Visual Arts

RFP Listings:

Terra Foundation—Exhibition Grants

March 01, 2021

Recognizing the importance of experiencing original works of art firsthand, the Terra Foundation supports exhibitions that increase the understanding and appreciation of historical American art (circa 1500–1980). The foundation has a particular interest in exhibitions that travel outside the United States or to Chicago. 

Creative Capital—Creative Capital Award

March 01, 2021

Creative Capital (CC) helps visionary artists in all disciplines build thriving careers, and every year CC reviews applications from artists ready to take the next step in their creative practices. The selected artists receive the Creative Capital Award, which includes up to $50,000 in funding for bold new projects, as well as a wide range of counsel, career development, and networking opportunities to make their work come to life. 

The Whiting Foundation—Public Engagement Fellowship, 2022-23 Cycle

March 22, 2021

The Whiting Public Engagement Programs, including the Public Engagement Fellowship and the Public Engagement Seed Grant, celebrate and empower early-career humanities faculty who embrace public engagement as part of their scholarly vocation. This opportunity pertains to the Public Engagement Fellowship. (The Whiting Public Engagement Seed Grant is listed in InfoReady separately.)

The Whiting Foundation—Public Engagement Seed Grant, 2022-23 Cycle

March 22, 2021

The Whiting Public Engagement Programs, including the Public Engagement Fellowship and the Public Engagement Seed Grant, celebrate and empower early-career humanities faculty who embrace public engagement as part of their scholarly vocation. This opportunity pertains to the Public Engagement Seed Grant. (The Whiting Public Engagement Fellowship is listed in InfoReady separately.)

Terra Foundation—Exhibition Grants

August 02, 2021

Recognizing the importance of experiencing original works of art firsthand, the Terra Foundation supports exhibitions that increase the understanding and appreciation of historical American art (circa 1500–1980). The foundation has a particular interest in exhibitions that travel outside the United States or to Chicago.