Applications are now open for the General Operating Support for Artists grant program and the Rhode Island Teaching Artist Roster! The application deadline for both programs is July 1 by 11:59 p.m.
The Teaching Artist Roster is a list of teaching artists and arts organizations who have been reviewed by public panels and selected based on their mastery of an artistic discipline, experience and training to work in educational settings. For more information and/or questions on the Roster, contact RISCA’s Arts in Education Director at Maggie.Anderson@arts.ri.gov.
RISCA’s General Operating Support for Artists (GOS-A) program provides grants of $6,000 for each of three consecutive years (totaling $18,000) for artists to work toward large, specific, self-identified goals in their art practice. This funding is unrestricted, and artists can use the funds to support their goals however they need. RISCA’s Individual Artist Program Director, Mollie Flanagan, has scheduled virtual workshops and office hours throughout May and June, you can also reach her at Mollie.Flanagan@arts.ri.gov.
RSVP is required for all workshops, drop-in hours and one-on-one meetings. At this time, all meetings are virtual – by Zoom or phone.
Sign up for a 30 minute meeting with Individual Artist Program Director, Mollie Flanagan. You can use that time to ask questions, get feedback on your application, get technical support, or anything else you need to complete your grant application. Times and dates vary, and more may be added as slots fill up. RSVP, click here.