Foundation / Corporation
Mid-America Arts Alliance - Artists 360
Grants of $1,500 and grants of $7,500 to Northwest Arkansas student artists and practicing artists for career advancement and skill development and growth opportunities. Eligible artists must reside in one of the following counties: Benton, Crawford, Carroll, Sebastian, or Washington.
For practicing artists, funding is available for creative projects, learning opportunities to develop entrepreneurship skills and build sustainable creative practices, and connections to a dynamic regional artist network.
For student artists, funding is available to support creative practices and career advancement, learning opportunities to develop entrepreneurship skills and build sustainable practices, and connections to a dynamic regional artist network.
Project categories for practicing artists:
- Touring: Projects that involve the touring/presenting of your work within and outside of Arkansas.
- Works in Progress: Projects that involve a specific phase of a work in progress that has a clear end goal.
- Creative Research and Professional Development: Projects that focus on professional advancement and creative research opportunities that strengthen an artist’s expertise and advances their creative practice.
- Social Practice: 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.
For more information about project categories, please see the URL for Full Text (RFP).
GrantWatch ID#: 183484
Practicing Artist: $7,500
Student Artist: $1,500
The grant period will be September 2019 through October 2020.
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, and Washington Counties
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