Innovate Grants Summer 2021 Cycle ($550 Awards) – Call For Artists
[Sponsored Listing] Innovate Grant is now accepting submissions for the Innovate Grants Summer 2021 Cycle, awarding (2) $550.00 to one visual artist and one photographer. In addition to receiving a grant award, winners will be featured and recognized on the Innovate Grant website and join a growing community of vibrant and talented artists.
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Deadline: 16 Sept 2021
Visual artists and photographers 18 years and older, from all around the world, are eligible to apply for the Innovate Grants Summer 2021 Cycle. All media and genres are accepted. All applicants retain the right to the work they submit.
Innovate Grant supports artists and photographers through quarterly grants. They simplified the grant process, so that artists and photographers can focus on making their innovative work. The work should speak for itself and the application reflects that.
“I have immense gratitude for the Innovate Grant and the way it will allow me to continue expanding on my current and future series of paintings. This funding will help provide for those needs and will be integral to pushing my practice forward. ”
— Taylor O. Thomas
“I am in the process of making a small publication about the trees and ecology of Southern California. It will be quite an undertaking for me and the grant will go towards the creation of the publication. For which I am incredibly grateful.”
— Christine Atkinson
“I am truly grateful for this grant! It’s rare as an artist to receive this kind of unrestricted funding that so directly supports your practice. This grant will contribute to material costs and the production of my next body of works.”
— Lynnea Holland Weiss
“The Innovate Grant will assist me in hiring help to create a series of molds for my next sculpture. In a time where things are particularly tight, I am grateful more than ever for this support.”
— Kylie Lockwood
“The Innovate Grant helps to continue my research and expand my practice and I am profoundly grateful for that. I am constantly seeking out new ways of working and incorporating new materials into my practice and will make great use of this support.”
— Bianca Barandun
“Being rewarded with this grant would inspire the continuity of my art practice. The funds would aid with the cost of art materials as well as inspire new projects and collaborations.”
— Yannick Lowery
“Receiving this grant will allow me to carry on with my project, which I had to pause in 2020, and start 2021 with more positivity. It makes me so happy knowing that there are people out there who believe in what I do and want to support my practice. Thank you so much Innovate Grant.”
— Giulia Parlato
“I’m excited to use the grant for darkroom supplies and for experimenting with new sculptural materials. I’m really grateful for Innovate Grant’s support.”
— Sydney M. King
“Innovate Grant will support me to further my practice while there is little to no opportunity out there for emerging painters.”
— Parham Ghalamdar
About Innovate Grant
Innovate Grant supports artists and photographers through quarterly grants. They believe that new ideas come from sparks of inspiration and aim to provide just that, access to small and mighty bursts of financial support so that you can focus on making your important and innovative work.
Innovate Grant was created out of the frustration of applying to grants with time-consuming requirements. These lengthy applications took valuable time and energy away from making new work. Countless hours were sacrificed in either writing artist statements, crafting project proposals, or getting letters of recommendation. Time is one of the most valuable components to fostering creativity and innovation. Their aim is to provide the time you need to be fully immersed in your ideas and in creating your work. Keeping the grant process simple enables Innovate Grant to continue to support you on your important journey of creation, inspiration, and innovation.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.