Scholarships available for Americans for the Arts
- 40+ workshops, panels, and interactive sessions on community development, arts education, leadership, equity, public art, advocacy, and more
- 100+ speakers, including practicing artists, elected officials, arts administrators, and community leaders
- 2 Preconferences focusing on Public Art and Civic Design, and Intercultural Leadership
Early career artists, who are residents of Minnesota or the 5 boroughs of New York City, and who are interested in attending may apply for a scholarship to attend.
The deadline to apply is March 11, 2019.
Artists who are eligible for Jerome Foundation support:
- Are in the early stages of their creative development
- Are not students
- Generate new works (for example, are choreographers versus dancers)
- Are actively creating new work in their chosen artistic discipline(s)
For more guidance on whether you are eligible for this scholarship, see this description of eligible and ineligible artists.
You do not need to be a Jerome grantee to apply—just Jerome eligible!
If you have questions, please contact:
Local Arts Services Associate
Americans for the Arts