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Best 3 Opportunities for International Artists (April/May)

Happy Tuesday art community!


This week we have collected for you the 3 best opportunities for artists in the US, all having their deadlines in April and May 2023.


We are sure you will find something for you too. Let's go!


1. MAD Museum: Burke Prize Deadline: April 28, 2023


The Burke Prize is a biannual contemporary art prize for a new generation of artists working in a world of expanded media with a foundation in glass, fiber, clay, metal, or wood. Selected by a diverse and distinguished jury of curators, artists, and scholars through an open-call application process, the Burke Prize winner receives an unrestricted award of $50,000. One Burke Prize artist will also be selected for the biannual Burke Residency at The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass.


Application information available here




2. Smack Mellon: Artist Studio Program Open Call

The Smack Mellon Studio Program was launched in 2000 in response to the crisis in availability of affordable workspace for artists living and working in New York City. This program provides free studio space, access to a workshop for metal, wood and general fabrication, a common area equipped with the latest technology and a fellowship to six artists for a one-year period. Each year, Smack Mellon convenes a panel of arts professionals to select the artists from some 500 applicants. Smack Mellon hosts two Open Studios events annually, as well as sponsored visits from curators, critics and gallerists, which provide significant exposure and invaluable career building opportunities.


To apply for the 2023-24 program, please see the details here


3. 2023 Anolic Family Art Awards

Online / Virtual

Deadline: June 1st, 2023.


Established in 1980, the Anolic Family Awards have been given to Jewish artists with a wide array of talents and goals, who have used these awards as an opportunity to further their artistic practice, cultural knowledge and to advance their careers. In 2023, we are offering the following awards: The Naomi Anolic Early Career Jewish Visual Art Award in the amount of $1,000, for Jewish visual artists 25 - 35 years of age; and the Isaac Anolic Jewish Book Arts Award in the amount of $1,500 for professional Jewish visual artists who work in the field of Book Arts. The deadline for both awards is June 1st, 2023.


Application information available here




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