Apply for VIA Art Fund 2018!

Deadline: 26 October 2018

VIA Art Fund is seeking applications for its grant program to support Visionary Initiatives in Art. Is is a non-profit organization where art patrons join forces as partners in a new model of philanthropy.

Core Values

  • Artistic Production
  • Thought Leadership
  • Public Engagement

Funding Information

If applicant are applying within the Artistic Production category, grants range from $25,000 to $100,000 (can be lower than $25,000). VIA awards $50,000 to $100,000 grants in the case the work is a permanent or quasi-permanent installation or can be gifted to a U.S. public collection.

Eligibility Criteria

  • VIA accepts applications from U.S.-based and international artists, curators, nonprofit organizations, cultural institutions, art production platforms, biennials and/or festivals. Please note that they do not fund museum or gallery exhibitions their support is geared towards high-impact projects in nontraditional exhibition venues and those mounted in the public realm.
  • If applicant are an international artist submitting a proposal, applicants project must take place in the United States. If applicant are a nonprofit entity (American or international) applying for support outside the United States, applicants proposal must feature the work of American or U.S.-based artist(s) or curator(s); outside the United States, VIA’s support is targeted at significant opportunities such as biennials, triennials, and notable exhibitions. If the project takes place within the United States, the featured artist(s) may be American or international.
  • Previous grant recipients must wait 3 full years from the date of their last grant award to reapply for funding

How to Apply

Applicants can apply via given website.

For more information, please visit VIA Art Fund.

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