Make Your Mark Through the ARTS

Do you or your organization dabble in the arts? GrantWatch.com lists grants for artists, performing arts, music, dance, visual, graphic, arts programming, local arts events, and arts education. We also list grants for film, media and design. GrantWatch.com is the grant search that gets results

During my Fine Arts Minor at Brooklyn College, I was intrigued by Cubism. In my art history textbook, the piece I interpreted and painted (see above) only appeared in gray scale and the internet had not yet been born. Yet, I saw the color within the lines. 

Throughout my teaching career, I used Cubism to help students overcome the fear of the empty page with the ability to explore everything in terms of planes and angles using rulers, shades and tints. New grants are awarded regularly to those who are looking to overcome these fears and color within the lines. 

If you’re an artist – whether visual artist, arts educator, performing artist, a musical artist, a writer, or a digital artist – and want to make your mark on the world, find the grant you need to achieve your dream on GrantWatch.com!

Hundreds of years from now, a student could be studying YOUR work. Who knows what your period’s name will be? Millenism or DigitalDots?  

This is the original painted in 1909 by Pablo Picasso, Woman and Pears Fernande Olivier. According to the Met Museum, "Cubism was one of the most influential visual art styles of the early twentieth century. It was created by Pablo Picasso  (Spanish, 1881–1973) and Georges Braque (French, 1882–1963) in Paris between 1907 and 1914. The Cubist painters rejected the inherited concept that art should reflect nature…So they reduced and fractured objects into geometric forms, and then realigned these within a shallow, relieflike space. They also used multiple or contrasting vantage points."

Today, you can visit MOMA, The Museum of Modern Art, The MET and many other museums around the world to see some of the original works from and inspired by this period.

If you’re an arts nonprofit, educational facility or enthusiast of the arts, be sure to browse the art grants on GrantWatch.com. We list a variety of grants for the artistic and cultural enrichment of students and communities.

Make your mark with grants for the arts. Unlock your potential or help a friend or family member discover their own creative abilities today!

About the Author: Libby Hikind is the CEO and Founder of GrantWatch.com and five other affiliate websites.

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