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"The net's comprehensive resource for deadline information," including deadlines for visual artists, writers, media artists, funding opportunities, public art and more. Membership to the site costs $24 for one year.
    ArtKrush.com is an on-line arts magazine that includes AK Support a resource of easily accessible national listings of jobs and positions, calls for entry, grants and scholarships, and residencies and colonies. No fee. All you need to do is register to create your own personal account.  
    Their mission is "to connect artists with income and exhibition opportunities." Each issue features 20-30 pages of hundreds of listings of juried shows, residencies, grants, galleries reviewing portfolios, publishing opportunities, positions open, and much more. This monthly publication also includes articles on the business of being an artist. A year subscription starts at $33.  
    A monthly newsletter with 600-900 announcements listing art contests, competitions, scholarships, grants, juried exhibitions, art jobs, internships, call for entries/proposals/papers, writing and photo contests, residencies, design and architecture competitions, auditions, casting calls, fellowships, festivals, funding, and more. Individual subscriptions start at $18 thru email and $36 thru US Post.  
AOM is a pre-screened art opportunities list for traditional and comtemporary artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, printmaking, book art, computer art, collage, weaving, fiber, textiles, ceramics, papermaking, mixed media, photography, computer art, monoprint, pastel, performance art, drawing, enameling, wood carving, crafts, jewelry, installation art, new media, public art, gouache, watercolor painting and every other visual medium. It is for those working in any style or geographic location and is available by ground mail or email.
    A fabulous resource about the business of being an artist. It includes nformation about exhibitions, commissions, sales, mailing lists, career planning, presentation tools, legal advice, and much more. Created by Caroll Michels, author of How to Survive and Prosper as an Artist.  
    Assists artists in marketing and selling their artwork, and connecting them to artworld professionals to advance their careers.  
    Dedicated to the development and support of global cultural interchange in the arts and to educating audiences and the public about the richness and diversity of the arts worldwide.  

Offers funding for artists and organizations and invites artists and nonprofit organizations to create new artworks through collaborations. It celebrates the role of artists as problem solvers and the making of art as a profound contribution to intellectual inquiry and to the strengthening of communities.
      One of the best resources for researching grants. The site includes a data base of Foundation Grants to Individuals (http://gtionline.fdncenter.org/) and a User Aid to Artists (http://fdncenter.org/learn/useraids/art.html) They also have libraries in Atlanta, San Francisco, Washington DC, Cleveland, and New York.  
      A listing of artist-in-residence programs within the United States National Park Service.  
      The most extensive national database of awards, services, and publications for artists of all disciplines. It is produced by New York Foundation for the Arts.  
      Offers a collection of interviews, quotes, books, and other resources on topics related to giftedness and creative expression. A great place to look for inspiration.  
      An online business center for artists including information about juried shows and competitions, on-line banking for the arts community, discount art supplies, interviews with established and emerging artists, and more.  
      Where you can register your artist web site or take advantage of the wealth of information they offer including grants and call for entries. This web site can be viewed in different languages.  
      A great place to research galleries and arts organizations around the world.  
      Funder: A Room of Her Own Foundation
Description: Open to female visual artists for an award of up to $50,000 payable over two years.
      Funder: Arts Link
Description: Arts Link Collaborative Projects are designed to encourage mutually beneficial artistic collaboration between US artists and their counterparts in Central and Eastern Europe. Open to individual artists and non-profit arts organizations. Contact: Arts Link, CEC International Partners, 12 West 31st St., New York, NY 10001-4415. Email: artslink@cecip.org.
      Funder: Creative Capital Foundation
Description: Supports work with the potential for significant artistic and cultural impact. They seek to act as a catalyst for the development of adventurous and imaginative ideas. Open to US citizens. Rotates mediums annually. Contact: 65 Bleeker Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY, 10012. Tel: 212-598-9900. Email: info@creative-capital.org
      Funder: Fund for US Artists at International Festivals and Exhibitions
Description: Awards grants to individual performing artists and performing arts organizations that have been invited to participate in international festivals outside the US. Eligible costs (up to $25,000) include travel, per diem, international communication costs, shipping, artist and agent fees. Three deadlines per year. Contact: Arts International, 251 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10010. Tel: 212-674-9744. Email: thefund@artistinternational.org.
          Funder: Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts
Description: Grants of $2500 - $12,000 for professional artists who Demonstrate professional achievement and commitment to career; Work primarily in painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking (no photo, film, video, performance, or crafts); Are 30 years or older by the application deadline or, if under 30, have been working for at least six years since completion of formal schooling; Have a financial need that is inhibiting the production or recognition of their art; Have a clear and specific plan for using the grant funds. Be sure to get the complete application and guidelines by using the contact info below. Address: Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, P O Box 2670, New York, NY, 10108.
      Funder: Guggenheim Fellowships
Description: Fellowships for advanced professionals in all fields to assist research and artistic creation. Average grant is around $36,000. Contact: John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 90 Park Ave., New York, NY 10016. 212-687-4470. Email: fellowships@gf.org
      Funder: Liquitex Excellence in Art Award
Description: Awards totaling over $14,000 in cash and products will be made to artists demonstrating skill and creativity in the use of acrylic paints. Open to residents of US and Canada. Address: Tel:800-445-4278.
      Funder: New York Foundation for the Arts: Artists' Fellowships
Description: Artistsí Fellowships are $7,000 cash awards made to individual originating artists living and working in the state of New York for use in career development. Grants are awarded in 16 artistic disciplines or practices. Since the awards began in 1985, NYFA has awarded over $17 million to nearly 2,800 artists. Contact: Call 212-366-6900 x 217, or email nyfaafp@nyfa.org
      Funder: Pollock-Krasner Foundation
Description: One year grants to US individual working artists of established ability -- painters, sculptors, printmakers. Also makes emergency assistance grants for problems resulting from catastrophes. Address: 836 Park Avenue, New York, NY, 10021. 212-517-5400. E-Mail: grants@pkf.org
      Funder: Women's Studio Workshop Grants
Description: Offers funding for women artists to complete an artist's book, to work on individual projects, or to participate in their art ed program - most grants involve a residency at the Women's Studio Workshop. Address: Women's Studio Workshop, PO Box 489, Rosendale, NY 12472. 845-658-9133. Email: wsw@ulster.net
          Funder: Peter Norton Family Foundation
Description: Supports contemporary visual arts nationwide, as well as Southern California human and social service organizations, and American theatre companies. It has two signature grant programs: 1. Curator's Grant Programs and 2. Their Monthly Grants Program favoring risk-taking contemporary arts projects (such as unusual exhibitions, emerging artists, commissions for new works, publications, or symposia) and typically awards 6-8 grants per month ranging from $5000-$15000. Contact: Peter Norton Foundation, 225 Arizona Avenue, Suite 350, Santa Monica, CA 90401.Call 310-576-7700.
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