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List of Grants & Residencies

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  • Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant (USA)

    Grants for visual or performance artist.

    “Emergency Grants is the only active, multi-disciplinary program that offers immediate assistance of this kind to artists living and working anywhere in the United States, for projects occurring in the U.S. and abroad.”

    Rolling basis, Apply here.

  • 2020 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship (NY)

    $7,000 cash award for artist working in New York state.

    “Artist Fellowships in Craft/Sculpture, Digital/Electronic Arts, Nonfiction Literature, Poetry, and Printmaking/Drawing/Book Arts. … Awards are made to individual originating artists living and working in the state of New York.”

    Deadline January 22nd, 2020, Apply here.

  • Sunny Art Centre Prize (London, UK)

    Open call for 2020 Sunny Art Prize, artist will be awarded monetary compensation + exhibition. Open to artist worldwide.

    “The Sunny Art Prize is an international art prize hosted by Sunny Art Centre, London. This fine art competition, based in the UK, is a global platform offering art opportunities for emerging and established artists to showcase their artworks internationally. The art contest also gives the art prize-winners the opportunity to be part of a one-month artist residency.”

    Deadline June 30th, 2020, Apply here.

  • MUSAC Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León Laboratorio 987 (Leon, Spain)

    Grant program for artist to receive assistance with their production.

    “For the year 2019, a total allocation of 50,000 euros will be committed to the program. Any physical person or group, of legal age, individually or collectively, regardless of their origin, whose work is linked to work in the arts, creation, culture, curatorship, research, and/or social movements and its different public manifestations, is invited to submit.”

    Deadline ongoing, Apply here.

  • The Pollock-Krasner Foundation (USA)

    Grant available for painters, sculptures, printmaking, and works on paper.

    “The Foundation encourages applications from artists who have genuine financial needs that are not necessarily catastrophic. Grants are intended for a one-year period of time.”

    Deadline ongoing, Apply here.

  • Tokyo Biennale 2020 (Tokyo, Japan)

    Artist are invited to spend time in a residency in Tokyo and create work to be shown in the biennale.

    ““Social Dive” involves artists diving into the different areas of Tokyo as part of an art project aimed at discovering both the unique traditions, as well as new values held by the people who live there. The project calls for artists whose practice deals with socially engaged art through a wide spectrum of ideas and methods of expression or action; whether it be fine art, design, performance, media art, film, architecture, academic research, social action, economic-related – all fields are welcome.”

    Deadline December 15th, 2019, Apply here.

  • Women’s Studio Workshop, Artist Book Residency (NY, USA)

    Six to eight week residency for artist to produce book work.

    “The grant includes a stipend of $350/week, up to $750 for materials, up to $250 for travel within the Continental US, free onsite housing, and 24/7 studio access. WSW can provide technical advice; training on new equipment, techniques, and materials; and production assistance.”

    Deadline November 15th, 2019, Apply here.

  • Produktionszentrum Tanz + Performance and Akademie Schloss Solitude (Stuttgart, Germany)

    Open call for residency opportunity for dancers and performers with monthly resources and space provided.

    “Residency fellowship to contemporary dancers and performers for the first time, this in the context of TANZPAKT Stuttgart, an initiative of the Cultural Office of the State Capital of Stuttgart. By inviting artists from all over the world to apply, the participating institutions seek to improve networking and collaboration in Stuttgart’s freelance dance scene, and to facilitate work on choreographic practice.”

    Deadline November 22nd, 2019, Apply here.

  • Unlisted Projects Art Residency, (Austin, Texas)

    Residency opportunity fro artist and creatives in Austin, TX during the period of July through September.

    “Welcoming and intentional community of artists and arts administrators, as well as a number of useful tools and facilities at our resident artists’ disposal. Our building is equipped with a dark room, co-working space, 1000 sq ft gallery space, venue area with PA, vinyl record cutting lathe, VR headset, tool library and various audio/visual equipment.”

    Deadline December 31st, 2019, Apply here.

  • PADA Curatorial Program, (Barreiro, Portugal)

    Open call for curatorial proposal with funding available for shipping work, accommodation and studio space provided.

    “PADA is an artist led, not for profit, arts association unique in its support to artists.”

    Deadline November 15th, 2019, Apply here.

  • Kinono Art Residency, (Tinos, Greece)

    Open call residency offering accommodation, studio space, and transportation.

    “The 4+1 elements project will delve into the relationships between the modern interdisciplinary scientific practices of visual arts, research, humane sciences, and new media, time and place expression through the islands material environments.”

    Deadline November 15th, Apply here.

  • CICA Museum, (Gyeonggi-do, Korea)

    Open call for exhibition around the subject of objectification, found objects, pop culture, and consumerism.

    “Czong Institute for Contemporary Art (CICA) became a unique cultural space founded and cultivated by artists. Not only CICA fosters projects of experimental artists, we are open for everyone to learn about Contemporary Art and apply it to one’s life.”

    Deadline November 18th, 2019, Apply here.

  • Governors Island, Indoor Public Program, (NYC, US)

    Providing space for different arts, creative and education organizations to host many diverse types of programming.

    “The Trust is particularly committed to hosting indoor programs and projects that engage meaningfully with the Island’s unique conditions.”

    Deadline November 29th, 2019, Apply here.

  • New York Times Portfolio Review, (NYC, USA)

    The New York Times portfolio review provides photographers a great experience to meet other photographers, gallery owners, book publishers, and attend classes and workshops.

    “We are again bringing together 110 talented photographers with 75 top photo editors, publishers, curators, gallery owners and video producers, for the 8th annual New York Portfolio Review…”

    Deadline November 19th, 2019, Apply here.

  • Guild Hall Artist Residency, (East Hampton, NY)

    Providing living and work space, and stipend for early to mid-career artist to research and concentrate on their work while engaging with the historical artist colony of East Hampton.

    “Guild Hall is an arts, entertainment, and education center for the community. Its primary focus is to inform, inspire, and enrich our diverse audiences by presenting programs of the highest quality in the visual and performing arts…”

    Deadline December 13th, 2019, Apply here.

  • Interlude Artist Residency, (Livingston, NY)

    Art residency specifically for artist who are parenting.

    “A non-profit organization dedicated to supporting a flourishing practice for visual artists who are actively parenting. Interlude provides residency stays and professional development tailored to the unique needs of these artists.”

    Deadline December 1st, 2019, Apply here.

  • Institute for Electronic Arts (IEA) Experimental Projects Residency Programs, (Alfred, NY)

    One or two weeks residencies offered to New York based artist providing travel support, artist stipend, lodging, and access to materials.

    “Artists have access to a combination of emerging, contemporary and historical media arts tools and materials, many are unique and not ordinarily available in a studio setting. The resident artists have 24 hour dedicated access to the IEA studio and equipment.”

    Deadline January 15th, 2020, Apply here.

  • SummerWorks 2020, (Toronto, Canada)

    Festival in Toronto, Canada dedicated to performance works that push boundaries and explore new creative mediums. Different modalities to apply to, some offering artist fee.

    “We are interested in continuously re-imagining and innovating the possibilities for performance- how it is created, presented and experienced.”

    Deadline January 10th, 2020, Apply here.

  • SOUNDEST ZINE, (printed publication)

    A6 digitally printed zine exploring sound art, notes, music, and/or adjacent fields.

    “All contributors that are selected for publication will always receive a copy of the issue they are featured in as a thank you.”

    Deadline December 15, 2019, Apply here.

  • Beam Camp, (Strafford, New Hampshire)

    Creative residency looking for large scale projects. Allotting $12,500 USD for project and $3,000 USD stipend for artist, the camp has many different facilities for artist.

    “Unique and spectacular large-scale projects that serve as the centerpiece for a 25-day session of camp, during which they are built and brought to life by 100 campers and staff.”

    Deadline January 6th, 2020, Apply here.

  • Socrates Sculpture Park, (NYC, NYC)

    ‘Call and Response: Making Monuments Now’ Open call for artist to propose a new monument for New York. Artist will be given a $5,000 USD project budget, a $1,000 USD artist honorarium, and four months 7 days a week access to working facilities.

    “In light of recent debates about monuments and some recent removals, Socrates asks artists to propose prototypes for new monuments for New York City for presentation beginning in the fall of 2020.”

    Deadline November 25th, 2020, Apply here.

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