Art Jewelry Forum
13605 Forest Rock Drive
San Antonio, TX 78231
Contact Email: email@example.com
Call Type: Grants
Entry Deadline: 1/10/21
Images - Minimum: 5, Maximum: 10
Total Media - Minimum: 5, Maximum: 10
Art Jewelry Forum (AJF) is pleased to announce the 2021 Susan Beech Mid-Career Artist Grant opportunity for mid-career artists. The purpose of this grant, established by San Francisco-based jewelry collector Susan Beech, is to recognize a mid-career artist who has made a substantial contribution to the field and to provide resources to develop and implement a significant jewelry-related project that the artist would not otherwise have the ability to undertake.
The 2021 Susan Beech Mid-Career Artist Grant is open to makers between the ages of 35 and 55 at the time of the proposal deadline, and must have an active and ongoing record of activity in the field.
The proposed project should be about jewelry, loosely defined. There must be a specific outcome to the project, and it must be completed within a two-year time frame. Examples could include (but are not limited to) creation of a new body of work; a book, catalog, or other publication; research and development (including travel study); performance art involving jewelry; or an educational/social initiative involving jewelry. A proposed budget must be included as part of the proposal.
A proposal that was previously submitted may be submitted again.
The grant recipient will receive a cash grant of $20,000, to be paid over the two years in which the project will be implemented.
Grant proposals must include:
- A biography of the artist
- A project proposal outlining the project, including an explanation of how the grant will help support the artist’s work and career and enhance the field
- A detailed budget
- A project proposal portfolio of five - ten images that support/define/clarify the project proposal
The jury of distinguished professionals for this grant cycle will be: grant founder and collector Susan Beech (United States); internationally recognized maker and educator, Daniel Kruger (Germany); and curator of jewelry at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Emily Stoehrer (United States).
The deadline to apply is midnight, MST (Denver, CO, USA), on January 10, 2021. More information and complete guidelines can be found at www.artjewelryforum.org.
Art Jewelry Forum is a nonprofit organization spreading awareness and increasing appreciation of art jewelry worldwide since 1997. AJF advocates for art jewelry through an ambitious agenda of education, conversation, and financial support. It commissions critical writing that sets the standard for excellence in the field and publishes artjewelryforum.org, an online resource for original content on art jewelry.