Emergency Grant for Curators

Emergency Grant for Curators

This Deadline Expired: Sunday, April 12, 2020

The Kinkade Family Foundation is proud to administer a new Emergency Grant for curators who are developing projects that promote artwork of contemporary and experimental nature. The Emergency Grant provides funding for a curatorial project that sheds light on the world during this time of darkness. Priority will be given to curators who have a venue secured for their project and are greatly impacted by the challenges we are facing due to COVID-19.

The program will provide one-time grants of up to $5,000 for unexpected emergencies related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The grant is available to curators who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents in the United States, District of Columbia, or U.S. Territories. If you aren’t sure if your discipline fits within these guidelines, please contact the grants administrator.

Learn more here.

Andrea Lyons'  work is about the home and the materials that are symbolic of it. I have used wood both to paint on and as part of the subject of the painting. The connection of wood as part of the structure of the house and also part of the tree form. The layers of the bark of the tree as related to the layers of skin. The correlation of flesh to wood and other building materials.
Andrea Lyons
Andrea Lyons

Andrea Lyons' work is about the home and the materials that are symbolic of it. I have used wood both to paint on and as…

Andrea Lyons' work is about the home and the materials that are symbolic of it. I have used wood both to paint on and as part of the subject of the painting. The connection of wood as part of the structure…

Andrea Lyons' work is about the home and the materials that are symbolic of it. I have used wood both to paint on and as part of the subject of the painting. The connection of wood as part of the structure of the house and…

Sue Moerder
Sue Moerder
Peter Cunicelli
Peter Cunicelli
Jenna Hannum
Jenna Hannum
Something magical happens when Sally immerses herself within color and movement. She considers herself a lifelong artist, expressing herself through various media, including acrylics, works on paper, collage, mixed media, and photography.
Sally K. Eisenberg
Sally K. Eisenberg

Something magical happens when Sally immerses herself within color and movement. She considers herself a lifelong artist,…

Something magical happens when Sally immerses herself within color and movement. She considers herself a lifelong artist, expressing herself through various media, including acrylics, works on paper, collage,…

Something magical happens when Sally immerses herself within color and movement. She considers herself a lifelong artist, expressing herself through various media, including acrylics, works on paper, collage, mixed media,…

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