The Stochastic Labs offers fully-sponsored residencies to engineers, artists, scientists, and entrepreneurs worldwide. Residences include a private apartment at the mansion, co-working and/or dedicated workspace, shop access, a $1,000 monthly stipend, and a budget for materials.
The Foundation for Contemporary Arts offers Emergency Grants between $500 and $3,000 for experimental artists. They review applications once a month, so you can quickly take advantage of momentum or solve any budget errors.
Residenza Lago Scuro is a self-directed interdisciplinary residency offering creatives the chance to explore their practice, exchange ideas, and make work while living on, and learning about, a beautiful regenerative farm in Northern Italy. The program emphasizes the exchange between practitioners of the cultural and agricultural arts and the value that is created when different minds and like-hearts come together and collaborate in a space dedicated to nature, nourishment, and creativity.
The Tournesol Award recognizes an emerging Bay Area painter in support of establishing and maintaining a career in the region. The Award supports a full year of artistic development and includes a $10,000 stipend, a private studio, and a culminating exhibition or project of the artist’s choice.
The Jerome Robbins Dance Division invites applications from dance scholars and practitioners interested in exploring the legacy of Martha Graham and her choreography. Both written and performative responses to research and projects that place Graham’s canon in dialogue with the contemporary field are welcome. Fellows receive a $10,000 stipend.
ToftH School is designed to bring into existence a new practice located at the intersection of philosophical (conceptual) research, art practice, and technology. Admitted candidates are expected to live in the San Francisco Bay Area throughout the duration of the program, which is free to attend and comes with need-based assistance in the form of stipend funds (up to $50,000).
Jazz Road Tours offers grants of up to $15,000 to develop tours in communities across the country. Support is for small, three- to six-site tours at an array of venue types, often in rural communities and other areas traditionally underserved by the genre.
The program will distribute $1,000 to New York State artists with a disability who have experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 crisis. The grant is open to visual, media, music, performing, literary, and multidisciplinary artists.
The Fellowship is a $7,000 cash grant open to New York State photography artists living and working outside of New York City. The Fellowship is awarded to five artists working in traditional and experimental photography or any form in which photographic techniques are pivotal.