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May 2022

Copenhagen International Choreography Competition

May 1

The Copenhagen International Choreography Competition (CICC) is a platform to discover and promote emerging contemporary choreographers. Financial awards ranging from 3.000DKK to 30.000 DKK as well as awards with career opportunities are available. Choreographers must be under 40 years old with professional experience and pieces must be between 5 and 15 minutes long and have 1-5 dancers. Pieces may be previously performed or in progress. DEADLINE: May 1, 2022

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Atlantic Center for the Arts Mentoring Artist-in-Residence Program

May 8

ACA is offering FULL scholarships to all accepted artists. The Board of Trustees and staff feel protecting our core mission is paramount, and are grateful to the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation and 3×23 Campaign Donors for allowing us to make this commitment to funding exceptional artists. All residency fees, room, and board are waived; this does not include travel, transportation, and artist materials The three-week Residency Program brings together three “Mentoring Artists” from different disciplines, such as the visual arts (painting,…

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South Arts Individual Artist Career Opportunity Grant

May 13

South Arts recognizes that an invitation to participate in a major, milestone opportunity is not always enough. Even with stipends or payments, overall expenses can make such an opportunity inaccessible. In order to ensure that artists from our region can take full advantage of major opportunities, South Arts offers Individual Artist Career Opportunity Grants. The Individual Artist Career Opportunity Grant supports a milestone opportunity in an individual artist’s career that is likely to lead to substantial and significant career advancement. Grants of…

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Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Creative Fellowships Millay Colony for the Arts

May 15

Mid Atlantic Arts Creative Fellowships provide artists with the time and space to create. Hosted in partnership with Millay Arts and Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, writers, composers, and visual artists can apply for two-week or one-month residencies underwritten by Mid Atlantic. Creative Fellows receive $3,500 or $1,750 (depending on the length of stay) in support of their residency.  The grant is paid to the respective residency program directly on behalf of the artist. In addition, Fellows receive up to $250 in…

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South Arts In These Mountains: Project Grants

May 16
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The In These Mountains: Central Appalachian Folk Arts & Culture FY23 Project Grants advance the goals of the In These Mountains (ITM) initiative by supporting projects that promote sharing, teaching, learning, preserving, documenting, and supporting the continuity of the folk arts and traditional culture of Central Appalachia. Grants of $10,000 for organizations to conduct projects that promote the sharing, teaching, learning, preserving, and documenting folk arts and traditional culture of Central Appalachia. Important Dates & Deadlines Applications Open: March 15, 2022 Informational…

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National Performance Network – Creation & Development Fund

May 23

The Creation & Development Fund supports the creation, development, and mobility of new artistic work that advances racial and cultural justice and results in live experiential exchange between artists and community. Artists apply for the Creation Fund with a team consisting of at least two arts organizations (co-commissioners) led by a NPN National Partner. Each commissioner contributes a $2,000–$3,000 cash match and agrees to present the work once it has been created. NPN matches these funds so that every Creation Fund…

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MAP Fund

May 27

The MAP Fund invests in performing artists and their work as the critical foundation of imagining and co-creating a more equitable and vibrant society. This year, MAP will make a significant $2.6M+ dollar investment in the performance sector. 85 grantees will receive a $25,000 grant for the creation and development of new, live performance projects and a $5,000 unrestricted general operating grant.  Artists living in the U.S. for the past two years who intend to use the funds on a performance project are eligible.  DEADLINE: May 27, 2022

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June 2022

National Dance Project Production Grant – New England Foundation for the Arts

June 15

NDP Production Grants are made to projects led by professional choreographers or companies to support the creation and U.S. touring and/or sharing of a new dance project. Production Grants are awarded to 20 dance projects annually through a competitive two-stage application process. Artists/choreographers and/or companies apply to receive a package of support that includes: $45,000 for creation of new work, $10,000 in general operating support, $11,500 for production residency and/or community engagement plans, up to $35,000 to support a U.S. tour.…

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New York Choreographic Institute Residency

June 20

The New York Choreographic Institute (NYCI) provides time, space, and resources for artists to advance both the process and practice of ballet today. The following benefits are provided for Fall and Spring Session participants: Travel to and from New York, housing accommodation during the two-week session, and per diem Approximately three hours per day of rehearsal time in New York City Ballet’s rehearsal studios with either New York City Ballet dancers (October) or advanced students from the School of American…

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July 2022

Hodder Fellowship

July 1

The Hodder Fellowship will be given to artists and writers of exceptional promise to pursue independent projects at Princeton University during the academic year. Potential Hodder Fellows are composers, choreographers, performance artists, visual artists, writers, translators, or other kinds of artists or humanists who have “much more than ordinary intellectual and literary gifts”; they are selected more “for promise than for performance. Given the strength of the applicant pool, most successful Fellows have published a first book or have similar…

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