Deadline: February 29, 2012
A completed application form (form downloadable in MS doc or in PDF)
- A CV or resume (in MS doc)
- Ten (10) medium to high resolution images of your recent work (in JPEG format only). Images beyond the first ten images will not be considered.
- A correlating list of works which must include title, media, dimension and year executed (in MS doc). An artist statement (in MS doc not PDF format)
- Although not required, applicants may provide up to three other supporting materials such as press coverage, reviews, and other public write-ups about you and/or your work (in PDF format)
1353 U Street, NW
Washington DC, 20009
An application fee of $25 is required (We try not to include grants that require application fee, but because the fellowship is a two-year program offering, we thought we should tell you about it.)
We mention this grant as information to keep you current with what's going on in art world funding. Those awarded money from the Doris Duke Foundation do not apply, they are selected by the foundation based on previous work and recognition. And although it may not reach everyone in Jazz or Performing Arts, it is an excited opportunity that we hope may reach you in future years.
The balance, about $14.5 million, will go to administer the program and to fund an initiative in which individual artists will pair with dance companies, theater companies and performing arts presenters for four months of residencies spread over two or three years. At least 50 residency awards of $75,000 or $150,000 will be made, starting in 2013.
Deadline: December 15-16, 2011
Fellowships are for Art, Fiction, Media, Folk and Video/Film
Deadline: Ongoing for Artists with Financial needs.
Deadline: November 14, 2011.
Applications are now available for the 2012 Surdna Arts Teachers Fellowships (SATF).
The Surdna Foundation invites arts teachers from public arts high schools to apply for funding for artistic development through its Arts Teachers Fellowship Program (SATF). Eligible schools include specialized public arts high schools, as well as arts-focused, magnet and charter high schools. The program offers teachers the opportunity to immerse themselves in their own creative work, interact with other professional artists, and stay current with new practices.
Recognizing that such teachers often lack the time and resources to reconnect with the artistic processes they teach, the Arts Teachers Fellowship Program provides grants of $5,500 to enable selected teachers to make art with professionals in their disciplines and stay current with new practices and resources. A complementary grant of $1,500 is awarded to each Fellow's school to support related post-Fellowship activities