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Thanks to Linda Vallejo for posting this on the LA Culture Net listserv.
A to Z Grantwriting Arts and Education Newsletter
Visit www.atozgranwriting.com for additional resources
FEDERAL FUNDING SOURCES IN A VARIETY OF TOPICS
Federal Grants Wire http://www.federalgrantswire.com/
Arts and Culture
National Endowment for the Arts - http://www.nea.gov/
State Arts Agencies - http://www.nasaa-arts.org/new/nasaa/aoa/aoa_contents.shtml
Did YOU submit your proposal for Pentacle's Help Desk/L.A. program for next year?
Through Help Desk/L.A. you can build an infrastructure that will enable you to do what you love to do most... CREATE DANCE!
Help Desk/L.A. is open to all Los Angeles area professional dance companies, independent choreographers and performance artists who:
*Want to move their work and artistic life forward and know they need a stronger organizational foundation to do so.
*Want affordable, expert and personalized support from some of Los Angeles's most respected arts professionals.
*Want to be part of a vibrant supportive professional dance community that meets challenges together.
One Year Visiting Faculty Position in Design and Fabrication The Department
of Art at the Florida State University invites applications for a visiting
non-tenure track faculty position in digital media for the 2011-12 academic
year. Position will be available in August 2011. One year (nine-month)
contract responsibilities include a teaching load of three studio courses
each in the fall and spring terms and regular studio visits with the MFA
students. An MFA in Studio Art or Design or related field with strong
digital media skills. 3D prototyping and modeling and computer programming
are preferred. Foundations, 3D or Digital Media teaching experience a plus.
Applicants must possess a strong commitment to excellence in teaching,
Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that its May 2011 art exhibition, "CityScapes" is now posted on their website. The theme for the Light Space & Time art exhibition is “Cityscapes”. The gallery received submissions from 13 different countries from around the world and they also received entries from 24 different states. Overall, there were 411 entries that were judged. Congratulations to the 45 artists who have been designated as this month’s winners. Due to the high volume and the quality of the entries 35 Special Recognition awards were also designated.
To view this incredible Cityscape Art Exhibition from 45 Talented International Artists, view here: http://www.lightspacetime.com
The application period for 2012 scholarships begins on the 2nd of May and runs until the 4th of July 2011 (date of postmark).
Künstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral
56130 Bad Ems
The conditions for all scholarships with the exception of the curator scholarship are a completed course of study in art (M.F.A. or comparable degree) and two or three years (depending on the respective scholarship) of continuous artistic work after the conclusion of the studies. Applications are also possible for autodidacts distinguished by special artistic achievements, as documented by exhibitions and prizes.
Calling all artists: The prospectus is available for the Plein Air Juried Competition Exhibit at the Brea Gallery. The deadline is Monday, May 23! Don't miss this opportunity!
Click on the link below for the prospectus:
Photojournalists working for social change can apply for a grant.
The Open Society Documentary Photography Project, sponsored by the Open Society Foundations, offers grants to encourage new ways of presenting documentary photography to the public.
Photographers will take an existing body of work on a social justice or human rights issue and devise an innovative way of using that work to create social change.
Projects should include a partnership between a photographer and an organization that combines expertise in documentary photography with experience working on the topic. Five to eight grants of US$5,000 to US$30,000 will be awarded.
For more information, click here.
Academics, journalists, writers and artists will gather in São Paulo, Brazil at the third International Congress on Cultural Journalism on May 17 to 20 in Sao Paulo.
Organized by the Social Service of Commerce, SESC, the event's goal is to reflect on the current state of culture journalism across various media platforms.
The program features international experts such as critical theorists Camille Paglia and Slavoj Zizek, film director Werner Herzog and novelist Enrique Vila-Matas.
Topics include artistic genres and journalism, press responsibility, the role of TV in culture, cultural journalism training and the importance of digital media, among others.
Registration costs between R$100 and R$400 (about US$65 and US$255) and can be done online at the SESC site.