Directors authorized a grant of $5,000 to the SCULPTURECENTER, Long Island City, New York, in support of the In Practice series. The mission of the Center is to engage with artists in evolving the definition of contemporary sculpture, and offer programs and exhibitions that place sculpture in a rich aesthetic, cultural, and historic context. The exhibition program includes solo and group shows that identify key aspects of contemporary sculpture. The Center also maintains a project residency program that supports artists in the creation and exhibition of large-scale and/or complex projects. The In Practice series supports the creation of innovative work by emerging and under-recognized artists who are encouraged to consider any area of the building as a potential site and to experiment with the exhibition format in terms of presentation and life span of the work. In Practice includes sculptural objects, installations, performances and art works that operate between disciplines. Submissions to the In Practice series are reviewed by a panel of independent artists and curators and SculptureCenter curators. In Practice artists' projects are documented in the Center's biannual publication.

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Visual Arts
Grant Program
General Program
New York City


Guidelines and more information about the new Artist Fellowship program are now available. The application deadline is Tuesday, May 8, 2018 at 4 pm Central / 5 pm Eastern Time.

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