Of Note: Mass Cultural Council’s Cultural Sector Recovery Grants for Individuals are unrestricted $5,000 grants to creatives and gig workers to support recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and set a path for growth. Watch a recorded webinar about the program in English or Spanish. Read the program guidelines and apply. Key dates for this program include:
Information session: October 6, 2022
Application deadline: November 1, 2022
Global Brain Health Institute Fellowships Applications are now being accepted for the 2023-24 Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health program at the Global Brain Health Institute. The fellowship program provides innovative training, networking, and support to emerging leaders focused on improving brain health and reducing the impact of dementia worldwide. Exceptional applicants from diverse backgrounds––including the arts, clinical practice, economics, public health, research, law, policy, technology, and education––who demonstrate strong leadership potential, a commitment to brain health and health care policy, as well as the ability to implement transformative solutions in local communities are encouraged to apply. The Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health program is an opportunity to elevate your impact and contribution to brain health. Learn more.
Deadline: October 5, 2022
Craft Innovation Jumpstarter The Society of Arts and Craft’s Craft Innovation Jumpstarter is a new artist support program that focuses on craft artists who take chances, learn through experimentation, and want to connect with others working on similar creative problems. In its pilot phase, the Society’s program will provide $2,000 grants to artists needing financial resources to pursue new directions or to advance new ideas in their work. Learn more.
Deadline: October 7, 2022
Local Cultural Council Grants Applications are currently being accepted for Local Cultural Council grants. Applicants may apply to the LCC Program for projects, operating support, ticket subsidy programs, field trips, artist residencies, fellowships or other activities, based on local priorities and needs. LCCs may also choose to fund cultural field trips for children, grades pre-K through 12, by subsidizing the cost for children to attend programs in the arts, humanities, and sciences (including performances, educational tours, and exhibits). Learn more.
Deadline: October 17, 2022
STARS Program Teaching Artists, Scientists, or Humanists.: The Mass Cultural Council’s STARS program will open soon on September 28, 2022, and for the first time individuals can apply! Learn more.
Deadline: October 25, 2022, 11:59pm (ET)
Mass Cultural Council’s Card to Culture Program Along with our interagency partners, we are improving health and well-being through cultural participation. Together with the Executive Office of Health and Human Services’ Department of Transitional Assistance, Massachusetts Health Connector, and the Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program we are increasing access to cultural experiences for all Massachusetts residents through Card to Culture. Learn more.
Printmaking Residency Fellowship Have a printmaking project that you would like to really immerse yourself in? The Zea Mays Printmaking 2023nResidency Fellowship might be just the opportunity you need. We are offering a subsidized, two-week residency to a solo printmaker or a collaborative pair with printmaking experience and a creative vision. Residency Dates: June 6-18, 2023. Includes: Private, 24/7 access to the Annex (private studio with large etching press), on-site housing and four hours of private tutorial time with Studio Director Liz Chalfin. Learn more.
Deadline: December 1, 2022
Emergency Grant Program The Gottlieb Emergency Grant Program provides financial assistance to painters, printmakers, and sculptors whose needs are the result of an unforeseen incident, and who lack the resources to meet that situation. Learn more.
Deadline: Rolling basis
Image credit: John Constable (1776–1837), Cloud Study: Stormy Sunset, between 1821 and 1822, oil on paper on canvas, 8 x 10 3/4 in.. From the collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.