Artist Resources

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National Resources

 

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TheArtNewspaper
The Art Newspaper
We want to know and show where the power lies in the art world.  READ MORE
Art News
ARTnews
ARTnews reports on the art, personalities, issues, trends and events shaping the international art world.  READ MORE
ARTINFO
ART INFO
Our mission is to provide unparalleled access to the world of art and culture. READ MORE
American Alliance
American Alliance of Museums
Through advocacy and excellence, the Alliance strengthens the museum community. READ MORE
ArtNet
ArtNet
Artnet Magazine, the first and best-known art magazine to be published solely on the internet. READ MORE
artist resource guide
Artist Resource Guide
 
As a service to the artists in our community, Pew Fellowships in the Arts has created this resource guide READ MORE
Artist Help Network
Artist Help Network
 
The resources listed on this Web site focus primarily on subjects of interest to fine artists. People working in the applied arts READ MORE
GYST
GYST

 

Alphabetical listing of Artist-Center Organizations and Galleries READ MORE

 

art Forum
ArtForum

 

Artforum is an international monthly magazine specializing in contemporary READ MORE
arts register
Artist Register
 
Listing of arts organizations and other resources READ MORE

 

Art Support

 

Nonprofit art organizations and community art READ MORE

 

WAH Center
WAH Center

 

The WAH Center offers an artist membership program. It gives exposure to artists of a wide range and spectrum READ MORE
Chicago Artist Resource

 

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Karin Wolf

Karin Wolf

Madison Arts Program Administrator

 

Visit the Madison Art Commission Website

 

 
Question: What makes a successful grant application?

 

Answer: A successful grant applicant has researched the guidelines and application, and when possible talked with a grant officer. Thus, the applicant knows their project is a good match for the funding source. Their narrative answers application questions thoroughly yet succinctly. They persuade the review panel that the project is of high artistic merit, has community value, and will make significant impact if given the grant as a revenue source. Letters of support speak to the artist’s abilities and the project’s importance. The budget computes and the narrative is edited to perfection. The application is well organized, delivered on time, and neatly presented.

 

 

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