Making Money Through Art. Applying for Artist Grants. 2013 Regional Artist Project Grant Program Guidelines. What it is, who can apply, and basic guidelines. What is Funded?.
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Applying for Artist Grants
What it is, who can apply, and basic guidelines
Complete your application and submit via e-mail to the Arts Council.
The Arts Council then issues each applicant an user id for their File Transfer Protocol (FTP) program. This is where each artist’s application is resubmitted, along with all support materials (pictures/examples of work, etc.).
All submitted entries are judged by a panel of artists art educators. Their selections are then reviewed by a separate panel of multi-county judges who are professional artists, art educators/administrators, and arts advocates.
The final recommendations from these panels must then be approved by the Board of Trustees of the Arts Council.
Overall excellence of the artwork
Demonstration of exceptional talent
Serious professional commitment to their art form
Contribution of the proposed project to the advancement of the artist’s career development
Feasibility of the proposed project
For more information, contact your local Arts Council, or check the resources on their website at http://www.theartscouncil.com/rapsgrant.php.
This presentation is from Visual Art Exchange’s “Business of Being an Artist” educational series. For more information, visit www.visualartexchange.org.