Arts and Humanities

In the Library

Alliance of Artists Communities. Artists Communities: A Directory of Residencies in the United States That Offer Time and Space for Creativity.

Christensen, Warren and Debbie McAfee, eds. National Directory of Arts Internships. 10th ed. Los Angeles: National Network for Artist Placement, 2005.

Cox, Mary, ed. 2008 Artist's and Graphic Designer's Market. Cincinnati, OH: Writer's Digest Books. 2006.

Directory of Grants in the Humanities: 2005/2006. 19th ed. Westport, CT: Oryx Press, 2004.

Internet Resources

American Center for Artists
Provides a listing of both public and private organizations that give grants and other forms of support to artists.

Americans for the Arts
Information clearinghouse that provides material on funding for individuals in all areas of the arts.

Arts and Healing Network
Provides information on over 90 grants available to artists in the Artist Support section.

Arts Deadlines List Monthly Internet publication with funding opportunities in the visual arts.

Creative Capital's Artist Toolbox
A listing of career resource sites for individual artists.

National Endowment for the Arts
Provides information on funding opportunities in the areas of performing, visual, media, design, and literary arts.

New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA)
The For Artists section provides information on fellowships and fiscal sponsorship for artists. NYFA also has a listing of organizations that operate fiscal sponsorship programs for visual artists and a fact sheet for artists with disabilities, both available in PDF format.

United States Artists
This organization, funded by foundations and private donors, supports a fellowship program open to artists in all career stages. Fellowships will be given across a broad array of disciplines, including architecture and design, craft/traditional art, dance, literary (fiction, non-fiction, poetry), media arts (audio, film, radio, video), music, performance art, theater, and the visual arts.