Foundation / Corporation
United Arts Council
Grants to North Carolina emerging and established individual artists, as well as small, unincorporated groups of collaborating artists based in eligible counties. Funds may be spent on only those activities specified in the application or approved in writing for a revision. Eligible counties are Franklin, Johnston, Vance, Wake, and Warren.
Typical grant awards may include funds for the following:
- Completion/Production of New Work: The cost of purchasing materials to complete a new work or the cost of renting a facility for presentation of a new work
- Career Promotion: Recordings, portfolios, editorial assistance
- Equipment: Cost of purchasing equipment—e.g., kiln for a potter, loom for a weaver, lens for a photographer
- Training: Advanced study, coaching, workshops or seminars that will enhance the applicant's abilities
- Travel: Costs for transportation lodging and food associated with training or research
Questions to Determine if a Professional Development Grant is a Good Fit for Your Project:
Ask yourself the following questions to help determine whether this is a good match for your proposed artistic project and effort:
- Do I believe that I'm a good candidate for receiving a grant?
- Is this grant opportunity a good match for my artistic vision, goals, and efforts?
- What will my artistic experience and vision do for me?
- Do I have the technical qualifications and abilities to be considered for an award?
- Is the grant opportunity specifically available for emerging (beginning), mid-career, or advanced artists, and would I qualify?
- Do the application guidelines indicate a specific exhibition or performance history, and do I have this type of exposure for my work?
- How will my artistic career benefit from this opportunity?
- How will this grant advance my opportunities to exhibit or present my work? Will this opportunity provide additional exposure for my efforts?
GrantWatch ID#: 147813
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Click here to apply online: https://unitedarts.submittable.com/submit/155153/2020-21-professional-development-grant-application
For more information about Professional Development Grants for Artists, contact Brandi Neuwirth at email@example.com.
USA: North Carolina: Franklin, Johnston, Vance, Wake, and Warren County
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