Amplify Arts announces Black American Artist Support Grant – U.S.

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Amplify Arts announces Black American Artist Support Grant – U.S.

Deadline: 15-Feb-21

The Amplify Arts is seeking applications for its Black American Artist Support Grant which is an unrestricted award, granted by an external jury of culture workers and community members, to an individual, collective, or collaborative duo making outstanding work in any discipline.

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Amplify Arts promotes unity, innovation, and progress in the arts to build strong and vibrant communities. The Grants Program is designed to give artists a platform to experiment, develop new audiences, and create and share work outside the confines of larger institutional systems.

Funding Information

Up to $5,000.

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Eligibility Criteria

Any applicant who self-identifies as Black, African American, Afro-Indigenous, Afro-Latino/a/x or mixed heritage with African ancestry and maintains a residence within the Omaha Metro Area including Washington, Douglas, Cass, Sarpy, and Saunders counties in Nebraska, and Pottawattamie, Mills, and Harrison counties in Iowa is eligible to apply.
Applicants must be at least 21 years-old and not enrolled in a degree-seeking program by January 1, 2021. An undergraduate or graduate degree is not required to apply for this grant. Applicants who have received past support from Amplify in the form of an Artist Support Grant or Public Impact Grant must wait one year after their grant term has ended to reapply. This does not include Micro or Generator Grant recipients or current and past members of the Alternate Currents Working Group, Culture Work Fellows, or those who have participated in other Amplify programs.
Applications submitted by, or in partnership with, other 501(c)3 non-profit organizations or fiscal sponsors will not be considered.
For collaborative groups:
Artist collectives, collaborative groups, and duos, are eligible if:
At least one member of the group meet the eligibility requirements outlined above.
The primary creative output of each member of the group is generated within the group, not as an individual.
Members of the group are committed to working on a deeply collaborative level to advance the goals of the group, rather than those of the individuals within the group.
The group is not incorporated into a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Collaborative groups should submit a group resume and discuss the nature and duration of the collaboration in the artist statement.
Selection Criteria

Artist Statement demonstrates a commitment to fostering critical discourse in contemporary art practice.
Impact Statement articulates the potential of the grant to impact future work and advance artistic career goals.
Work Sample illustrates a commitment to expanding the parameters of contemporary art practice in new and innovative ways.
Application Timeline

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Jan 04: Applications open;
Jan 14: Artist Support Grant Info Session;
Feb 14: Applications close;
Feb 15 – Mar 6: Application reviews;
Mar 08: Application status updates delivered;
Mar 15: Announce Black American Artist Support Grant recipient on Amplify’s social media, website and email newsletter.
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