Artist grant submissions now being accepted

Arts & Humanities Bainbridge is now accepting submissions for its revitalized Individual Artist Grant program.

Individual Artist Grants support artists who live or work on Bainbridge Island and enables them to pursue a practice that contributes to the cultural life of the community.

This year, visual artists who live on Bainbridge Island or have a permanent studio on Bainbridge Island are eligible to apply.

Applicants should provide details of ongoing or upcoming projects. AHB officials are especially interested in new work that will positively impact the community. Projects’ artistic merit and an artist’s financial need, as it relates to their practice, will also be taken into consideration.

Grants of up to $1,000 may be awarded.

The application deadline is Friday, Aug. 30.

Artists can apply for the Individual Artist Grant by submitting application materials to grants@ahbainbridge.org. Required application materials can be found on bainbridgecurrents.com under the Resources: Call for Artists tab.

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