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The Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) Individual Artist Awards (IAA) Program awards grants to Maryland artists through an anonymous, competitive process that encourages the pursuit of artistic excellence throughout the state.
The Program is administered by the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation (MAAF) and the next deadline is July 27, 2012. Awards will be announced in February of 2013.
The 2013 Individual Artist Award application is open for Maryland individual artists practicing within these disciplines:
- Theater: Solo Performance
- Visual Arts: Media/Digital/Electronic Arts
- Visual Arts: Painting
- Visual Arts: Works on Paper
For detailed eligibility instructions and guidelines, please review the FY 2013 Individual Artist Award Guidelines.
Applications must be submitted through CueRate, the electronic grant application system. To apply, visit the MAAF web site and follow the CueRate instructions.
Read all the details on BOPA’s website.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, March 30, 2012
Creative Capital accepting online Letters of Inquiry for grants in Emerging Fields, Literature and Performing Arts
On February 1, 2012, Creative Capital will begin accepting online Letters of Inquiry for grants in Emerging Fields, Literature and Performing Arts. The Inquiry Form will be open until March 1. Visit creative-capital.org/apply to read the grant guidelines and learn more about the application process, or attend an in-person or online information session.
Creative Capital provides integrated financial and advisory support to artists pursuing innovative and adventurous projects. Acting as a catalyst for the development of exceptional and imaginative ideas, we support artists whose work is provocative, timely and relevant; who are deeply engaged with their art forms and demonstrate a rigorous commitment to their craft, yet are also boldly original and push the boundaries of their genre; who create work that carries the potential to reshape the cultural landscape. Selected grantees receive up to $50,000 in direct support and a suite of services valued at more than $40,000.
To be eligible to apply, an artist must be:
* A U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident
* At least 25 years old
* A working artist with at least five years of professional experience
* Not a full-time student
The Maryland Historical Trust , in cooperation with the Maryland Humanities Council , Preservation Maryland , Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) , and the State Highway Administration offers an afternoon workshop on grant opportunities for heritage preservation projects. This event provides audience members with an overview of preservation and museum funding programs, highlighting priorities for the up-coming fiscal year and contact personnel for each grant program.
The workshops feature Museum Assistance, African-American Heritage, and Non-Capital MHT grants and grants offered by the Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, Maryland Humanities Council, State Highway Administration, Department of Housing and Community Development, and Preservation Maryland. In this one afternoon, participants will come away with an understanding of funding opportunities available for the coming year.
The workshops are free, though participants are asked to register so that we may provide appropriate handouts. If you are new to grants, bring along other staff and volunteers to hear these presentations.
Please contact Bernadette Pruitt at firstname.lastname@example.org or (410) 514-7650 with questions.
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