Fellowship Opportunity – Scandinavian Folk Arts & Cultural Traditions

by Jessica Stolen
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Fellowship Grants Available

The American-Scandinavian Foundation annual competition for Scandinavian Folk Arts & Cultural Traditions in the Upper Midwest is now accepting applications.

Deadline: September 1, 2024 at 11:59 PM CDT

For further information and to begin an online application visit amscan.org/fellowships-grants/grants-for-folk-arts

Two kinds of awards are available: fellowships for artists and grants for organizations to present public programs and community projects. All grant applications should be for projects that encourage the practice of folk arts and cultures and the presentation of these arts to public audiences.

FELLOWSHIPS FOR ARTISTS

Fellowships for artists deepen the skills of master artists; foster relationships among masters of artistic and technical skills and their apprentices, and encourage the development of traditional skills and the perpetuation of skills from generation to generation; and encourage the awareness of folk traditions by creating innovative projects with wide visibility and public appeal.

GRANTS FOR PUBLIC PROGRAMS & COMMUNITY PROJECTS

Grants for public programs and community projects encourage the preservation of Scandinavian cultural traditions through the support of community festivals, celebrations, and heritage events as well as workshops, performances, classes, and demonstrations. Applicants for public programs grants must be nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations.

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