Money for visual artists

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American Council for the Arts, 1993 - Art - 317 pages
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Who has money for visual artists, and how can you get it? Where are the artist residencies, and how do you get in? Who can help you find low-cost insurance, studio space, or legal assistance? The answers to these questions and more can be found in Money for Visual Artists, the most accurate and comprehensive guide detailing the numerous resources in the U.S and Canada available for visual artists.
If you are an artist working in any visual medium - a painter, printmaker, sculptor, photographer - this is the book you have been waiting for. You can now spend less time researching grants, and more time creating art, thanks to this single guide to multiple sources of support and information. Money for Visual Artists includes information on grants, fellowships, and awards; artist residencies; artist-in-residence programs; emergency assistance programs; and technical assistance and support services.
Money for Visual Artists is "user friendly," with each of the 22 entries including the name, address, and telephone number of the organization; type of award and/or scope of service; eligibility requirements; application procedures; deadlines; and more. This comprehensive guide features easy-to-use indexes by organization name, geographical area, and art form, allowing you to find the information you need quickly and easily.

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