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Artist Development Grants Support Digital Pivot for Pandemic

Artist Development Grants Support Digital Pivot for Pandemic

Posted: November 20, 2020

During the Covid-19 pandemic, artists everywhere are discovering that the viability of their creative business depends on delivering their work digitally. In early August, the Council announced a special round of Artist Development Grants intended to help artists… Read More
Grant Seeker Workshops for FY2021

Grant Seeker Workshops for FY2021

Posted: January 22, 2020

Are you thinking about applying for an FY2021 Arts Council grant? Attend a workshop between February 24 and March 10. Designed for both new and experienced grant writers, these free workshops focus on Council grant programs opening for application in February: Artist Development and Creation Grants for artists; Arts Impact and Arts Partnership Grants for organizations, municipalities, and schools. Participants will gain an understanding of program guidelines, learn how to construct a competitive application, and have the opportunity to meet and ask questions of Council staff—Meredith Bell, Amy Cunningham, and Dominique Gustin. Read More
Grant Seeker Workshops for FY2017

Grant Seeker Workshops for FY2017

Posted: March 15, 2016

Workshops for artists and organizations seeking Arts Council grants will be held March 30 through April 7. Anyone planning to apply for an Arts Impact, Creation, Technical Assistance, or Artist Development Grant is encouraged to attend. Participants will understand more about each of the Council's grant programs and learn how to create a more competitive application. Read More
A Sculptor’s Words

A Sculptor’s Words

Posted: October 20, 2015

This story was first posted on the Arts Council website November 16, 2011. It is always good news when an artist’s business is growing. So, it was great to get this update from one of our grantees,  Kerry O. Furlani: “I've recently moved into a larger studio at the Journal Press, on Main Street, in Poultney. This new location (larger and more centrally located) will greatly support the production of my studio work and allow me to launch a kind of ‘Slate Carving School,’ in which I hope to offer the public an ongoing calendar of workshops in stone lettering and relief carving.” Read More