Foundation / Corporation
Grants ranging from $2,500 to $10,000 to USA, Canada, and International nonprofit organizations, festivals, museums, and biennials for exhibits featuring artists from Israel. Funding is intended for a range of exhibitions, including institutional or independent projects, events, or presentations that feature one or more artists who identify as being from Israel.
Exhibition Grants provide support for solo and group exhibitions outside of Israel that include artists from Israel at key moments in their career. Artis has supported exhibitions at both major international institutions including biennials and museums, as well as smaller venues and alternative spaces since 2004.
Successful grantees demonstrate advanced curatorial thinking, experimentation, and artistic excellence, and include audience engagement programs. Preference is given to applicants that demonstrate that artists are adequately supported as reflected in the project’s budget (this might include artist stipends, production and travel support, and other basic costs associated with an exhibition or project).
GrantWatch ID#: 177464
Organizations may request between $2,500 and $10,000, depending on a project’s scope and budget.
Projects must take place in 2019.
Grants are awarded only to nonprofit organizations outside of Israel such as museums, biennials, festivals, and experimental or independent spaces. Grants are awarded for a range of exhibitions, including institutional or independent projects, events, or presentations that feature one or more artists who identify as being from Israel.
Artists may identify as being from Israel regardless of current location of residence, race, religion, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, political persuasion, or additional national identity.
As part of the Exhibition Grant Program, Artis does not fund: exhibitions in Israel, tuition fees, residencies, commercial galleries, for profit enterprises, religious centers, grants exclusively for publications, or general operating support. Individuals, including artists, may not apply for an Exhibition Grant.
Artis will fund the same venue more than once for different exhibitions, but successful venues may only receive funding three consecutive years in a row. Following three years of funding, grantees must wait a full calendar year before applying again.
From October 19 – November 30, Exhibition Grant applications will be accepted.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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International country outside of the USA, Israel and Canada.