Applying to Grants – Tacoma / Workshop
Start Date / Time: October 20, 2022 5:30 pm
End Date / Time: October 20, 2022 6:30 pm
Venue: Tacoma Art Museum -1701 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402
Price: Free with registration
Free with RSVP (registration closes at 10 a.m. the day of the event)
About this Workshop
Join the Artist Trust Program Co-Director, Luther Hughes and Tacoma Art Museum’s, Artist Awards Manager, Victoria Miles, for an overview of applying for artist grants. During this hour-long workshop you’ll learn about Artist Trust, our Fellowship Awards, explore funding opportunities available for your work, and hear tips to make your next application. We hope to see you in person for snacks, refreshments, and information sharing about applying for grants.
This in-person workshop is open to all artists who identify as Black, African, and/or African American at all career stages looking to learn more about applying for grants. This workshop is presented in partnership with The Current, An Artist Award at Tacoma Art Museum.
About Artist Trust
Artist Trust is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support and encourage artists working in all disciplines to enrich community life throughout Washington State. Since its founding in 1986, Artist Trust has invested over $10 million in individual artists through grant programs and provides a comprehensive suite of professional development training and resources to help artists achieve their career goals. Learn more at artisttrust.org.
About The Current
The Current is an annual, unrestricted award providing financial and institutional support to a Black artist living and working in the Tacoma area. In recognition of artistic excellence and future promise, the awardee will receive a $15,000 unrestricted gift. Additionally, the awardee has the option of receiving various forms of support from the institution: whether that be career and artistry support or designing a program — all would include the full support of the Museum’s facilities, staff expertise, and labor. This dual investment champions the awardee directly and proliferates resources for the artist’s community, providing resources and strengthening networks that make creating art easier for Black artists.