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ApparelDesign  TextileDesign  JobBoards 
11 weeks ago by risdgrants
Weaving Mill, The - W.A.R. P.
W.A.R.P. is a month-long residency program designed to give artists working in diverse media access to studio space and to encourage collaboration between visiting artists and the artists of Envision Unlimited. A fundamental mission of The Weaving Mill is to strengthen the relationship between the artists of Envision Unlimited’s studio program and artists in the wider Chicago arts community. As part of this residency, visiting artists are asked to design workshops and/or collaborative projects with the Envision Arts Studio.

Visiting artists will receive a $300 stipend, a studio space in which to develop a body of work and documentation and promotion of the original artwork that results from the month in residence. Residents will have the opportunity to show this work in an Open Studio at TWM at the end of their residency as well as in a W.A.R.P. gallery show in the winter/spring of 2018.
TextileDesign  residencies  StudioSpace  collaborative 
march 2017 by risdgrants
Costume Society of America Travel Research Grant
The CSA Travel Research Grant is intended to assist an Individual (non-student) Member of the Costume Society of America with travel to a library, archive, museum or other collection or site to further an ongoing research project.

This $1500 grant, first awarded in 1996, is designed to further an ongoing research project and is not limited to academic study nor to those with academic affiliation. Recipients are encouraged to present their research to CSA members at either a regional meeting or a National CSA Symposium and to submit a short research report to DRESS.
Costume  Research  Travel  Grants  TextileDesign  ApparelDesign 
december 2012 by risdgrants
After a successful inaugural phase conducted by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership, The Japan Foundation (JF), is pleased to announce the next phase of funding for the "Japan-America Collegiate Exchange Travel Program" initiative to facilitate exchange and understanding between Japan and the U.S., the Japan Foundation will provide travel funds to Japan primary for undergraduates and one faculty member. Instructors teaching a Japan-related course at U.S. universities or colleges are invited to apply for a grant to help fund a short-term study-tour to Japan, while incorporating the visit into course syllabi and itineraries arranged to build-on and enrich course contents. The goal is to provide students with firsthand experience that will allow them to gain a more nuanced and balanced understanding of Japan.
Study  Abroad  Sculpture  FurnitureDesign  Film/Animation/Video  photography  digitalmedia  LandscapeArchitecture  InteriorArchitecture  Architecture  Illustration  TextileDesign  ceramics  glass  printmaking  painting  FineArts  Design  Japan  Fellowship  grants 
april 2012 by risdgrants
New York Studio Residency Program
The New York Studio Residency Program is a hybrid of structure and flexibility, which results in a meaningful experience and bonding within a diverse community of young artists. The contact with their peers and other artists who are active professionally creates a community that is location-based as well as informational.
The New York Studio Residency Program is a transitional space for a community of peers that provides both support and the taste of independent living as artists in the world beyond academia. The work in the exhibition has a freshness and authenticity that reflects this formula of challenge and support. Although the medium, style, and content of the work is individual, the show as a whole is an important indicator of how young artists are experiencing the world as expressed in their artwork.
Film/Animation/Video  digitalmedia  TextileDesign  Illustration  glass  ceramics  Sculpture  printmaking  painting  EmergingArtist  NewYorkCity  NY  Residencies  Residencies 
april 2012 by risdgrants
American Craft Council Randall Darwall Fiber Grant
This grant is to encourage fiber artists who are emerging or new to ACC to exhibit at an American Craft Show by providing a free booth and a stipend to assist with show expenses.

Two grant winners will be chosen each year, and the recipients will be notified by late September.
Craft  fiiber  TextileDesign  stipend  grant  show 
december 2011 by risdgrants
-- Arts-in-Residence Taipei (AIR Taipei) provides a platform for diverse cultural collaboration across artistic disciplines throughout the globe. The capital of Taiwan, Taipei is AIR’S base encouraging professional artists exchanges between Taiwanese and international artists. These interactions help create intercultural and interdisciplinary dialogues that resonate between communities and individuals long after the artist’s residence is completed. The length of the residency is from 1 to 3 months.

-- Please visit website for deadlines.
asia  Residencies  Ceramics  international  taiwan  dance  PerformanceArt  Theater  TextileDesign  music  NewMedia  Education  Film/Animation/Video  Architecture 
august 2011 by risdgrants
Polli Talu
-- The residency provides an environment and facilities conducive to creative work and in-depth study.
To promote international exchange and collaboration.
Visual Art * Sculpture * Ceramics * Dance * Theatre * Performing Arts * Textile Art * Music * Literature Educational Programmes * New Media
Provide inspiration and challenge for body, mind and spirit
and fosters the principles of green design in construction and lifestyle. The workshops are usually 2 weeks long.

-- For deadlines and summer programs please check the website.
Europe  Residencies  Estonia  Sculpture  Ceramics  TextileDesign  dance  Theater  music  Education  NewMedia  FineArts  international 
august 2011 by risdgrants
Tasara Centre For Creative Weaving
--Tasara provides an artist in residence program for artists of all media. The fee for one month is 800 Euros for a shared room. The fee includes food, accommodations, and 50 Euros worth of supplies.

--See website for deadline and application information.
Residencies  International  India  TextileDesign  Painting 
july 2011 by risdgrants
Sanskriti Foundation
--Provides room and board and studio space in India for $50 a day.

--No deadline (ongoing). Applicants should apply at least 6 weeks prior to the period of residency.
Residencies  international  India  Museum  Fellowship  Education  FineArts  Painting  Sculpture  TextileDesign 
july 2011 by risdgrants
Sacatar Foundation Brazil
-- THE INSTITUTO SACATAR, a non-profit corporation founded in 2000, runs an artist residency program on the island of Itaparica across the bay from Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. Sacatar occupies a sea-side estate---formerly the spiritual retreat of a Catholic girls' school---which has a large courtyard house surrounded by coconut palms and countless pitanga berry bushes. In 2005, three additional artists' studios, an administration building and a new woodshop were built around the coconut grove. In 2010, we built two additional studios, appropriate for dance / theater and music / composition. The beach is secluded, with calm waters. It is a short walk to the historic village of Itaparica and an hour boat ride to Salvador, the first capital of Brazil.

-- The deadline for submissions is 16 January 2012.
Residencies  Painting  Sculpture  FineArts  International  Brazil  Fellowship  Ceramics  dance  PerformanceArt  TextileDesign  music  literature  NewMedia  Film/Animation/Video  Architecture 
june 2011 by risdgrants
Oregon College of Art and Craft
-- Oregon College of Art and Craft's residency program provides emerging and nationally-known artists the time and space to think and immerse themselves in their own creative process. Residents have the freedom to explore, experiment, interact, create and collaborate.
AllDisciplines  Residencies  EmergingArtist  OR  Community  Craft  Stipend  jewelry  Ceramics  Illustration  painting  FineArts  TextileDesign  metal  FurnitureDesign  Fellowship  Workshops  exhibition 
april 2011 by risdgrants
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
-- Houston Center for Contemporary Craft is a nonprofit organization founded to advance education about the process, product and history of craft. HCCC's major emphasis is on objects of art made primarily of fiber, metal, glass, clay and wood.

-- check site for deadline
Glass  Sculpture  Ceramics  TextileDesign  Association  Residencies  Workshops  FurnitureDesign  jewelry 
october 2010 by risdgrants
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
-- Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is an international craft school located on the Atlantic Ocean in Deer Isle, Maine. The school offers intensive studio-based workshops in a variety of craft media including clay, glass, metals, paper, blacksmithing, weaving, woodworking and more. Programs range from short workshops to two-week sessions and anyone may participate, from beginners to advanced professionals.

-- see website for current deadlines
Ceramics  MN  Residencies  Fellowship  Travel  Education  Workshops  Glass  jewelry  FurnitureDesign  TextileDesign  ME 
october 2010 by risdgrants
International Textile and Apparel Association
--Administers over $30,000 in faculty and student scholarships and awards in textile and apparel.

--Check website for a list of awards and deadlines.

--Must be a member of ITAA.
Grants  Scholarships  TextileDesign  ApparelDesign  Award 
october 2009 by risdgrants

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