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Louden describes herself as an activist for artists. “In my life,” she says, “most of the opportunities, that I’ve been grateful to receive, have come from collaborative exchanges and relationships with people that I’ve reached out to, or cultivated relationships with. Community building is the soul of how artists can sustain their lives over the


A list of residencies, grant, and award opportunities for artists, writers, and curators in all disciplines, with deadlines in March and April 2019.


We asked the panelists who recently completed the process of reviewing the 2019 cycle applications about some common strengths and weaknesses they saw.


A list of residencies, grant, and award opportunities for artists, writers, and curators in all disciplines, each with a deadline in February or March, 2019.


Every month we compile a list of residencies, grant and award opportunities, and open calls for artists and curators working in all disciplines.


Every month we compile a list of residencies, grant and award opportunities, and open calls for artists and curators working in all disciplines. Each residency we choose to highlight is either free to the artists, or comes with funding. We have an upcoming online workshop November 8 to help artists design their own residency. Neil


Every month we compile a list of residencies, grant and award opportunities, and open calls for artists and curators working in all disciplines. Need help writing a competitive application for a grant or residency? Ethan Nosowsky, Editorial Director of Graywolf Press, has participated in many grant juries and residency panels, and offers his expertise in


Every month we compile a list of residencies, grant and award opportunities, and open calls for artists and curators working in all disciplines. Akumal International Artists Residency Quintana Roo, Mexico Deadline: August 1, 2018 Over the course of four weeks, artists will be immersed in a Caribbean environment with emphasis on a specific project or


Accounting for the unknown can be a daunting task, but there are ways to structure and plan a budget that make it less about guesswork and more about smart planning. We’ve compiled some advice to help you create a realistic budget for grants or your own personal use.


Acknowledging What Work Samples Do The first thing to keep in mind is that during a review process, evaluators aren’t just looking at your work alone. In a single day, an evaluator may be looking at upwards of 100 different projects, many of which may be addressing similar issues or share aesthetic similarities. The evaluators