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List of Funding and Grants for Artists

We will update the list as more information becomes available.

Cultured Magazine list of grants and resources from a variety of sources.
https://www.culturedmag.com/emergency-grants-covid19/

Creative Capital list of grants available from a variety of sources.
https://creative-capital.org/2020/03/13/list-of-arts-resources-during-the-covid-19-outbreak/

Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation – (USA)
https://www.gottliebfoundation.org/individual-support-grant-1/

American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) Relief Fund– (USA)
https://agmarelief.org/

Arts and Culture Leaders of Color Emergency Fund – (USA)
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfv4AazvLFVUNAgXoxqBqfZ7jJVkrMroa-CET6Vt6XygR-CaQ/formResponse

CERF+ – (USA)
https://cerfplus.org/get-relief/apply-for-help/

Dramatists Guild Foundation – (USA
https://dgf.org/programs/grants/grants-for-writers/

Equal Sound Corona Relief Fund – (USA)
https://equalsound.org/musicians-corona-relief-fund-application/

Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grants – (USA)
https://www.foundationforcontemporaryarts.org/grants/emergency-grants

Jazz Foundation of America – (USA)
http://www.jazzfoundation.org/what-we-do/housing-and-emergency-assistance

Joan Mitchell Foundation – (USA)
http://joanmitchellfoundation.org/artist-programs/artist-grants/emergency

MusiCares – (USA)
https://www.grammy.com/musicares

PEN America Writers Emergency Fund – (USA)
https://pen.org/writers-emergency-fund/

Pollock-Krasner Foundation – (USA)
http://pkf.org/our-grants/#pollock-krasner-foundation-grant

Rauschenberg Emergency Grants – (USA)
https://www.nyfa.org/Content/Show/Rauschenberg-Emergency-Grants

Sweet Relief COVID-19 Fund – (USA)
https://www.sweetrelief.org/covid-19-fund.html

The Actors Fund – (USA)
http://actorsfund.org/services-and-programs/entertainment-assistance-program

Judith Moss performs in Border Crossers – A Festival of Art to Celebrate Immigrant Lives on March 14 at Goddard Riverside NYC

When: March 14, 2020 at 7:30PM

Where: Goddard Riverside
The Bernie Wohl Center
647 Columbus Ave, NYC

Westbeth Resident JUDITH MOSS dances her solo “Undocumented/Border Crossings”, which honors the legacy of her parents who were born in Berlin and fled Nazi-occupied Europe during WW ll.

Border Crossers – A Festival of Art to Celebrate Immigrant Lives: In an evening of theatre, dance, film and discussion. “Crossing borders illegally, living in the shadows, undocumented… dangerous times now and then.” Saturday, March 14th @ 7:30pm.The Bernie Wohl Center, Goddard Riverside, 647 Columbus Avenue at 92nd Street.

Tickets:
General Admission $20
Students and Seniors $15
Eventbrite

More info: Goddard.org/WHAM

Karin Batten ‘s new paintings at June Kelly Gallery NYC opening March 6th

Show Dates: March 6 – April 14, 2020

Reception: Friday March 6 from 6pm – 8pm

Where: June Kelly Gallery
166 Mercer St NYC
212 266 1660

“My new series of work is inspired by the evocative and distinct places I find while traveling. In 2018, I went to Puerto Rico and Costa Rica to find inspiration for my new works and I help with the relief effort. While there, I visited Playa Negra, a black sand beach, formed from an earlier volcano. Inspired by the magma, I brought some back and integrated its rich mysterious color and texture into this body of work. Seeing the uniquely colored feather patterns of Costa Rican birds first hand while surrounded by fauna and butterflies left me with a feeling for intense color that I work to capture in my paintings. These authentic discoveries and moments help enrich each work with its own story and its own unique world.”

– Karin Batten

Valerie Ghent sings original soul/blues songs from her recent albums at the Frame Brasserie in Paris, Feb 27, 2020


Valerie Ghent
LIVE IN PARIS

New York recording artist Valerie Ghent kicks off 2020 with a concert in Paris! In a beautiful venue literally right next to the Eiffel Tower, in the same Paris arrondisement where her mother grew up as a child, Valerie will perform original soul/blues songs from her recent albums Velours, The French Sessions and Day to Day Dream, with Pierre Sibille, Jerome Buigues, Danielle Mendez, plus special guest Tri Nguyen on dan tranh (Vietnamese zither) for intimate ballads in duo from their upcoming new album.

Powerhouse recording artist VALERIE GHENT wows audiences with her emotive, evocative voice, piano chops to match, and “soul-stirring, uplifting songs full of vitality and joy.” A native New Yorker with a bluesy, funky piano style and a stunning 3 1/2 octave range, it’s no surprise she has toured with music legends Ashford & Simpson and Debbie Harry (Blondie) and performed/worked with artists as diverse as Dr. Maya Angelou, Nina Simone, Sir Cliff Richard, Roberta Flack, Iggy Pop & Billy Preston. Working closely with R&B royalty Ashford & Simpson for over two decades, Valerie learned from the best of the best. An outstanding live performer, Valerie has released 5 solo albums and had a smash #1 hit song with Love Enough for a Lifetime. Soultracks awarded her album Velours one of the Top 50 Albums of 2016. Valerie also regularly tours and records in France where her 2018 single, Feelin Alright, hit #1 on Jazz Radio France. valerieghent.com

Pierre Sibille – keyboards, harmonica, vocals
Jerome Buigues – guitar, vocals
Danielle Mendez – drums
& special guest Tri Nguyen – dan tranh

Frame Brasserie
28 Rue Jean Rey, 75015 Paris, France
Reservations:

01 44 38 57 77 / resa@framebrasserie.fr

Valerie Ghent
valerieghent.com

Feel the Music!
feelthemusic.org

New York Internal Arts
internalartsinternational.com

Juanita McNeely retrospective at the James Fuentes Gallery Jan 22 – Mar 1, 2020. A New York Times must-see show.

Triskaidekaptych, 1986, Installation view, James Fuentes, 2020

Westbeth artist, Juanita McNeely is an American feminist artist known for her bold works that illustrate the nude female experience in her figurative paintings, prints, paper cut-outs and ceramic pieces.

Gallery Info: James Fuentes Gallery NYC

NY Times article: What to See Right Now in New York (Jan 29, 2020)

Helene Aylon’s work opens January 18, 2020 at Mark Selwyn Gallery

Helène Aylon
First Coral, 1970
Acrylic on Plexiglas and aluminum
48 1/4 x 96 3/8 inches

Helène Aylon
January 18 – February 22, 2020

Marc Selwyn Fine Art is pleased to announce the gallery’s first presentation of works by the multimedia artist Helène Aylon. The exhibition features three of Aylon’s abstract series, Elusive Silver, Pouring Formations, and Paintings That Change in Time all created between 1969 and 1977. The seven Elusive Silver works employ industrial materials such as sheet metal, acrylic plastic, and spray paint. Pouring Formations and Paintings That Change in Time consist of linseed oil on paper mounted on Masonite panels.
Beginning in 1969, Aylon experimented with the idea of creating “painting that revealed itself,” in an attempt to introduce feminist consciousness to a medium that had, by then, been firmly dominated by the notion of a heroic, and almost exclusively male, American idiom. Refraining from mark making (“I didn’t want to be hammered in by exactitudes”), she allowed the works themselves to inform the evolution of her ideas.

Also featured in the exhibition is the work of Barry Le Va

More info :
Mark Selwyn Gallery
9953 South Santa Monica Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90212