See below for grants, calls for proposals, and residency opportunities available to artists in Georgia and throughout the United States. Deadlines begin September 15, 2012.
Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts Winter/Spring 2013 Residency
Artists will be selected to live at the Brush Creek Ranch, a working ranch 15 miles southeast of Saratoga, WY for a two, four or six week residency.
Deadline: September 15
The Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts is opening its call for artists to live and work at the ranch for either a two, four or six week residency during the Winter/Spring session which runs January through May of 2013. According to the Brush Creek Frequently Asked Questions, preference is given to artists who apply for the four week residency and the accepted artists tend to be visual artists, writers and or musicians or composers. For more information on Brush Creek and how to apply, click here.
PUNCH Gallery International Juried Exhibition
Selected artists will be featured in an exhibition in the Pioneer Square area of downtown Seattle in which cash awards may total up to $1,500.
Deadline: September 29
PUNCH Gallery in Seattle, Washington is now accepting entries for an international juried exhibition November 1 through December 15, 2012. Artists from any country may submit work in any genre. Artists are encouraged to submit work in traditional media and crafts as well as experimental genres including video, sound and installation. The juror for this exhibition will be Scott Lawrimore, Deputy Director of Collections and Exhibitions at the Frye Art Museum. For more on this gallery and how to submit your work, check out the PUNCH Gallery Exhibition Guidelines.
mushmaus Residency Call for Artists
Two artists—one from St. Louis, MO and one from outside the city—will be selected to live and work in the mushmaus studio space and venue.
Rolling Submission Deadline for Fall: September 14- November 9
mushmaus is a 7,500 sq. ft. live-work warehouse space and venue located within the vibrant art community of Cherokee Street in St. Louis, MO. The call for artists includes conceptual artists, scholars, designers, musicians and writers with a talent for communicating creatively with preference given to those who plan to use revolutionize the vast space. A $600 stipend will be awarded to the St. Louis artist and $1,000 stipend will be awarded to the out of town artist. For more information on application requirements, visit the mushmaus website.
Atlanta Printmaker’s Studio Emerging Artist Residency
Three artists will be selected to receive access to the APS studio for up to six months between January and June of 2013 to complete a proposed printmaking project.
Deadline: October 1
The Atlanta Printmakers Studio is calling for application to their Emerging Artist Residency program which is valued at approximately $1,500. Awarded artists will given studio access, a materials stipend of $600, a free class or workshop at the Atlanta Printmakers Studio, mentoring by a professional artist, one year APS membership, and a group show at the end of the residency. For more information on the residency and eligibility, click here.
Mono No Aware
Chosen artists will have their film projects shown in an international exhibition in New York City.
Deadline: October 31
Mono No Aware is an organization that promotes cinematic art, film screenings, and performance while championing the quality and unparalleled experience provided by analog film formats. The Mono No Aware Call For Entries is open to any artist who incorporates Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as part of a dance, installation, sculpture or performance. The event will be held December 7–8, 2012 in Brooklyn, NY. For more information on rules and regulations, visit their website.
Please leave a comment below if you know of more grant opportunities, calls for proposals, or residencies. Look for BURNAWAY‘s Call for Artists listings at the beginning of every month.