The Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art in collaboration with MASH (My Art Shalini), has launched its MASH FICA Award to support artists working in new media. This Award aims to support independent media artists with the creation of specific projects.
The Robert Lehman Foundation is accepting applications for its grant program to fulfill and further Robert Lehman’s vision and therefore to support the visual arts in any fashion that seems likely to enhance the appreciation, knowledge and enjoyment of this central aspect of our culture.
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts is seeking applications for its grant program which is focused on serving the needs of artists by funding the institutions that support them.
The United Board has long promoted whole person education in the tradition of the liberal arts colleges and universities in Asia. Whole person education addresses the varied academic, professional, personal, and spiritual needs of students.
new Art new Audiences (nAnA) is an annual open call for 18 to 35-year-old artists, arts organizations, and art collectives from cities within England; Ethiopia; Kenya; Northern Ireland; Rwanda; Scotland; South Sudan; Sudan; Tanzania; Uganda; and Wales. nAnA gives an opportunity for artists from these cities to create new art together, and to showcase this […]
Story Making West Africa workshop pilots an initiative to create stories in indigenous languages and is an opportunity for individual West African writers and illustrators to contribute to the production of these storybooks at any African Storybook reading level, in indigenous languages and English.
DAAD International Scholarship programmes for artists comprises programs such as Artists-in-Berlin. The DAAD supports over 100,000 German and international students’ and researchers around the globe each year – making it the world’s largest funding organization of its kind.
The Douglas and Gordon Bonnyman Scholarship is available to postgraduate research students from any country studying for a Ph.D. in the arts or humanities. It is generously supported by the Linda and Gordon Bonnyman Charitable Trust and is based partly on financial need.