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Grant for Tribal Artists
from The Oneida Nation Arts Program

UPDATE - 2001

Grants Available
from the Oneida Nation Arts Program for individual Oneida artists for artistic excellence; also grants for community art projects that are new and innovative or significantly enhance an existing program in the Oneida community; and artist development grants.
Due in Office or postmarked by:
For Projects Occurring:
Friday, July 27, 2001
Oct. 2001 - Sept. 2002
Friday, July 26, 2002
Oct. 2002 - Sept. 2003

Click on above link for more information or to apply for Grant.


This information arrived in my email from ArtNatAm - Native American Artists. Since the DEADLINE is May 5, 2000, it is hoped that Artists who could benefit will see this and have time to apply.

Please copy and email to organizations and Native Americans.

Subject: Grant for tribal artists in public work
Date: Wednesday, March 15, 2000 2:11 PM
From: "John Kostura"

Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2000 10:54:26 -0600
From: Sherrole Benton
Subject: Grant for tribal artists in public work

From: Beth Bashara, Director Oneida Nation Arts
To SBENTON, Media Arts Coordinator
Date: 3/14/00 9:43am
Subject: Grant for tribal artists in public work

Note: Please forward this annoucement to as many Native American people and organizations as possible.

The Oneida Nation Arts Program, a program within the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin, is pleased to announce a special grant: Public Art in Oneida, Wisconsin.
To bring a high quality, high visibility public work of art into the Oneida community that involves community participation through apprenticeships.
Open to all artists, and special consideration will be given to any and all Iroquois artists: Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Mohawk, and Tuscarora.
May 5, 2000
Proposals will include artist portfolio, thumbnail sketch, budget, and narrative ARTISTIC REQUIREMENTS:
2-D or 3-D; moveable; in or outdoor; not using a potentially dangerous mediums; created on site in Oneida.
community involvement through an apprenticeship with both an elder and youth; working portfolio with resume, biography, artist statement, 10 slides with description; thumbnail sketch of the proposal piece; cultural significance; artist involvement in the community; budget.
A minimum of 2 weeks, maximum 4 weeks, residency in Oneida, Wisconsin, staying with host family. Artist Fee, transportation, and material costs not to exceed $3,125.
For More Information and Application, please contact Beth Bashara 920-497-5850, ext 5064; or toll-free at 800-497-5897, ext 5064

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