$3,500 Artist Grants | All Media Eligible

$3,500 Artist Grants | All Media Eligible

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, May 18, 2021

The Hopper Prize is now accepting entries for Spring 2021 artist grants.

For this open call, they have increased grant awards to $3,500.

They are offering 2 grants in the amount of $3,500 and 4 grants in the amount of $1,000.

Grants will be awarded through an open call art competition juried by leading contemporary curators.

The Hopper Prize was established in order to increase the recognition of artwork created by artists and photographers. The aim is to advance artists’ careers by providing them with unrestricted financial support that is coupled with a platform for increased visibility. They accept submissions twice a year via an open call.

Submissions are being accepted for the Spring 2021 grant cycle.

Program Highlights
Total Awards: $11,000.00 USD for visual artists
$3,500.00 – 2 artists will each receive a $3,500 (USD) grant
$1,000.00 – 4 artists will each receive a $1,000 (USD) grant
30 artists will have their work archived at hopperprize.org
A selection from the submissions will be featured on their Instagram feed @hopperprize
Additional exposure will be available to winners through their Journal: Insights into Contemporary Art

Connect with Curators
The Hopper Prize collaborates with contemporary curators holding prominent positions at major institutions in order to select their grant winners. This open call provides you with a direct path to get your work in front of these forward thinking exhibition makers. Jurors for the Fall 2020 awards are:

Selby Nimrod
Assistant Curator
MIT List Visual Arts Center

&

María Elena Ortiz
Curator
Pérez Art Museum Miami

The jurors will be selecting 6 artists from this open call who will each receive an unrestricted cash grant.

2 artists will win $3,500 and 4 artists will win $1,000.

The jurors will also select a shortlist of 30 artists who will have their work archived at hopperprize.org.

Grant awards are unrestricted and may be used any way the recipients choose.

When submitting your work, you will have the option to opt-in to be considered for possible Instagram features on their feed @hopperprize, where they currently reach an audience of over 55k. Their editors will be featuring select submissions on a rolling basis prior to the application deadline.

In addition to grant awards, the shortlist, and Instagram reach, they will be providing an additional platform for exposure via their online Journal Insights Into Contemporary Art. This digital publication was launched to give artists a new channel to amplify their voice while providing an in-depth look at their work, practice, and background. Grant recipients and shortlisted artists will all receive the opportunity to publish an interview to include any work of their choosing as a means of providing continued support beyond the open call.

Eligibility
The Hopper Prize is open to all artists age 18 and older working in any media. There are no restrictions on genre, subject matter, or media. They welcome entries in all media.

The Hopper Prize is committed to supporting artists from diverse cultural backgrounds at all stages of their professional careers. All artists are encouraged to apply.

Recent Winners
The Hopper Prize supports artists working in all media, from diverse backgrounds, in wide-ranging geographic locations. Recent grant winners include:
Akihiro Boujoh, Utrecht
Joey Solomon, Brooklyn
Lynnea Holland-Weiss, Cleveland
Susan Chen, Hartford
Yannick Lowery, Philadelphia
Andrea Ferrero, Mexico City
Christopher Desanges, Boston
Dominic Hawgood, London
Kira Dominguez Hultgren, San Francisco
Vikesh Kapoor, Sunset Pines
Adrian Coleman, London, United Kingdom
Trish Tillman, New York, New York
Nicholas Moenich, Brooklyn, New York
Elena Bajo, Los Angeles, California
Vanessa da Silva, London, United Kingdom
Mark Baugh-Sasaki, San Francisco, California
Genevieve Cohn, Bloomington, Indiana
Sydney Cook, Baltimore, Maryland
Jinyong Park, London, United Kingdom
Isabel Yellin, Los Angeles, California
Alex Callender, Northampton, Massachusetts
Alicia Eggert, Denton, Texas
Daniel McCarthy Clifford, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Juan Giraldo, New York, New York
Maja Ruznic, Los Angeles, California
Letitia Huckaby, Benbrook, Texas
Tracy Kerdman, Saugerties, New York
Lebohang Kganye, Johannesburg, South Africa
Christopher Meerdo, Chicago, Illinois
Erik Parra, San Francisco, California

Deadline
May 18, 2021

Simple Application
The grant application is simple to reduce the stress of submitting your work and save you time. The application is short and can be completed in under 20 minutes.
To apply for a grant, you only need to submit this information:
Name & Email
Instagram Username (optional)
Up to 10 Image or Video attachments
Artwork captions
Artist Statement & Biography (optional)
$40 submission fee

Apply Now at https://hopperprize.org

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