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Rocket Grants (KC) / LOI Due: June 24

Charlotte Street and the Spencer Museum of Art are pleased to announce the 2024 open call for Rocket Grants, with applications accepted through June 24. With support from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Rocket Grants provide direct funding to artists in the Kansas City region who are creating exceptional, under-the-radar, and artist-centered projects in public spaces. Artists,...
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Jazz Road Tour Grants / Due: June 1

Jazz Road Tours offer grants of up to $15,000 to develop jazz tours into communities across the country. The program supports small, three-to-six site tours at an array of venue types, often in rural communities and other areas traditionally underserved by the genre. Eligible artists are professional jazz artists, working solo or with a composer-led...
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Music to Life / Due: May 24

Music to Life, invites musicians to apply to its online incubator program – the Musician Changemaker Accelerator (MCA) Academy – starting August 12, 2024. The MCA is a fully underwritten 6.5-month social change business accelerator (6 weeks of instruction, followed by 20 weeks of coaching; August 12, 2024-February 7, 2025) for 10 competitively selected socially...
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National Academy of Design Mural Prize / Due: April 22

Created in 1932 through an endowed bequest in honor of illustrator and muralist Edwin Austin Abbey NA, the Abbey Mural Prize awards grants to support the creation and restoration of public murals in the United States. Since 1940, the National Academy of Design has awarded funds to hundreds of individuals or organizations who are building...
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Anonymous Was A Woman / Due: April 16

The Anonymous Was A Woman Environmental Art Grants will distribute a total of $300,000 in funding—up to $20,000 per project—to support environmental art projects led by women-identifying artists in the United States and U.S. Territories. These grants will support environmental art projects that inspire thought, action, and ethical engagement. Projects should not only point at...
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Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis (RACSTL) Currently Offering Two Grant Cycles / Due: March 2024

Regional Arts Commission of St. Louis (RACSTL) is offering two granting cycles for artists. First, artists and organizations residing in St. Louis City and County can now apply for an Artist Support Grant, Organizational Grant or a Program Support Grant. Visit the main grants page on the RACSTL website for detailed information about grant guidelines, eligibility, key...
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Inspiration Grants (Kansas City) / Due: March 11

Arts KC offers Inspiration Grants, project-based grants for individual artists or small groups of artists. The purpose of these grants is to support ambitious projects of risk, growth, and change for the artist and/or projects that make a positive impact on the community. Visual, dance, music, theater, literature/poetry, fashion, film, and interdisciplinary art applications are...
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Arkansas Individual Artist Fellowships / Due: February 5

Arkansas Arts Council offers Individual Artist Fellowships to Arkansas creatives who use original, expressive, innovative or artistic methods to create. The Individual Artist Fellowship program annually awards to up to 18 creatives $5,000 each in six categories. These grants are made directly to individual creatives who live and work in Arkansas. This grant is for...
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MAP Fund Grants / Due: December 19

MAP Fund offers $25,000 grants for the creation and development of a new, live performance project, a $5,000 unrestricted general operating grant, and a $1,000 microgrant to redistribute to another artist in their community. MAP Fund welcomes dance, theater, and music projects, as well as multi-disciplinary and experimental projects that may be difficult to categorize...
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First Peoples Fund Fellowships / Deadline: August 7

First Peoples Fund Fellowships are open to visual, performing, and literary artists with cash awards of $10,000. Applicants must be an enrolled member or provide proof of lineal descendancy of a U.S. federally recognized tribe, a state recognized tribe, or be an Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian. There are two categories in which to apply: Artists in...
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