upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2019

upcoming grant deadline: 03/01/2019

Posts tagged "Opportunities"

Velocity Fund Applications Open March 11

The Velocity Fund directly supports artists to organize ​new ​collaborative projects throughout the city of Philadelphia. [learn more]

People's Paper Co-op's Women in Reentry Paid Fellowship

The People's Paper Co-op is accepting Applications for the Women In reentry Fellowship until February 28, 2019. [learn more]

GALAEI Is Hiring!

The queer Latinx social justice organization is hiring for several key positions. [learn more]

Philadelphia Latino Film Festival Now Accepting Submissions

The Philadelphia Latino Film Festival (PHLAFF) is currently accepting submissions for their Shorts Pop-Up Contest and the LOLA Awards. [learn more]

NALAC Leadership Institute 2019 Applications Are Open

The National Association of Latino Arts and Culture (NALAC) is accepting applications for its 2019 summer leadership intensive in San Antonio, TX. [learn more]

Black Feminist Futures Is Hiring A Manager of Programs and Innovation

Entering their 5th year, this position will be critical in the growth and development of Black Feminist Futures’ continuing work as an incubator for innovative black feminist organizing. [learn more]

Libby Newman Fellowship Accepting Applications

This printmaking fellowship is available through Brandywine Workshop and Archives. [learn more]

Call For Submissions: PTWC19 Cover Art

The 2019 Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference (PTWC) is seeking artists/photographers for its annual cover art competition. [learn more]

Juntos Is Hiring

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Transfaith Launches Bobbie Jean Baker Memorial Award

Funded by the Minister Bobbie Jean Baker Memorial Fund, this award will support the leadership of transgender women of color specifically. [learn more]

Chester County Fund for Women and Girls Accepting Applications for Core Grants

Applications for the Core Grants Program are now being accepted until January 11, 2019. [learn more]

Applications Open for 2019 Judith C. Jones Fellowship for Trainers of Color

The Judith C. Jones Fellowship supports the leadership of grassroots trainers and organizers of color to build power and skills their organizations and communities. [learn more]

CFEVA Opens Applications for 2019 Visual Artist Fellowship

The Center For Emerging Visual Artists (CFEVA) offers four artists a two year fellowship and full support regardless of tenure status. [learn more]

Bread and Roses Accepting Applications for Immigration Justice Fund

The Immigration Justice Fund offers grants to groups across the Philadelphia region that are organizing within immigrant and refugee communities to build power and make change. [learn more]

Leeway Partners with Good Pitch Philadelphia

Good Pitch is an opportunity for organizers to connect with media makers within their communities in a model of radical creative collaboration. [learn more]

PA Developmental Disabilities Council Announces 2018 Community Grants Program

Community grants are intended to bring together people, with and without disabilities, in a local community initiative to influence social change and improve the lives of everyone in the community. [learn more]

Philadelphia Cultural Fund Announces 2019 Art & Culture Grant Program

The grant program is open to emerging and established Philadelphia non-profit organizations dedicated to promoting arts and culture. Deadline is September 28. [learn more]

CultureWorks Philadelphia Seeks Finance Director

CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia (CultureWorks) seeks a seasoned bookkeeper to be its Finance Director, a member of the Finance & Operations team. [learn more]

Therapy Center of Philadelphia is Hiring a New Operations Manager

TCP is looking for a new manager, [learn more]

Institute for Contemporary Art Seeking New Registrar

The ICA is looking for a new registrar. [learn more]

Getty Images and ARRAY Launches New Grant to Support Underrepresented Communities

Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, in partnership with ARRAY Alliance, a creative collective founded by director Ava DuVernay to amplify the work of women and people of color filmmakers, today announced the launch of the first Getty Images ARRAY Grant, open to both filmmakers and photographers from around the world who are using their art forms to create diverse and inclusive visual stories. June 8 is the deadline. [learn more]

Therapy Center Seeks Executive Director

The Therapy Center of Philadelphia Seeks New Executive Director. Application deadline: April 15. [learn more]

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NFA Grant Deadline Extension for Latinx Artists

The deadline for the NALAC (National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures) Fund for the Arts (NFA) grant has been extended to Monday, October 16, 2017, 11:59 PM Central Time. An additional NALAC grant opportunity for artists and organizations residing in Puerto Rico will be announced soon with a deadline in early 2018. [learn more]

Creating Change Conference RFPs Open

The nation’s foremost political, leadership and skills-building conference for the LGBTQ movement. [learn more]

Philadelphia Cultural Fund 2018 Art & Culture Grant Program

Guidelines and applications is now available. [learn more]

A Blade of Grass' 2018 Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art

A Blade of Grass is now accepting letters of interest for the 2018 Fellowship for Socially Engaged Art, which aims to make the "invisible" parts of socially engaged art visible through artist-led documentary films and field research. [learn more]

National Endowment for the Arts invites Creative Placemaking Proposals

The Our Town grant program supports creative placemaking projects that help to transform communities into lively, beautiful, and resilient places – achieving these community goals through strategies that incorporate arts, culture, and/or design. [learn more]

ArtistsU Offers "Building a Sustainable Life as an Artist" Workshop February 24-25

Based on ten years of work with artists locally and nationally, artist leaders Andrew Simonet and Anna Drozdowski will offer tools for feeding our practice, reconnecting with our deep values, building community, and managing time and money. [learn more]