2012 Grant Awards: Art Works
[ March 10, 2011 deadline ]
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Some details of the projects listed below are subject to change, contingent upon prior
18th Street Arts Complex
Santa Monica, CA
To support artist residencies for local, national, and international artists. Twenty- four long- and medium-term resident artists, 18 international artists, and six California artists will do residencies of various lengths.
To support the Institute for Electronic Arts' Experimental Projects Residency. This program of 32, one to two week residencies will fully support eight residents interested in experimenting with traditional and digital media.
Alliance of Artists Communities
To support an annual conference, a Leadership Institute, an online resource library, and Summer Open Studios. Approximately 200 leaders in the field will attend this conference to discuss and learn best practices for artist communities.
Anderson Ranch Arts Foundation (aka Anderson Ranch Arts Center)
Snowmass Village, CO
To support an artist residency program for emerging and established artists. Visual and media artists will receive studio space, equipment and materials, meals, housing, travel and exhibition opportunities.
Atlantic Center for the Arts, Inc.
New Smyrna Beach, FL
To support the Artist-in-Residence program. In addition to a program for emerging and mid-career artists, a writing residency for teens is also offered
Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
To support residencies for artists to create new work. Participating artists will be provided housing, workspace, technical assistance, and a monthly stipend for two-to four-month residencies.
Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts (Consortium)
To support artist residencies in which artists will work in underserved and at-risk communities. In a unique partnership with Heartland Family Services, 14 artists will be placed with one of 11 social service programs to provide two-way arts engagement.
Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Inc.
To support expansion of dance and theater residencies for emerging artists. Twelve artists will be given free rehearsal space, stipends, artistic, technical and production support in Brooklyn.
Byrd Hoffman Watermill Foundation (aka The Watermill Center)
New York, NY
To support residencies and community programs at the Watermill Center. Emerging artists and performing groups from a range of backgrounds will be provided with opportunities to develop new work.
Djerassi Resident Artists Program
To support artist residencies. The project will provide studios, living accommodations, meals and professional assistance to visual, media, performing, and literary artists.
Eyebeam Atelier, Inc.
New York, NY
To support short and long term artist residencies and mentoring programs. This project includes both 11 month and six month long residencies for six artists, and a mentoring program connecting alumni and current Eyebeam residents.
Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Inc.
To support the Fellowship Program for Emerging Artists and Writers. The program will provide living accommodations, studios, and monthly stipends to 20 poets, fiction writers, and visual artists.
Franconia Sculpture Park
To support artist residencies and an exhibition program for emerging and established artists. Ten artists are provided with housing, work space, technical and studio assistance, materials, stipends and exhibition space.
Headlands Center for the Arts
To support artist residencies for emerging and mid-career artists. The program will directly support 50 artists at the historic National Park campus.
To support the Writers in Residence program. No-cost residencies will be available to women writers at the retreat located on Whidbey Island.
Hermitage Artist Retreat, Inc.
To support artist residencies. Participants will be accomplished playwrights, composers, and creative artists from other disciplines with the lead artist receiving a substantial commissioning fee to produce a major work.
To support the artist residencies in visual arts, video, performance, digital media, and book arts. American and international artists will receive stipends, technical support, and access to working facilities
MacDowell Colony, Inc.
To support residencies for artists who have not previously had residencies at the MacDowell Colony. As many as 12 composers, writers, media artists, visual artists, interdisciplinary artists, and architects from all regions of the United States will be invited to live on the grounds of the MacDowell Colony and create or complete works.
McColl Center for Visual Art
To support residencies for visual artists. Participating artists will be provided housing, workspace, technical assistance, transportation costs, a materials budget, and a monthly stipend for a three-month residency.
Millay Colony for the Arts, Inc.
To support artist residencies for composers, writers, and visual artists. Up to six artists will be provided one-month residencies between April and November, enabling 48 artists to be served.
Montalvo Association (aka Montalvo Arts Center)
To support the Lucas Artists Program, an artist residency program at the Montalvo Arts Center. Artists working in the performing, visual, and literary arts also will have the opportunity to present or exhibit their work at Villa Montalvo and other Bay Area venues.
Pi Beta Phi Settlement School (aka Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts) (Consortium)
To support the compilation and dissemination of best practices of residency programs for emerging artists. In partnership with the Alliance for Artist Communities, the Arrowmont School will conduct a research survey and engagement activities to document best practices and then publish the results online and in print.
Lake Forest, IL
To support Building and Expanding the Residency Experience for Teaching Artists. A diverse group of 24 teaching artists from Chicago arts organizations will be selected to participate in a two-week collaborative residency programs.
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Inc.
To support a residency program for emerging visual artists. Artists will be provided with a private studio, full room and board, and weekly private and group critiques by a faculty of leading professional artists.
Vermont Studio Center, Inc.
To support residencies for artists with sensory disabilities. Six artists with disabilities will be selected for four-week residencies with a stipend to cover travel and other expenses.
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts
To support four- to six-week residencies for artists creating artworks for social media platforms. Five artists will be given a stipend, room and board, and the possibility of publication via electronic broadcast or narrowcast outlets.
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