Foundation / Corporation
Kresge Arts in Detroit
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Fellowships of $25,000 and awards of $5,000 to Michigan emerging and established individual artists to support professional development activities. Funding is intended for activities related to the fields of film, music, and live arts. Applications are accepted from artists residing in the Detroit area counties of Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne. Funds may be spent on any aspect of an artist's creative practice or life (i.e. making new work, renting or purchasing studio space, travel, general living expenses, paying off debt, etc.).
Kresge Artist Fellowships include financial awards, professional development support, and the creation of a short, documentary-style film highlighting the artist’s work. Artists of all career stages are invited to apply. Fellowships recognize creative vision and commitment to excellence within a wide range of artistic disciplines, including artists who have been academically trained, self-taught artists, and artists whose art forms have been passed down through cultural heritage.
Gilda Awards are prizes for emerging artists, named in honor of artist, CCS professor, and 2009 Kresge Artist Fellow Gilda Snowden (1954–2014). Gilda Awards recognize artists who are early in their careers, are gaining momentum, and who demonstrate exceptional potential through creative risk-taking and pushing the boundaries of their chosen art form.
Kresge Artist Fellowship recognize artists who have:
Gilda Awards recognize artist who are:
GrantWatch ID#: 166667
Live Arts: 9 Kresge Artist Fellowships and 1 Gilda Award; Film & Music: 9 Kresge Artist Fellowships and 1 Gilda Award
Kresge Artist Fellowships are $25,000 each. Gilda Awards are $5,000 each.
The Fellowship period is July 2020 – July 2021.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online (separate links for Film & Music, and for Live Arts): https://kresge.slideroom.com/
Kresge Arts in Detroit
201 E. Kirby
Detroit, MI 48202
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USA: Michigan: Detroit Area/Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne Counties
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