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Residencies, Workshops, & Fellowships
Currier Museum of Art – 2023–24 Artist-in-Residence
Artists with a history of community engagement can apply for this social practice residency, which comes with a stipend, travel allowance, materials budget, and housing in a fully furnished home in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Deadline: December 1, 2022 | bit.ly/CurrierAIR22
Amant Studio & Research Residency Program
Artists from around the world with experimental practices in visual arts, cultural theory, performance, filmmaking, and writing can apply for three-month residencies in NYC, which come with monthly $3,000 allowances.
Deadline: November 15, 2022 | amant.org
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest – Artist-in-Residence
Up to four artists will be selected and receive $2,500 stipends. One residency is for a regional artist in Kentucky or Southern Indiana while another is for an artist whose work addresses environmental issues.
Deadline: November 28, 2022 | bernheim.org
Collar Works – Elizabeth Murray Artist Residency
This program on a 77-acre farm in upstate New York offers a five-week summer residency, two- and four-week residencies for individual artists, and one-week residencies for families. The application fee is $25.
Deadline: December 15, 2022 | collarworks.org
Kala Art Institute – Print Public Municipal Artist Residency
Two local artists or teams will be selected to work as cultural strategists for the City of Berkeley, California. They’ll receive $9,000 and an additional $1,000 for materials, plus a 16-month residency at Kala.
Deadline: November 18, 2022 | kala.org
Moab Arts – Re-Use Residency
Challenge the perception of waste culture at this residency at the intersection of art, community, and waste systems. Artists receive studio space, project and community facilitation, a $1,500 stipend, and more.
Deadline: November 30, 2022 | moabarts.org
Socrates Sculpture Park – Transformation
The artists selected for this fellowship and exhibition program will receive an $8,000 production grant, a $2,000 honorarium, and three months of access to the park’s resources and fabrication facilities.
Deadline: December 4, 2022 | socratessculpturepark.org
Open Calls for Art & Writing
MOZAIK Philanthropy – Future Art Awards: WOMAN. LIFE. FREEDOM.
Artists from around the world who wish to express support for Iran’s protestors can submit work. Those selected will receive honorariums and be featured in a virtual exhibition. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: November 15, 2022 | mozaikphilanthropy.org
Monument Lab – ARCH: Art Remediating Campus Histories Project
What stories are missing from Bryn Mawr College? Artists can submit a statement of interest to create a public artwork for the campus. The final budget is $560,000 and the artist fee is $112,000.
Deadline: November 8, 2022 | monumentlab.com
More Art – Engaging Artists Commission
Early career artists will receive $8,000 to realize a socially engaged public art project in New York City, plus curatorial, conceptual, budgetary, and logistical mentorship.
Deadline: December 1, 2022 | moreart.org
Newburgh Arts & Cultural Commission – Be-Spoke Artist-Designed Bike Racks
Artists living or working in the 13 counties along the Hudson River from Brooklyn to Albany can apply for the chance to create six sculptural bike racks sited around Newburgh, New York.
Deadline: November 15, 2022 | newburghart.org
Grants & Awards
Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation – 2023 Individual Support Grants
This program was conceived in order to recognize and support serious, fully committed visual artists who have been creating mature art for at least 20 years and who are in current financial need. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: January 18, 2023 | gottliebfoundation.org
Art Dealers Association of America – ADAA Relief Fund
Galleries and nonprofit arts organizations recovering from natural disasters can apply for immediate financial support in the form of discretionary grants historically averaging $10,000 each. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Bronx Council on the Arts – Community Engagement Grants
Three grants are available for Bronx-based artists, collectives, and nonprofit arts organizations. Ranging from $1,000 to $5,000, these awards support community-focused artworks, art projects, and activities.
Deadline: November 14, 2022 | bronxarts.org
The Aftermath Project – 1492/1619 Grants
Open to photographers worldwide who want to create work that illuminates issues relating to the aftermath of the US’s original sins, the grant winner will receive $25,000 while four finalists will get $5,000 each.
Deadline: November 18, 2022 | theaftermathproject.org
University of Richmond – Executive Director, University Museums
The University of Richmond invites applications for the position of Executive Director of University Museums. We are looking for a museum professional committed to promoting excellent visual art on campus.
Maryland Institute College of Art – Director, LeRoy E. Hoffberger School of Painting MFA Program
Dedicated educators with significant professional experience in painting are invited to apply for this leadership role at our private art and design college known for dedication to student learning and teaching excellence. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: November 15, 2022 | mica.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/Faculty
CUNY, John Jay College – Assistant Professor in 2D and African American Art/African or African Diaspora
Candidates for this tenure track position at the City University of New York should have an established, conceptually mature studio art practice in 2D media and art historical scholarship in African-American art.
Deadline: January 8, 2023 | cuny.jobs
Other opportunities closing soon:
- Harry Ransom Center, UT Austin – Fellowships in the Humanities
- John Michael Kohler Arts Center – 2023 Lenore G. Tawney Fellowship
- Velvetpark – 2023 Writers Residency
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