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Share your vision of your work and where you are going. What are you communicating? What group are you reaching? What are you investigating? Try not to duplicate information you give in the bio or project description. 100 Words Max
The artist biography provides information that might not be found elsewhere in the application, such as where the applicant was born or grew up impacts your, details about your training or work process, career development, etc. 100 Words Max
The project description tells the story of your project in a straightforward and persuasive tone. A good project description explains the who, what, when, where, and why of your project. It gives specific details about the project, its timeline, and your intentions and goals, and shows why you need funding right now and how the project will impact your career. 350 Words Max
The artist résumé includes dates and locations of exhibitions or presentations of work; dates and titles of publications that have included your work; recognition or awards received; bibliography; education; Assume that the juror is unfamiliar with you and your past work.
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Follow the link on the informational page. Submit the URL with your renamed and saved project budget.
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Submit a direct link to the gallery of captioned images on your website (Captions should include title, size, & material). The first ten images on the gallery page link you supply will be considered representational of your current body of work. The juror will look for a correlation between your current work and how this project will support your artistic development. Jurors will be looking for supporting titles, materials, and dates of artwork.
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