Foundation / Corporation
Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina
01/27/17 5:00 PM Receipt
Grant of $6,000 to a Charleston County, South Carolina visual artist for the creation of new work that represents an aspect of the Lowcountry’s unique life, culture, or environment. The financial award is intended to support the artist during creation of a work of art which will then be the personal property of the artist, to keep, show or sell at his or her discretion.
The proposed work of art may be done in oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels, drawing, or a combination of those media, or it may be a work of three-dimensional fine art sculpture; “fine art” is used here to exclude crafts and installation art from 3-D works of sculpture.
The winning applicant will propose a subject, style or approach that is innovative, not already available in galleries or studios. The winner will be determined based on a written application and on samples of past work, both of which will be considered by members of a Review Panel.
The primary criteria are artistic talent, seriousness of purpose, a clear vision for the work to be produced, and the appeal of that vision. The applicant’s apparent need for the Award money will be a factor in the selection process.
GrantWatch ID#: 154775
The applicant must commit to completing the new work of art in a period of three months’ time or less, by September 2016.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Sydney Meeks Fowler, Program Officer
Griffith-Reyburn Art Award
635 Rutledge Avenue, Suite 201
Charleston, SC 29403
USA: South Carolina
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