Max’s Kansas City Project Emergency Grants

Max’s Kansas City Project Emergency Grants

Ongoing Opportunity

MAX’S KANSAS CITY MUST GIVE PRIORITY TO THE NEEDIEST CASES. APPLICANTS MUST BE SPECIFIC ABOUT THEIR NEED (HOUSING, MEDICAL, LEGAL) HOW MUCH THEY ARE REQUESTING AND THE REASON. GUIDELINES ARE RESTRICTED TO NEW YORK STATE RESIDENT. EXCEPTIONS ARE MADE IF THE APPLICANT WAS AFFILIATED WITH MAX’S KANSAS CITY. GRANTS AWARDED GO DIRECTLY FOR THIRD-PARTY PAYMENT NOT TO THE APPLICANT.

The max’s kansas city project provides emergency funding & resources to professionals in the creative arts. Individuals who have made their living through their art form either professionally or personally and demonstrate a financial need for medical aid, legal aid or housing.

The non-profit welcomes applications throughout the year to professionals in the creative arts. There are no deadlines. Funding is determined according to the individual’s need and is disbursed in the form of a grant not to exceed $1000. Funding will be based on a sliding scale according to each individual’s specific case. All applications are reviewed and given consideration according to the most critical situations and urgency. We do accept art or other items that we can auction at one of our events or services in kind in exchange for our assistance if that is a possibility but is not mandatory.

Learn more and apply here.

Chris Paxson
Chris Paxson
Miriam Singer's drawings look perceptually at multiple locations in Philadelphia and are then worked through memory, eventually becoming a fictional cityscape created with a playful approach.
Miriam Singer
Miriam Singer

Miriam Singer's drawings look perceptually at multiple locations in Philadelphia and are then worked through memory, eventually…

Miriam Singer's drawings look perceptually at multiple locations in Philadelphia and are then worked through memory, eventually becoming a fictional cityscape created with a playful approach.…

Miriam Singer's drawings look perceptually at multiple locations in Philadelphia and are then worked through memory, eventually becoming a fictional cityscape created with a playful approach.…

My recent works are a break from the painterly images I have made in the past few years. In a search for something more deliberate I changed my painting method and style. It is an abstraction using crosshatching, a technique usually reserved for rendering form and depth I have created an abstract flat image more akin to topography verging on minimalism. The linear hatch marks are made on a matte gradiated background which focuses the viewer on the duality of surface and color. These works are a meditation on labor and time: of coming together and the borders that separate us. The marks are not only creating an aesthetic pattern they are literally the marking of art, and the work that has gone into the piece.
Brian Palmieri
Brian Palmieri

My recent works are a break from the painterly images I have made in the past few years. In a search for something more deliberate…

My recent works are a break from the painterly images I have made in the past few years. In a search for something more deliberate I changed my painting method and style. It is an abstraction using crosshatching,…

My recent works are a break from the painterly images I have made in the past few years. In a search for something more deliberate I changed my painting method and style. It is an abstraction using crosshatching, a technique…

Jorge Luis Vega
Jorge Luis Vega
Deanna McLaughlin is a sculptor and designer in Philadelphia. She uses found objects and transforms them into quirky furniture pieces.  She loves working with a variety of media.
Deanna McLaughlin
Deanna McLaughlin

Deanna McLaughlin is a sculptor and designer in Philadelphia. She uses found objects and transforms them into quirky furniture…

Deanna McLaughlin is a sculptor and designer in Philadelphia. She uses found objects and transforms them into quirky furniture pieces. She loves working with a variety of media.…

Deanna McLaughlin is a sculptor and designer in Philadelphia. She uses found objects and transforms them into quirky furniture pieces. She loves working with a variety of media.…

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