Foundation / Corporation
Northern Clay Center and Jerome Foundation
02/10/20 5:00 PM Receipt
Grants of $6,000 to Minnesota individual artists in specific disciplines for projects that promote career development. Funding is intended to help artists at relatively early stages in their careers accomplish specific, short-term goals. Grants may be used to support emerging ceramic artists. Activities may include, but are not limited to, experimenting with new techniques and materials; working with or studying with a mentor; purchasing equipment to facilitate an aesthetic or technical investigation; providing studio time, studio rental, supplies, technical support, collaborations between ceramic artists and artists working in other media; education or exhibition opportunities; and travel.
An exhibition of work produced during the grant period will take place at Northern Clay Center at the conclusion of the grant. Additionally, recipients will provide a brief image talk about their work in conjunction with the exhibition.
The Foundation supports emerging professional artists who are the principal creators of new work, and:
GrantWatch ID#: 167460
Projects must take place between April 1 and December 31, 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online at the URL for Full Text, below.
Or mail or hand deliver hard copies to:
Northern Clay Center
2424 Franklin Avenue East
Minneapolis, MN 55406
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