Have you thought about applying for other grant opportunities beyond SAGA?
The good news is that the art world is one place where anyone who shows talent and promise, marketable or otherwise, can get help in a variety of ways including cash grants, residencies, employment or internships, allowances, free or low-cost studio space, art supplies, exhibition space, and so on. In the interest of giving you a bit of an edge, here’s a short resource list of other grant opportunities. We will continue to add to this list, so check back frequently.
RESOURCES AND LINKS
Grants and other professional development for artists living and working in the state of Washington.Visit Site
Networking and residencies and other resources (membership based).Visit Site
Funding, counseling, and career development services.Visit Site
(Formerly Foundation Center.) To search Candid, you need a subscription. The Spokane Downtown Library has a subscription that is free to use. See Mark Pond for help in searching grant databases for nonprofits or individuals.Visit Site
The Ford Foundation Grant Database
Primarily for nonprofits, this is a helpful tool.Visit Site
New York Foundation for the Arts
Artist professional development and other resources, such as residencies.Visit Site
World-wide artist residencies.Visit Site
TPA Funds Grant
Administered by Visit Spokane. If you have a project or program that incorporates tourism and generates hotel stays for the Spokane area, then consider applying for the TPA.Visit Site