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Residencies, Workshops, & Fellowships
Erie Canal Museum – Artist-in-Residence
Spend a year exploring the New York State Canal System and developing an art-based project to address the challenges of keeping it in a good state of repair. All mediums welcome. Total funding $40,000.
Deadline: October 21, 2022 | eriecanalmuseum.org
Harry Ransom Center, UT Austin – Fellowships in the Humanities
The Ransom Center will award 10 dissertation fellowships and up to 60 postdoctoral fellowships for its 2023–24 program, which supports research on the cultural works in its collections from a historical context. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: November 14, 2022 (5pm CST) | hrc.utexas.edu
John Michael Kohler Arts Center – 2023 Lenore G. Tawney Fellowship
This remote fellowship, which runs from May through December 2023, fosters engagement with Tawney’s art environment at JMKAC’s Art Preserve in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. It includes a $30,000 stipend plus additional funds of up to $10,000. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: November 14, 2022 | jmkac.org
Millay Arts – Steepletop & Wintertide Residencies
Dive into your creative project in a supportive, inspiring environment! The partially subsidized monthlong Steepletop Residency and Wintertide Rustic Retreat include private bedrooms and studios. The fee to apply is $40.
RAIR 2023 Artist Residency
Situated within a construction and demolition recycling center in Philadelphia, RAIR offers artists on-site access to recovered materials, studio space, construction equipment, and a $1,000 stipend. The application fee is $25. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: October 31, 2022 | rairphilly.org
Smithsonian American Art Museum – 2023–24 Research Fellowships
Residential fellowships at SAAM and its Renwick Gallery support full-time, independent research on US art, craft, and visual culture. Paid appointments are available at graduate, doctoral, postdoctoral, and senior levels. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: November 1, 2022 | americanart.si.edu
Velvetpark – 2023 Writers Residency
The third edition of this residency is open to writers at any point in their career. The resident will receive studio space in Brooklyn for six months to develop and complete a body of work. The application fee is $25.
Deadline: November 11, 2022 | velvetparkmedia.com
Hyperallergic – Emily Hall Tremaine Journalism Fellowship for Curators
Five curators will each receive $5,000 to support ongoing research and develop their experience in creating accessible writing and digital exhibitions for a wide audience. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: October 15, 2022 | apply.workable.com
National Gallery of Art & Yale Center for British Art – Center/YCBA Postdoctoral Fellowship
The Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery and YCBA teamed up to create two new two-year postdoctoral fellowships, which come with annual awards of $58,000–$60,000.
Deadline: November 15, 2022 | nga.gov
Smack Mellon – 2023–24 Artist Studio Program
Six NYC artists working in any visual arts media will be awarded free private studio space, access to shared facilities including a digital production lab, and a fellowship (depending on funding).
Deadline: November 23, 2022 | smackmellon.org
Open Calls for Art & Writing
apexart – NYC Group Exhibition
Curators, artists, academics, art professionals, and anyone with a compelling idea can submit a 500-word proposal for a group exhibition in apexart’s NYC space and online in 2023–24. Support includes a $10,000 budget and more.
Deadline: October 31, 2022 | apexart.org
Massachusetts Design Art and Technology Institute (DATMA) – SHELTER 2023
This request for qualifications asks artists to consider themes of shelter for an outdoor public installation in New Bedford. Three finalists will get $1,000 to develop proposals; the selected artist receives another $25,000.
Deadline: November 1, 2022 | datma.org
National Liberty Museum – Imagined Futures
Philadelphia’s NLM invites artists to share their visions for dreamlike and fantastical futures. Artworks should hold a mirror to societal issues, historical and contemporary, asking the question “What if?” All mediums welcome.
Deadline: October 16, 2022 | libertymuseum.org
Beam Center – 2023 Beam Project NYC
Beam Center seeks design proposals for public art that will be brought to life through collaborations between youth and artists. Selected projects come with a $5,000 award plus a $15,000 fabrication budget.
Deadline: November 7, 2022 | beamcenter.org
Grants & Awards
Loewe Foundation – Craft Prize 2023
Craft artists and artisans can apply for this award, which comes with a top prize of €50,000. Finalists whose work receives a Special Mention will receive €5,000.
Deadline: October 25, 2022 (6pm EDT) | craftprize.loewe.com
Marjorie Strider Foundation
Two artists who have been undeterred in pursuing their vision will each receive a $5,000 grant to support the creation and production of new work, as well as their professional advancement.
Deadline: November 1, 2022 | marjoriestriderfoundation.org
Mid Atlantic Arts – USArtists International
Designed to encourage the presence of US performing artists on international stages and in the global arts community, these grants of up to $18,000 support eligible expenses for in-person and virtual engagements.
Deadline: November 30, 2022 | midatlanticarts.org
National Sculpture Society – Stanley Bleifeld Memorial Grant
This $5,000 prize is awarded to a sculptor who has demonstrated outstanding ability in their field and created a body of work inspired by nature, which must include sculpture in bas-relief and in the round.
Deadline: November 1, 2022 | nationalsculpture.org
NEFA – Public Art for Spatial Justice
Ranging from $15,000 to $30,000, these grants for Massachusetts-based artists and organizations are for public art projects that help people see, feel, experience, and imagine spatial justice.
Deadline: October 17, 2022 | nefa.org
Rbhu – Rbhu Gives Back
This arts-focused engineering design firm is offering artists in need $12,000 worth of free structural and mechanical engineering services for works of any size.
Deadline: October 31, 2022 | rbhu.org
Other opportunities closing soon:
- ArtFields 2023
- Banff Centre – Emerging Banff Artist in Residence 2023
- Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans
- The Bennett Prize
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