Remember to follow the directions I provided in one of the earlier blogs. And I will try to add more information and sources as we go along. The most important thing is for you to be confident about your art and tell a little about it to your funder in your request letter or application.
It has taken a long time to gather the information but we think this is worth it.
And if you find this information useful, sign up for new alerts at the top of the page on the right. We will be adding posts often, so that will let you get the newest information. If you don't hear anything from us, check back often.
Also, there are links on the page to earlier posts which may be useful to you -- including one which gives step by step directions to submitting a grant.
Good luck, I know your work is awesome!
Creative Capital Foundation
Supports work with the potential for significant artistic and cultural impact. They seek to act as a catalyst for the development of adventurous and imaginative ideas. Open to US citizens. Rotates different artist mediums annually.
65 Bleeker Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY, 10012. Tel: 212-598-9900.
Creative Work Fund
One Lombard Street, Suite 305, San Francisco, California 94111-1130 Tel: 415-398-4474.
Dunn Founation, 333 Strawberry Field Road, Warwick, RI 02886. Tel: 401-941-3009.
Cultural Resources Council,
John H. Mulroy Civic Center,
411 Montgomery Street, Syracuse,
telephone: 315.435.2155, fax: 315.435.2160 email@example.com
1429 21st Street, NW, Washington DC, 20036, phone: (202) 276-6503, fax: (202) 466-4845
1360 Mission Street, Suite 200, San Francisco, CA 94103-2647
Open Society Institute, 400 West 59th Street, New York, NY 10019
ARC grants provide rapid, short-term assistance of up to $2,500 to individual artists who live in Los Angeles County. Funds must be used to enhance work that is near completion and scheduled for presentation within six months of the grant application deadline. Artists in any discipline may apply. Applicants must have a secure invitation from an established organization to present their work. There are four grant cycles per year.
1453 Third Street, Suite 312, Santa Monica, CA 90401
This consortium of Bay Area, Northern California (USA) community foundations is dedicated to increasing support to Bay Area individual artists. This regional initiative supports the artistic revitalization of outstanding arts teachers in Bay Area middle and high schools. Through this grant, fellows will design individualized courses of study that foster their own creative work and the opportunity to interact with other professional artists in their fields. This annual award to four Bay Area fellows, includes a complementary grant to each fellow's respective school.
47 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10003. (646) 230-9833
870 Market Street, Suite 375, San Francisco, CA 94102, phone: (415) 430-1140, Ext. 14