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A residency for writers, with a twist: you can keep the house

Write A House, a non-profit organization in Detroit, Michigan, renovates abandoned homes to offer artist residencies for writers.  It has one, key twist: the house is yours, for free, forever. Applications for Spring 2015 will be online soon! http://writeahouse.com

New! Claudia F. Savage reviews 5 artist-parent residencies available now

This is a beautifully organized list of 5 artist-parent residencies available in 2015-2016.   Application deadlines begin in April and carry through the fall.  Many offer a stipend and/or childcare. Open to dancers, visual artists, writers, musicians, composers, choreographers, and more! http://www.voicecatcher.org/archives/4769

Detroit SOUP celebrates 5th anniversary and over $85,000 in project funding

Every month, Detroit SOUP welcomes community members to a dinner of salad, bread, and soup, for a donation of $5.  Diners listen to proposals from other community members about a project idea- often involving art, urban agriculture, social entrepreneurship- and vote for their favorite proposal.  The project with the most votes wins the admission money collected.  Over 5 … Continue reading

Sustainable Arts Foundation: grants for parenting artists in visual arts or writing

The Sustainable Arts Foundation will award multiple grants in the amount of $6,000 for visual artists and writers who have children under the age of 18.  A number of smaller awards will be available for artists who do not qualify for the main awards but demonstrate promise. Applications for the Spring 2015 awards are due February … Continue reading