Resources and Opportunities for Artists
List provided by City of Boulder = Office of Arts + Culture – October 15, 2020
Our goal is to connect you with the resources available to help you, the art leaders of Boulder, sustain your workforce and your business through the crisis and beyond.
New and Updated Support:
Opportunities for artists, writers, and art workers in October 2020 from Hyperallergic.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation announced an unprecedented five-year, $250 million grant effort, the “Monuments Project,” which will transform the way our country’s histories are told in public spaces.
The Town of Superior has two public art opportunities: multiple bus shelter locations and creative placemaking projects. Visit the RFQs with details found in the “What’s Happening” section on the right side of the webpage.
The call for original and locally-based dance films for inclusion in Life in Motion: A Colorado Dance Film Festival‘s 2021 film festival is now open! Deadline Dec. 12.
Submissions are open for the 2021 virtual RAD Fest -the Midwest Regional Alternative Dance Festival. There are three categories of submission: Live Performance, Youth Live Performance, and Screendance. Deadline Oct. 31.
The Energize Colorado Fund is open for Round Two. This fund will provide grants and loans for sole proprietors, businesses, and nonprofits with less than 25 full-time employees. Businesses can apply for up to a $15,000 grant and a $20,000 loan for a possible combined total of $35,000 in financial assistance. The fund is for Colorado Small Businesses – with priority given to rural, women, and BIPOC owned. Deadline Oct. 19.
Many of the resources we have listed in newsletters are still open for applications. The full list of resources available at the Colorado Creative Industries website.