Call for Artists: Febuary 2024
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Open Call for Locust Projects Digital Commissions 2024
Deadline: February 5, 2020
Locust Projects invites local, national, and international artists to apply for the opportunity to propose ambitious multi-layered digital projects that respond to the hybridity and flexibility of Locust Projects’ physical space in Miami and various presenting platforms from onsite, galleries, interior or exterior surfaces, on screens, or online. These projects may be new proposals or current works-inprogress. They can also be existing works that require support for their next iteration or evolution. Locust Projects offers selected artists curatorial guidance, production budgets, and an artist’s fee. W.A.G.E. W.A.G.E., documentation, as well as a residency opportunity that allows you to live and work in the area.
2024 Southern Prize for Visual Arts
Deadline: February 9, 2020
The South Arts Southern Prizes and State Fellowships recognize, support, celebrate, and honor the highest quality artistic works being created in the American South. The program is open only to artists who live in the South Arts Region: Alabama, Florida Georgia, Kentucky Louisiana, Mississippi North Carolina South Carolina and Tennessee. South Arts is dedicated to funding and practices which create greater cultural equity. They also represent the diversity in artistic expressions of our region. A national jury will select nine-state fellows in a two tier selection process. A second jury will select Southern Prize Winners and Finalists. Jurors make their selections on the basis of artistic excellence that reflects the diversity of artistic expression in the region. This program is open to artists in various categories.
This call requires a $25 fee to apply.
2024 MacDowell Fellowship
MacDowell New Hampshire
Deadline: 10 February 2024
MacDowell is currently accepting applications for the Fall Winter 2024-2025 residency season (September 1, 2024-February 28, 2025). Around 300 artists from seven disciplines receive Fellowships every year. The only criteria for acceptance is artistic quality. No residency fees are charged. Travel grants and stipends based on need are available to make the residency experience accessible to as many artists as possible. Artists with professional standing, as well as emerging artist, are eligible to submit an application. MacDowell encourages artists of all backgrounds and nationalities to apply, regardless of their stage in their career. This includes those in architecture, film/video art, interdisciplinary arts (literature, music composition, theatre and visual arts). MacDowell’s mission is to nurture the arts by offering talented individuals an inspiring residential environment in which they can produce enduring works of the imagination.
This call comes with a $30 application charge.
Black Women Photographers Grant Fund
Deadline: 17 February 2024
In partnership with Nikon the Black Women Photographers’ grant fund will award monetary grants to Black women who work in the industry totaling $50,000. The grants were designed to help Black women complete their visual projects, and to reduce the burden on business expenses. Apply to win a share of $50,000 in project and business grants, as well as the latest Nikon Z series mirrorless gear. International applicants are also welcomed to apply.
University of South Florida – College of the Arts Positions
Deadline: February 18, 2020-March 15, 2020
The School of Art & Art History at the University for South Florida invites applications for two full-time, tenure-track positions: Assistant/Associate Professor in Animation and Assistant Professor in Data Visualization. Applications are also open for the Director of the School of Art & Art History.
Azule Artist Residency Mountain Retreat
Hot Springs, North Carolina
Azule is a community-based organization that has developed a residency for artists, musicians, writers, architects and builders. Located on 35 rural acres in Western North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, Azule’s facility is the result of decades of work by local craftsmen, using predominantly locally harvested or reused materials and constructed with traditional techniques. Artists must be 18 years old or older to apply, with international applicants eligible to participate in the residency.
Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant
These monthly grants range from $500–$3,000, with the average amount being $1,700. Visual and performing arts artists with a contemporary, innovative nature who have a US IRS Tax ID Number are eligible to apply.
Nancy Norton Tomasko Award
The Nancy Norton Tomasko Scholarship fund is dedicated to providing financial support for individuals wishing to learn more about the book arts. The Center will offer scholarships covering tuition and materials costs for one individual course. The Center will award scholarships based on financial need as well as proof that the student has met the prerequisites of the desired course. Please fill out the following form and submit it at least 3 weeks before the workshop start date to be considered.