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Updated: Jan 8

This month, we're featuring curated opportunities for 3 categories: visual arts 🎨, music 🎹, and performing arts 🎭! You can search for more on our database "for the lost creative" & don't forget to sign up for our newsletter a the bottom of the page to get opportunities delivered to your inbox! Don't miss out on the opportunities that November has to offer! let us know your thoughts in the comments!



The Hopper Prize is offering $3,500 and $1,000 grants to artists and photographers worldwide. Submissions will be juried by curators from Whitney Museum of American Art and Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum. Winners will have the opportunity to publish an interview about their work.

Each year, The Met awards over 50 yearlong fellowships to scholars from around the world whose projects require close study of objects in the museum’s collection. Funding ranges from $47,000 to $65,000, with additional travel stipends available.

Located in the Hudson Valley, WSW offers a variety of funded residencies for women and trans, intersex, nonbinary, and genderfluid artists. The organization maintains facilities for etching, letterpress, papermaking, book arts, silkscreen, 3D work, ceramics, and photography.




We help precollege through DMA applicants prepare for music school applications and auditions. Our team works with you to create an action plan with deadlines and checkpoints that keep you on track and motivated to produce the best possible application.

The Latin American Women Composers Competition is accepting symphonic works from women composers born or naturalized in Latin American countries. The three finalists will have their pieces performed by Osesp in a public concert and the winning work will be recorded for an anniversary album. The winner will also receive a prize of USD 5,000.00.

The Dolphy Prize | November 30th, 2023

Black composers are invited to submit an original work for bass clarinet solo or small ensemble.

Winners in each category will receive a $500 prize and publication of the work in the Alea Publishing catalog. Composers are limited to one submission per year. Composers who have submitted in prior years, but were not awarded, are welcome to submit again. Use of the bass clarinet is required, but any other instruments/voices (to a maximum of 5) are at the discretion of the composer. Pre-recorded and/or synthesized sound may be included beyond the maximum of five performers. Works may utilize any combination of traditional and/or modern techniques. There is no minimum or maximum length for the piece submitted.



Salary – £732.43 per week plus benefits

Scottish Opera takes world-class opera to all corners of Scotland and beyond, ensuring that as many people as possible can enjoy this wonderful art form. The company is Glasgow based and the Orchestra performs main stage and medium-scale operas, participates in education and outreach work and performs concerts and recordings.

We invite applications for the position of Section Principal Trumpet. Players have a contractual guarantee of a minimum of 29 weeks of work per year, and in November each year receive 5 months’ notice of their contracted weeks of work for the year that commences from April.

Associate Principal Bass - North Carolina Symphony | November 30th, 2023

The 2023/24 season is 40 weeks with a minimum title salary of $1,748.95/week ($71,377.80 annual including EMG) plus 18 optional summer services at the position per-service rate. Benefits include 9% retirement contribution, medical, life and instrument insurance.

Employment to begin at the earliest mutually agreed upon date, no later than September 2024, with satisfactory USCIS employment eligibility verification.


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