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Residencies, Workshops, & Fellowships
California Institute of the Arts – Charles Gaines MFA Fellowship
Funding for two full-tuition fellowships is available for CalArts MFA Art students who identify as Black Americans of the African diaspora or as Mexican or of Central American descent. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: January 5, 2023 | calarts.edu
Sculpture Space – 2024 Artist Residencies
Located in a historic industrial manufacturing facility in Utica, New York, this sculpture-centric program provides free housing, private studio space, and a stipend to 20–25 artists a year. The application fee is $35. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: January 15, 2023 | sculpturespace.org
Asian American Arts Alliance and MoCADA – The Bandung 2023 Residency
NYC-based visionaries whose practice is intended to foster solidarity between AAPI and Black communities can apply for this four-month program, which includes a $1,500 honorarium plus up to $1,000 in project support.
Deadline: January 9, 2023 | aaartsalliance.org
Folger Shakespeare Library – Artistic Research Fellowships
Artists whose work would benefit from significant primary research can apply for either a virtual fellowship or a short-term residential fellowship, both of which come with a $4,000 monthly stipend.
Deadline: January 15, 2023 | folger.edu
Kresge Artist Fellowships
Metro Detroit artists can apply for fellowships in Literary Arts and Visual Arts. Twenty people will win no-strings-attached awards of $25,000 while another 10 emerging artists will receive $5,000.
Deadline: January 19, 2023 | kresgeartsindetroit.org
Open Calls for Art & Writing
Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation – Curatorial Open Call
Curators and academics can submit exhibition proposals that address sociocultural issues or imaginatively examine global narratives and histories. An honorarium totaling $5,000 will be awarded for their work on the exhibition and accompanying catalogue essay.
Deadline: December 15, 2022 | sdrubin.org
Grants & Awards
Queens Arts Fund
The Queen Arts Fund (QAF) supports small, local arts and culture nonprofits, individual artists, and artist collectives with grants ranging from $1,000 to $5,000. Read more on Hyperallergic.
Deadline: January 5, 2023 | nyfa.org
Portland Museum of Art and the Climate Initiative – Tidal Shift Award
Young artists between the ages of 14 and 22 who live across the Northeastern US can win $2,500–$5,000 for a work of art contemplating an issue and/or a solution to a climate change crisis facing their community.
Deadline: February 28, 2023 | tidalshiftaward.com
University of Minnesota Department of Art – Assistant Professor of Printmaking & Drawing
Candidates for this tenure-track position should be engaged artists with expertise in printmaking and drawing, skills in manual and digital processes, a strong professional record, and the ability to teach across the curriculum.
Deadline: January 8, 2023 | z.umn.edu/ArtDeptDPP2023
Dorothea and Leo Rabkin Foundation – Executive Director
The Rabkin Foundation is seeking a writer and administrator with experience in the art journalist community for this full-time, on-site position. Compensation starts at $150,000. To apply, send an introduction letter and CV to the email below.
Deadline: January 2, 2023 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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