Photography Grants:Big thanks to Alison Roh Park again for hitting us up with these informational links on grants, fellowships,etc.
1. Graduate photography students are invited to submit works to inMotion's 2010
Photography Auction & Benefit scheduled for Monday, April 19, 2010 at
the Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers. Selected student works will be
included in the Silent Auction, which will total 40 - 50 lots. The
Benefit also features a Live Auction of high-end contemporary and
classic photographs. Application Attached! Due Nov 20:
2. Humble Open Call: 31 under 31: Young Women in Art Photography II due
before Nov 30:This grant was originally for women under 31, but has been changed to serve any age group that would like to apply.
3. Michael P. Smith Fund
For Documentary Photography
Due Nov 30th
4. Cinereach is now accepting letters of inquiry and sample work for
their winter grant cycle. They will request full proposals from
selected projects in January. Grants range from $5,000 to $50,000 and
are awarded to films at any stage.
Due Dec 1st
5. Sony world photography awards competition due before Dec 4:
6. The Puffin Foundation is accepting grant proposals from emerging
artists in the fields of art, music, photography, theater, and video.
Due Dec 15th http://www.puffinfoundation.org/grants/prospectiveapplicant.html.
7. The year 2010 marks the twentieth anniversary of the Dorothea
Lange–Paul Taylor documentary prize, a $20,000 award given annually by
the Center for Documentary Studies. The Lange-Taylor Prize is offered
to a writer and a photographer in the early stages of a documentary
project Due January, 31, 2010.
Zine/Sketchbook Project: Big shout to Alejandra Perez for hitting us with this one/Shes working on a project with these folks...
1.The Fiction Project : This looks like a pretty cool project, where you receive a small sketchbook, you fill it with art, then you send it back to a library in Red Hook, Brooklyn where they make it available for folks to see in an exhibit.
1. Great listings:
2. Great resource for residencies:
3. Great place, you need to search quite a bit though, for grants:
4. The artists health insurance resource center:
COOL POC(People of Color)SITES:
1. BLACK BUTTERFLY :Arts and Culture from the Bay Area and Beyond
Check this out, a site with some pretty cool things, brought o us by the very talented Ms Karen Seneferu from the Bay Area. This site is run by a very talented artist name Marissa Arteberry.
2. Aesthetic Ascencion: A site for and by African Artists run by Malik Seneferu also out of the Bay Area
3. Society Harriets Alter Ego (SHAE): This is a site which was formally a store in Brooklyn, focusing on a hybrid mixture of fashion, music, art, and African culture. Run by Ngozi Odita
4. Afro Punk: So much to be said about AP, I think the name and the site are pretty self explanatory.Check it out. Be sure to check out the fotos Pablo Serrano from Columbia took at their last event in LA.