Grants for Artist Projects is in its 29th year as Artist Trust’s
flagship program and we’re as excited about it now as we were in 1988!
(Maybe with slightly less neon.) GAP awards are $1,500 project-based
grants, useable for supplies, travel, studio time – anything that supports
your new or in-process project. There is also one one-month residency at
Centrum in Port Townsend, along with a $500 stipend, up for grabs.
deadline is May 15th, but if you can get us
your application by the early submission deadline of April 17th, we’ll provide you with feedback so
you can edit, perfect, and resubmit by May.
Here at Artist Trust, we are committed to transparency, and to racial and
geographic equity. With that in mind, we’re looking forward to traveling
around the state with our How to Apply to an Artist Grant
workshop. In these sessions, Artist Trust staff will explain the
application process, provide one-on-one feedback, and answer questions. We
also have a webinar and Office Hours at our home on 12th Ave in
Seattle. Read on to see when we’ll be near you and of course, don’t
hesitate to contact us with questions.
3.29 – How to Apply for an Artist Grant | Evergreen Longhouse, Olympia
Native artists are especially encouraged to participate
3.30 – How to Apply for an Artist Grant | Gig Harbor Arts Council, Gig Harbor
How to Apply for an Artist Grant | Confluence Gallery, Twisp
4.5 – GAP Webinar
Video now available here!
4.10 – Office Hours | AT Office, Seattle
4.12 – How to Apply for an Artist Grant | Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, Seattle
This event is co-hosted by CD Forum
Artists of color are especially encouraged to participate
4.13 – How to Apply for an Artist Grant
| Department of Parks, Recreation, and Art, Auburn
4.17 – Early Submission Deadline, in order to receive feedback from AT staff
4.30 – How to Apply for an Artist Grant | Community Building, Spokane
This event is co-hosted by Spokane Arts
5.8 – Office Hours
| AT Office, Seattle
5.15 – GAP Application Closes