April 13, 2022 | Issue 46
Your Path to Thriving
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.
Roberta Smith with The New York Times covers The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new exhibition. This critic’s pick features the works of artist Winslow Homer (1836 – 1910). Smith raves about what an incredible experience it is to visit this exhibition.
Richard Reitzell, an art collector and author of From a Versatile Brush the Life and Art of Jean Mannheim, writes this essay for California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks on the role of power in art. His piece touches on royalty, religion, light and more. This essay will make you question how necessary is power in art, and can it be avoided.
The Jerome Hill Artist Fellowships support Minnesota and New York City based artists who make risky creative work that do not fall into the conventional artistic forms. This is for newer artists (within 2nd – 10th year of art making). Artistic mediums include visual arts, performance art, spoken word, music, literature, film, dance, and technology centered art.
Application Deadline: May 4, 2022 at 4PM CST
Grant Amount: $50,000 (over two years)
Elizabeth Strickler gives this brief TED talk on NFTs and what this means for the future of artists and content creators. Stickler dives into how this can create flows of income whether it be in or out of the metaverse.
The Nicholson Project was founded with a deep commitment to providing artists with space and support to create and further their practice. This residency provides full time living arrangements in a historic home that includes a an artist studio and apartment with a fully furnished bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. This residency is open to emerging, mid-career and established visual artists, designers, chefs, gardeners, architects and more. This award is focused on BIPOC artists who live in or have ties to Southeast Washington, D.C.
Application Deadline: May 15, 2022 at 11:59PM EST
Application Fee: $15
Grant Amount: Residential Suite, $5,000 stipend, and up to $2,000 to implement project
This grant is for under-recognized visual artists who are in need of direct support. Artists must be 21 years and older.
Application Deadline: April 29, 2022
Application Fee: $15
Grant Amount: Up to $10,000
The Circ Artist Grant is open to all mediums of visual arts with the exception of video/film. This grant supports two artists that have shown a commitment to their art and want to advance and further their practice.
Application Deadline: April 20, 2022
Application Fee: $25
Grant Amount: $550
The National Endowment for the Humanities and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation jointly support individual scholars pursuing interpretive research projects that require digital expression and publication. This grant must be research focused over 6 to 12 months.
Application Deadline: April 25, 2022
Award Amount: up to $5,000 per month
2021 Summit recordings are still available!
Simply log back into Sched and watch any session you may have missed
(or re-watch your favorites!). Video are currently only available to those who registered for the 2021 Artists Thrive Summit.
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