No matter what, the arts will persist. Check out these opportunities for artists to continue to create in this period of social distancing.
Find more at https://artisttrust.org/opportunities/
Adobe Creative Residency Community Fund
First Round Due June 1st; Second Round Due September 7th
Adobe has established the $1M Adobe Creative Residency Community Fund to help visual creators stay on track and achieve their dreams. You can choose to apply for one of the following: a paid Adobe project commission or a grant for your own project.
Selected funded projects will receive a grant for anywhere between $500 and $5,000, with the amount to be determined by the selection committee. If you apply and are selected to work on a commission, you’ll receive between $500 and $5,000. The amount will be determined by the selection committee based on the length of the engagement and the scope of work.
Each selected artist will receive up to $8,600. The budget includes a $7,000 temporary art commission and a $200 stipend for each workshop attended up to $1,600.
Confluence Gallery Call to Artists
Check Website for Details
Confluence Gallery in Twisp is in the process of reopening, and has a call to artists for two upcoming shows. Information about the selection process will be posted on their website approximately two months before the show.
Hooves, Hearts and Fairytails: July 18 – August 24, 2020
Gems & Geology: November 28, 2020 – January 11, 2021
The MAC Fellowship Program
Due August 12
The MAC Fellowship Program from The Robert B. McMillen Foundation is designed to recognize and empower highly-motivated emerging and mid-career artists looking to transition from undiscovered to established, self-sustaining professionals. Aside from artistic merit, artistic excellence, and providing funding to help ensure artists thrive, the Foundation’s Fellowship Program looks to deepen personal connections with individual artists for the purposes of sending out ripples into communities, cities, and our great state. Artists are compensated at different levels: $10,000, $5,000 and Emerging Artist Recognition.
Icicle Fund CHA CHA Artist in Residence: Wenatchee
Due November 1
As part of its 20th anniversary celebration, the Icicle Fund is hosting two Artist-In-Residence events to celebrate the Conservation, History and Arts (CHA) of North Central Washington at the Methow River (rescheduled to October 2-4, 2020) and the Wenatchee River (rescheduled to May 21-23 2021). The goal of the residencies is to honor, celebrate and record the unique environmental aspects of each location, inspired by revisiting past work created by poet William Stafford in the Methow Valley (1993) or Watershed Artists in the Wenatchee Valley (2001).
Applications for the Wenatchee Residency will be available September 1-November 1st. Artists of any discipline in NCW are encouraged to apply. Up to 16 artists across disciplines will be selected for each location, and will visit up to ten selected locations during the weekend. They will document their surroundings through visual arts, writings, music, and other creative mediums, with the opportunity to draw from changed conditions of the environment as illustrated by Stafford and Watershed Artists. After the residency, a traveling exhibit will be scheduled to showcase the work produced by participating artists.
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