June 14, 2023 | Issue 74

Your Path to Thriving


self-care offerings


opportunities that bring people together


tips from experts


July 18 - 21, 2023

Winston-Salem, NC & online

In-Person Registration

Regular Registration: $200

Student/Emerging Professionals Registration: $100


Online Registration

Regular Registration $50

Student/Emerging Professionals Registration: $25

Hotel rate expires on June 16. Click here to book.

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Registered attendees have access to monthly pre-Summit content!

Upcoming opportunities


I Can Do That:

Artist Led Galleries

June 28th

at 3pm ET

Summit Attendees Monthly Meet-ups

June 20th

at 3pm ET

Darion D'Anjou's One Minute Film School

June 22nd

at 5pm ET

Article: Six Art-Filled Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth in New York City

Juneteenth, marking the cessation of slavery in the United States, has been celebrated for well over a century, but only recently has it gained federal recognition, underscoring an important shift towards inclusivity and the recognition of diverse cultural histories. Check out these six happenings around New York City.

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Discover Jersey Arts Road Trip Guide

New Jersey brims with eclectic activities, from cutting-edge art and trendy dining spots, to fresh theatrical performances and lavish accommodations. This guide is your key to an ideal visit. Enjoy cultural exhibits, savor delicious meals, and enhance your trip by indulging in a luxurious overnight stay or two.

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Mindfulness Activities

Daily Meditation & Contemplative Practice Offerings: Breathing breaks, reflection journaling, monthly morning practice, midweek mantras, mindful drawing, and meditation. This is a virtual offering from Pratt Institute and is free & open to all.

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Winston-Salem Spotlight: Family Fun Day at Körner’s Folly

Explore the historical Körner’s Folly's 22 intriguing rooms with a scavenger hunt, uncovering local history, art, Victorian innovations, and architecture in a playful manner. Follow Bob’s paw prints to interactive baskets, engage in classic lawn games, and experiment with vintage toys. Don't miss the art table for a craft activity! Self-guided tours run from 10 am-4 pm, final entry at 3 pm. Admission covers all activities. Guests can bring snacks or picnic lunches to relish on the porch or lawn.

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Call Application: BIPOC Filmmaker Grant

Filmed by Bike is sponsoring this grant for BIPOC (black, indigenous, people of color) who are emerging filmmakers. No experience required and no location restrictions. The project must have a strong central. Theme of bicycles. The film must be 25 minutes or shorter.

Application Deadline: June 20, 2023

Grant Amount: $1,500

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Call for Application: WA Grants for Artists’ Progress (GAP)

Grants for Artists’ Progress (GAP), are unrestricted project-based grants for artists working in all disciplines across Washington State. In 2023, Artist Trust will support artists who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) residing in King County, and artists of all backgrounds residing outside King County. In 2023, Artist Trust will award 65 GAPs.

Grant Deadline: June 23, 2023 at 11:59PM PST

Grant Amount: $1,500

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Artists Thrive Monthly Community Meet Up

Join other creatives to discuss budgeting this month. This is free and open to the public. You do not need to be signed up for the summit to attend!

Date: June 29, 2023 at 3:00 PM EST

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Call for Application: The Ryan Hudak LGBTQ+ Playwright Award

The Ryan Hudak LGBTQ+ Playwright Award is an annual cash grant awarded to one New York State-based playwright who self-identifies as LGBTQ+. The Award honors the life and work of Ryan Hudak a gay playwright, theater maker, filmmaker, and a valued member of NYFA’s staff. Tragically, Ryan passed away in May 2022 after a long battle with Leukemia at the age of 32. The Award will be open to playwrights who live in New York State, including those who live within the five boroughs of New York City. Applicants will need to be practicing playwrights and be able to demonstrate an ongoing commitment to their creative practice and career. Applicants will be required to share a statement on how this Award will impact and catalyze their artistic work and practice. Applicants must self-identify as LGBTQ+. Only those who are at least 25 years of age and current New York State residents and have maintained residency for a minimum of twelve months by the application deadline will be considered.

Grant Deadline: June 30, 2023 at 5:00PM EST

Grant Amount: $10,000

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Call for Application: Redline Contemporary Art Center

The INSITE Fund awards public-facing visual arts projects in the Denver Metro and Front Range area. The Fund awards grants to independent artists and artist collectives working across all visual media.

Submission Deadline: June 30, 2023 at 11:59PM

Grant Amount: $5,000 - $10,000

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