Treat Yourself to One of These Calls

No tricks, just treats with this listing of 22 call for artists with deadlines October 17-31, 2023. Whether you are looking for an exhibition, an art on loan program, an opportunity for a sculpture commission, a residency or a grant–there is sure to be the perfect goodies to fill your sweet tooth!

Be sure to also check out sculpture opportunities with deadlines in the first half of October at our previous call for artists.

SEA Airport- C Concourse Restroom Renovation Project

Seattle, Washington

Summary: The Port of Seattle’s Public Art program is seeking ONE visual/multi-disciplinary/light artist or artist team to submit their qualifications to be considered for this permanent art commission within Seattle Tacoma International Airport’s C Concourse. The work must also consider the aesthetic of the facility and redevelopment design. Proposed artworks must also be thoughtful in regard to long term maintenance and conservation. The work must be appropriate for public presentation considering the wide range of visitors to the airport.

Budget: $250,000

Deadline: 10/20/23, 4:00 p.m. Pacific

How to apply: email (see link below)

Eligibility Requirements: Nation-wide

Special Notes: When you are on the VendorConnect website, make sure to click on “documents” to have access to the full RFQ including budget, renderings, and dimensions.

Click here to read more about this call for artists including application instructions

2024 RAIR Open Call


Summary: Applications are open for two Recycled Artist in Residency (RAIR) programs: The Standard is a four- to six-week traditional residency, while The Biggie Shortie is project-based. Both grant access to Revolution Recovery’s waste stream and RAIR’s staff.

Residents are strongly encouraged to attend a tour before applying to the program. Live Zoom and in person tours with a Q&A session will be scheduled and made available here. If you cannot make a tour, please make time to watch a previously recorded virtual tour here.

Deadline: 11:59 p.m. ET on October 22, 2023

How to apply: Submittable

Eligibility Requirements: Residencies are open to all emerging and mid career artists based nationally and internationally. Applicants must be 21 years of age or older and not be actively enrolled in a college or university program during the time of residency.

Special Notes: There is a $25 application fee.

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Heron Sculpture at Phinizy Nature Center

Augusta, Georgia

Summary: The Greater Augusta Arts Council, on behalf of the Phinizy Center for Water Sciences, is requesting proposals from qualified sculptors or artist teams to create a unique, durable, low-maintenance, safe to touch, larger-than-life-sized sculpture of a heron (or group of herons) to be placed on the grounds of the Phinizy Center.

Budget: Selected artists will receive a stipend of $15,000 to cover all expenses associated with the envisioning, creation, transport and installation of the sculpture, and any and all other expenses the artist might encounter.

Deadline: 10/23/23

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: The request for proposals is open to professional sculptors and artist teams. All members of any team that applies must be at least 18 years of age and reside in the United States.

Special Notes: Every artist who applies for this call is strongly encouraged to research the history, purpose, programs, scholarship, and physical grounds of the Phinizy Center online at In-depth questions about the Phinizy Center can be answered by Ruth Mead, Education Director.

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Community College of Aurora – Center for STEM, Power Mechanics, & Applied Technologies / RFQ

Aurora, Colorado

Summary: The committee is looking for artwork for the exterior of the west side of the Center for STEM, Power Mechanics and Applied Technologies. This artwork will serve to uphold CCA’s service to the community, provide inspiration, and as a visual symbol of the building’s goals of industry, opportunity and innovation. An exterior artwork should create a connection along the pathway to the existing campus and serve as a location for students to gather, study, and relax. This artwork should work within the existing campus landscape and orient students and visitors to the Center.

Budget: $96,000

Deadline: 10/23/23, 11:59 pm Mountain

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: All applicants must be residents of Colorado. Exceptions will be made for artists living outside of Colorado if they are alumni of the Community College of Aurora or artists who are affiliated with a tribe with ties to the land that is currently Colorado.

Special Notes: The full RFQ, including images, site plans, and renderings can be viewed here.

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Veterans Memorial Park Public Art

Carlsbad, California

Summary: The City of Carlsbad’s Library & Cultural Arts Department seeks to qualify an artist or artist team to enter into an agreement to develop a site-integrated artwork for the Veterans Memorial Park (Capital Improvement Program, Project No. 4609) is located on 93.7 acres, near the intersection of Faraday Avenue and Cannon Road, Carlsbad, California. The park’s permanent public art featured prominently on the upper plateau, where visitors can enjoy views of the lagoon, ocean and golf course. As a site-specific piece, the public art will serve as a truly special way to honor and evoke the spirit of those who have served our country

Budget: $350,000 (The selected artist will receive a design contract (Exhibit B) for $56,000 to develop a site-integrated design proposal. If the design proposal is accepted, the artist will receive a subsequent contract (Exhibit C) of up to $224,000 to fabricate and install the artwork. Additionally, $70,000 will be withheld for administrative, conservation and other related project costs.)

Deadline: 10/24/2023 4 p.m Pacific

How to apply: online at their Artist’s Registry

Eligibility Requirements: The Call for Artists Qualifications is established professional artists residing and eligible to work in the United States. Special consideration will be placed to those artists who have served in the military services or who have immediate family connections to those who have served our country.

Special Notes: Read more about the Veterans Memorial Park

Click here to read more about this call for artists, including the PDF with full details, and information on how to apply

South Mountain Park and Preserve Public Art Project

Phoenix, Arizona

Summary: The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, in collaboration with the Parks and Recreation Department, seeks to commission a signature artwork for the South Mountain Park and Preserve, located in south Phoenix adjacent to the Gila River Indian Reservation. POAC seeks applications from professional artists, and artist teams, working in a variety of media and artistic approaches who will be responsible for the design and implementation of the artwork.

The artwork must honor the cultural importance of the site to the local tribal community (both historical and modern-day), serve as a gateway that guides visitors to newly constructed amenities, and celebrate a significant milestone (100-year anniversary) for this beloved recreational amenity. The artwork must also be made of durable materials that can survive the desert climate and integrate into the architectural aesthetic of the site.

Budget: $700,000

Deadline: 10/25/23

How to apply:

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open to all professional artists living in the United States with the demonstrated ability to meet the stated criteria regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, or age. Artists who have no previous public art experience are encouraged to apply as a team with an experienced artist or design professional. NOTE: Artists who are currently under contract with the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture may apply as part of a team but may not apply individually. Artists who have completed three or more permanent public art projects with the City of Phoenix are ineligible to apply.

Special Notes: Responses to this RFQ should be concise, well-organized and provide the requested information.

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Valley Metro CAPEX Light Rail Public Art

Phoenix, Arizona

Summary: The Capitol Extension project is a 1.4-mile western extension of the existing Valley Metro light rail transit (LRT) line from downtown Phoenix to the Arizona State Capitol. Communication, coordination and connection with the diverse communities along the alignment will be key to a successful art program for this extension. Experienced public artists are invited to apply for the six station platform projects ($300,000). Emerging public artists are invited to apply for the two traction power substation projects ($50,000). Artists will apply for both projects in this call.

Artwork designed at these sites should be thoughtful, engaging and reflect the character of the surrounding community while maintaining strict standards of safety, maintenance, and operations. Artwork may be stand- alone as well as integrated.

Budget: $300,000 each

Deadline: 10/25/23

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Artists living, and legally able to work, in the United States

Special Notes: The Request for Qualifications and Contract document can be found here.

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Knott Road & 15th Street Roundabout

Bend, Oregon


Caldera High School opened in 2021 (located on 15th Street between Murphy & Knott Road) and Alpenglow Park (opened in 2022) have significantly changed the overall landscape in SE Bend. Alpenglow Park is a37-acre park. BPRD installed a pedestrian bridge over the irrigation canal just north of the park as well as a second footbridge which spans the railroad tracks to connect the park and new high school with neighborhoods to the west. 

The proximity of this roundabout to Caldera High School has prompted Art in Public Places to commission a series of wolves depicting a Wolfpack honoring the mascot of the newest high school in Bend. The student groups and Bend-La Pine School District staff were drawn to mascot ideas that represent a community. The school’s website states that, “Students and staff members of Caldera High School are all members of the Wolfpack representing the greater community and each individual has the talents and skills to help everyone thrive”. 

The overall size of the roundabout is 108 ft. in diameter. There is one large area near the center of the roundabout at 41 ft. x 26 ft. for sculpture footings which is often not available given the underground utility lines.

Budget: $130,000

Deadline: 10/25/23

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Open to Artists and Artist Teams residing in the Northwest and Southwest United States, specifically Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, California, Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, Wyoming, Colorado and Utah. Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Women, LGBTQAI+ community members are highly encouraged to apply. Artists living in Oregon are highly encouraged to apply.

Special Notes: A selection committee consisting of the AiPP Board and a representative from the City of Bend Engineering department will select 3-4 Finalists. The stipend for travel and design time is $1,750

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Arte Laguna Prize 18


Summary: This prize is open to artists working in painting, sculpture and installation, photographic art, video art and short films, performance and acting, and digital.

The Prize is organized annually with the patronage of the the Ministry of Culture, the Ministry of Ecological Transition, the Veneto Region, the Municipality of Venice, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, RUFA Rome University of Fine Arts; it obtained a medal from the President of the Italian Republic and recognition by important members of the Advisory Council.

The contest features collaborations with international art galleries, companies, art residencies, festivals, critical texts, inclusion into the web portal Arte Laguna World and the participation in the collective exhibition which includes 120 finalists at the Arsenale Nord of Venice, Italy

Sculpture and Installation works created with any organic or inorganic material, which may include sounds, lights, videos and mechanical or electrical movements. The maximum size allowed is: base 4 meters, depth 4 meters, height 8 meters and there is no weight limit. The exhibition space does not have dark spaces.

Budget: Chosen applicants will exhibit in Venice at the Arsenale Nord and win €10,000.

Deadline: October 26, 2023

How to apply: On the Arte Laguna Prize site

Eligibility Requirements: none noted

Special Notes: other opportunities for sculptors are also on this site, including residencies in various locations around the world

NOTE: there is an entry fee for this contest

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Tipton Park Public Art Project

Dallas, Texas

Summary: Artwork must welcome visitors to the park and should be informed by the history of the neighborhood. This diverse neighborhood has a dense Black and Latinx population with a history of tight-knit community of 2nd and 3rd generation immigrant families. Legacy is very important to the community.

Budget: $113,000 (A mandatory 20% contingency fee ($22,600) will be held for unforeseen costs. The entire budget amount is available for use with written request from the artist(s) for release of contingency fee.)

Deadline: 10/27/23

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: All professional artists 18+ with a demonstrated record of successful completion of artwork at a similar cost and scale are eligible to apply (some exceptions) Dallas artists are strongly encouraged to apply.

Special Notes: A short list of up to two artists or artist-teams will be identified and contracted to develop a site-specific concept design for artwork.  Each artist selected will receive a stipend of $1,500 to cover the costs of producing a site-specific public art concept proposal for the site.

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Lewisville Public Library- Indoor Public Art Opportunity

Lewisville, Texas

Summary: The City of Lewisville is seeking qualifications from artists who wish to create an indoor work of public art in the Lewisville Public Library. Specifically, the city seeks an artist who can create an installation piece, sculptural in nature, that would wrap around or climb a tall brick column found in the atrium of the library. This work will utilize the height of the column and surrounding space to provide a visually striking component to the library that will inspire wonder, draw the eye upward, and excite engagement.

The sculpture will be placed in the entryway atrium of the Lewisville Public Library, more specifically a tall brick column that goes all the way to the second floor of the building. The bricks on the column are standard outdoor quality bricks but are not structural. They are a cosmetic addition around the structural column. There will be some weight limits or distribution requirements imposed on the artwork based on its full scope of impact. Power source conduit lines exist within the column

Budget: $75,000

Deadline: 10/29/23

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This project is open nationally to all artists, regardless of race, color, creed, gender, gender variance, national origin, age, religion, marital status, political opinion or affiliation, or disability.

Special Notes: · ***Images and measurements of the installation site***:

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Art on the Street 2024 Call for Outdoor Sculptures

Lafayette, Colorado

Summary: Exhibit your sculpture outdoors in Old Town Lafayette, Colorado for one year.  Artists who participate in Lafayette’s Art on the Street (AOTS) sculpture on loan program tell us that we are one of the best programs they’ve experienced. Lafayette has refined its community engagement and ability to promote the AOTS program and participating artists.  We feature each sculpture on its own web page and brochures are printed in English and Spanish. 

The Lafayette Public Art Committee is committed to community representation through the support of diverse public art in the Art on the Street Program. We seek diversity in materials, subject matter, the artists, and the stories they are telling. The Public Art Committee will consider all submissions based on the artistic merit of the work, diversity, inclusion, social equity, and belonging. 

Budget: If your sculpture is selected by the Public Art Committee the honorarium is $1,200 for a one year installation.  Three additional prizes are awarded each year: the $1000 Jean Mellblom Award for Artistic Excellence; the $500 People’s Choice Award; and the $500 Most Inspiring! Award.  As we enter our 16th year, we have twenty Art on the Street sculpture locations to fill.
On average, 1-2 sculptures have been purchased from the AOTS program each year. 

Deadline: Oct. 29, 2023

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: This is a national call

Special Notes: Installations are scheduled for April 22-25, 2024. 

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Public Art at Green Road Park

Raleigh, North Carolina

Summary: Artwork can be integrated into the planned comfort station, picnic shelter, or central plaza or artwork can be stand-alone in the park. Selected artist will have the opportunity to work with the architectural and design teams to integrate artwork into the landscape and/or buildings.

Budget: $215,000 budget inclusive of design, artwork fabrication, community presentations, taxes, travel, and fees.

Deadline: 10/30/23

How to apply: SlideRoom

Eligibility Requirements: This opportunity is open to individuals at least 18 years of age who legally live or work in the United States. Applicants must have at least a three-year history of professional practice.

Special Notes: The Artist Selection Panel will evaluate the qualifications of artists based on four criteria: artistic merit; appropriateness for the project; community engagement; and social/cultural relevance of work.

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Public Art at Method Community Park

Raleigh, North Carolina

Summary: The Community Center is housed in one of only two surviving buildings from the multi-building Berry O’Kelly School. Also known as the Pioneers Building, it now serves as a community center at Method Park, a City of Raleigh facility. Artwork can be integrated into the renovation of the historic building or incorporated into the site.

Budget: $215,000 budget inclusive of design, artwork fabrication, community presentations, taxes, travel, and fees.

Deadline: 10/30/23

How to apply: SlideRoom

Eligibility Requirements: This opportunity is open to individuals at least 18 years of age who legally live or work in the United States. Applicants must have at least a three-year history of professional practice.

Special Notes: Because of the site’s historic standing, the City of Raleigh Historic Development Commission will need to review the artwork. Because this is a historic site, there will be some constraints on materials and colors.

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Summary: What are the signals the land is sending us about the changing environment and how can artists make these signals louder and more evident for humans to see, hear, and feel so that we can change our behavior? This is the question at the heart of LandSignals.

Artists are Catalysts. They have the unique ability to spark an emotional and psychological response from viewers. Artists visualize abstract data in ways that expand our understanding of complex issues, help us recognize our place in the current moment, and inspire us to increase our capacity for action. LandSignals invites curious explorers to gain a broad understanding of their place within the current ecological moment and offers them an opportunity to belong to a community of hopeful activists.

Budget: $10,000 (1-4 finalists will receive a $500 stipend to develop a site-specific concept.)

Deadline: 10/31/23

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Indigenous artists living in the United States are invited to apply.

Special Notes: The artwork should be fabricated using durable materials designed to last outdoors for 6 months – one year with little maintenance and that can exist in the harsh Jackson climate that includes long winters, cold temperatures, strong winds, and wildlife.

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Sculpture for Permanent Installation in Benson Sculpture Garden

Loveland, Colorado

Summary: We are looking for life-size or larger pieces (5 feet or more) to add to the collection in Benson Sculpture Garden. We are also wanting to expand the scope of artists included in the park. With the expansion of the park in recent years, we are motivated to find new and unique pieces that add to the diversity of this world-renowned sculpture garden.

Located at 2908 Aspen Drive in Loveland, Colorado, Benson Sculpture Garden has provided a beautiful and unique outdoor setting for showcasing sculpture since 1985. It is here that the Loveland High Plains Arts Council hosts its renowned Sculpture in the Park event each summer. Currently, there are 183 pieces of sculpture on permanent display by world-renowned artists worth over $5 million. This 10-acre park is open to the public and may be viewed at any time of day.  

This “public treasure” annually draws tens of thousands of visitors from around the globe. It has been recognized as “one of the 200 most important modern and contemporary art sites around the world” and as “one of the 20 must-see contemporary art sites across the USA”.

Budget: The budget is set at $150,000 for one or more sculptures

Deadline: 10/31/23

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: The call for submission is open to sculptors, 18 years of age or older, working in a permanent medium. 

Special Notes: While we are always accepting submissions for bronze pieces, we will also consider stone, metal or other durable, permanent materials that are safe, easily maintained and that are able to withstand the year-round weather conditions in Colorado as well as the many, unsupervised children who climb on and play with the sculpture.

Please do not submit pieces that you have submitted more than once in previous years or that are duplicated in a permanent, public location within a 60-mile radius of Loveland, CO.

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Land Line: Denver Botanic Gardens’ 2024 Artist Residency Program

Denver, Colorado

Summary: Land Line artists in residence use Denver Botanic Gardens’ collections, landscapes, and other resources to create artworks that explore nature and the relationship between humans and the natural world. Land Line has a unique low-residency format: artists create most of their work in their own studio spaces, but are required to visit the Gardens at least once within a pre-determined timeframe. As a result, artists outside of Colorado or the Denver metro area are welcome to apply. Time spent on-site at the Gardens is geared towards meeting with staff, exploring gardens and collections, research, and conceptualization.

Artists are additionally required to attend three virtual cohort meetings to share progress and connect with other artists, including a meeting to share their completed work at the close of the residency. Artworks must be completed by the end of the residency year. As part of the residency, Denver Botanic Gardens may acquire one artwork, which is proposed by the artist for consideration. Though these acquired artworks may be exhibited in the future, the Land Line residency does not culminate in an exhibition.

Budget: Supported by a $3,500 honorarium, artists are responsible for arranging their own travel, lodging, food, and supplies.

Deadline: 10/31/23

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: The residency is open to all professional and emerging artists located in the continental United States, age 21 and over, regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, or physical or mental disability.

Special Notes: The artist can work independently through the end of the calendar year, but artists choose a two-month timeframe, a Focus Period, for scheduling site visits to the Gardens and communication with their staff partner. Artists are welcome to work on their projects before and after their Focus Period, but should concentrate their engagement with Gardens staff during the identified Focus Period.

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Art in the Galleria (Public Library)

Loveland, Colorado

Summary: The Art Selection Committee (ASC) of the Loveland Public Library seeks art by Colorado artists or artist teams for 2024 exhibits in the Galleria vitrines. The Galleria display cases provide artists with valuable public exposure and sales opportunities.

The design of the Library incorporates five (5) display cases within pillars along the expansive Galleria. The pillars are wood with a built-in display area encased on three sides by glass. The inside dimensions of the display cases are 69” H x 21” W x 19” D. Artwork must work well within the limits of the display case, and the hanging systems allowed limit weight of hanging art to 16 pounds. 

Art work selected in 2023 will be on display for one of four three-month periods in 2024. The time slots to be scheduled are January 1 through March 31, April 1 through June 30, July 1 through September 30, and October 1 through December 31.

Budget: A $100 prize for Best of Show for the Year will be awarded near the end of 2024 based on jury evaluation of all of the pieces selected and displayed during the year.

Deadline: date and time

How to apply: CaFÉ

Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must reside in Colorado

Special Notes: $10.00 entry fee

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Request for Qualifications for Sangamon County Atrium Art

Springfield, Illinois

Summary: RFQ to create permanent original art or installations for a sculpture or piece of art that will be located indoors. Finalists from Phase I will be invited to submit a concept and will receive a $1500 stipend

Art pieces placed on the floor or hanging from the ceiling will be no wider than 12′ x 12′ and no taller than 12′ 8″

Budget: TBD

Deadline: 10/31/23, noon (Central) applying before the deadline is encouraged

How to apply: email (see link below)

Eligibility Requirements: open to all professional artists

Special Notes: Art installation to be completed by summer 2025

Link to downloadable PDF with full details and application instructions:

Moab Arts Reuse Residency

Moab, Utah

Summary: Moab Arts Reuse Residency’s (MARR) mission is to challenge today’s waste-making culture by providing a unique platform for artists at the intersection of art, community, and waste systems. The Moab area is highly impacted by the tourism industry and, as a result, waste management. By facilitating artists’ direct engagement with the waste stream, MARR encourages resident artists to consider their studio practice through the lens of sustainability and to thoughtfully re-assess their processes of material sourcing and waste disposal.

Through a 4-week residency, the program offers housing for visiting artists, studio space, project and community facilitation, a stipend, and access to materials at local waste disposal sites. As a component of each residency, artists spend time providing opportunities for learning, dialog and enrichment within the community. 

We are seeking artists working in any medium whose work is inherently innovative and visionary, has a track record of success, is informed by place and community, centers public engagement and is accessible to people with diverse backgrounds.

Budget: Stipends: March 2024 Local Artists (housing not provided)$2000 pre-tax; August 2024 Visiting Artists (housing provided) – $1500 pre-tax

Deadline: 11:59 p.m. MT on October 31, 2023

How to apply:

Eligibility Requirements: Artists working in the US and internationally are welcome to apply. Programming is conducted in English and working degree of English fluency is required to work in the community and with staff.

Special Notes: Up to 60 total applications will be accepted by Moab Arts for both the Local and Visiting Residencies combined. The application will be closed when this maximum is reached.

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The Adolf and Esther Gottlieb Emergency Grant

Summary: The Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Emergency Grant program is intended to provide interim financial assistance to qualified painters, printmakers, and sculptors whose needs are the result of an unforeseen, catastrophic incident, and who lack the resources to meet that situation.

Each grant is given as one-time assistance for a specific emergency, examples of which are fire, flood, or emergency medical need. 

Budget: The maximum amount of this grant is $15,000; an award of $5,000 is typical.

Deadline: No deadline, this is a rolling grant however Applicants should note there is a set amount appropriated for these grants each fiscal year; once this budgetary limit has been reached, the Foundation will not be able to judge any additional requests on their merits.

How to apply:’s Submittable page

Eligibility Requirements: To be eligible for this program, an artist must be able to demonstrate a minimum involvement of ten years in a mature phase of his or her work. Artists must work in the disciplines of painting, sculpture or printmaking.

Special Notes: While we recognize the economic toll of the Covid-19 crisis, we regrettably are not able to assist with funds to replace lost or interrupted income.

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Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant

Summary: The Foundation provides financial resources for visual artists to create new work, acquire supplies, rent studio space, prepare for exhibitions, attend a residency and offset living expenses.

The foundation welcomes applications from actively exhibiting visual artists who are painters, sculptors, and artists who work on paper, including printmakers. Grants are intended for a one-year period. The size of the grant is determined by the individual circumstances of the artist, and professional exhibition history is taken into consideration.

Budget: The foundation will review expenditures relating to an artist’s professional work and personal expenses, and amounts range up to $50,000.

Deadline: This is a rolling grant opportunity

How to apply: Online, see link below

Eligibility Requirements: no eligibility requirements noted

Special Notes: We use the Internet Grant Application Module (IGAM), provided by MicroEdge, to enable us to accept applications and proposals via the Web.

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