Foundation / Corporation
Mid-America Arts Alliance - Artists 360
Grants of $1,500 and $7,500 to Arkansas practicing and student artists in eligible counties for career advancement and project support. Funding is intended for creative projects, entrepreneurship skill development, and networking. Eligible artists must reside in one of the following counties: Benton, Carroll, Crawford, Sebastian, or Washington.
Projects that involve the touring/presenting of your work within and outside of Arkansas. Examples include:
(Successful Touring Project applicants will have a well-articulated project description and plan for touring, and how the project fits into their overall body of work.)
Works in Progress
Projects that involve a specific phase of a work in progress that has a clear end goal. (Projects DO NOT need to have a public component.) Examples include:
(Successful Works in Progress Project applicants will have a well-articulated project description, specifying the stage of the project the grant will support and how the project fits into their overall body of work.)
Creative Research and Professional Advancement
Projects that focus on professional advancement and creative research opportunities that strengthen an artist’s expertise and advances their creative practice. Examples include:
(Successful Creative Research and Professional Advancement Project applicants will articulate the artistic strength, quality, and reputation of the proposed residency, workshop, laboratory, apprenticeship or research opportunity, and how the project fits into their overall body of work.)
Projects that activate Northwest Arkansas communities and address social issues, opportunities and challenges. Projects must focus on the creation and presentation of art and have a public component. Examples of projects include:
(Successful Social Practice Project applicants will have a well-articulated project description that includes clear outcomes; impact/benefit for the community being served, and how the project fits into their overall body of work.)
GrantWatch ID#: 183484
Student Artists: $1,500
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Practicing Artist Application:
Student Artist Application:
Aplicación para Artistas Practicantes:
Aplicación para Artistas Estudiantes :
USA: Arkansas: Benton, Carroll, Crawford, Sebastian or Washington
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