Sunday, June 16, 2024

Do You Have A Plan?

What are your goals, and do you have a plan to achieve them? Sometimes in art, it can be easy to live in the moment but more difficult to think ahead and plan what it is you hope to accomplish. Many artists don’t have training in how to run a business or what to do outside of their studio practice to keep the momentum going. That’s where we come in. Below are a few opportunities to get you motivated and thinking about the bigger picture.

Latinx Project announces a new Artist-in-Residence cycle for emerging and mid-career US artists. Selected artists showcase solo exhibitions on campus with curatorial support. For more information and to apply, visit the website. Deadline is April 15.

Interchange supports regional artists in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas with $25,000 fellowships, professional development, and mentoring, fostering impactful socially-engaged creative practices. To learn more, visit the website. Deadline to apply is April 15.

Anonymous Was a Woman Environmental Art Grants support thought-provoking environmental art projects that address ecological and social ethics and encourage Indigenous practices. Projects focusing on various themes must benefit the public and include a free public engagement component by August 31, 2025. To learn more and apply, visit the website. Deadline is April 16.

Praxis Center is dedicated to helping artists understand the intricacies of navigating the art world. We assemble experts from across the field to help you put your best foot forward and accomplish your goals, both in the short and long term. Give Praxis a try and see how far it can take you.

Brainard Carey is an author, artist and educator. He is the director of Praxis Center for Aesthetics. He has written six books for artists: Making it in the Art World, New Markets for Artists, The Art World Demystified, Fund Your Dreams Like a Creative Genius, Sell Online Like a Creative Genius and Succeed with Social Media Like a Creative Genius.

 

Photo credit: Anonymous Was A Woman Environmental Art Grants

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