Puffin Foundation Grants / Due: December 1

In 2024, the Puffin Foundation will be accepting new proposals in fine arts, photography, music, and projects in any artistic genre focused on environmental activism for their Annual Artist Grant Program. Fine arts, photography, music, or the environment must be the focus of the proposed project. Applicants are strongly encouraged to read through the FAQ section of the website...
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Black Women Photographers x Nikon Grant Fund / Deadline: November 25, 2022

The Black Women Photographers x Nikon Grant Fund provides grants and is open to all Black women and Black non-binary photographers worldwide. Grants range from $10,000 in project support to $3,000 in business expenses. Click here to apply.
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The Aftermath Project / Deadline: November 18

The Aftermath Project is offering a grant worth $25,000 open to working international photographers who are interested in creating work that helps illuminate the effects of war. Four finalists each year will also receive a $5,000 grant. The 1492/1619 grant is open to wide interpretation and centers on the 1492“discovery” of this land by Christopher...
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Monson Arts Residency / Deadline: September 15

Monson Arts‘ residency program supports emerging and established artists and writers by providing them time and space to devote to their creative practices. During each of the 2-week and 4-week programs throughout the year, a cohort of 5 artists and 5 writers are invited to immerse themselves in small town life at the edge of...
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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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Indigenous Arts Initiative / Deadline: October 1

The Indigenous Arts Initiative (IAI) supports a rotating series of Indigenous art labs that provide Indigenous artists an opportunity to hone creative skills, expand professional networks and gain leadership experience through collaborative, mentor-based programming at the University of Kansas. As a partnership between KCAIC, KU Film and Media Studies, the Spencer Museum of Art, and...
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