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Updated: Aug 2, 2023

Discover 5 amazing opportunities with deadlines in July 2023, brought to you by our database "for the lost creative." Don't miss out on the opportunities that July has to offer!

Fully-funded fellowships at MASS MoCA are available for two or four-week residencies, including General Fellowships and fellowships for Black or Indigenous Artists, Massachusetts Artists, Oregon Visual Artists, and Puerto Rico Artists. The opportunity is open to national and international artists, and it is free to apply. Selected artists receive private studio space, housing, access to workshops, member benefits, and more.

This opportunity provides support for a range of art disciplines, including Choreography, Composition, Film/Media/New Technology, Folk and Traditional Arts, Interdisciplinary work, Literature, Theater, and Visual Arts. To apply, artists must be at least 18 years old and residents of New York State. Proof of residency is required by the sponsoring organization, with two different, current documents needed from a list that includes utility bills, credit card/bank statements, tax forms, lease/mortgage agreements, or state identification. Application is done through the Application Portal, and an Application Manual is available for review.

The International Composition Institute of Thailand (ICIT) is an intensive experience for young composers from around the world to experiment with their sonic and conceptual ideas with artistic performers, ensembles and mentors/composers. The ICIT will be held on December 18th-24th, 2023 with the partnership of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. Participants must pay a fee of $1,050 USD which includes lessons, lectures, rehearsal times, concert performance, and professional documentation of recordings and videos. The winner of ICIT will win a prize of $1,500 USD and have their work premiered in a public concert. The ICIT is open for on-site and online participation and requires participants to cover their own expenses for housing and travel. More information can be found on the TMAO website.

The Sunroom Project Space provides an opportunity for emerging artists in the Bronx to develop and exhibit a site-specific project as a solo show at Wave Hill. Selected artists will receive an honorarium of $2,000, exhibition support, and professional development. Requirements include living within a 50-mile radius of the Bronx and being in the early stages of their career. Students, artists with gallery representation, and previous exhibitors at Wave Hill are not eligible. Apply through the application portal.

This program is for creators of color in documentary filmmaking or nonfiction new media who identify as living with a disability. They seek to bring visibility to creators who are oftentimes overlooked. Each year they award up to five creators with grants of up to $10,000 each to assist them in finishing their projects in any stage of production.

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