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Individual artists who are interested in creating projects and initiatives that directly impact the communities where they live can apply to be part of the first ever Artist Corps for Greater New Haven.

The Artist Corps in not just about receiving funding, it's about building non-cash resources (such as connecting people across networks, identifying pipeline opportunities, and meeting more residents through the arts) in order to create a solid foundation for artists to be operationally sound and successful in seeing their art at the forefront of the community.

Therefore, selected artists will gather + work together as a cohort with support from our facilitators: IfeMichelle Gardin, Frank Brady, and Annie Lin. The cohort will meet 3 times with many opportunities throughout the year to engage in small group workshops and collaborations to be in community with each other. 

12 artists will be selected for this pilot year of the Artist Corps and will be awarded a stipend of $10,000.


Deadline 11:59pm July 15



Gracias a la financiación de la subvención del Plan de Rescate Estadounidense del Fondo Nacional para las Artes (NEA) para ayudar al sector de las artes y la cultura a recuperarse de la pandemia, el Arts Council (Consejo de las Artes) está lanzando nuestro Arts Corps (Cuerpo de Artistas) para artistas individuales en Greater New Haven.

Los artistas individuales que estén interesados ​​en crear proyectos e iniciativas que tengan un impacto directo en las comunidades donde viven pueden postularse para ser parte del primer Artist Corps para Greater New Haven ( es decir para New Haven y las cuidades alrededor).

Artist Corps no se trata solo de recibir fondos, se trata de crear recursos no monetarios (como conectar a las personas a través de las redes, identificar oportunidades de canalización y conocer a más residentes a través de las artes) para crear una base sólida para que los artistas sean operativamente sólidos y exitosos en ver su arte a la vanguardia de la comunidad. Por lo tanto, los artistas seleccionados se reunirán y trabajarán juntos como un grupo con el apoyo de nuestro equipo de facilitadores, incluidos: IfeMichelle Gardin, Frank Brady y Annie Lin. El grupo se reunirá 3 veces como grupo completo con muchas oportunidades durante todo el año para participar en talleres de grupos pequeños y colaboraciones para estar en comunidad entre sí.

Se seleccionarán 12 artistas para este año piloto del Artist Corps y se les otorgará un estipendio de $10,000. Se recomienda encarecidamente a los artistas que utilicen una parte de este estipendio para pagar los honorarios de los artistas, tanto para ellos mismos como para cualquier otro artista que forme parte de su proyecto propuesto.

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