Funding for Artists : Websites for Funding
Money for the arts: websites
Art contests and competitions, art jobs and internships, art scholarships and grants and fellowships, art festivals, call for entries/proposals/projects, and other opportunities. Premium service requires paid subscription.
A monthly online newsletter listing grants, upcoming art contests, competitions, and juried shows across the US. Sign up for either the free list or the subscription list for more extensive postings.
Includes ten-most recently posted opportunities for artists, scholars, museum professionals, and educators
Includes individual Websites, Books, and Articles
Choices include film/video projects, international projects, and visual arts projects.
View guidelines and apply for NEA grants. This page also includes listings of recent grants made to organizations and individuals.
Search for NEH grants by division and applicant type. Subscribe to keep up to date with upcoming NEH grant program deadlines.
Lists over 12,000 awards, services and publications for individual artists and art professionals.
Look at the NYFA website to learn more about general resources and support for artists and arts organizations.
STARworks is an arts-centered work community that promotes community and economic development by providing outstanding artistic educational programs and business ventures. Multiple artist residencies are offered in glass and clay each year.
Pittsburgh Glass Center Residencies
Pittsburgh Glass Center offers several residency tracks providing direct support which may include a stipend, travel expenses and accommodations for artists to practice or discover glassmaking, create new work or develop work for an exhibition at PGC or elsewhere.
Corning Museum of Glass Residencies
A joint residency program with the John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Participating artists spend one month at The Studio in Corning and two to six months at the Kohler Co. foundry (casting iron or brass) and/or factory (slip-casting clay) in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Established in New York City in 1977, UrbanGlass fosters experimentation and advances the use and critical understanding of glass as a creative medium. UrbanGlass offers fellowships, scholarships, internships, employment and volunteer opportunities, and open calls for artwork for exhibition and display in their store.
Each year, MOG invites artists to apply for a Visiting Artist Residency in the Hot Shop, to explore new techniques or continue a current series. Approximately 4 slots are available for applicants, including the Sheldon Levin Memorial Application Visiting Artist Residency for artists whose work draws connections between science and art.