2010 Grant Awards: Access to Artistic Excellence
[ March 12, 2009 deadline ]
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Some details of the projects listed below are subject to change, contingent upon prior
18th Street Arts Complex (aka 18th Street Arts Center)
Santa Monica, CA
To support the Residency Program. American and international artists of various disciplines will be hosted for periods ranging from one month to one year.
Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Inc.
Red Wing, MN
To support residencies for visual artists and writers. Ranging from two to four weeks, residencies will provide uninterrupted time and space for artists to advance a work-in-progress or initiate new work.
Anderson Ranch Arts Foundation (aka ) (on behalf of ) ( )
Snowmass Village , CO
To support an artist residency program. Visual and media artists will receive studio space, equipment and materials, meals, housing, travel, and exhibition opportunities.
Art Omi, Inc.
To support the artist residency program. Musicians, writers, dancers, and visual artists will be provided room, board, and a place to work.
Atlantic Center for the Arts, Inc.
New Smyrna Beach, FL
To support interdisciplinary residencies for emerging and mid-career artists. Master artists will collaborate with resident artists in the disciplines of visual, literary, music, and performing arts.
Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
To support residencies for artists to create new work. Participating artists will be provided housing, workspace, technical assistance, and a monthly stipend for two- to four-month residencies.
Byrd Hoffman Watermill Foundation (aka The Watermill Center)
To support artist residencies and community programs at The Watermill Center. Emerging artists and performing groups from a range of backgrounds will be provided with opportunities to develop new work.
Carnegie Mellon University (on behalf of STUDIO for Creative Inquiry)
To support artist residencies at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry. Artists will be provided 10- to 100-day residencies with an emphasis on art and technology residencies.
Corporation of Yaddo (aka Yaddo)
Saratoga Springs, NY
To support artist residencies for first-time applicants at Yaddo. Artists from various disciplines will receive housing, meals, and a fully equipped studio or workspace.
Djerassi Resident Artists Program
To support artist residencies. The project will provide studios, living accommodations, meals, and professional assistance to American visual, media, performing, and literary artists.
Eyebeam Atelier, Inc.
New York, NY
To support the artist residency and fellowship programs. Participating artists will have access to technology equipment and technicians, otherwise not available to them, enabling creation or completion of their work.
Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Inc.
To support the Winter Fellowship Program for Emerging Artists and Writers. The program will provide living accommodations, studios, and monthly stipends to selected poets, fiction writers, and visual artists.
Franconia Sculpture Park
To support the residency and exhibition program for emerging and established artists. Artists will be provided housing, work space, technical and studio assistance, materials, a stipend, and exhibition space.
Friends of A Studio in the Woods
New Orleans, LA
To support the residency program Changing Landscape: A Dialogue Between Arts and the Environment. Lodging, meals, materials expenses, transportation, stipends, and studio space in a rustic setting will be provided.
Headlands Center for the Arts
To support residencies for emerging and mid-career artists. Resident artists will receive monthly stipends, living quarters, meals, travel expenses, and studio space in which to create new work, investigate surrounding communities, and share ideas and their works with other artists.
To support the Writers in Residence program. No-cost residencies will be targeted to women writers at the retreat located on Whidbey Island.
Hermitage Artist Retreat, Inc.
To support artist residencies. Participants will be drawn from accomplished playwrights, composers, and creative artists from other disciplines.
To support the HUB-BUB Residency Program. Pre-professional and emerging visual artists and creative writers will be provided studios, living accommodations, and a stipend.
To support the Fellowship Residency Program. American and international artists working in the visual arts, video, performance, digital media, and literature will receive stipends, technical support, and access to working facilities.
MacDowell Colony, Inc.
To support artist residencies for first-time participants. Artists will receive a working studio, stipends, and room and board.
McColl Center for Visual Art
To support residencies for visual artists. Participating artists will be provided housing, workspace, technical assistance, transportation costs, a materials budget, and a monthly stipend for a three-month residency during the center's 10th anniversary year.
Millay Colony for the Arts, Inc.
To support artist residencies for composers, writers, and visual artists. Participating artists will be provided separate studios and living quarters.
Montalvo Association (aka Montalvo Arts Center)
To support the Lucas Artists Program of residencies at the Montalvo Arts Center. Artists working in the performing, visual, and literary arts also will have the opportunity to present or exhibit their work at Villa Montalvo and other Bay Area venues.
To support an interdisciplinary artist residency for visual artists and writers. In collaboration with the Lighthouse Writers Workshop, artists will complete a residency in tandem with Denver's 2010 Biennial of the Americas: In Good We Trust.
Lake Forest, IL
To support the Collaborative Residency Program for Latino Poets. The project will provide funding for a two-week residency for selected fellows to create new work, strengthen their peer community, and to discuss the challenges they face as artists.
To support residencies that exchange artistic techniques between quilt-makers of Gees Bend, Alabama, and women artisans of Bahia, Brazil. The two disparate communities of the African Diaspora will exchange ideas and traditional lore and produce artworks that combine their traditional techniques.
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Inc.
To support a residency program for emerging visual artists. Artists will be provided with a private studio, full room and board, and weekly private and group critiques by a faculty of leading professional artists.
Vermont Studio Center, Inc.
To support the Integrated Campus Assessment and Master Plan. Through a comprehensive assessment and the creation of a planning document, the center will seek to create long-term capacity that will enable 600 artists and writers to participate in annual residency programs.
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts
To support residencies targeted to minorities and artists of limited financial means. The project will provide stipends to and will fully support artists participating in two- to six-week residencies.
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (Consortium)
To support residency retreats for African American poets. In collaboration with Cave Canem Foundation of New York City, artists will focus on their creative projects at the organization's Mt. San Angelo facility at the foot of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains.
Woodstock Guild of Craftsmen, Inc.
To support the Byrdcliffe Artists-in-Residence Program at the Byrdcliffe Colony. Writers and artists will be given a small stipend to defray their costs, and expanded marketing and increased administrative staff also will be part of the project.
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