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CultureHub Residency Fall 2023 Open call → Applications due March 15
Serving as a catalyst for risk-taking and discovery, CultureHub’s Residency Program supports artists creating work through experimentation with emerging technologies. Resident Artists have full access to space, technical support, and other creative resources with an opportunity to present works-in-progress, teach workshops, develop their curatorial practices, and connect with other artists in the CultureHub network.
Culture Push Fellowship for Utopian Practice & Climate Justice Fellowship → Applications due March 20.
Fellowship for Utopian Practice 2023
The Fellowship is a testing ground for new ideas that connect artistic practice, civic engagement, and social justice. Through the Fellowship for Utopian Practice, Culture Push serves artists by providing creative, analytical, and logistical tools in the creation of truly transformative projects. The Fellowship program is open to artists and other professionals working in any discipline who wish to expand the boundaries of their practice. Three Fellows are selected for each application cycle. During this cycle, we will be focusing on projects that investigate themes of abundance. What stories and histories do we need to tell and illuminate, so that we can imagine ourselves into the future thriving together? What is your abundance strategy to refuse practices of scarcity?
Climate Justice Fellowship 2023
For the SPRING 2023 Cycle, we will dedicate one of our three Fellowship slots to our third Climate Justice Fellow. This year the Climate Justice Fellowship will be accepting ideas and projects that recognize human justice and environmental issues as one and the same, and that coaxes people into identification with and acting as part of a larger, more-than-human ecosystem, and work that addresses the specific issues of climate justice that face New York City, as a large coastal metropolis.networks, etc.) with climate and environmental justice work. (Themes provided by Alicia Raquel Morales, Climate Justice Fellow ‘22 and Simone Johnson, Climate Justice Fellow ‘20)
Onassis AiR Open Call 2023-2024 → Applications due March 20
Like any living organism, Onassis AiR constantly evolves in order to support the needs of its artistic community. Onassis AiR, invites artists, curators, designers, dancers, chefs, gardeners, activists, writers, educators, legal advocates, performers, economists, architects, filmmakers and other practitioners from any medium of expression or discipline, from anywhere in the world, to apply for a Tailor-made Residency running between September 2023 and July 2024 in Athens, Greece.
Asian American Arts Alliance’s 2023 Jadin Wong Fellowship in Dance → Applications due March 20
The Jadin Wong Fellowship recognizes an emerging Asian American dance artist whose work shows strong potential for greater achievement and who hopes to make a significant impact on the Asian American and New York City artistic community as a whole. The fellowship aims to recognize exemplary work that will continue to inspire young artists and the Asian American community for years to come.
ChaShaMa Gala 2023 Open Call → Applications due March 21
What is Chashama Gala? Chashama Gala Gala is no rubber-chicken dinner – it is a free-flowing, fantastical art experience spanning 2 days, June 8th and June 10th, featuring 300 performers and a labyrinth of interactive installations. This year’s event will leave you dazzled and inspired, as we celebrate the artists and creatives who make our city go ‘round.
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation USArtists International Grant for Performing Arts → Applications due March 29
USArtists International supports in-person and virtual performances by American artists at engagements at international festivals and global presenting arts marketplaces outside of the United States. The program funds individuals and ensembles across all performing arts practices and disciplines.
Martin House Creative Residency Program → Applications due March 31
The Martin House Creative Residency Program is a newly established project-based residency that provides creative individuals a designated time and space to develop new works of the imagination inspired by one of the great examples of 20th century architecture
Creative Capital Wild Futures Grants for Visual Arts and Film/Moving Image → Applications due March 31
Creative Capital provides grants up to $50,000 to individual artists to support the creation of groundbreaking new projects. The new application process comprises only 6 short questions (reduced from 40 questions). The 2024 “Wild Futures: Art, Culture, Impact” grant application for Visual Arts and Film/Moving Image is open through March 31, 2023 at 4:00PM ET.
The Franklin Furnace FUND for Performance Art Grant → Applications due April 1
Initiated in 1985 with the support of Jerome Foundation, Franklin Furnace annually awards grants to early career artists selected by peer panel review to enable them to produce major performance art works in New York City.
Koda Lab Fall 2023 Artist Residency Borders + Boundaries → Applications due April 10
KODA offers an artist residency program for two mid-career, female-identifying and/or non-binary artists who create conceptual and socially engaged work. The Fall 2023 residency will span from August 1-October 31, 2023. The program is placed under the theme of Borders + Boundaries. KODA is a Brooklyn-founded nomadic social practice nonprofit arts organization focusing on conceptual mid-career artists ingrained in social justice. KODA offers survey exhibitions as well as tailor-made and community-based artist residencies, through dedicated collaborations with socially engaged partners. The nonprofit serves the community with contemporary art events and outreach to strengthen arts education. In its overall mission to support the artistic and professional growth of artists, KODA acts as a laboratory for creative concepts, reflecting its core values of curiosity and collaboration.
Jerome Foundation Film, Video, and Digital Production Grants → Applications due April 13
Production grants for specific projects of up to $30,000 for early career film, digital production and video directors based in New York City.
Mandel Institute for Nonprofit Leadership - Cultural Leadership Program → Applications due April 17
Eligible candidates include, but are not limited to, visual artists, musicians, dancers, actors, theatre artists, writers, filmmakers, new media and multidisciplinary artists, as well as a range of cultural producers, such as journalists, curators, chefs, comedians, video game world builders, cultural organizers and culture bearers.
FABnyc hosts an ongoing open call for artists interested in presenting music, dance, puppetry, spoken word, and/or theater that works in a casual informal street environment.