Professional Resources

This WIP page of resources was collected by the Ceramics Graduate Contemporary Issues Professional Practices course in Spring 2014. Thanks to Allora, Jess, Sabina, Sarah, Sara, and Teal for working through this incredible list!

Abrons Art Center

Residencies

Open to all artists or curators

May 1

2 References, via slideroom

http://www.abronsartscenter.org/for-artists/

11-month program beginning each September. There is also 1 Curatorial Residency position and some StudioLab Teaching Residencies. Applications are available online March 1st.

Academic Keys

Employment

http://www.academickeys.com/

Database

AIM (Artists in the Market Place)  

Residencies, General Resources

Emerging Artists in New York Metropolitan Area

Check Back in June 2014 for more info

Might need references

http://www.bronxmuseum.org/aim/

AIM networking and professional development program meets in two sessions: winter (January through March) and spring (April through June). Meetings are Tuesday evenings 6-8 pm. There are 36 residencies available per year. The program culminates with an annual group exhibition and accompanying catalogue.

A.I.R. Gallery Fellowship Program

Exhibitions, General Resources

Open to women residing in the New York Metropolitan area, emerging and underrepresented artists.

November

2 References

http://www.airgallery.org/

A.I.R. Gallery Fellowship provides underrepresented and emerging artists with the opportunity to develop their work in preparation for a solo show, to build relationships with other artists and arts professionals, and to learn about gallery operations.

Aljira: A Center for Contemporary Art

Residencies

Open to emerging artists living in the New York/New Jersey metropolitan areas

September

Does not require references

http://aljira.org/emerge/

The Aljira Emerge program offers professional development, including opportunities to exhibit. Discipline: drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, installation, new media, sound-based or performance art, film/video art, etc.

Alliance of Artists Communities

General Resources

www.artistcommunities.org

American Association of Museums/AVISO.

Employment

http://www.aam-us.org/aviso

Anderson Center

Residencies

Open to artists, writers, or scholars

[May-July residency] Feb. 1; [Aug-Oct residency] March 1

2 References

http://www.andersoncenter.org/residency.html

2-4 week residency program located in Minnesota, provides room, board, and workspace for duration of residency.

Anderson Ranch Arts Center

Residencies

Emerging or established artists

February 15

3 References

http://www.andersonranch.org/

Our artists-in-residence program encourages the creative, intellectual and personal growth of emerging artists. The residency is offered during two terms each year (approximate dates): Fall Term: October – December; Spring Term: February – April. Located in Snowmass, CO.

Apex Art

Exhibitions

All artists

October 1-31

http://www.apexart.org/

Apexart’s Unsolicited Proposal Program is an opportunity for anyone, from anywhere, to submit a proposal for an idea-based exhibition at apexart.

Appalachian Center for the Crafts

BFA or MFA

Contact for more information

http://www.tntech.edu/craftcenter/

The Artist in Residence program is a one- to three-year appointment allowing emerging professional artists to work in the environment of the Craft Center. Each of the six areas of focus (clay, fibers, glass, metals, wood, exhibitions) has a resident artist. Located in Cookeville, TN

Archie Bray Foundation

Residencies

Ceramics Artists

March 1

3 Reference Contact, no letters accepted

http://www.archiebray.org/residence_program/residence_program.html

Residencies for ceramicists from a few months to two years. Studio space provided for free, glazing and kiln facilities are shared. Artist expenses are the cost of materials, firing, and a place to live. There is no on-site housing, and residents make their own living arrangements. Two scholarships for short-term residents and three fellowships which provide a monthly stipend for long-term residents are awarded annually.

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts

Residencies, Workshops

February 1

2 references

http://www.arrowmont.org/

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts is a nationally renowned center of contemporary arts and crafts education. Workshops are offered for one and two weeks in the spring and summer, and one-week and weekends in the fall. Areas of study include: ceramics, fibers, metals/jewelry, painting, drawing, photography, warm glass, woodturning, woodworking, sculpture, and book and paper arts.

Art in General

Exhibitions

http://www.artingeneral.org/

Responding to the current state of artistic and curatorial practice, Art in General’s Open Call has shifted from its once-a-year online deadline to a more fluid model of receiving and reviewing artists’ work. Artists are encouraged to submit project proposals at any point throughout the year–Art in General’s curatorial staff will review submissions quarterly. Proposals should be formatted in a PDF and emailed to opencall@artingeneral.org.

Art Info

General Resources

www.artinfo.com

Artist Help Network

General Resources

www.artisthelpnetwork.com

Artists Space

Internships

Fall, July 1; Spring, November 1; Summer, March 1

http://www.artistsspace.org

The Artists Space Internship Program provides a unique opportunity for individuals to be involved in the development and execution of a progressive and engaged contemporary arts administration. The position is ideal for a recent college graduate, or MA/MFA level contemporary art. The post is for a four month period (with the possibility to extend this if appropriate), and requires a commitment of three days a week, including one weekend day.Artists Space offers internships in three areas. Curatorial, administrative, and bookstore/events.  Fall: September – December / Application Deadline: July 1; Spring: January – April / Application Deadline: November 1; Summer: May – August / Application Deadline: March 1. Duration: 4 months, 3 days a week; Stipend Available

Arts Journal

Employment

http://www.artsjournal.com

Artspace

Residencies

December 1

http://www.artspacenc.org/about.html

Artspace is a non-profit visual art center in North Carolina. The Summer Artist-In-Residence program at Artspace provides an artist with a month-long studio opportunity to work on a project of his/her choice and to interact with the public and the artist community. It is also an opportunity for an artist to exhibit the work s/he creates immediately following the residency. During the residency period, the artist teaches 2 classes or workshops in conjunction with the Artspace Summer Arts Program (ASAP), and presents a general lecture or demonstration about his/her own work or a related topic.

Art Calendar

General Resources

http://www.artcalendar.com/

Connects artists with income and exhibition opportunities. Subscription to magazine provides 20-30 pages of hundreds of listings of juried shows, residencies, grants, galleries reviewing portfolios, publishing opportunities, positions open, and much more.

Atlantic Center for the Arts

Residencies

All artists

March 23

http://www.atlanticcenterforthearts.org/

3 week to 2 month residencies with emphasis on interaction and collaboration. Scholarships and job opportunities available.

Banff Centre

Residencies

All Artists

March 5

http://www.banffcentre.ca/

The Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) program in Visual Arts provides time and space for individuals and groups to create new works, research innovative ideas, and experiment with different techniques and modes of production.

Participants are provided with an individual studio accessible 24-hours a day, as well as use of Visual Arts facilities including printmaking, papermaking, ceramics, sculpture, and photography. Access to these facilities is subject to additional fees. Residency length can vary within the prescribed program dates. All residencies must begin on a Monday and last for a minimum of 12 days. Applications for residencies outside of the program dates may be accepted at the discretion of the director of Visual Arts.

Penland School of Crafts

Residencies, Workshops

All artists

March 15

2 Recommendations

http://www.penland.org/

Workshops, assistantships, and residencies available in ceramics, drawing and painting, glass, iron, metals, photography, printmaking, textiles, and wood. Located in Penland, NC.

The Clay Studio

Residencies, General Resources

Ceramics graduates, or artists interested in furthering their ceramic education

April 15

References might be necessary, does not specify

http://www.theclaystudio.org/apply/workexchange.php

Residencies last 1-5 years, work-exchange program also available when there is space.

The Pottery Workshop

Residencies, Workshops

http://potteryworkshop.com.cn/

Located in Jindezhen, Shanghai, Hongkong, and Beijing, inquire for more information.

The Clay Arts Center

Residencies, Workshops

BFA/MFA

April 15

http://www.clayartcenter.org/

The Clay Arts Center residency is a year long and commences in September and is uniquely designed for emerging artists who need time and space to develop their voice. They gain invaluable experience teaching classes and contribute their technical knowledge and expertise by managing many jobs at the studio. CAC provides a supportive ceramic community, while appreciating the need for privacy and independent work.

Peters Valley

Workshops

All artists

April 1

2 Recommendations required

https://www.petersvalley.org/

Summer Assistantship and Fellowships also available.

Asian Cultural Council

Category: Grants & Financial Resources

Eligibility:

Deadline: September
References:

http://www.asianculturalcouncil.org/apply/

Description: Grants for assistance while in Asia, Bi-annual grant for Asian visual and performing artists.

Franz and Virginia Bader Fund

Category: Grants & Financial Resources

Eligibility: Age 40+, Living within 150 miles of Washington, DC
Deadline: September 15

References:

http://www.baderfund.org/index.htm

Description:

Belgian American Educational Foundation, Inc.

Category: Residency?

Eligibility: Must be enrolled in a Belgium school Master’s program or a U.S. Ph.D. program.

Deadline: October

References:

http://www.baef.be/documents/fellowships-for-us-citizens.xml?lang=en

Description: $25,000 stipend for one of eight annual fellowships. 195  Church St. New Haven, CT  06510-2009 Fax (203) 777-5765

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Inc.

Category: Residency

Eligibility:

Deadline: Add to their mailing list to hear for next cycle applications

References:

http://www.bemiscenter.org/residency/

Description: Located in Omaha, NE recently recognized as one of the “Top 10 residencies around the globe” by ArtInfo. Three residencies available.

Biennial Grants for Mature Women

Category: Grants & Financial Resources

Eligibility: Must be 35 years or older

Deadline: October 31

References:

www.nlapw.org

Description: 3 categories for $1000 grants: art, letters, and music.

Black Rock Arts Foundation.

Category: Grants & Financial Resources

Eligibility:

Deadline: Letters Of Inquiries for 2015 cycle will most likely be available in October of 2014

References:

http://www.blackrockarts.org/grants

Description: Funds interactive art & art that is accessible to the public, civic in scope and prompts the viewer to act.

Boston Foundation for Architecture

Category:

Eligibility:

Deadline: Application is posted in April, with proposals due in August

References:

http://www.bfagrants.org/

Description: Boston, MA Primarily funds many programs for schoolchildren, the BFA supports programs for Massachusetts residents of all ages.

Boulder County Arts Alliance

Category: Grants & Financial Resources

Eligibility: must live in Boulder County, CO for a minimum of one year

Deadline:

References:

http://www.bouldercountyarts.org/

Description: Multiple grant and funding opportunities.

Brooklyn Arts Council, The

Category:

Eligibility:

Deadline: mid-September through early October

References:

http://www.brooklynartscouncil.org/

Description: Brooklyn, NY up to $5,000, must attend an informational how-to-apply seminar prior to first application.

Capelli d’ Angeli Foundation

Category: Grants & Financial Resources, Emergency Relief Funding

Eligibility: for women currently with or have had cancer

Deadline: Rolling

References:

http://www.capellidangelifoundation.org

Description: $500 grant

Jerome Foundation

Category: Grants & Financial Resources

Eligibility: Emerging artists in New York City and Minnesota.

Deadline: February and July

References:

http://www.jeromefdn.org/

Description: Grants on behalf of artists for the creation, development, and production of new works by

Kala Art Institute

Category: Residency, Grants & Financial Resources

Eligibility:

Deadline: March 15, July 15, and October 15

References:

http://www.kala.org/air/air_desc.html

Description: Artist-in-Residence Program plus Fellowship Awards.

Karrvaz Foundation

Category: Residency

Eligibility: In Spain with scholarship, students welcome

Deadline:

References:

http://www.karrvaz.com

Description: All in Spanish

Kentucky Foundation for Women, Inc. – Louisville, KY. The Artist Enrichment grant provides opportunities for feminist artists and arts organizations to further their artistic development to create art for positive social change. The Art Meets Activism grant supports feminist artists and organizations in actively engaging individuals and communities in artmaking that is directly focused on positive social change in Kentucky.
Deadline: First week of September, First week of March
http://www.kfw.org/grants.html/

Lake Region Arts Council, Inc. Fergus Falls, MN

Deadline:

www.lrac4.org  – website currently under maintenance

Luce Foundation, Inc., Henry, The – The program supports exhibitions, publications and research that emphasize an aesthetic approach to American art, specifically scholarly study of painting, sculpture, prints, drawings, decorative arts, photography, and architecture. New York, NY

Deadline: Submit letter of inquiry

http://www.hluce.org/americanart.aspx

Money for Women/Barbara Deming Memorial fund – grants of $500 to $1500 visual artists and writers

Deadline: June 30th and December 31st

http://demingfund.org/

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The – Fellowships are available to students currently enrolled in a Master’s or Doctorate degree or who recently completed (within one year) a Master’s or Doctorate degree. Fellows are provided a stipend of $12.50 per hour for 350 hours, totaling $4,375.

Deadline: March 3

http://www.mfah.org/programs-for/page/about-internship-program/

National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts – Miami, FL

Deadline:TBA

http://www.youngarts.org/apply

National Sculpture Society, Inc. The Ettl Grant is an unrestricted prize of $5,000* sponsored by the National Sculpture Society. It is awarded annually to a figurative or realist sculptor who has demonstrated a commitment to sculpting and outstanding ability in his or her body of work. The Ettl Grant is for a mature body of work; sculpture created in workshop or instructional settings should not be submitted.

Deadline: October 1

http://www.nationalsculpture.org/nssN/index.cfm/fa/cProg.ettl

NCECA Graduate Student Fellowship- No previous major Grant/Fellowship, This is an annual award open to NCECA Members who are full-time graduate students matriculated in a degree program at an accredited college, university or art institute in the U.S. at the time of the application deadline. Applications are to be supported by two (2) letters of recommendation. One from a current instructor and one from another instructor or professional ceramist. The student must make a project proposal for use of the $2,000.00 award.
Deadline:January 29
http://www.nceca.net/static/about_scholarships_home.php

Centre for Anatomy  & Human Identification – University of Dundee post graduate extended education in a unique field

http://cahid.dundee.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate-courses/msc-forensic-art

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft – Media accepted: Wood, Glass, Metal, Fiber, Clay, and Mixed Media. 5 to10 residencies awarded. 3, 6, 9, and 12 month residencies available, Residency cycle begins in September and ends in August, Residency start dates and length determined by program review panel, $500 monthly stipend, $300 quarterly housing/materials allowance, 24 hour access to 200-square-foot artist studios equipped with sinks, telephones, and wireless Internet access

Deadline: March 1

http://www.crafthouston.org/artists/residents/apply-to-program/

MudFlat Studio – September 1 – August 31 Residency. Private 90 sq. foot studio space. 24 hour access. A monthly stipend of $50, to be applied to clay materials and firing costs. Opportunities to teach in our educational programs and for retail sales at our Open Studio events and at Mudflat Gallery. Solo exhibition and reception at Mudflat in August to showcase work created during the residency year. Mudflat Studio, Inc. 81 Broadway
Somerville, MA 02145 phone: 617-628-0589

Deadline: April 2014

http://www.mudflat.org/

Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center – Paid Denmark Residency with up to 12 artists. Workspace: 2.500 DKK per month
Deadline: Rolling
http://ceramic.dk/

Carbondale Clay Center – Located in Colorado, the CCC’s Artist Residency Program is comprised of two programs: a Studio Technician Residency and 12 Month Residency.
Deadline: April 3 Materials DUE at the Clay Center (not postmarked!)

http://carbondaleclay.org/residents.html

Haystack Mountain School of CraftOpen Studio Residency is a new program that provides two weeks of studio time and an opportunity to work in a supportive community of makers. The program accommodates approximately fifty participants—from the craft field and other creative disciplines—who will have uninterrupted time to work in six studios (ceramics, fiber, graphics, iron, jewelry, and wood) to develop ideas and experiment in various media. Participants can choose to work in one particular studio or move among studios depending on the nature of their work. All of the studios will be staffed by technicians who can assist with projects.
Deadline: March 1

http://www.haystack-mtn.org/

The Ceramics Center – In Cedar Rapids Iowa can accommodate up to six Resident Artists. Residencies are typically for a 12 month period of time. Longer or shorter terms can be negotiated as necessary and appropriate.

Deadline: May 1

http://www.theceramicscenter.org/

Jentel Residency: Located in Wyoming. 4-week free residency with small stipend. Letters of recommendation are needed.

Deadline: Sept 15 for Jan 15 – May 13 session AND Jan 15 for May 15 – Dec 13 session.
http://www.jentelarts.org/

John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Artist-in-Residence Program, 608 New York Ave, Sheboygan, WI 53081. Tel. 920-458-6144. Fax. 920-458-4473. Art/Industry program makes industrial technologies and facilities available to artists through long-term residencies, short-term workshops, tours, and other programming so that they may further their artistic explorations. Artists have the opportunity to spend two to six months creating works of art utilizing industrial materials and equipment. Artists-in-residence are provided with studio space in the factory which is accessible to them 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In addition, they receive free materials, use of equipment, technical assistance, photographic

services, housing, round-trip transportation within the continental United States from their homes to the site, and weekly honoraria.

Deadline: April 1, 2014 for the 2015 calendar year.

http://www.jmkac.org/

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Selected NYC Professional Development, Grants and Subsidized Space. Fellowships to Assist Research and Artistic Creation. Eligibility: two annual competitions: one open to citizens and permanent residents of the United States and Canada, and the other open to citizens and permanent residents of Latin America and the Caribbean. Discipline: all (writers, composers, arts, filmmakers, choreographers, photographers, etc.) Session: >6 months (usually around 1 year)

Deadline: United States and Canada September 19; Latin America and the Caribbean December 1.

www.gf.org

Kimmel Harding Nelson– residency in Omaha at a previous school.

Deadline: March 1 for July – December session AND September 1 for January – June session

http://www.khncenterforthearts.org/residency.php

Kuenstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral www.balmoral.de six 6 month residencies. Villenpromenade 11, 
56130 Bad Ems, 
Germany. Phone: 0049 2603 9419 0 Fax: 0049 2603 9419 16 Contact: Dr. Danièle Perrier info@balmoral.de

UNSURE: This is all in German

Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder (LKV) in Trondheim, Norway. Great residency program.

Deadline: June 1

http://www.lkv.no/eng/guest-recidency.htm

Lawndale Arts Center: Nine month residency (September-May) open calls for artists outside of Houston.

Deadline: Applications for the 2014-2015 Lawndale Artist Studio Program will be available in the spring of 2014. Please join our mailing list for information on this and other artist opportunities.

http://www.lawndaleartcenter.org/

LEF Foundation, 945 Green Street, #9, San Francisco, CA 94133. Tel. 415-441-959. Fax. 415-441-2161. The Foundation funds projects, programs, and services which encourage the positive interchange between the arts and their physical and cultural environment. It hopes to assist innovative efforts seeking to expand the boundaries of artistic express and create new ideas and opportunities that affirm the constructive link between the arts and the conditions of contemporary life. Limited to non-profit organizations or individuals applying under the umbrella of a non-profit corportion. Projects may involve: visual, media and literary arts, public art, environmental art, architecture, landscape architecture,

design and inter-disciplinary collaborations.

Deadline: June 6

http://www.lef-foundation.org/

Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Fellowship in Curatorial Practice, Lewise Gluckman Gallery, University College Cork, Ireland. Tel. 00-353-21-4901844. Fax. 00-353-21-4901823. The GIucksman is currently offering a Fellowship in CuratoriaI Practice for a one year period. The Fellowship offers a graduate-level candidate the opportunity to gain professional curatorial experience in an internationally significant gallery. The Fellowship is aimed at those who wish to pursue a professional curatorial career in an institutional context.

Deadline: Announced on rolling basis, email for info

http://www.glucksman.org

Lillstreet Art Center, Lill Street Studios, 4401 North Ravenswood, Chicago, Illinois 60514. Tel. 773-769-4226. Lillstreet Art Center supports the arts through an artist residency program, gallery, studio space, education and outreach program. We are dedicated to bringing artists and audience together through our commitment to promoting, supporting and encouraging the fine arts.

Deadline: April 15, 2014

http://lillstreet.com/artist-in-residence-application

http://www.lillstreet.com/

Location One International Residency Program. NYC Artist Residency Programs, 26 Greene Street, New York, NY 10013 (212) 334-3347; Discipline: Tech artists, new media technology, painting, sculpture, installation, video, photography, sound; Session: 5 to 10 months; Eligibility: working artist with at least 3 years of practice and some exhibition history. Current Students not eligible.

Deadline: Rolling applications

http://www.location1.org/

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council LMCC, SWING SPACE PROGRAM NYC Artist residencies, art services and grants.

Deadline: Past for 2014-15. Visit site for updated info

http://www.lmcc.net/

MacDowell Colony. Artists Residencies: Out of NYC Metro Area. Peterborough, New Hampshire; The MacDowell Colony 100 High Street, Peterborough, NH 03458; Tel: 603-924-3886; admissions@macdowellcolony.org Session: 4 months; Discipline: all

Deadline: April 15, Sept 15, Jan 15.

http://www.macdowellcolony.org/apply.html

Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation: The Space Program. The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation,

830 North Tejon Street, Suite 120, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 635-3220, Email: office@sharpeartfdn.org Studios are located in DUMBO in New York City; Visual artists 21 and over are invited to submit proposals for FREE Studio Spaces. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. Residents, and not in school at the time of residency. Emerging, mid-career and older artists are encouraged to apply. The 17 studios are non-living spaces for the making of new works of art. There is no stipend or equipment provided. Juried by a panel of artists. Studios are available for periods of up to one year. Artists who presently have a studio larger than 400 sq. ft. in New York City are not eligible.

Deadline: January annually

http://sharpeartfdn.qwestoffice.net/

MASS MOCA

Category: Internships 1040 MASS MoCA Way, North Adams, MA 01247, Office: 413-664-4481 Ext. 8132, Fax is 413-664-4519 We offer year round internships in such departments as – Visual Arts, Performing Arts Production, Performing Arts Administration, Marketing/Public Relations, Box Office, and Graphic Design. The dates of the internship are June 1 – September 1. Our application process requires cover letter, resume, and 2 letters of reference sent via email, mail, or fax. Meghan Robertson, Company Manager.

Deadline: March 1

http://www.massmoca.org

internapp@massmoca.org

McColl Artists-in-residence (national & international) & affiliate artists (only available to Charlotte locals).

Deadline: Ongoing based on inquiry

http://www.mccollcenter.org

Media Arts, Film/Video/Art, Media Arts Program, Room 720, National Endowment for the Arts, Nancy Hanks Center, 1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, DC 20506 Tel. 202-682-5400. The basic aims of the Program are fostered by the encouragement of new work by artists of exceptional talent; the distribution of that work through exhibition, broadcast, cable, and cassette; and the preservation of the highly vulnerable heritage of this youngest of the arts. Categories in the Film/Video Art Section, encourage and support the creation or completion of film/video artworks of the highest quality. Irrespective of subject or genre, productions must emphasize creative use of the media, fulfilling and, when possible, extending their artistic possibilities. Projects may include documentary, experimental, animated, and narrative works. Matching grants to organizations range from $20,000 to $75,000. Non-matching grants to individuals range from $10,000 to $35,000.

http://www.nea.gov/

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10028. Tel. 212-535-7710. The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers annual resident fellowships in art history to qualified graduate students at the pre-doctoral level as well as to postdoctoral researchers. Projects should relate to the Museum’s collections. The fields of research for art history candidates include Asian art; arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas; antiquities; arms and armor, costumes; drawings, illuminated manuscripts; paintings, photographs, prints, sculpture, textiles, and Western art. Some art history fellowships for travel abroad are also available for students whose projects involve firsthand examination of paintings in major European collections. Many Fellowships available.

http://www.metmuseum.org/research/internships-and-fellowships

Millay Colony for the Arts, 454 East Hill Road, P.O. Box 3, Austerlitz, NY 12017. Tel. 518-392-3103.

Contact: Calliope Nicholas, Residency Director. Season: year-round. Environment: 600 acre estate of Edna St. Vincent Millay All creative artists except performing artists; no families. Five summer residencies of one month. Three winter residencies of two months. Bedroom. separate studio. and board provided for visual artists. No other aid.

Deadline: Annually October 1

http://www.millaycolony.org/

Momenta Art. Galleries in New York City that accept submissions ;359 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211; We accept materials September 15 through April 15. We accept documentation of artwork through slides, CDs, DVDs, and VHS tape. We do not accept original artwork. Please include a resume, statement, and a self addressed envelope for the return of materials. Materials sent without return postage or sent via e-mail will not be reviewed. Please allow six weeks for a response. We suggest that you visit Momenta Art before submitting materials to see if Momenta Art is an appropriate venue for your work.

Deadline: Annually January

www.momentaart.org/momenta-art-submission-policy.html

Montalvo Center for the Arts, P.O. Box 158, Saratoga. CA 95071. Contact: Residence Committee. Tel. 408- 961-5800. Fax. 408-961-5850.Application deadline: none. Season: year-round. Environment: peaceful, secluded private estate on 176 acres. with arboretum. gallery, museum. theater. concerts. Six artists are housed in 3 apartments and 3 guest cottages. There is a studio barn for visual artists. There are scholarships for the 3-month residencies, with possibility of 3-month extensions. Job opportunities are also available.

http://www.montalvoarts.org/

Moravian Tile Works, 130 Swamp Road, Doylestown, PA 18901. Tel. 215-345-6722. Apprenticeships for ceramists who want to explore tile making. Moldmaking Internships for a position for those who want training in plaster mold making. 3 Day Workshops for those with some experience in ceramics. Classes available in tile and mosaic making.

Deadline: April 1 & July 1

http://www.buckscounty.org/government/MoravianPotteryTileworks/MoravianPotteryandTileWorks/educational-programs/apprenticeship

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Finding Jobs and Other Opportunities Online

www.nyc.gov/html/dcla/html/home/home.shtml

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) 155 Avenue of the Americas, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10013-1507, Phone: 212.366.6900 Fax: 212.366.1778 The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) helps artists turn inspiration into art by giving more money and support to individual artists and arts organizations than any other comparable institution in the U.S. Our goal is to provide the time and resources for the creative mind and the artistic spirit to think, work, and prosper.

http://www.nyfa.org

Email: NYFAweb@nyfa.org

New York Percent for the Art Program. Percent for Art, Department of Cultural Affairs, 31 Chambers Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10007. Tel. 212-643-7770. Under this program art work is commissioned, purchased or restored for eligible, city-owned, new construction or major renovation projects. Budgets range from $10,000 to $400,000 (based on 1% of the capital construction costs of the project). Ten to fifteen projects are reviewed each year. Artists are chosen by artist selection panels, and the Artist Slide Registry is an essential component of the selection process.

Deadline: Rolling

http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcla/html/home/home.shtml

New York Times. Finding Jobs and Other Opportunities Online

http://www.nytimes.com/pages/jobs/index.html

New York University (Human Resources and Office of Career Services)Finding Jobs and Other Opportunities Online. Human Resources. Apply for jobs online using MATCH (Managing Applications Through Computerized Help) Finding Jobs and Other Opportunities Online

http://www.nyu.edu/hr

NURTUREart. Online Artist Catalogs/Slide Registries; 910 Grand Street Brooklyn, NY 11211; Tel: 718-782-7755 Fax: 309-279-0571; registry@nurtureart.org ;NURTUREart Artist Registry; Discipline: Visual Arts; Eligibility: All but artists with exclusive commercial gallery representation; NURTUREart Emerging Curators’ Program; Session: 1 year; Discipline: Curatorial Exhibitions; Eligibility: All emerging independent curators with proposals for group exhibitions with six or more artists, a minimum of 50% of which must currently belong to the NURTUREart Artists’ registry.

Deadline: March 15

http://nurtureart.org/?page_id=341/

Ohio Arts Council, 727 East Main Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205, Tel. 614-466-2613. Fax. 614-644-4494. Various grants and programs available to artists, as well as residencies.

http://www.oac.state.oh.us/

Art List, Opportunities for visual artists and photographers, http://www.theartlist.com/

ArtCareer.net, Job listserve, http://www.artcareer.net/

ArtDeadline.net, This listserve requires a subscription, but also has free components to browse. Includes competitions, jobs, internships, scholarships, grants, fellowships, festivals, and calls for entry. http://artdeadline.net/

Artengine, Artengine is an Ottawa-based collective of artists, technologists and interested members of the general public with strong ties to the local, national and international community of technologically-based artists. Artengine presents, promotes and enables technologically based artistic creation. http://www.artengine.ca/index-en.php

Ella Lyman Cabot Trust, The ELCT, a tax-exempt organization, supports persons with charitable, religious, artistic, educational, and scientific projects that promote the good of others. By virtue of its Grantor’s intent, the ELCT does not make grants: To institutions, organizations, group endeavors

For scholarships, research, or vocational training;  To artists, writers, or film makers soliciting support for artistic works, writing or publication of a book, or the production of a film, unless such ends are secondary to a project that meets purposes the trustees do support. Applications can be submitted throughout the year, although grants are made only twice: in the Spring (usually May) and the Fall (usually December). http://www.cabottrust.org/

Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation, Financial assistance for artists working in a representational style of painting, drawing, sculpture, or printmaking and are in the early stages of career development. http://www.elizabethgreenshieldsfoundation.org/

Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Inc., The Fine Arts Work Center offers a unique residency for writers and visual artists in the crucial early stages of their careers. Located in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Deadline for visual artist applications is February 1. http://web.fawc.org/program

Colorado Art Education Association

Grant

Must be CAEA member

April 15

yes
http://caeaco.org

Student Art Educator Grants $500.00 twice a year.

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Strategic grants, scholarships

Various eligibility requirements

Various dates and deadlines

http://www.siliconvalleycf.org

Scholarships up to $40,000 to high school, community college and university students. Various corporate advised and strategic grants.

Staten Island Arts

Grants

Most grants are for Staten Island Residents

Various dates and deadlines

http://statenislandarts.org

All first-time applicants must attend a workshop. Applicants who have not received a grant in 2 years are strongly encouraged to attend. These informational sessions are a public service to explain the application process.Grant amounts for each fiscal year (July 1-June 30) will be capped at $7,500 for any individual or $10,000 for any organization.

Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation

Grants

Various eligibility requirements

March 3, August 29

www.grdodge.org

General operating support and project support for New Jersey residents pursuing fine art, arts education, environmentalism, media and public policy

Richard H. Driehaus Foundation

Grants

Various eligibility requirements

March 3, July 7, and December 1

www.driehausfoundation.org

Various large sum funding for specific arts and culture programs

Ella Lyman Cabot Trust

Grants

Cannot be for institutions, organizations or group endeavors

March 15 and October 15

www.cabottrust.org

Large sum grants for individual projects that will change the world. The ELCT supports persons with charitable, religious, artistic, educational, and scientific projects that promote the good of others. Important as the proposed project’s value to others and the probability of success may be, it is the impact of a proposed project on the individual carrying it out that the trustees consider most important in deciding which applicants to support.

Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation

Grants

Must be over 18

Rolling deadlines

http://www.elizabethgreenshieldsfoundation.org/main.html

Large sum grants issued to artists in the early stages of their lifelong art careers who work in representational styles of painting, drawing, sculpting, and printmaking.

Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation

Grants

Eligibility

May 15-July 15

http://chenvenfoundation.org/

The Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation gives annual awards to individual artists and craftspersons living and working in the United States, and who are engaged in or planning a new craft or visual art project. Applicants should have a developed body of work. The Foundation does not accept film, video, performance art or music submissions.

Studio Museum Harlem

Residency, Internship

Must be of African or Latino descent

April 1, March 31

www.studiomuseum.org

11 month Artist-in-Residence for visual artists of African and Latino descent. $20,000 fellowship with $1000.00 material stipend. Summer 2014 Internship Season: Monday, June 2–August 8, 2014, Required commitment: Minimum 20 hours/week, stipend of $1600.

Virginia A. Groot Foundation

Grants

Must be over 21

March 1

www.virginiaagrootfoundation.org

For ceramic artists at any stage of career. Grants are from $5000.00-35,000.00.

Women’s Studio Workshop

Residency grants, internships

Eligibility

April 1

www.wsworkshop.org

Six-eight week studio residency grant. $350 per week, $500 for materials, $250 for travel. Residencies occur 1-2 years after application submittal.

Professionals for Nonprofits, Inc. Finding Jobs and Other Opportunities Online. Search under Job Seekers http://www.nonprofitstaffing.com

Rang Cultural Foundation Fellowship, Asian Cultural Council, 437 Madison Avenue, 37th Floor, New York, New York 10022-7001.Tel. 212-812-4300. Fax. 212-812-4299. The program funds artists and specialists from Korea pursuing research, study, and creative work in the United States, primarily in the technical theater arts. The program also funds American specialists traveling to Korea and Asian artists presenting workshops and surveying arts activities in Korea.

http://www.asianculturalcouncil.org/

Ragdale Foundation, 1260 N. Green Bay Rd., Lake Forest, IL 60045. Tel. 847-234-1063. Room, board, studio and small stipend provided. Application deadline: none. Season. year-round, two weeks to two months. Environment: large. old estate on national historic register Averages 10 to 12 guests on beautiful grounds. Bedrooms and studios for visual artists, no families. Some financial aid is available as well as job opportunities.

http://www.ragdale.org/residency

Res Artis: A worldwide network of artist-residencies and residential art centers. www.resartis.org

Re-title.com sends out an international email newsletter of art opportunities that you can join for free.

http://www.re-title.com/about/service_information_artists.asp

Rome Prize: 11-month residency with stipend, need letters of recommendation. http://www.aarome.org/

Salem Art Works SAW, 19 Cary Lane, Salem, New York 12865, Tel: (518) 854 7674, Fax: (518) 854 7684 nonprofit art center and sculpture park located in rural Upstate New York supporting both emerging and established artists in the creation of new and progressive work. Email: info@salemartworks.com http://salemartworks.com/

Santa Fe Institute Residencies http://www.sfai.org/applications.html

Sculpture Center. NYC Artist Residency Programs 44-19 Purves Street, Long Island City, NY 11101 Tel: 718-361-1750; Fax: 718-786-9336; E-mail: info@sculpture-center.org; Artists-in-Residence are invited by the Executive Director based on recommendations from international advisors. There is no application for this program. www.sculpture-center.org

Sculpture Space, Director, 12 Gates St., Utica, 13502. Tel. 315-724-8381. 1 to 2 month residencies for sculptors as well as job opportunities. http://www.sculpturespace.org/

Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, 90 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016. Tel. 212-687-4470. Fax. 212-697-3248. Fellowships are awarded to artists who have already demonstrated exceptional creative ability. Appointments are ordinarily made for one year, and in no instance for a period shorter than six consecutive months. The amounts of the grants will be adjusted to the needs of the Fellows, considering their other resources and the purpose and scope of their plans. Members of the teaching profession receiving sabbatical leave on full or part salary are eligible for appointment. http://www.gf.org/

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Artists Residencies: Out of NYC Metro Area. For contact information: http://skowheganart.org/contact.html Session: 9 weeks (summer); Discipline: Visual Artists Eligibility: Individual sculptors and painters age 21+ http://skowheganart.org

Smack Mellon. NYC Artist Residency Programs, 92 Plymouth St. Brooklyn, New York 11201

Artist Studio Program; Session: 1 year; The program provides artists working in all visual arts media a free private studio space and a $2000 to $5000 fellowship. The program does not provide living space. Artists also have access to shared facilities that include a fabrication shop, G4 computer with editing, DVD burner and CD read/write capabilities, scanners, VCR and monitor, high-speed Internet access via T1 lines and technical support. Three of the artists selected will receive an Emerging Artist Fellowship funded by the New York Community Trust.

http://www.smackmellon.org/

Stonehouse- four week residency in CA; space and living provided http://www.stonehouseresidency.org/

Trans Artists http://www.transartists.nl a knowledge centre on artist-in-residence opportunities.

Vermont Studio Center. Artists Residencies: Out of NYC Metro Area. Johnson, VT; Post Office Box 613, 80 Pearl Street, Johnson, Vermont 05656; Phone: 802-635-2727; Fax: 802-635-2730; E-mail: info@vermontstudiocenter.org Session: 4-12 weeks; Discipline: 24 painters, 12 writers, 12 sculptors, 2 photographers and 3 printmakers each month; Eligibility: merit, not financial need http://www.vermontstudiocenter.org

Village Voice Classifieds. Finding Jobs and Other Opportunities Online

http://www.villagevoice.com

Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, 154 San Angelo Drive, Amherst, VA 24521. Tel. 434- 946-7236. Fax. 434-946-7239.Application deadline: none. Season: all year. Environment: Mt. St. Angelo. a 19th century estate adjacent to the rural campus of Sweet Briar College. All performing artists no families. Average 20 guests at a time. for two weeks to three month residencies. There are individual bedrooms in dorms. and individual studios. Artists have full use of recreational facilities at the College, and opportunities exist for fellows to give readings or exhibits. Stipend of $15/day and some financial aid possible.

http://www.vcca.com/

Wasserman Center for Career Development. Finding Jobs and Other Opportunities Online ; Helpful information: career guides, employer directories, literature on private, public and non-profit organizations, Internet resources, computers and laser printers for resume and cover letter preparation.

http://www.nyu.edu/careerservices

Watershed-Center for Ceramic Arts, 19 Brick Hill Road, Newcastle, ME 04553. Tel. 207-882-6075. Fax. 207-882-6045. Residencies, Assistantships, Internships and studio rentals available. http://www.watershedceramics.org/

Wave Hill. Galleries in New York City that accept submissions. Galleries in New York City that accept submissions;

West 249th Street and Independence Avenue (front gate)

675 West 252nd Street (mailing) , Bronx, NY 10471-2899; The Visual Arts Program at Wave Hill presents the work of contemporary artists who explore, demonstrate, or otherwise reflect upon the dynamic relationship between people and nature through exhibitions in Glyndor Gallery, Sunroom Project Spaces, and generated@wavehill. Public programs with exhibiting artists also accompany the exhibitions. General Opportunities: The curators identify artists to exhibit at Wave Hill in many different ways. Artists may submit their work for consideration for annual submission by November 12, 2010.

Sunroom Project Space Program: is a venue for New York-area emerging artists to develop new work to exhibit in one of the two windowed sunrooms in the ground floor of Glyndor House. The 2012 Sunroom Project Space application will be available February 2011. Glyndor Gallery: Thematic group or project-focused exhibitions are curated for the spring, summer and fall that generally combine painting, sculpture, works on paper, installation, photography and some video. The gallery occupies three spacious rooms and other ancillary spaces on the main floor of this Georgian Revival house. The rooms are very flexible with excellent light, but cannot be fully darkened. Winter Workspace Program: from January – March, the galleries are turned over to artists to use as workspace. Participatory projects that engage the public and artists who are interested in studying our collection are encouraged. Selections for the 2011 season will be based on nominations. Download application here. http://www.wavehill.org/arts

White Columns Curated Artist Registry

Artist Registry

http://registry.whitecolumns.org/

For all disciplines. Artist may submit up to15 images, a statement and a biography. Proposals for group exhibitions and other projects are welcome. However we ask that you submit only a brief written outline of the proposed exhibition or project.

Worcester Center for Crafts

Residency

May 15

http://www.worcestercraftcenter.org/

The Worcester Center for Crafts provides several opportunities for professional artisans and those who aspire to practice craft professionally to grow in their knowledge and skills. The Artists-in-Residence program is a 10-month residency that includes a private studio, 24-hour access, the opportunity to teach and exposure to other talented artists who can serve as peers and mentors in your growth process. Residencies are available in ceramics, glass, metals, weaving and wood.

Yaddo

Residency

January 1, August 1

http://yaddo.org/yaddo/ApplicationHighlights.shtml

Artists who qualify for Yaddo residencies are working at the professional level in their fields. An abiding principle at Yaddo is that applications for residency are judged on the quality of the artist’s work and professional promise. Yaddo accepts approximately 200 artists each year. There are no publication, exhibition or performance requirements for application. For writers, visual artists, composers, choreographers, performance artists, filmmakers, video artists. Sessions are up to 2 months.

John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Residency

April 1

http://www.jmkac.org/index.php/artsindustry-residency

Participants are exposed to a body of technical knowledge that enables them to explore forms and concepts not possible in their own studios as well as new ways of thinking and working. Applications are for a year in advance.

Mendocino Art Center

Residency

Must hold a BA, BFA, or MFA

April 11

http://www.mendocinoartcenter.org/level2/artist.lasso

The Artist In Residency program was developed to bring emerging and established studio artists to this unique Northern California region. It provides both time and space for AIRs to develop their work. The MAC residency year runs from the third week in September to mid-May and offers opportunities in ceramics, fiber arts, fine art, jewelry sculpture/blacksmithing and writing.

Dorland Mountain,Southern California

Residency

http://www.dorlandartscolony.org/

Application postmarked 30 days prior to requested dates

Visual artists, writers, composers, photographers; acceptance based on artistic merit and promise

Edward Albee Foundation, Montauk, Long Island, N.Y.

Residency

http://www.albeefoundation.org/Welcome.html

Applications accepted starting Jan. 1, must be postmarked by March 1st, and must arrive by March 8th

Acceptance based on talent and need

Eflux (electronic flux corporation) and Artandeducation.net

General Resources

http://www.e-flux.com/

http://www.artandeducation.net/

The Elizabeth Foundation

Residency, Grant

http://www.efanyc.org/residency/

Deadline is May 1st each year

Working professional visual artists who demonstrate professional achievement and commitment to career and are 30 years or older, U.S citizens or legal residents, Discipline: Painting, Sculpture, Drawing and Printmaking

Fine Arts Work Center,  Provincetown, MA

Residency

http://www.fawc.org

Application deadline: February 1

Young candidates of outstanding promise, and older, established artists

Foundation Center (RFP Bulletin and Job Corner)

Employment, General resources

http://foundationcenter.org/

Franklin Furnace Archive Inc

Residency, Grant

http://franklinfurnace.org/artists/franklin_furnace_fund/index.php

April 1

Carbondale Clay Center: Carbondale, Colorado

Residency

http://www.grandarts.com/about.html

Materials DUE AT THE Clay Center (not postmarked!) Thursday, April 3,

Snow Farm New England Craft Program: Williamsburg, Massachusetts

workshops

http://www.snowfarm.org

Baltimore Clay  Works:

Residency

http://www.baltimoreclayworks.org

deadlines: April 15

Taos Clay Residency: Taos, New Mexico

Residency

http://www.loganwannamaker.com/residency..

taking applications for residency beginning May 1st, 2014

MFA, BFA preferred.

Adamah Clay Studios, Dodgeville,WI.,

Workshops

http://www.bethelhorizons.org/Horizons/Art_Ventures/Art_ventures.html,

The Clay Studio of Missoula: Missoula, MT.

Residency

http://www.theclaystudioofmissoula.org/

APRIL 3, 2014 (apply by Midnight MDT!)

Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, MN,

Residency

http://www.northernclaycenter.org/

Friday, April 18, 2014 by 5 pm

International Ceramics Studio: near Kecskemét, Hungary

Residency

http://www.icshu.org/residency.html

no application deadline

Art in General

General resources

http://www.artingeneral.org/

Greenwich House Pottery  New York, New York

Workshops

www.greenwichhousepottery.org

Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts & Sciences Rabun Gap, GA

Residency

Apply from March 1st through April 15th for the September through December residency period.  Apply from August 1st through September 15th for the mid-February through April residency period.

www.hambidge.org/

Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, ME

Workshops

http://www.haystack-mtn.org/

Helene Wurlitzer Foundation Taos, NM

Residency

http://www.artistcommunities.org/wurlitzer.html

no deadline

Idealist (Action without Borders). Finding Jobs and Other Opportunities Online

Employment.

http://www.idealist.org/career/career.html

Artists Space

Offers workshops on grant writing

General resources

http://artistsspace.org/programs

Artshow.com

Links to regional, national, international arts organizations that have competitions and grants info.

General resources

http://www.artshow.com/

The Ceramics Center: Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Residency

http://www.theceramicscenter.org:

May 1st

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, 724 South 12th Street, Omaha, NE 68102. Tel. 402-341-7130. Fax. 402-341- 9791. Residencies provide well-equipped studio spaces, living accommodations, installation spaces, an outdoor work area, and $750 monthly stipends. Located in two urban warehouses totaling 110,000 square feet, facilities are designed to foster creativity and the productive exchange of ideas. Artists from the world come to the Bemis Center to work in this supportive community and confront new challenges. Facilities include a full wood shop, Plasma Cutter
Oxy/Acetylene tanks, 
Millermatic mig welder, 
Welding table
, Angle grinder, 
Double wheel bench grinder, 
Metal chop saw, 
8’ steel table, 
Drill press, 

Cutting torches
, Bailey cone 10 electric kiln, inside dimensions: 31″W x 42″L x 27″D. Application cycles are as of now (2/28/14) closed.

http://bemiscenter.org/

Bogliasco Fellowship Program, The Bogliasco Foundation, 10 Rockefeller PIaza, 16th FIoor, New York NY 10020- 1903. Bogliasco Fellowships take place at the Liguria Study Center in Italy, and are awarded, without regard to nationality, to qualified persons doing advanced creative work or scholarly research in the following disciplines: Archaeology, Architecture, Classics, Dance, Film or Video, History, Landscape Architecture, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theater, Visual Arts. The facilities do not include any sculpture or ceramic equipment, only living quarters and painting/drawing oriented studios. Approximately 50 Bogliasco Fellowships are awarded each year. They are scheduled during the two semesters of the traditional academic year. http://www.liguriastudycenter.org/

Brookfield Craft Center, 286 Whisconier Road, P.O. Box 122, Brookfield, CT 06804. Tel. 203-775-4526. Studio space provided. No housing, No stipend. Cost $250.00 per month. Jobs available. http://www.brookfieldcraftcenter.org/

Brooklyn Arts Council- grants available to Brooklyn based artists for Brooklyn based projects http://www.brooklynartscouncil.org for artist registry, organizations, seminars, and joining a mailing list for deadlines and events to be sent to your email

Brooklyn Arts Exchange (BAX). Selected NYC Professional Development, Grants and Subsidized Space,

421 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215; Tel: (718) 832-0018, info@bax.org ;Discipline: Dance, Theater, Performance; Eligibility: Must be a Brooklyn resident; Session: Summer and Fall space grants; Applications: Generally available in March; Space Grant Program: 70 hours of developmental rehearsal space concluding in a showcase performance. The Space Grant Program is designed to give Brooklyn based choreographers, playwrights, and multi-disciplinary art- ists the opportunity to create new work in a setting that is conducive to working deeply and exploring new territory. We actively seek artists who can demonstrate need for our space and the ability to work effectively. All awardees present some or all of the work created during the BAX Performance Season. Artists who have received previous space grants must wait three years before reapplying. Applicants must be Brooklyn Residents. http://www.bax.org

Bronx Council on the Arts www.bronxarts.org The Bronx Council on the Arts 2013-2014 Community Arts Grant application deadline is October 18.The purpose of the Community Arts Grant is to provide funds (on average $1000 – $1400, but can be as high as $5000) to support art projects in Bronx neighborhoods, support teaching artists doing short residencies at Bronx public schools as well as providing individual artists with funds to create new works of art. Eligible organizations and artists must be Bronx-based.

Burlington City Residency: VT, Two-month residency, $2000 stipend and living.

http://www.burlingtoncityarts.com/opportunities/sevenbelow_residence/

Bunting Institute of Radcliffe College, Fellowship Program, 34 Concord Ave., Cambridge, MA 01238. Tel. 617-495- 8212. Fellowship to support women who wish to pursue independent work in academic and professional fields and in the creative arts. Studio space and access to resources of Radcliffe and Harvard made available. Job opportunities offered.

http://www.radcliffe.edu/fellowships/

Bush Foundation, Artist Fellows Program, Bush Foundation, 332 Minnesota Street, East 900, St. PauI, Minnesota 55101. Tel. 651-227-0891

Fax. 651-297-6485. Artists may use the fellowship in many ways o explore new directions, continue work already in progress, or accomplish work not financially feasible otherwise. Annually, the Bush Artist Fellows program supports up to 15 artists at any stage of

their life’s work from early to mature. Grants are made in eight categories that rotate on a two-year cycle. Fellows re- ceive $44,000 each for fellowships that may last from 12 to 24 months.

http://www.bushfoundation.org

Byrdcliffe Artist in Residence Program, Woodstock NY. I month residencies June — Sept for visual artists, com- posers and writers.http://www.woodstockguild.org/byrdclifferesidencies/htm

Café Online call for entry and application site (pay per) https://www.callforentry.org/index.php

California Arts Council, Artists in Residence Program, 1300 Street, Suite 930, Sacramento, CA 95814. Tel. 916-332- 6555 or 800-201-6201. Fax. 916-322-6575. This program provides funding for projects which emphasize long-term, in- depth interaction between professional artists and the public through workshops and classes sponsored by schools, nonprofit organizations, units of government, and tribal councils. Each project is locally designed and developed by the artist and sponsoring organization. All residencies require that matching funds be provided by the sponsor organization. Artists receive $1300 in fees for 80 hours per month of project time; projects are a minimum of three months and most are 9-11 months. There are two categories and an individual artist may submit only one application in one of the following categories: Artists in Schools (AIS): Projects that take place in public or private nonprofit schools, grades K- 12, during school hours. Creating Public Value through the Arts (CPV): Projects that take place in nonprofit community organizations or a public or government agency.

http://www.cac.ca.gov/

Cambridge Arts Council (CAC), Public Art Program, 344 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139. Tel. 617-349-4380. Fax. 617-349-4669. The Public Art Program is the key resource to the art selection jurors. It is open to all artists and is used on an ongoing basis. Artists in the registry need to update their materials and slides to include primary work completed in the last two years. Artists are asked to submit up to 16 appropriately labeled slides of recent work accompanied by a resume, a statement on the nature of their work, and an artist’s information form. http://www2.cambridgema.gov/CAC/index.cfm

Capp Street Project, Temporary Off-Site Installation Program, Open and by invitation to artists working in any discipline. Residencies/Off-Site Installations, California College of the Arts, 1111 Eighth Street, San Francisco, CA 94107.Tel. 415-551-9210. A single artist or group of artists are selected by Capp Street’s Advisory Board to create and present a temporary, site-specific installation in a public setting in the Bay Area. Capp Street assists artists in finding a site, provides a budget, and facilitates community interaction. Artists present two public lectures in conjunction with the project. Selected artists are provided with up to $17,500 in financial support, assistance in soliciting in-kind donations, interaction with the community, advertising and documentation. Interested artists should first submit a letter of intent. After initial screening by the Capp Street staff, applicants are invited to prepare full proposals http://www.wattis.org/capp

Carnegie Mellon Studio Fellowships, STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890. Tel.412-268-3454. Fax. 412-268-2829. The STUDIO for Creative lnquiry in the College of Fine Arts at Carnegie Mellon University will select artists from across the spectrum of all the arts to receive residencies through an open, competitive application process. The residencies will be for one year. http://www.cmu.edu/studio/index.html

Ceramics Monthly, 735 Ceramic Place, Suite 100, Westerville, Ohio 43081. Tel. 800-342-3594. Has extensive listings of residencies and fellowship opportunities in the United States and international on website. http://www.ceramicsmonthly.org/

Chashama Subsidized Studios: Below market cost studio spaces for rent. Also have a program of making empty storefront spaces available to artists. http://www.visualarts@chashama.org

Chester Springs Studio, 1671 Art School Road, P.O. Box 329,Chester Springs, PA 19425. Tel. 610-827-7277. Fax. 610-827-7157.The Studio provides residency, teaching, and exhibition opportunities, for established and emerging artists from across the country, as well as for its regional artist faculty. Our art education program partner artists with communities through interactive classes, workshops, and lectures at the studio, as well as in neighborhoods and schools throughout Chester County. ***I found no evidence of residencies but they do offer workshops and classes  http://www.yellowsprings.org/about/mission.html

Chinati: 2-3 month residency, $1000 stipend, in Texas. Provides accommodations and access to museum, collection, and grounds but does not specify if the facilities can accommodate ceramic work. http://www.chinati.org/information/becomeartistresidence.php

Chronicle of Higher Education, 1255 Twenty-Third Street, N.W.Seventh Floor, Washington, D.C. 20037. Tel. 202- 466-1000. Fax: 202-452-1033. Job listings accessible.

http://chronicle.com/

Cite Internationale des Artes, 18 Rue de L’Hotel de Ville 75180, Paris, France. Tel. 33-1-42-78-71-72. Support for one year residencies in Paris. Job opportunities offered.

http://www.citedesartsparis.net/

Clay Art Center, 40 Beech Street, Port Chester, NY 10573. Tel. 914-937-2047. Fax. 914-937-1205. The Clay Art Center Ceramic Artist Residency program is a year long and commences in September and is uniquely designed for emerging artists who need time and space to develop their voice. Free firing, $100 stipend for materials, paid teaching opportunities, and solo show in gallery at end of residency.

http://www.clayartcenter.org/

Clay Studio, 139 North Second Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106. Tel. 215-925-3453. Fax. 215-925-7774. Many opportunities for artists available including the Resident Artist Program, Associate Artist Program, Guest Artist-in-Residence Program, Juried Solo Exhibitions Series, Evelyn Shapiro Foundation Fellowship, and the Marge Brown Kalodner Graduate Student Exhibition. Works may be mixed media, but clay must be primary medium. Application deadline for 2014—April 15th http://www.theclaystudio.org/

College Art Association, 275 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10001, Tel. 212-691-1051. Fax. 212-627-2381. Many opportunities available including awards, grants, fellowships, exhibition opportunities, residencies, workshops, exchanges, unpaid internships and jobs. Membership required for full access.

http://www.collegeart.org/

Connecticut Commission on the Arts, One Financial Plaza, 755 Main Street, Hartford, CT 06103. Tel. 860-256- 4770. Current Arts Division programs include artist fellowships, art in public space, arts endowment fund, directory of performing artists and teaching artists, urban artists initiative, volunteer lawyers for the arts, awards and recognition. Available to Connecticut based artist only. http://www.cultureandtourism.org

Core Program. Artists Residencies: Out of NYC Metro Area. Houston, TX; Glassell School of Art Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, P.O. Box 6826, Houston, TX 77265-6826; Tel: 713-639-7500; Fax: 713-639-7709; Eligibility: artists who have completed undergraduate and graduate training, but do not yet have fully developed professional careers; Visual Artist Residency; Critical Studies Residency; Session: 1-2 years; Discipline: Visual arts and art scholars; Stipend: $10,000 annually; Deadline: April 1st of each year.

http://core.mfah.org/home.asp

Creative Capital Foundation. Selected NYC Professional Development, Grants and Subsidized Space. 65 Bleecker Street, 7th floor, New York, NY 10012; Tel: (212) 598-9900 Discipline: Visual Arts, film/video arts, performing arts, emerging art fields; Session: 2 year grant cycle; first year of each cycle, we issue grants in visual and film/video arts; the second year, performing, emerging arts and innovative literature.

http://creative-capital.org/

Cummington Community of the Arts, RR 1, Box 145, Cummington, MA 01026. Tel. 413 -634-2172. Application deadline: six months prior to anticipated residency. Season: year-round. Environment: Rural Berkshire Mountains. on 150 acres. In July and August up to 30 people are accepted, including children. From October through May one-to eight-month residencies are available for 15 adults. All creative and performing artists are welcome. Cummington is especially interested in artists disadvantaged by race, sex age or economic class. There is a special full-time children’s program for ages 5-12. Financial aid is available.

http://washingtonart.com/beltway/resid.newengland.html

C-scape Dune Shack: in Mass. No electricity on national seashore, living space and studio space in a rustic shack http://www.thecompact.org/page6/page8/page8.html

Dayton Hudson Foundation, The General Mills Foundation, and The Jerome Foundation, West 1050 First National Bank Bldg., 332 Minnesota Street, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101-1312. Tel. 651-224-9431, Fax 651-224-3439. The Dayton Hudson, General Mills, and Jerome Foundations announce the seventh year of the Travel and Study Grant Program. The program awards travel grants to artists and art administrators for professional development purposes. Grants are offered to individuals working in dance, literature, media arts, music, theater, visual arts and multi- disciplinary forms. Fax submissions are not permitted. Students are not eligible. The program places emphasis on personal exploration and growth. Travel may be national or international. Eligibility is limited to individuals who reside in the Twin Cities seven-county metropolitan area at the time of application. Applicants must have lived in the state for at least one year prior to the application deadline. http://www.jeromefdn.org/IV~Grant_Programs/C~Travel_and_Study/

Denali Artist-in-Residence program National Park Alaska. 10 day residency between June and September. Entries are accepted each year from May 1 through September 30 for residencies during the summer of the following year. http://www.nps.gov/dena/artist-in-residence.htm

Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD), German Academic Exchange Service, DAAD New York, 871 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017. Tel. 212-758-3223. Fax. 212-755-5780. The DAAD Artist in Berlin Residency Program is a 6 months to 1 year grant to be a resident in West Berlin. The grant includes monthly installments to cover living expenses, travel including spouse and children, health and accident insurance, misc. allowance and participation in German language courses. The program is open to visual artists, writers, musicians, and film makers. The program is extremely selective –only 20-25 participants are selected each year. http://www.daad.org/

 

Albert K. Murray Fine Arts Educational Fund

http://www.americanscholarship.info/228-albert-k-murray-fine-arts-educational-fund.html

Eligibility: Students must be US citizens. Applicants must be registered as a full time student in an art degree program for the term a grant is received and may be at the bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral level.

Due Date: End of September grants (applications due July 31), end of December grants (applications due October 31), end of March grants (applications due January 31), and end of June grants (applications due April 30).

Art Calendar– big listserve – business side of art… exhibitions, grants, etc…need a subscription, but can view a few things

Art List – big listserve – business side of art… exhibitions, grants, etc…need a subscription, but has some “free” stuff to browse through on the home page

ArtCareer.net

big listserve – mostly about jobs (finding them, posting them, etc…)

ArtDeadline.net – big listserve – need subscription, but also has free stuff to browse through (Art contests and competitions, art jobs and internships, art scholarships and grants and fellowships, art festivals, call for entries/proposals/projects)

Artengine– big listserve- technological experimentation, both on-line and in physical space.  Membership required

Arts and Healing Network- (http://www.artheals.org/artist_support/grants.php) List of grants and other services for artists.

 

Franklin Furnace- $2-5K, FT Students Ineligible

Fund for Women Artists                                                 

George and Helen Segal Foundation

grants to painters and sculptors

http://www.segalfoundation.org/index2.html

Getty Trust, J. Paul Los Angeles, CA. Graduate Internships, Grants

http://www.getty.edu/grants/

Hayek Fund for Scholars – $1,000 for graduate students and untenured faculty for career-enhancing activities. Who is eligible? Undergraduates and recent graduates applying for full-time doctorate program to start in the 2014-15 academic year; *

Horizons/Frameline Film & Video – Grants for LGBT filmmakers in final production. *

International Association of Residential Art Centers **?

International Center of Photography New York, NY $40,608,609 $375,696 for photographers*

International Sculpture Center publisher of sculpture magazine *

(Jack Kent) Cooke Foundation http://www.jackkentcookefoundation.org Founded in 2000, the Foundation offers scholarships to outstanding students with financial need, including a Graduate Scholarship Program that places special emphasis on finding and supporting such students in the arts. Awards can total as much as $300,000 per recipient. For more information, including eligibility criteria and deadlines, see the Graduate Scholarship Program information on the web site. *

Jacob Javits Fellowships Program-(http://www.ed.gov/programs/jacobjavits/index.html) Fellowships for students to undertake study at the doctoral and Master of Fine Arts level in selected fields of arts. *

Jane Morrison Memorial Film Fund – Grants for educational opportunities for emerging filmmakers. *

Jentel Foundation Banner, WY $3,005,608 $0  RESIDENCY Any visual artist or writer over 25 currently residing in the United States or any U.S. citizen is eligible. U.S. citizenship is not a requirement. Individuals currently enrolled in an academic institution are ineligible. The program is not open to students.*

Lower Manhatten Cultural Council   http://lmcc.net/residencies Residency: A nine-month studio residency program for emerging visual artists, performing artists, and writers centered around the exploration of creative process and the development of a community of peers and professionals. Applications for Workspace 2014-15 closed January 30, 2014.

Art in General: administers programs in partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and the city’s Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA), with additional support from Citigroup Foundation.

Carbondale Clay Center: Residency-Carbondale, Colorado. 970-963-2529 or email us at info@carbondaleclay.org Application deadline: Materials DUE AT THE Clay Center (not postmarked!) Thursday, April 3, 2014, Notification by email no later than May 16th. by email. Residency begins September 1, 2014 and ends August 31, 2015. This program will accommodate 3 residents annually for a twelve-month period of time (September 1  2014–August 31, 2015) . Residents will be charged a monthly $145 studio rental fee for a shared private space, and are responsible for purchasing clay and paying for their firings.

Baltimore Clay  Works: http://www.baltimoreclayworks.org/. Residency and Fellowship available.One to five years in length. Application deadlines: April 15 Also, Call for Entries:DONATE CUPS, WIN A SOLO SHOW!We will be accepting donated cups up until August 1, 2014 Shake it Baby!Juried by Bryan Hopkins and Lisa Orr August 16- September 27, 2014. April 4, 2014: Application postmark deadline. Looking at Ourselves: A Survey of Contemporary Figurative Sculpture Juried by Adrian Arleo October 4 – November 15, 2014 June 6, 2014: Application postmark deadline

Taos Clay Residency: http://www.loganwannamaker.com/residency. Taos, New Mexico. Applications are taken all year : Start dates are generally in the Spring and Fall. Currently taking applications for residency beginning May 1st, 2014 Requirements: Competence in the ceramic arts and a desire to become a full time ceramic artist. MFA, BFA preferred.Taos Clay offers two full time residencies to emerging clay artist wishing to be in an environment where they can develop a body of work. Residents are offered a monthly stipend for clay and firings, a private studio, the opportunity to sell their work in the gallery and different paid teaching positions.

Adamah Clay Studios, Dodgeville,WI., http://www.bethelhorizons.org/Horizons/Art_Ventures/Art_ventures.html, Workshops and classes. On the website its says they have two artists in residence- no more info on that found.

The Clay Studio of Missoula: Missoula, MT. Residency. http://www.theclaystudioofmissoula.org/pages/resident_applications.html, Residencies are short term (1-2 months) to long term (1-2 years). APPLICATIONS FOR 2014/15 DUE THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 2014 (appy by Midnight MDT!)

Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, MN, http://www.northernclaycenter.org/ Fellowship:Warren MacKenzie Advancement Award For emerging ceramic artists/students (one to three awards awarded annually, through application); application deadline is Friday, April 18, 2014 by 5 pm. Residencies: McKnight Residency Grants for Ceramic Artists. For mid-career ceramic artists outside of Minnesota (two to four residencies awarded annually, through application); application deadline is Friday, April 18, 2014 by 5 pm CST. Fogelberg Studio FellowshipsFor emerging ceramic artists (two residencies awarded annually, through application); application deadline is Friday, April 18, 2014 by 5 pm CST. Anonymous Potter Studio Fellowship For emerging potters (two residencies awarded annually, through application); application deadline is Friday, April 18, 2014 by 5 pm CST.

International Ceramics Studio: The International Ceramics Studio (ICS) is a ceramic art centre located eighty kilometres south of the Hungarian capital, Budapest. http://www.icshu.org/residency.html Making an application for the Artist in Residence Programme:There is no application deadline and applications will be considered throughout the year. We require slides, photographs or digital images on cd or by email, accompanied by a current CV (Resumé) and biography. A brief outline of your intended work during your residency would be helpful for us to consider your application. Please give us an indication of your preferred dates for your residency.If you are interested in making an application please email icshu@me.com for further information and an application form.

The Ceramics Center: http://www.theceramicscenter.org Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Residency: The purpose of the program is to provide emerging ceramic artists with an environment – the space, facilities, time and professional interaction – that will foster and further develop their ideas, skills, abilities and focus as ceramic artists. The Ceramics Center can accommodate up to six Resident Artists. Residencies are typically for a 12 month period of time. Longer or shorter terms can be negotiated as necessary and appropriate. Application deadline: May 1st

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