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Aftermath Photography Grant / Deadline: November 30

The Aftermath Project is awarding a grant for $25,000 to working photographers world-wide who are interested in creating work that helps illumine aftermath issues, and encourages greater public understanding and discussion of these issues. The project’s mission is to support photographic projects that tell the other half of the story of conflict — the story...
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Connecting Communities / Deadline: November 22

The Library of Congress was awarded an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant titled “Of the People: Widening the Path” to fund a new, multi-part initiative to connect more deeply with Indigenous, Black, Hispanic, and other communities of color by exposing grantees to the Library’s expansive collections, using technology to enable storytelling and offering more internship...
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Women’s Studios Workshop Residency / Deadline: November 15

Women’s Studio Workshop are seeking women, trans, intersex, nonbinary, and genderfluid visual artists for their Studio, Legacy, Art-in-Education Artist’s Book, Artist’s Book Residencies. Studio, Nonprofit Management, and Summer Internships are also available to those interested. For more information on the application and guidelines, visit here.
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Firelight Media Film Grants / Deadline: October 29

Firelight Media invites emerging filmmakers living in the American Midwest whoidentify as Black, Indigenous, and/or People of Color (BIPOC) to submit proposals orworks-in-progress for a new digital shorts series, HOMEGROWN: Future Visions. Eight selected filmmakers will receive $35,000 to produce an 8-10 minute non-fictionshort film. The filmmakers will work with Firelight Media from development throughdistribution,...
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Artists 3 60 Grants (NWA) / Deadline: July 19

Artists 360 announces new grants and call for applications!Join us for this information session to learn more about the grants, eligibility, and application process. Applications for the 2021-2022 grant cycle open on June 7, 2021. Application deadline for the 2021-2022 grant cycle is July 19, 2021. Artists 360, a program of Mid-America Arts Alliance made...
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Passion Fund / Deadline: July 7

Linktr.ee announces call for the Passion Fund. In partnership with Square, this new grant will offers creators the opportunity to receive grants totaling $250K across Gold, Silver, Bronze and People’s Choice categories. Gold: 9 x $20,000 USDSilver: 10 x $4,000 USDBronze 10 x $1,000 USDPeople’s Choice 1 x $20,000 USD Winners will be selected by...
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Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition Fellowship / Deadline: April 30

The Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition gives two awards of $5,000 each and two $500 Student Fellowship Awards to resident Oklahoma artists each year. Applicant must be OVAC members. Each year, the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition gives two awards of $5,000 each to individual artists. Additionally, two $500 Student Fellowship Awards are given. These awards are...
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National Theatre Project Creation and Touring Grant / Deadline: March 8

The National Theatre Project provides grants to projects submitted by U.S.-based theater ensembles and individual theater artists with identified collaborators. Only one application per ensemble or artist will be accepted per year. Organizations must be able to prove nonprofit status; for individual artists, an organizational partner may serve as the fiscal agent. All projects must...
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Creative Capital / Deadline: March 8

Applications for the Creative Capital Award are due on March 8. Artists working in all disciplines are welcome to apply for $50,000 in project funding, networking opportunities, career development sessions, and more. The Creative Capital Award application is a several-month process that happens on an annual basis, and occurs on the following timeline. February: Open...
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National Dance Project Grants / Deadline: March 1

National Dance Project Grants provide funding to artists/companies to create new dance works and touring subsidies to the U.S. organizations who bring those works to their communities.  Now in its third decade, National Dance Project is widely recognized as one of the country’s major sources of funding and field building for dance. NDP has invested more...
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