Carbondale Arts: Artist Fellowship Program
76 S 4th St
Carbondale, CO 81623
Carbondale Arts is pleased to announce our 2nd Annual Artist Fellowship Program (AFP), consisting of three artist grant opportunities: The Alleghany Meadows Fellowship, The Ro Mead Community Arts Grant, and The Carbondale Arts Fellowship. The AFP is for artists and creatives of any genre, who need some funding to help them further their career, their art, or their ideas. The criteria is fairly open for these grants, and any artist residing within a ZIP code beginning with "816" may apply.
We believe that there is great value in fostering creativity and inspiration. These grants help further the mission of Carbondale Arts (building community through art) and the mission of the Carbondale Creative District (nurturing a vibrant Carbondale community through creative industry, collaboration and artistic exploration). These grants are highly competitive; thorough, passionate and well thought out responses are encouraged when filling out the application.
The deadline for applications is April 5th, 2019 by 5pm. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or call the Carbondale Arts office at (970) 963-1680.
Please read the following instructions, requirements, and important dates when completing this application. Email questions to Carbondale Arts Executive Director, Amy Kimberly at email@example.com. Applicants must be living in a ZIP code beginning with "816".
The deadline for this application is Friday, April 5, 2019 by 5:00pm.
The Ro Mead Community Arts Grant awards up to $1,000 and will be awarded to projects that involve and cultivate community. This can be for community based projects such as a public art project or involvement in our schools. This is open to organizations or individuals. Collaborations are highly encouraged. Ro Mead, the former executive director of Carbondale Arts, was passionate about art education and community. She helped start First Fridays and The Carbondale Public Art Commission. Rosybelle Mobile Maker bus is her legacy and named after Ro Mead. Grant funded by J. Frost + Carly Merriott.