Community Foundation for Kingston and Area (CFKA) and Kingston Arts Council (KAC)
10/20/21 5:00 PM EST
Grant of up to $2,500 to an Ontario artist or artisan in eligible locations to support career development and artistic growth. Funding is intended for continuing education and training, mentorships and residencies, materials and equipment, and travel costs for collaboration. Eligible applicants are early-career visual artists or artisans under the age of 40, residing in the Kingston area, which includes the City as well as the Townships of Loyalist, South Frontenac, Central Frontenac, North Frontenac, and Frontenac Islands.
Visual Media includes the disciplines and cross-disciplines of painting, printmaking, drawing, photography, sculpture, installation, pottery, weaving, spinning and sewing, glasswork, and metalwork, and also includes video and experimental filmmaking. Experimental sound work and performance art will be considered if the art practice in question has a visual component and/or speaks to a visual arts context.
The grant is intended to support artists and/or artisans in the exploration of their medium and to challenge their practice in new directions.
Eligible uses of the grant include but are not limited to: contributing to funding for postsecondary studies in an arts program, enrollment in workshops, specialized skills training, mentorships and residencies, the purchase of equipment and/or materials, and travel costs only where such use of the grant will directly enable the applicant to work closely with other artists of similar or advanced skill level.
GrantWatch ID#: 152879
This grant is awarded annually to one individual.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct questions to Felix Lee, Grants Coordinator, at the email address above or call 613-546-2787.
Canada: Ontario: Kingston area, including the City as well as the Townships of Loyalist, South Frontenac, Central Frontenac, North Frontenac, and Frontenac Islands.;
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