourage active participation by young people. Apart from professional football and horse racing, most socially inclusive sport is considered. Support for the arts covers the widest spectrum of activity. Note: the Trustees have decided to cease the activities of the Foundation at the end of March 2012. To assist a smooth closure program, no new applications for funding will be considered after the end of March 2009. PO Box 20, Liverpool L13 1HB. Tel: 0151 259 5505 Email: info@thefsa.net Website: www.thefsa.net

Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies Grants


The foundation awards grants to support scholarly contributions to the understanding of ancient Mesoamerican cultures (Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador). The foundation supports projects in the disciplines of archaeology, art history, epigraphy, linguistics, ethnohistory, ethnography, and sociology. Interdisciplinary projects are encouraged, especially those that combine disciplines in novel and potentially productive ways. The program provides research grants and contingency grants. Contingency grants provide emergency funds for unforeseen situations encountered during initial research, secondary analysis, and/or the final dissemination of findings. Application guidelines are available online.

Foundations, Grants, Trusts, and Scholarships: A Comprehensive Resource for Sculptors


A collection of links and descriptions of organizations which fund sculptor's training, special commissions and projects, improved communications between 3D artists, and conservation.

Founders Grants


(For organization or individuals participating in projects of national signfigance) Founders Grants have, in more than forty years, supported diverse projects of national significance, including, but not limited to: national and international theatre festivals; research in theatre education and theatre practice; publications; U.S.A. representation abroad in theatre festivals and symposiums; scholarships, playwriting and other work of theatre artists and scholars. REQUIRES a one-to-one cash match (Salaries can be counted but not in-kind services).

Fourth Annual Alternative Processes Juried Competition


PHOTOGRAPHERS - Soho Photo Gallery invites entries to its Fourth Annual Alternative Processes Juried Competition, November 6-29, open to US residents at least 18 years of age. Alternative processes include: Cyanotype, Van Dyke, Platinum/palladium, Polaroid transfer, and other alternative forms. Deadline for submission: August 1; $40 for 5 submissions. Prospectus, including guidelines and entry form, on Gallery's website: www.sohophoto.com, OR by sending SASE to: Soho Photo Gallery, 15 White St, New York NY 10013

Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowships


The William & Eva Fox Foundation and Theatre Communications Group announce this two-year pilot program to support both emerging and established actors.

Frameline, Inc


'The Frameline Film & Video Completion Fund provides [$5,000 to $10,000] grants to emerging and established lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender filmmakers.'



Frameworks is an established scheme for the making of animated short films.

Francis Families Foundation Grants


In carrying out its mission, the foundation awards grants to educational and art and cultural institutions in the greater Kansas City metropolitan area. Areas of interest under education include child and youth development and higher education. Under arts and culture, priority consideration is given to programs that benefit major arts institutions, provide stability, enhance programming, or assist the artistic or fiscal growth of such organizations; and educational arts programming that has children as its focus. Support may be ongoing or a one-time contribution and may include capital campaigns, pledges, general operations, fellowships, or special projects. Interested persons should call or write to determine whether their organization/project falls within foundation guidelines. Eligibility varies between programs; contact program staff for eligibility.

Francis L. Abreu Foundation - Georgia


The Francis L. Abreu Charitable Trust funds organizations in the Atlanta area only. The Foundation's areas of interest include arts and cultural programs; secondary education; higher education; health associations; human services; children and youth services. Types of support include capital campaigns; program development; seed money; and matching funds. The Foundation does not approve requests for operating or grants to individuals.

Franconia Sculpture Park


Franconia Sculpture Park, 29815 Unity Ave., Shafer, MN 55074 (651) 465-3701. 16 acres in the St. Croix River Valley, 45 miles NE of Minneapolis. Open to established and emerging sculptors. 20 artists per year invited to create site-specific outdoor work. Residency and stipend.

Frank Stanley Beveridge Foundation


The Frank Stanley Beveridge Foundation, Inc. welcomes the opportunity to consider grant proposals from the following Institutional/Program Activity Areas: Animal Related, Arts, Culture, and Humanities, Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy, Education, Employment/Jobs, Environmental Quality, Protection & Beautification, Food, Nutrition, Agriculture, Health - General & Rehabilitative Services, Health - Multipurpose Associations/Services Associated with Specific Diseases/Disorders/Medical Disciplines, Housing/Shelter, Human Services, Medical Research, Mental Health, Crisis Intervention, Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and Grantmaking Foundations Public Protection: Crime & Delinquency Prevention, Legal Administration, Legal Services, Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness & Relief, Public/Society Benefit, Recreation, Leisure, Sports, Athletics, Religion, Science and Technology, Research Institutes/Services, Social Science Research Institutes/Services, Youth Development.

Franklin Furnace Fund


Franklin Furnace Fund awards grants between $2,000 and $5,000 to performance artists, allowing them to produce major works anywhere in the State of New York. Artists from all areas of the world are invited to apply.

FRED Art Invasion Across Cumbria - Call for Submisions


Artists working in any medium are invited to submit proposals of installation or intervention projects for FRED, the annual art invasion of Cumbria. Deadline: Fri 4 Apr 5pm

FRED Art Invasion Across Cumbria - Call for Submisions


Pictures-state. Mikhail Spiridonov

Fred-The Cumbrian Art Invasion


Call for submissions - FRED FRED, the annual art invasion, is preparing for another assault on Cumbria. Last year, over 50 artists invaded 60 places across the county and beyond and in excess of 56,000 people witnessed the work in a 16-day period. The media coverage for FRED 2007 was the highest yet obtaining more 1500 column inches of editorial in regional, national and international publications The Guardian’ placed FRED as the number one cultural event of the Autumn. …And it’s happening again. The fifth and final FRED will take place between the 26th September and 12th October 2008. Contemporary artists working in any medium are invited to submit proposals or details of installation or intervention projects to be located anywhere in Cumbria. To qualify for inclusion in the FRED event artists must demonstrate originality and innovation in the delivery of their project. There will be a small number of bursaries towards material costs and expenses, and help will be on hand to source funds to realise more ambitious projects. There will also be training and networking opportunities for short listed artists to help them deliver exciting projects in the future and capitalise on the exposure FRED offers them. Application forms are available on the FRED website – www.fredsblog.com The deadline for submissions is 5pm on the 4th of April. If you are not an artist, you can still get involved in this exciting countywide event. Volunteering opportunities are available in all aspects of running the event and associated programmes. From working with experienced artists to install their work, to distributing information in your village. We welcome any amount of volunteer time, large or small. Training will be provided where necessary. Full details are on the website. For further details please see FAQs and previous years’ events at: www.fredsblog.com or contact Steve on 017683 71561 For all other enquiries, please email FRED@fredsblog.com FRED is a project run by Fold - an artist-led organisation that aims to provide and promote access to quality contemporary art in the rural environment.

Free exhibition space


Art@10GS would like to support artists of all disciplines: painting, photography, sculpture, glass, ceramics, textiles, mixed media, and performance artists are all welcome to exhibit. Transportation, installation and hanging costs are provided free of charge to the artists, and there is also the chance to hold an opening night event. Artists will receive 100% of the profit from any sales of artwork, as no commission will be taken. There will be 3 exhibitions per year, each displayed for a period of 3.5 months. The first show of 2008 will begin on Monday 7th January, with following shows beginning in May and August 2008.

Free Monthly Art Contests


Compete with other artists and photographers in our free monthly art contests for cash and other great prizes. A Singular Creation provides a free online venue to showcase your art and photography. Your images will be juried by our panel, as well as rated by our visitors. Winners will be selected accordingly. We will start the cash pot at a different amount, depending on the theme. In addittion to cash prizes, we will award various prizes donated by our sponsors. Also, all winners will be featured in our e-newsletters sent to over 5,500 subscribers and all over our web site.

Free Monthly Art Contests - Current Theme - Artistic Nude


Compete with other artists and photographers in our free monthly art contests for cash and other great prizes. A Singular Creation provides a free online venue to showcase your art and photography. Your images will be juried by our panel, as well as rated by our visitors. Winners will be selected accordingly. We will start the cash pot at a different amount, depending on the theme. In addittion to cash prizes, we will award various prizes donated by our sponsors. Also, all winners will be featured in our e-newsletters sent to over 5,500 subscribers and all over our web site. Current theme is Artistic Nude. Contest is open to all media portraying the nude figure and form.

Online Event - Contests, Juried Art Shows, Acrylic, Ceramics, Crafts, Digital Media, Glass, Mosiac, Illustration, Mixed media, Sculpture, Watercolor, Oil, Pastel, Photography, Poetry, Video/Film Online Gallery Free Monthly Art Contests for Cash Prizes. Compete with other artists and photographers in our free monthly art contests for cash and other great prizes. A Singular Creation provides a free online venue to showcase your art and photography. Your images will be juried by our panel, as well as rated by our visitors. Winners will be selected accordingly. We will start the cash pot at a different amount, depending on the theme. In addition to cash prizes, we will award various prizes donated by our sponsors. Also, all winners will be featured on our website and in our e-newsletters sent to over 5,000 subscribers. Official Showdown web page: http://www.asingularcreation.com/showdown.htm Online Event

Fremont Fine Arts Foundry


Fremont Fine Arts Foundry, 154 N. 35th St., Seattle, WA 98103 (206) 632-4880. 8 studio residencies for sculptors

French artist interested in exhibiting in Europe, Japan, or United States


French artist (sculptures, paintings, writing,…) interested in exhibiting in Europe, Japan, or United States

Frese Senior Research Fellowship


The fellowship is awarded for study in the history, theory, and criticism of sculpture, prints and drawings, and the decorative arts of any geographical area and of any period. Applications are also solicited from scholars in other disciplines whose work examines visual material in these media. The fellowship is for full-time research. Fellows are expected to reside in Washington, DC, throughout the academic year and participate in the activities of the center. Lectures, colloquia, and informal discussions complement the fellowship program. The award is limited to one-half of the applicant's salary. Senior Fellows who relocate to Washington are eligible for a housing allowance (up to $12,000).



Call for entries. No entry fee. Deadline January 1. The Embroiderer's Guild of America is seeking entries for their annual student fiber art showcase. Students 18 and under are invited to submit up to three pieces executed with a threaded needle during the 2007 calendar year. Work will be on display at the EGA's Embroidery Museum and Resource Center in Louisville, KY, March 1-May 30.

Fresh Surface Call for Artist Submissions


Visual Arts. Deadline: 03-01-2009

FreshBrain Avatar Contest


FreshBrain Avatar Contest is looking for the coolest avatars anywhere. Avatars that they can use on their website. Avatars that fit with the concept of FreshBrain, the different technology areas, the age of our users and ideally in some way integrate our logo! If you are pretty good at graphic design and think you can create one of the ten best - show your stuff and enter. The top TEN winners will receive Skullcandy headphones. Rules: Create an avatar that is based on or integrates in some way the FreshBrain logo Submit your entry in one of the standard graphic file formats (gif, jpeg, jpg, png) Enter before midnight on April 27, 2008 You must be between 13 and 18 (inclusive) to enter Judging will be based on creativity, quality, age appropriateness and integration of FreshBrain logo Enter as many times as you would like

Friends of the Aigantighe Art Gallery


Providing support to the director and staff of the Aigantighe Art Gallery in Timaru. The Friends sponsor exhibition openings, school holiday art programmes, purchasing of art works and fund raising.

Friends of the Arts Talent Grants


Those enrolled in an Illinois State University School of Art degree program are eligible to receive an up to $200 monetary award on behalf of the Friends of the Arts. Those students who can demonstrate their scholarly performance through artistic ability in either studio practice, art history, or art education studies may submit an application as well as a portfolio and/or evidence of scholarly production to the School of Art Office.

Friends of the Levitt Pavilion - Arlington


Award: $320 Artistic fee subsidy for Artes de la Rosa to perform in Arlington on October 18, 2008. Teatro de la Rosa will perform a bilingual children’s presentation in the Pavilion’s Family Fun series.

Award: $1000 Artistic fee subsidy for Wayanay Inka to perform in Arlington on October 11,.

From Book to Book: an exhibition of artist's books


This is an open invitation to all artists in the UK and abroad to participate in the exhibition of artist's books, From Book to Book Artists should submit a new bookwork created for the show. Participation is free For more information and submission form contact: j.mcdowall@leeds.ac.uk

From the Heart Productions


From the Heart Productions



Fuel is an interactive site where you can access people and information in relation to arts marketing.

Fulbright Grant


Fulbright grants are available for artists for 2-6 week lecturing and research abroad. No application fee, stipends are available. How to Apply Contact the Fulbright Senior Specialist Program, Council for International Exchange of Scholars, 3007 Tilden St NW, Suite 5L, Washington, DC 20008-3009; phone: 202/686-7877; email:apprequest@cies.iie.org; website: http://www.cies.org

Fulbright Scholar Program


The Fulbright Program provides grants for Graduate Students, Scholars and Professionals, and Teachers and Administrators from the U.S. and other countries. Fulbright Scholar Program, Council for International Exchange of Scholars, 3007 Tilden Street, NW, 5th floor, Washington DC 20008. Phone: 202-686-4000.

Full Scholarship for Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art (France)


SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE FOR THE PONT AVEN SCHOOL OF CONTEMPORARY ART FRANCE International Art School located in Brittany (France), Pont Aven School of Contemporary Art is offering a full scholarship to the best applicant for our SPRING 2008 semester (January 28 – May 10, 2008). We are looking for students of Art or individuals that have significant experience in fine arts. The semester includes 2 study trips (Madrid-Barcelona, Paris-Berlin) that will enrich your experience at PSCA. All courses are offered in english. Apply, NOW! www.pontavensa.org Contact : Gwen Pacallet PSCA Director Administration/communication 5 place P.Gauguin 29930 PONT AVEN - FRANCE tel: (33)(0)2 98 09 10 45 fax:(33)(0)2 98 06 17 38 psca.gpacallet@wanadoo.fr

Fulton Street Gallery


Fulton Street Gallery, 408 Fulton St., Tryo, NY 12180. Summer residency program for 1-2 weeks includes housing, studio, and exhibition. Must meet with the public weekdays and Saturdays. (visual artists)

Fund for Artists Arts Teachers Fellowships


For middle and senior high school art teachers in San Francisco county. Go to

Fund For Artists Awards for Choreographers


Given through World Arts West for choreographers auditioning for the SF Ethnic Dance Festival.

Fund for Artists Matching Commission Grants


For San Francisco and San Mateo county arts organizations wishing to commission new work by Bay Area artists.

Fund for Women Artists - Funding Lists


Choices include film/video projects, international projects, and visual arts projects.

Fundacao da Casa de Mateus


Fundacao da Casa de Mateus, Casa de Mateus, 5000 Vila Real, Portugal. Tel.: 011-351-59-323121. Residencies of 15 days to 6 months for musicians, poets, and visual artists. Up to 11 artistts at a time. Fees charges.



FunderFinder develops and distributes software to help individuals and not-for-profit organisations in the UK to identify charitable trusts that might give them money.

Funding Exchange


Funds organizations or projects whose goal is social change. The Funding Exchange, 666 Broadway, New York, NY 10012. 212-529-5300. info@fex.org

Funding for Arts in Rotherham - F.A.I.R


This Rotherham MBC Small Grants Programme

Funding for NEH Faculty Humanities Workshops


Funding for NEH Faculty Humanities Workshops - Deadline: 09-15-2008

Funding for Visual Artists


A compilation by the Fund for Women Artists.

Funds for At-Risk Youth (FAY):


Funds for At-Risk Youth (FAY): Support for after-school or summer camp arts programs designed specifically for elementary and secondary school at-risk children.

Funds for Writers


Provides information on grants, awards, fellowships, contests, jobs, and partnerships for writers making a living through their passion for words. Also listed under Grants for Individuals - Writing

FundsNet : Arts and Culture Funding Resources


A collection of web links by FundsNet.

FundsNet : Arts and Humanities Funding Resources


A collection of web links by FundsNet.

FundsNet : Corporate Philanthropy Cultural Programs


A collection of web sites by FundsNet. Listed under Arts and Cultural Activities

Fusion - A Compilation of Colorado Fiber Artists


The Fremont Center for Arts in Canon City, Colorado will host an exhibit of Fiber Art by Colorado Fiber Artists in June/July 2008. This is a juried show with entry fees and a 30% commission paid to the Center. Art for this exhibit is defined as traditional and contemporary fiber art to include but not limited to: silk painting, silk fusion, wool felting, dyeing, painting, stitching, dissolving, surface techniques and embellishment where fiber is the basis of the work. Non-traditional quilt art will be considered. Three dimensional fiber art is acceptable. Size limits apply. Deadline: April 1, 2008. Fremont Center for the Arts, P.O. Box 1006, Canon City, CO 81215. www.fremontarts.org

Futuresonic 2008 - Manchester


Futuresonic is an annual festival of Art, Music and Ideas now in its 12th year. Full Futuresonic 2008 Programme announced in February 2008. The Art strand presents Social Networking Unplugged, a major art exhibition presenting a critical exploration of social networking, connecting this to the festival's long-standing interest in social and participatory artworks which re-imagine the city. Featuring new commissioned artworks from international artists, a call for projects and linked open space conference, including many world firsts. The RZA - the genius behind Wu-tang Clan and producer of soundtracks for Kill Bill and Ghost Dog - headlines the Music strand as Body Digital alongside Venetian Snares, Doppler Efekt and many more in a cross-section of international mavericks, risk-takers, boundary- breakers and radical music makers at 30 venues city wide.

Futuresonic EVNTS - Submit Now


Futuresonic now invites any programmer, curator, promoter, label or artist group anywhere in the world to stage an independent event in EVNTS 2008, a city-wide showcase of affiliated events Deadline: EVNTS Competition deadline - Thu 7 Feb 5pm EVNTS Showcase deadline - Thu 20 Feb 5pm

Fuyifa Arts & Craft Stidio


Welcome to Fuyifa Arts & Craft Co.,Ltd, a professional manufacturer for global home furnishing in China, we started our business from wood hand carving in 1990, we manufactuer wood carving console, baroque style frame, sculpture, during the 15 years, our company has evolved and increased our line to art painting, decorated gallery painting, stretcher bar with tongue and groove finish, furniture and other material wall decor for luxury collection. With 10 years experience on exporting, Fuyifa keeps its finger on bringing gallery-like products, with compelling prices, into the homes of millions of consumers every year. Over hundred thousands different items are available providing a wide variety and selection of great wall decor products to meet the various tasets and needs of customers. And color from rich mahogany finishes, to gold and silver metal leaf are easy to get. Our gole is to provide the best in art and home furnishing to every customer.

FX International Interior Design Awards


For contract interior design; categories are interior projects and interior products. Gaesteatelier Hollufgaard

Gaesteatelier Hollufgaard, Hestehaven 201, 5220 Odense SO, Denmark. Tel.: 011-45-65-958998. Center for national and international sculptors.

Gage Academy of Art


Teen Art Studio, a year-long, free, weekly drop-in series serving 400 youth with a safe, creative art studio environment and 150 hours of mixed-media instruction by 12 artists, culminating in at least one public exhibit of the teens' work.

Gallery Avalable for Hire


23 Dec 2009 Description: Gallery space for hire For independent artists, group exhibitions, meetings etc, there is an opportunity to hire the ground floor gallery at Blott Artist studios in Blackpool, Lancs. Dates to be agreed. Main gallery hire £275 per week. For further information please contact enq@blott.co.uk Contact Name: Dominic Turner (technical manager) Address: 53 King Streer Blackpool FY1 3EJ  Website: http://blott.co.uk

Gallery Beauxzarre


All or Nothing is an un-juried, open call Art Exhibit. Join in to celebrate the Grand Opening of Gallery Beauxzarre located in Hollywood, California! The 1st annual All or Nothing show will be open to all artists from around the world! All images submitted will be displayed on the Grand Opening Night (March 21st) and the duration of the show. All artworks in print format will be accepted. All prints will be on 8.5 x 11 matte photo paper. All artworks will be for sale unless artist only wants to exhibit, price per print is determined by the artist.

Gallery Grand Opening Exhibition - Prospectus for drawing


First Prize : $ 2000.00 Second Prize : $ 1000.00 Third Prize : $ 750.00 Held : Online Competition

Gallery Representation Opportunities


For artists seeking gallery representation: Jump start your career here. Get organized and find your gallery. Use our information to launch your career:

gallery4allarts - online 'guest artists' submissions


If you are a UK based artist you are welcome to send your submission for online guest artist' (images and related information). Please, read submissons' criterias on: http://www.gallery4allarts.com/submissions.htm !Important: - images provided on CD should be good quality Jpeg format and no bigger then 600x800 dpi. - you are advised to send your submission by postal delivery. Thank you. Gallery4allarts

Gannett Foundation


The Gannett Foundation

GAP (Grants for Artist Projects) Program


The GAP Program provides support for artist-generated projects, which can include (but are not limited to) the development, completion or presentation of new work. GAP awards are open to artists of all disciplines and offer a maximum of $1,500 for projects. An inter-disciplinary panel of artists and arts professionals selected from around Washington State select GAP recipients. GAP applications are accepted each year at the end of February.

GAP (Grants for Artist Projects) Program


The GAP Program provides support for artist-generated projects, which can include (but are not limited to) the development, completion or presentation of new work. GAP awards are open to artists of all disciplines and offer a maximum of $1,500 for projects. An inter-disciplinary panel of artists and arts professionals selected from around Washington State select GAP recipients. GAP applications are available early December.



Provides funding to groups in the areas of: religion; education; environment and health, arts, community and youth.

Garrick/Milne Prize


Launched in 2000. Prize offered for depictions of actors and performers during rehearsal and performance


The Garrick/Milne Prize was launched in 2000 in memory of A. A. Milne, a member and benefactor of the Garrick Club. The Garrick Club is home to a unique collection of theatrical portraiture, a genre of painting intended to be encouraged by the prize. The prize is for paintings which capture actors and and performers during their rehearsal and performances.

Gen Foundation


The Gen Foundation is a charitable trust which supports the research and study of natural science and the arts. The Foundation focuses on biological, chemical, and botanical science students / researchers, and exceptional candidates from language, music, and art. The Foundation does this work in recognition of the importance of cross-cultural exchange in today's global society, and aims to deepen understanding between Japan and the rest of the world. Grants will be awarded to candidates based in or studying in the United Kingdom or Japan, although applicants from other countries may be considered. Grants are one-off, non-renewable awards of approximately



GENART is a not-for-profit arts organization with offices in New York and Los Angeles. We are dedicated to helping connect young artists with audiences and opportunities through exhibitions, on-line programs, and community outreach.



Awards can be for specific projects, specialised research, personal artistic development and certain materials/equipment. Who can apply? Artists of all disciplines and in all types of working practice How much money is available? The maximum award is

General Operating Support


Designed for established, professionally managed not-for-profit organizations whose primary purpose is the production or presentation of the arts. Funds must be spent for non-program activities including salaries of staff, rent, utilities, maintenance of facilities, staff travel and other expenses associated with the operations of the organization.

General Operating Support (GOS)



The Organizational Support Program (OSP) offers funding designed to advance the mission of arts organizations and support a broad range of arts programs in Connecticut. Connecticut arts organizations (registered as 501(c)(3) non-profits) are eligible to apply for General Operating Support (GOS) to assist with administrative and/or artistic expenses. Non-arts organizations (including colleges and universities) as well as arts organizations may apply for Project Support funding for a specific activity, such as an exhibition or music series, or for an ongoing arts program. Organizations must be incorporated in Connecticut for at least two years (three years for GOS) and have a minimum two-year history of public programming to be eligible. Projects eligible for funding must also have a two-year history. Applicants are required to match funds received from the Commission with cash income from other sources. GOS applicants must have a minimum operating income of $25,000 (3-year average). Projects require a minimum budget of $10,000. The deadline to apply for Fiscal Year 2009 Organizational Support (for activities from July 1, 2008 - June 30, 2009) has passed. The deadline for FY 2010 is expected to be in February, 2009. These guidelines are provided for informational purposes only. FY2009 Organizational Support Program Guidelines (PDF file, 314 KB, 36 pages) For more information about the Organizational Support Program, contact Kathleen DeMeo at 860-256-2735 or kathleen.demeo@ct.gov.

General Operating Support (GOS): This category provides general operations grants in amounts of up to twelve percent of the recipient organization's total cash operating expenses in its most recently completed and audited fiscal year.

General Operating Support (GOS) program


General Operating Support (GOS) program

General Operating Support (GOS):


This category provides general operations grants in amounts of up to tewlve percent of the recipient organization's total cash operating expenses in its most recently completed and audited fiscal year.

General Operating Support Grants


General Operating Support Grants provide unrestricted operating support for arts and cultural organizations to ensure that year-round opportunities for participation in the arts are available to the people of Kentucky.

General Support Grants



This grant offers general, non-project oriented support to Utah's established arts organizations which have already developed a full range of programming and staffs appropriate to their discipline.

For mature arts organizations that, over time, have consistently produced strong arts programs and demonstrated strong management and financial accountability. Grants support the organization's ongoing artistic and administrative functions.

Generali Foundation


Generali Foundation - funding contemporary arts. With information onf current and permanent exhibits, the collection, reference, and more.

Geoff Bunn - art, artist award


Occasional award given by the artist (Geoff Bunn) to up and coming artists. (Oil painting gets preference). Amount varies. (Usually between £100 and £500). Award is roughly annual. Contact via website. It's taken from there on a case-by-case basis.

George & Helen Segal Foundation


Displays the works of George Segal and awards grants to young artists.

George Gund Foundation


The George Gund Foundation's guidelines reflect our long-standing interests in the arts, economic development and community revitalization, education, environment and human services.

George Sugarman Foundation


'The George Sugarman Foundation offers annual grants [of $500 to $3,600] to painters and sculptors who are engaged in creating new works of fine art, whose work shows promise, and who are in need of financial assistance.'

Always interested in the well-being of dedicated, young, and developing artists, Sugarman provided for them in his will. The George Sugarman Foundation offers annual grants to painters and sculptors who are engaged in creating new works of fine art, whose work shows promise, and who are in need of financial assistance. Photographers, performance artists, dancers, musicians, and students currently enrolled in degree programs are not eligible for grants.

Georgia Arts Education Artists' Residencies


The goal of this residency program is to offer both students and teachers in-depth exposure to the arts while offering students an opportunity to enjoy increased educational attainment. Successful residencies engage GCA-certified Teaching Artists to improve core curriculum achievement; raise awareness of the unique and significant impact that the arts make on educational attainment; and, increase residency participants' appreciation of the valuable role that artists play in society. Application instructions are available online.

Georgia Council for the Arts Parents, Teachers, Artists Grant


This grant is open to public, private, and parochial schools, K-8. The grant promotes a collaborative partnership among teachers, parents/families and community organizations. At least two partnering organizations must participate in collaboration with a school; a parent/family organization and a community organization. The grant encourages partners to design, plan and implement after school, summer or weekend arts events/programs that engage K-8 students and their parents/families in hands-on arts education activities. Application information is available online.

Georgia High School Drawing Competition 2008


Georgia high school art educators are invited to submit student work to the annual Georgia High School Drawing Competition. Entries are judged by a panel of SCAD professors and alumni; selected work is featured in a juried exhibition at SCAD-Atlanta. The competition honors talented visual art students in our state and the art educators who skillfully guide them toward success. Ten winners selected by the jury are offered scholarships to attend SCAD-Atlanta, SCAD-Savannah or SCAD e-Learning, upon application and admission to the college. Scholarships range from $1,500 to $5,000 per year and are renewable until completion of a bachelor’s degree (180 quarter hours), as long as the recipient is enrolled and maintains a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0.

Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation


The mission of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation is to support and encourage those educational, cultural, social and environmental values that contribute to making our society more humane and our world more livable.

Gerda Henkel Foundation Grants


The Foundation funds activities concentrating on German and foreign academia in the fields of historical humanities. In particular, research projects in the following fields are supported: history, prehistory and early history; archaeology; art history; history of Islam; and legal history. Funds are provided for: specific temporary research projects through grants for personnel, travel and material expenses; research and doctoral scholarships for German and foreign scholars; innovative academic conferences; publications of particularly successful projects supported by the Foundation. Application information is available online.

Germanistic Society of America Fellowships


Usually up to six fellowships are awarded annually to enable prospective specialists to study for an academic year in Germany, primarily in art history; economics and banking; German language and literature; history; international law; philosophy; political science; and public affairs. Candidates selected for these awards, administered in the United States by the IIE, will be considered for Fulbright travel grants.

Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces


Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, 200 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Victoria 3065, Australia. Tel.: 61-3-94193406.


Studios for local artists, a gallery and the residential Studio 18 for national and international artists. Residencies of three months from April 2005 are offered for a rental charge of AUS $165 per week. Artists are required to state the expected source of funding on their application. Application is by a portfolio of recent work and a project proposal and should be accompanied by an SASE for its return. Further information available at

Gertrude Herbert Juried Fine Art Competition


Award: $1 750 Further information: Media_and_applicant_eligibility: Open to US artists ages 18+. Drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, ceramics, sculpture, mixed media accepted. submission_requirements: $25 entry fee covers submission of slides or CD of up to 3 works; $5 each additional work.

Getty Conservation Guest Scholar Grants


Getty Foundation

Cataloguing of Museum Collections Grant


Getty Conservation Guest Scholar Grants


The program at the Getty Conservation Institute supports new ideas and perspectives in the field of conservation, with an emphasis on the visual arts--including sites, buildings, and objects--and the theoretical underpinnings of the field. The program provides an opportunity for professionals to pursue scholarly research in an interdisciplinary manner across traditional boundaries in areas of wide general interest to the international conservation community. Guest scholars are in residence at the Getty Center for three to nine consecutive months. In addition to the stipend, the grant also includes a workstation at the Conservation Institute, research assistance, airfare to Los Angeles, an apartment in the Getty scholar housing complex, and health benefits.

Getty Foundation





Getty Graduate Internships


Full-time internships are available to graduate students who intend to pursue careers in art museums and related fields of the visual arts, humanities, and sciences. Internships are offered by several programs of the Getty Trust, including curatorial--prepare exhibitions, as well as engage in research and writing projects; conservation--inspection, care, and treatment of objects; education and research--museum education, professional education of conservators, provenance research, or public programs; information management--museum registration, Web services, institutional archives, or library special collections; and grantmaking--select and award grants in the areas of research, conservation, and education. Each internship is full time (five day, 38-hour week. Most internships are for eight months; conservation internships last 12. The grant includes health benefits and an educational travel allowance. Housing is not provided. Applications are available online.

Getty Multicultural Undergraduate Internships


The purpose of this grant is to increase diversity in the professions related to museums and the visual arts. Funding is offered to Los Angeles-area museums and visual arts organizations for multicultural undergraduate internships during the summer. The internships are intended specifically for outstanding students who are members of groups currently underrepresented in these professions. Internships should be designed to offer eligible students experience in key areas such as curatorship, conservation, education, publications, and related programmatic activities. Information regarding submission of an inquiry letter is available online.

Getty Research Grants for Institutions - Archival Grants


These grants support the basic arrangement and description of important archival collections of art-historical material in order to make them more accessible to scholars. Most projects result in the creation of an electronic finding aid. These grants do not support digitization of already catalogued archival materials, nor do they support archival research or transcription projects. Applicants should submit a preliminary letter of inquiry.

Getty Research Grants for Institutions - Art History Research Grants


Grants in this category support projects that advance the scholarly mission of Art History Research Centers. Projects that enhance scholarly access to library and archival resources are particularly encouraged. Applicants should submit a preliminary letter of inquiry to determine eligibility.

Getty Research Grants for Institutions - Cataloguing of Museum Collections Grants


These grants support full scholarly research and documentation of one or more distinct groups of objects in a museum's permanent collection by experienced scholars. Support is also available for the publication costs of catalogues. Applicants should submit a preliminary letter of inquiry to determine eligibility.

These grants support the preparation and publication of scholarly databases, reference works, innovative electronic resources, and other research tools that provide critical resource materials for art-historical scholarship. Priority is given to projects of international importance for which resources are otherwise limited. Applicants should submit a preliminary letter of inquiry to determine eligibility.

Getty Research Grants for Institutions - On the Record: Art in L.A. 1945-1980


Grant support is available to nonprofit institutions for the basic arrangement and description of archival materials related to the history of postwar Los Angeles art in order to make them more accessible to scholars. Grants are awarded for both planning and implementation phases. Planning grants assist in the development of institutional archives or surveying collections. Implementation grants support the arrangement and description of archival collections, usually resulting in the creation of an electronic finding aid. Applicants should submit a preliminary letter of inquiry to determine eligibility.

Getty Research Institute Library Research Grants


These grants provide short-term support to scholars at all levels to pursue independent projects that will benefit from research in the collections housed in the Getty library. Projects need not relate to the theme of the scholar year. Grantees receive partial support for costs related to research, travel, and living expenses for periods ranging rom several days to a maximum of three months. Application materials are available on the Web site.

These grants provide opportunities for teams of scholars to pursue interpretive research projects that offer new explanations of art and its history. Collaborations that foster a cross-fertilization of ideas and methodologies are particularly encouraged. Grants also fund the research in preparation for scholarly exhibitions. Grants provide support for projects during a determined time frame. Grant periods vary according to the needs of the individual projects, but are generally available for research periods of one to two years. Although team members may alternate their period of leave to work on the project, the proposed plan for the project's completion must include a portion of time dedicated to joint study; such periods of joint study may include travel. Applications are welcome from scholars of all nationalities. Potential applicants are strongly encouraged to send a brief letter of inquiry. Grant amounts may vary. Application information is available online.

Getty Research Institute Nonresidential Grants - Curatorial Research Fellowships


This fellowship supports the professional scholarly development of curators by providing them with time off from regular museum duties to undertake short-term research or study projects that advance the understanding of art and its history. Applicants may apply for a research period of one to three consecutive months. Fellowships provide stipends toward salary replacement and travel expenses. Eligible projects may include research for an exhibition or publication, travel to visit sites or collections, revision of a dissertation for publication, an intensive period of reading or writing, or other projects that support professional scholarly development. Application information is available online.

Getty Research Institute Nonresidential Grants - Postdoctoral Fellowships


These fellowships provide support for outstanding scholars in the early stages of their careers, allowing them the flexibility to travel and study wherever necessary to undertake their work. Grants support interpretive research projects that make a substantial and original contribution to the understanding of art and its history. Fellowships provide a stipend for a twelve-month period. Application information is available online.

Getty Research Institute Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Residential Fellowships


Pre- and postdoctoral fellowships provide support for emerging scholars to complete work on projects related to the Getty Research Institute's annual theme. The theme for the current program is Duration. Recipients are in residence at the institute, where they pursue research to complete their dissertations or to expand them for publication. Fellows make use of the Getty collections, join in a weekly meeting devoted to the annual theme, and participate in the intellectual life of the Getty Center. Pre- and postdoctoral fellows are in residence for the entire academic year. Both fellowships provide an office at the institute, airfare to Los Angeles, an apartment in the Getty scholar housing complex, and health benefits.

Getty Trust (J. Paul)


The Los Angeles-based J. Paul Getty Trust provides support to institutions and individuals throughout the world for projects that promote the understanding of art and its history.

Gibraltar Point Artist Residency Program


Gibraltar Point Artist Residency Program, 60 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 111, Toronto, Ontario M6K 1X9 Canada. (416) 392-1038. Open to Canadian and international artists of all disciplines. Room, studio, and board at no cost. Applicants must be 19 years or older and not enrolled in an arts degree program. One month residencies from mid-May to mid-June.

Gill Foundation


Gill Foundation

Giorgione Foundation


Giorgione Foundation - promotional committee for the project; (in English, French, and Italian).


Glacier National Park, AIR Program


Glacier National Park, AIR Program, West Glacier, MT 59936 (406) 888-7936. National parkland includes nearly 50 glaciers, glacier-fed lakes and streams, grizzly bears and gray wolves. Summer residencies of 2 weeks open to 2D visual artists, photographers, sculptors, video/filmmakers.

Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation


Promotes the advancement and perpetuation of humanistic inquiry and artistic creativity by encouraging excellence in scholarship and in the performing arts, and by supporting research libraries and other institutions that preserve cultural heritage resources.

Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation


Areas of funding interest include the Humanities, Performing Arts, Research Library Program, Venetian Research Program and discretionary grants.


Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation - promotes the advancement and perpetuation of humanistic inquiry and artistic creativity by encouraging excellence in scholarship and in the performing arts, and by supporting research libraries and other institutions that preserve cultural heritage resources.

The foundation awards grants to eligible organizations in its areas of interest, including humanities--history, ethics, archeology, literature, languages, philosophy, comparative religion, art history and theory, and social sciences; performing arts--dance, music, and theater in New York City; and research libraries--improved services and public access to resources in the humanities and performing arts. Organizations seeking funding should send a letter of inquiry. Letters of inquiry should not exceed two typewritten pages. Include a copy of the IRS determination letter, if available. There are no application deadlines, and inquiries are reviewed on an ongoing basis. Full proposals are by invitation.

Gladys Krieble Delmas Grants 2008-9


British and Commonwealth grants programme The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation announces its 2008-9 programme of grants (predoctoral and postdoctoral) for travel to and residence in Venice and the Veneto. Grants will be awarded for historical research specifically on Venice and the former Venetian empire, and for study of contemporary Venetian society and culture. Disciplines of the humanities and social sciences are eligible areas of study, including (but not limited to) archaeology, architecture, art, bibliography, economics, history, history of science, law, literature, music, political science, religion, and theatre.



Fri 25 and Sat 26 April 2008 To participate in the fair please request and return the booking form and payment before Monday 31 December 2007 Contact: Helen Shaddock, email: glasgowartistsbookfair@googlemail.com tel: 07845 579706

Glass Island apprenticeships in Siena, Italy


Glass Island organise three-month apprenticeships in Siena (in an English-speaking studio) for fused and stained glass artists, starting each January, April, July and October.

Glassell School of Fine Arts


Glassell School of Fine Arts, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, 5101 Montrose Blvd., Houston, TX 77006 (713) 639-7500. Studio and stipend; April 15 deadline; 1 year, renewable for second year; up to 10 artists per year. Open to young artists who are just finishing their undergrad or grad fine arts training.

Glastonbury Festival Photography Exhibition


Photographs by Royston E. Naylor (better known as 'Stone') taken over the last 17 years at the mother of all festivals. A timeless and humourous look at the wild, wacky and wonderful goings on at this iconic event of British subculture.

Glen Echo Park


Glen Echo Park, 7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo, MD 20812 (301) 492-6229. Not technically a residency program, since no housing is provided, although considered by the National Park Service as part of their programs for working artists. Rent-free studios on the grounds of a former amusement park (although artists must pay utilities fee); artists must provide classes, studio tours, demonstrations for field trips and festivals. Funky atmosphere; lots of public interaction. 9 residencies of 3 years each and 3 of 1 year each. Open to individuals or groups of 2D and 3D visual artists, photographers, craftspeople, performers, and musicians. (visual and performing arts)

Global Arts Village


Global Arts Village, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road, Utsav Mandir, Gitorni, New Delhi 110030, India Tel: 91-11-55657265. Offers residencies to mid-career and established artists on a 3 acre property that includes gardens, studios, a meditation hall, performance spaces, and accomodations. The buildings are designed in accordance with the ancient wisdom of Vastu, which harmonizes man-made structures with their natural environments. Residencies of 45 to 90 days. Fees charged; some full and partial fellowships available. Open to artists, including practitioners of the healing arts, culinary arts, and arts coordinators. Residencies include room, board, laundry service, shared or private studio, concluding exhibition opportunities. Artists must commit to specific community hours per week, which can be spent cooking, offering a workshop, working on event promotion or planning, or in other tasks. Artists live communally, share meals and evening activities.

The Village enables artists to experience a natural, eco-friendly environment for creative work. The Global Arts Village is a three-acre property that includes gardens, a multi-purpose studio, sculpture workshop, a meditation and performance hall, a common building, a dance studio, performance spaces and accommodations. The buildings are in accordance with the ancient wisdom of Vastu, which harmonizes man-made structures with their natural environments. The Village offers residency programs to emerging, mid-career and established artists in all major creative disciplines, building a community that blends art, culture and consciousness. Individuals with exploratory spirits are invited to join.

Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts


Award: $2000 Support for a live distance learning broadcast of “Snowflake,” a children’s theatrical performance, in Amarillo, November 13-14, 2008.



Given for a meritorious body of work.

GMA Artist Association - Annual Juried Exhibition


Annual Juried Exhibition: Open to all artists, 18 years and older residing in any of the 13 counties that comprise the Eastern North Carolina Visual Arts Consortium. Original works in all fine arts media. Cash awards place in 4 categories as well as honorable mentions. Size and weight restrictions apply. All work must be hand delivered. For a complete prospectus, contact the museum at 252-758-1946.

Go and See Bursaries


Go and See Bursaries are available to support exchange between artists' groups and networks who wish to explore new projects and provide a focus for critical exchange.

Go Elephants! - Call to Artists


The Forum Trust and Wild in Art present Go Elephants! 23 June – 31 August Norwich’s streets are set to be transformed next summer when a mammoth public art event turns the city’s open spaces into an artistic urban safari. A herd of life-size baby elephants, colourfully painted, decorated and adorned by artists, celebrities and community groups will create a trail across the city for ten weeks before being sold at a gala charity auction in October 2008. Go Elephants! is looking for artists… The blank elephant was specifically created to be used as an artist’s canvas. While it is broadly anatomically correct, it has been created to be neither specifically male or female, nor African or Indian. We expect to see a wide variety of designs, some of which will reflect the elephant and its environment, but do remember the elephant is just a canvas for your own artistic imaginations, in whatever art form you choose. After a selection process, successful artists will be commissioned and invited to decorate their elephants before they stampede into the city in June 2008. An honorarium of £750 will be paid to each artist upon completion of their artwork. If you would like to design an elephant, guidance and submission forms are available by emailing: events@theforumnorwich.co.uk This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it or telephoning 01603 727907. Further information is available at www.goelephants.co.uk.

Go Green


deadline 5/2/2008 The Main Street Gallery is seeking submissions for a large scale installation on the environment. The exhibition will be called 'GO GREEN' to take place on June 12 - July 20, 2008. Artists and general public worldwide can participate by sending in handwritten or typed words in any language about the environment. The paper can be either rolled, folded, scrap, colored or uneven preferably recycled and no larger than 8.5' x 11' (22cm x 28cm). Drawings or photographs can be part of the work. No painting will be accepted. Please put your name and where you are from in the lower right hand corner of your submission. The handling fee is $10. Outside the US, money orders in US currency will only be accepted. The work will not be returned, since it will be part of a larger installation. The complete space of the gallery will become an installation where one message is heard 'GO GREEN'. The aim of this show is to let the public voice their concerns about the environment. If there is enough response, this installation will become a touring exhibition. The work will not be insured. All work will be accepted and displayed. The deadline date for submissions is MAY 2ND, but please do not wait for the deadline to submit. Send in fee plus work to The Main Street Gallery, 105 Main Street, P.O. Box 161, Groton, NY 13073, USA.

Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award


Information about dates and schedules, conditions of entry, an online entry form, and biography of the judge, as well as details of past winners and images of current and past works entered.

Golden Graphics


Golden Graphics - Jewelry manufacturer specializing in custom photo engraved and color enameled 14K gold pendantsis looking to commission a few artists that specialize in line art sketches mostly of peoples faces for a new line of laser engraved pendants which require more than just the use of a filter in Photoshop. The hope is to build up some volume sales (100+ orders per week) and Golden Graphics is prepared to pay $10.00 to $15.00 per file. Please contact Bernard Halpern at Golden Graphics: 954-458-1818 X102

Good Idea Grant


Good Idea Grant Application Deadlines: December 12, 2008 (for New Media and Visibility ONLY) March 6, 2009 (for all categories) September 18, 2009 (for all categories) Contemporary: Designed to assist in supporting and fostering the growth of Maine’s artists. The parameters of the grant are purposefully broad. They include any “good idea” that furthers an individual artist’s creative endeavor(s). New Media: designed to foster the growth of Maine’s artists by supporting the creation of new works that creatively engage or innovatively incorporate new or emerging technologies for means of artistic expression or professional development. Any 'good idea' that furthers an individual artist's creative growth through technology and new media is eligible for the grant. Visibility: Designed to assist Maine’s artists and arts organizations by providing the means with which to increase the visibility of specific artistic projects. Any 'good idea' that supports an individual artist or organization through increased visibility is eligible for the grant.

Goodrich Corporation Foundation


Corporate Giving for Education, Arts & Culture (August deadline)

Google Ad Grant For Nonprofits


Deadline: January 1, 2010. Google Grants provides free Google AdWords advertising to various charitable organizations. The program is designed to help organizations extend their public service messages to a global audience, in an effort to make a greater impact on the world, and supports organizations sharing the company philosophy of community service, and with a strong mission to help the world in areas such as science and technology, education, global public health, the environment, youth advocacy, and the arts. Organizations must have current 501(c)(3) status to be considered for a Google Grant. Google Grants recipients are notified every quarter. An applicant will know within six months whether or not they received a Google Grant award.


Gottlieb Foundation


Gottlieb Foundation was established according to provisions in the will of Adolph Gottlieb in order to award financial assistance to mature, creative painters, sculptors, and printmakers. They provide financial support to individual artists who have shown a lifetime commitment to their art.

Gould Family Foundation


The mission of the Gould Family Foundation is to support innovative programs that promote experiential learning and the arts. The foundation prefers programs in their formative stages that can show self-sustaining ability, and are primarily based in California.

Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts


Governor General's Awards in Visual and Media Arts

Governor's Arts and Heritage Awards


For over 40 years, Washington State Governor's have recognized the valuable role that artists, and arts and heritage supporters and organizations have played in our state through the Governor's Arts and Heritage Awards.

Governor's Arts Awards (GAA) Visual Arts Commission


Postmark Deadline Fall 2008 GAA Visual Arts Commission application is being revised - it will be able in August 2008 Eligible Applicants: an individual artist applying in this category must be a practicing artist, be a Nevada resident for at least twelve month prior to the date of application, be at least 21 years old and not be a degree-seeking student. GAA Visual Arts Commission each year, NAC offers a $3,500 commission for the creation of seven works of art that is presented to the recipients during the GAA ceremony.

Governor's Awards in the Arts


Governor's Awards in the Arts The Commonwealth's highest honor in the arts recognized the outstanding and significant contributions of artists, individuals, organizations, schools, educators, businesses, media and government to the arts in Kentucky

Governor's Awards in the Arts - Nomination


Governor's Awards in the Arts - Nomination

Grace and Franklin Bernsen Foundation Grants


The primary focus of the Foundation is to provide grants primarily within the metropolitan Tulsa area in support of religious, charitable, scientific, literary or educational purposes. Programs and projects that will provide a defined benefit such as capital projects, building programs, specific program needs or ongoing operations from time to time are considered. Grants may require matching funds to be raised by the recipient. The Board meets monthly or bi-monthly to review grant applications. Application information is available online.

GRADUATE ASSISTANTSHIPS available in an intense MFA interdisciplinary visual arts program.


Facilities include fully equipped darkrooms for: black and white, color, non-silver and mural printing. Also available is a digital lab with new iMacs and Epson 4800 and 9800 printers. Students are provided with individual studios as well as a graduate darkroom. Stipends for nine month contract periods are approx $10,000 plus tuition waiver and can include teaching experience. For information and application write: Professor Catherine Angel, Coordinator of Photography, Art Department, University of Nevada Las Vegas, 4505 Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas NV 89154-5002

Graham Foundation


Graham Foundation - offers grants to individuals and institutions pursuing research, publication, or programming in architecture, as well as related arts and academic disciplines.

Graham Foundation grants


Graham Foundation grants are offered to individuals and institutions in support of activities that focus on architecture and the built environment and that lead to the public dissemination of ideas through publication, exhibition, or educational programming.

Grand Canyon National Park, Artist-in-Residence Program


Grand Canyon National Park, Artist-in-Residence Program, PO Box 129, Community Blg., Grand Canyon, AZ 86023 (928) 638-7739. Residencies of 3 weeks in the Fall, Spring, and Summer.

Grand Cities Art Fest


Applications for the Grand Cities Art Fest are now available. Visit http://data.memberclicks.com/site/nvac/Artist Application FINAL.pdf to download the artist application; or visit http://data.memberclicks.com/site/nvac/Food Vendor Application.pdf to download the food vendor application. The Grand Cities Art Fest is a summer arts festival that takes place on June 13 & 14, 2009. Applications due March 6, 2009. Participation is open to all artisans exhibiting work of original concept, design and execu­tion. Only handcrafted work by the selling artist is acceptable. No imports. Giclee reproductions accepted; reproductions must be clearly marked. Fifty to sixty percent of each product must be handmade by the artisan. Artists, not their representatives must be present at the show. Approximately 25 percent of our show is designated fine art. Questions? Call us at (701) 777-6120 or visit www.novac.org. Allow two days for return of your inquiry.



Purpose To support the development of innovative activities and experiences that encourage young people's creativity and inclusion in the arts. Who can apply? Groups of young people between the ages of 12 and 25. In particular, groups who have little or no access to innovative, quality arts experiences. What grants will be awarded for Grants of up £1,000 will be awarded to initiatives that address current gaps in arts provision for young people in Dundee. There are two main categories: Young People's participation in the Arts. • going to arts events such as performances, exhibitions etc • taking part in local or national arts programmes, courses and workshops Youth Arts development. • planning and delivering a Youth Arts project • creative collaborations between Youth Arts groups • planning and holding a Youth Arts exhibition or performance Exclusions The fund cannot be used to: • subsidise staffing costs for additional programme staff other than artists or creative specialists • support to non-arts youth programmes Applications cannot be accepted from Arts organisations or agencies, Schools or Further Education Colleges. How to apply The Department's application for grant aid should be completed. One copy of the completed form should be returned to the Leisure & Communities Department and one retained by the applicant. N.B. For consideration in the current year, completed applications should be submitted by 16 May 2008.

Grants for Arts Education


Grants for Arts Education in the Portland region. Portland Public Schools has a listing of organizations offering grants in the arts:

To advance arts education for children and youth in school-based or community-based settings. This category supports in-depth, curriculum-based arts education experiences that occur over an extended period. Projects must provide participatory learning and engage students with skilled artists, teachers, and excellent art. All projects must include the following components: 1) the opportunity for students and their teachers to experience exemplary works of art, in live form wherever possible; 2) study of the art experienced including the acquisition of skills for practicing the art form where appropriate; 3) the performance/making of art within the discipline(s) studied; and 4) assessment of student learning according to national or state arts education standards.

Grants for Individuals: Arts


'A compilation of web pages and books of potential interest to individuals seeking funding opportunities related to arts and cultural activities.' Maintained by Michigan State University Libraries.

Grants for Media Arts Dissemination: Annual Assistance for Programming


Grants for Media Arts Dissemination: Annual Assistance for Programming

Grants for Schools


Children are natural artists. They draw, paint, sing, dance, write and tell stories, pretend to be someone else. Their world is all about imagining and exploring. Arts learning and artistic expression fuel a child's natural creativity. They also helps young people be better students in other subjects. Research shows that students who study the arts have higher academic achievement and higher SAT scores than other students. Arts activities build self-confidence, and reinforce students’ critical thinking and discipline. The Minnesota State Arts Board Arts in Education (AIE) program is designed to encourage and expand young people’s natural interest and abilities in arts activities. It helps deliver high-quality, hands-on, creative arts learning opportunities for students; and gives teachers new tools and model arts learning activities to incorporate into their classrooms.

Grants for the Arts


Grants for the arts are provided by Arts Council England and are for individuals, arts organisations and other people who use the arts in their work. They are for activities that benefit people in England or that help artists and arts organisations from England to carry out their work.

Grants For The Arts - San Francisco


Grants are awarded in three categories: Performing, Visual, Media and Literary Arts; Annual Celebrations/Parades; and Tourist-Support Services.

Grants in Support of Working Artists


The George Sugarman Foundation makes grants available for artists in need of financial assistance. Award amounts are open, but the artist must provide a budget for the amount requested. How to Apply For information, contact the George Sugarman Foundation, 448 Ignacio Blvd., Novato, CA 94949; phone: 415/713-8167; email: ardensugarman@hotmail.com.

Grants to Artists and Organizations


Program Overview The purpose of Grants to Artists and Organizations, CCA’s largest program, is to provide grants that leverage local support for arts and cultural activities in communities across the state. Colorado artists, cultural organizations and community groups may submit grant proposals for activities that directly address one of the following CCA goals: Make the arts more accessible to all Coloradans. Expand access to quality arts education for young people. Participate in local and regional economic development. Preserve and promote our cultural heritage. Assist and encourage artists and art organizations. Strengthen the financial stability of the arts industry. Recognize diversity and inclusiveness. Encourage artistic excellence and support freedom of artistic expression. The Council awards these grants annually on a competitive basis. Grant requests are reviewed by peer panelists who make funding recommendations to the Council. Applicants must demonstrate: Artistic excellence and merit of proposed activities; Community involvement and benefit from proposed activities; and Implementation capacity, such as effective planning, management, and budgeting of the project. Click on the Start Here button above for Application Calendar and Grant Guidelines including Award Information, Eligibility, Application Review and Award Administration.

Grants to Artists and Organizations - Deadline March 13, 2008


Program Overview The purpose of Grants to Artists and Organizations, CCA’s largest program, is to provide grants that leverage local support for arts and cultural activities in communities across the state. Colorado artists, cultural organizations and community groups may submit grant proposals for activities that directly address one of the following CCA goals: Make the arts more accessible to all Coloradans. Expand access to quality arts education for young people. Participate in local and regional economic development. Preserve and promote our cultural heritage. Assist and encourage artists and art organizations. Strengthen the financial stability of the arts industry. Recognize diversity and inclusiveness. Encourage artistic excellence and support freedom of artistic expression. The Council awards these grants annually on a competitive basis. Grant requests are reviewed by peer panelists who make funding recommendations to the Council. Applicants must demonstrate: Artistic excellence and merit of proposed activities; Community involvement and benefit from proposed activities; and Implementation capacity, such as effective planning, management, and budgeting of the project.

Grants to Film and Video Artists


Grants to Film and Video Artists

Grants to Individual Artists in Allegany County


The Artists in the Community grant program, funded by the New York State Council on the Arts, awards grants to individual artists to support the creation of new work within a community context. For 2009 CCAC will award grants to two Allegany County artists in the amount of $2,250 each. This unique, competitive, peer-reviewed grant program encourages artists of any discipline to forge relationships with community members throughout the various stages of developing new work. The goal of this grant program as defined by NYSCA is “to support the creative work of individual artists in all disciplines at the local level while encouraging interaction between artists and community members to highlight the role of the artist as a community resource.” The Cattaraugus County Arts Council seeks proposals of high-artistic merit that will create the opportunity for the artist and a community to work in tandem and collaboratively in the art creation process. Proposals will be evaluated based on creative evaluative criteria as well as the level and degree of artistic and creative growth the project provides for the individual artist. Artists working in all disciplines are encouraged to apply. Projects may include site-specific works, installations, and any other events or activities in which the community can participate in some manner.

Grants to Individuals


Folk Arts Apprenticeships applications are accepted annually.


Artist Fellowships - Sculpture; Craft; Photography; Prose; Playwright; Poetry and Interdisciplinary Applications are accepted through Mid Atlantic for the Arts Foundation in July of odd years.

Artist Fellowships - Choreography; Music Composition; Experimental; Graphic; Painting; Design Arts and Media Arts Applications are accepted through Mid Atlantic for the Arts Foundation in July of even years.

Grants to New Media and Audio Artists: New Media Residencies


Grants to New Media and Audio Artists: New Media Residencies

Grants to New Media and Audio Artists: Research and Production Grants


Grants to New Media and Audio Artists: Research and Production Grants

Grants To Organizations – Annual


Deadline: March 15, 2008 GTO supports the production of arts programs, projects and events in local communities. Proposals may include performing, visual, literary, media, folk, or multi-disciplinary arts, or technical assistance projects. Organizations may submit one request each year in March for projects to occur between the following months of July 1–June 30. Submit applications on or before March 15; submit draft applications before March 1. Maximum request for a single, short-term project is $2,000; maximum request for multiple and/or year-long projects is $7,000. Contact: Randy Oestman, Email: roestm@state.wy.us, (307) 777-7109

Grants to Schools


Artists in Education applications accepted annually through the AIE Consortium each year.

Grants to Visual Artists in the UK


The scheme is open to all those working in the visual arts and the crafts who fulfil the following criteria: Artists must live and work within the UK and have exhibited their work professionally here. Artists must have a firm offer of an overseas exhibition in writing. Artists must have received no grant under the scheme during the 12 months preceding the submission date. Artists must have made no previous application under the scheme for help with the same project. Applications may be submitted by the artists themselves, or, on their behalf, by professional curators, organisers and art administrators who wish to exhibit the artists' work abroad. Please ensure that all artists have been made aware that an application has been made on their behalf.

Grants towards Visual Arts Activities in the UK


The Japan Foundation supports Japan related exhibitions through our Exhibition Support Programme. This is designed to give financial assistance to organisers mounting exhibitions or to introduce Japanese art and culture to the UK. The Japan Foundation accepts applications once a year from museums/galleries or other relevant organisations only. The deadline is normally 1 December (please check the exact date) and the application forms will be available from the London Office in September

Grants-in-Aid to Organizations



Grants-in-Aid to Organizations

Graphic Art Studio


Graphic Art Studio, M. Tito 113 Brvenica, 1216 Tetovo, Macedonia. Tel: 389-4445-5225.

Graphic Artists! - Create the promotional poster for the 2008 Art & Pumpkin Festival in Half Moon Bay, California


Artwork files are to be vector based and submitted in both EPS and PDF formats, in CMYK. The winning entry will receive a $1,000 grand prize as well as significant exposure and recognition during the Festival. $500 will be awarded for the second place poster, $250 for third, and $125 for both fourth and fifth, plus $100 for The Peoples Choice. Entry fee is $25 for each poster design submitted. Exhibition dates are October 11 - November 6, 2007

Grassroots Arts Program


Distributes funds for arts programming, primarily through local arts councils, to all 100 counties using a per capita based formula. Funds are distributed by the three types of Grassroots Partners: Designated County Partners, Provisional County Partners, and Regional Arts Partners.

Great Art Awards


Great Art Awards: two prizes of £250 worth of art materials from Europe’s largest art materials’ catalogue

Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation


The Foundation aims to develop good relations between the United Kingdom and Japan by advancing the education of the people of both nations in each other's culture, society and achievements. It seeks to promote mutual understanding and co-operation through financial support for activities including education, Japanese language, arts and culture, and humanities and social sciences. The Foundation's awards are intended to provide 'pump-priming' and not core funding of projects, but even small grants have enabled a wide range of projects to reach fruition, such as exhibitions, performances and creative productions by artists, musicians, film-makers, writers and theatre groups. In advance of any formal application, Foundation staff are always ready to discuss projects with the organisation or individual concerned over the telephone, or, if possible, in person. See their website for more information and online application forms (their preferred method of application).

Great Rivers Arts Institute


Great Rivers Arts Institute, PO Box 639, Walpole, NH 03608 (603) 758-3638. Artists' Residencies in Patzcuaro, Mexico at Casa Don Miguel, a 250-year-old monastery. Private rooms, separate studios for visual artists; 2meals a day included. $1,600 per month; partial fellowships available. (visual, literary arts)

Greater Bridgeport Area Foundation Cultural Enrichment Grants


The program awards money to Bridgeport public schools for activities that expand student access to culturally enriching events and experiences, such as, theater, ballet, the zoo, visual arts, musical performances, etc. Funds may be utilized for transportation, performance fees and/or supplies. Applications are reviewed four times annually. Application information is available online.

Greater Flint Arts Council


GFAC helps artists and non-profit organizations from Genesee and Lapeer Counties secure funds for arts projects. GFAC meets the funding challenge through regional regranting programs, fundraising workshops, and information and consultancies.



Greater Manchester Voluntary Sector Support (VSS) is a diverse partnership of support organisations (often called infrastructure) that has come together to provide a range of coordinated services to frontline voluntary, community and faith sector (VCFS) organisations in Greater Manchester. VSS aims to ensure that high quality and relevant support to the VCFS in Greater Manchester is available and accessible to all, structured and organised for maximum efficiency and effectiveness, is sustainably funded and promotes and reflects diversity. The new website includes a directory of infrastructure support services for VCFS organisations and groups in Greater Manchester as well as providing news and information relevant to the sector. It is also envisaged that the site will become the shared work space for infrastructure support staff, offering the opportunity to work collaboratively on development. In addition, the site will allow us to inform other sectors and the general public of news and information about the sector in Greater Manchester.

Greater Worcester Community Foundation Discretionary Grants


Grants are made to nonprofit organizations to build healthy and vibrant communities. A volunteer distribution committee recommends grants in all sectors ? culture and the arts, environment, civic involvement, housing and community development, education and human services. Contact the office for the required application packet.

Greatmore Art Studios


Greatmore Studios are situated in Woodstock, close to the city and accommodate up to thirteeen artists. At least eight of these are mid-career artists from a cross-section of Cape Town's communities. Other studios are set aside to accommodate younger artists who are committed to their career in art making, but need guidance from working with established artists. Two studios are set aside for the visitors program, accommodating artists from other parts of South Africa, Africa and abroad.

Green Foundation Grants


The Foundation's resources are focused on the four specific areas of arts, education, medical/scientific research and special projects. Preferential attention will be given to institutions exhibiting the following positive factors: a history of achievement, good management, and a stable financial condition; significant programs with the promise of making a measurable impact; programs that are self-sustaining and will not necessitate continued dependence on the Foundation. Interested applicants must complete the Foundation's online eligibility questionnaire. Information is available online.

Green Heart Partnership


The Greenheart Partnership is working with all the Hertfordshire local authorities, supported in partnership with the Arts Council England, East, to develop exciting new ways of working on community projects which call for the intervention of artists at an early stage. They are looking for artists who are interested in: * Developing innovative methods * Creating high-quality end products * Collaborating with professionals outside the arts * Identifying the creativity and value in others * Reaching the marginalised members of the community If you would like to acquire the new skills involved, Greenheart offers bursaries, (expenses at

Green Heart Partnership: Landscape+Arts Network Services


Green Heart Partnership is looking for digital new media artists (particularly those working with digital video) who are interested in creating innovative models for community engagement and public consultation from within local authority settings. The captured perceptions form the end-product immediately impact change - through capital development, new policy or new programming. Green Heart Partnership is a forward-thinking initiative supporting individuals and teams who challenge existing practise to work towards a joined-up approach that equally values the process and the end product. GHP considers that art is a part of how we address our public realm, and not solely an isolated portion of the physical environment. By working with all of the Hertfordshire local authorities to develop new models of creative cross-departmental working practice and supported in partnership with the Arts Council England, East, this initiative is pairing the arts with the environment and capital development departments to explore how creative-led collaborations can assist in creating more engaging, appealing and environmentally sustainable communities.

Green River Writers Retreat, AIR Program


Green River Writers Retreat, AIR Program, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY (615) 296-4420. Nonprofit offering workshops, monthly critique sessions, as well as retreats. Fees charged.

Greenlee Family Foundation


Greenlee Family Foundation



Artisphere announces call for entries. Three day open-air street festival, located in Historic West-End District downtown Greenville, SC April 18 - 20, 2008. 100 artists, $10,000 in cash awards, more than $20,000 Patrons Program. $25 jury fee. Application deadline postmarked by October 19, 2007. For a prospectus contact Liz Rundorff Visual Arts Projects Manager/Artisphere, 16 Augusta Street, Greenville, SC 29601, (864)271-9355, or email: liz@greenvillearts.com

Griffin Museum of Photography


Entrants must be or become members of the Griffin Museum of Photography at the time of submission.

Griffin Poetry Prize


$40,000 -- December 31

Griffis Art Center


Griffis Art Center, 18 Bristol St., New London, CT 06320 (860) 447-3431. Located near the downtown of a small city on the Thames River. 2 international artists selected twice a year for the Gemfire Residency Program, a 5 month residency which includes a furnished apartment in a turn-of-the-century mansion, utilities, local phone and cable, plus a working studio next door. Open studio/exhibition near completion of residency and invitations to other functions. Artist must donate one artwork completed during residency.

GRO's 24th Annual January Juried Show


General/mixed Deadline: 10-31-

Gros Morne National Park Residencies


The Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador Gros Morne National Park's residency programme is located within a world heritage site on the west coast of Newfoundland. International visual artists whose work 'reflects or draws on the natural environment' are invited to apply for residencies of three to six weeks between June and October each year. Residents receive accommodation/work space and an honorarium of C$1,000 to cover all other costs. Applications should consist of a project proposal, CV and examples of work.

Guggenheim Fellowships


Fellowships for advanced professionals in all fields to assist research and artistic creation. Average grant is around $36,000. John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 90 Park Ave., New York, NY 10016. 212-687-4470 fellowships@gf.org

Guild of Aviation Artists Aviation Paintings of the Year Exhibition


Details: All mediums; 1,000 award Handing-in date: 6 May Fee: Please contact the secretary for current submission and hanging fees Exhibition: 23-29 July Venue: Mall Galleries, London Contact: Send SAE to The Secretary, GavA, Trenchard House, 85 Farnborough Road, Farnborough, Hants, GU14 6TF (Non members must enclose 5 for details) Tel: 01252 513123

Guildford Borough Council Grant Aid


If you are starting or developing an arts project in the Guildford Borough area you can apply to us for a grant. Grants are administered annually and the application forms are produced in November, with a deadline of January the following year. There is no specific limit to the amount you can apply for although sums between £200 - £1,000 are recommended.



Research centre for the development of the ceramic arts invites international ceramic artists for residencies of between one and six months. Access to a variety of kilns, studio facilities and on-site accommodation. Artists must pay all travel, accommodation, materials, firing and subsistence costs.

Gunk Foundation Public Art Projects Grants


The grant program is intended to challenge the current market-dominated system of art production and to move art out of the market and into the public realm. The foundation is interested in supporting projects that make it out of the museum, gallery, and alternative spaces and into daily life, such as work that is shown in the spaces of public transportation, city streets, or work places and is seen by people outside of the art and academic worlds. Grant proposals must include completed application form; resumes of project participants; examples of previous work done, including slides, video, or short written pieces (no originals); one-page summary of the proposed project; and budget and timeline. Application forms are available on the Web site.

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