Mini-grants // Commissions are available for Davis-based visual artists who have been economically-impacted by the coronavirus crisis, for creating temporary artwork on pavement.
Through 2 different programs, #healthisinourcommunity (sidewalk stencils re: public health) and #planforresilience (sidewalk murals on holidays), this program provides a $200 per-diem for Davis artists. Artists who live, work, study or sell artwork in Davis or Yolo County qualify.
Artists can qualify for up to 3 per-diem grants (a total of $600 each) for each of the 2 programs.
This program also has a volunteer component -- if you are an artist who wants to contribute but who doesn't need financial support, apply here so we can get you supplies, safety cones, and support.
This application takes 5-10 minutes to complete. Before you apply, please read the programs & check out the other art in the project here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/15VblIo7WcqO8fIgRH06Iy0U2ZPpt-Tw0IuN8MmU4bSE
To qualify for a stipend, you need to be a professional, semiprofessional or emerging professional visual artist, e.g. someone who creates visual art in exchange for compensation. Art students welcome to apply.
For questions email Danielle Fodor at: email@example.com
or call 530-302-7143.
DEADLINE EXTENDED: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
* #HealthIsInOurCommunity and #Plan4Resilience are funded, in part, by a generous grant from the City of Davis Arts and Cultural Affairs Program.