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Florida: Free Money for Artists (2005)
Florida: Free Money for Artists (2005)
Florida: Free Money for Artists (2005)
Florida: Free Money for Artists (2005)
Florida: Free Money for Artists (2005)
Florida: Free Money for Artists (2005)
Florida: Free Money for Artists (2005)
Florida: Free Money for Artists (2005)
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Florida: Free Money for Artists (2005)

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This is a (2005) slideshow I did to share with artists and writers ways to find money and resources to do their work. I placed it here as I would like to update it and I'm taking down the website it …

This is a (2005) slideshow I did to share with artists and writers ways to find money and resources to do their work. I placed it here as I would like to update it and I'm taking down the website it was housed on at this time. RhondaK is a native Florida Folk Artist and a Librarian. http://www.rhondakwrites.com

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    • 1. The traditional dream catcher was intended to protect the sleeping individual from negative dreams, while letting positive dreams through. The positive dreams would slip through the hole in the center of the dream catcher, and glide down the feathers to the sleeping person below. The negative dreams would get caught up in the web, and expire when the first rays of the sun struck them.” From http://www.dream-catchers.org / “
    • 2. "Miracles start to happen when you give as much energy to your dreams as you do your fears." - Richard Wilkins
      • Free Money for Artists/Writers
      • Learn grant seeking strategies and find grant sources to support your calling. Writers, visual artists, craftsmen and poets can find free money, awards, scholarships, residencies and other supports to assist with their dream.
      Your library is your ultimate muse.
    • 3. Awards
      • Grants
      • Residencies
      • Scholarships
      • Space Usage
      • Prizes/Contests
      • Apprenticeships/Artist Development
    • 4. G-E-T What You Want
      • Two Major Reasons Grant Applications Fail
      • G.E.T. – Grant Power Search Formula G eography E ssential Focus
        • T ypes of Support
    • 5. Selected Online Sources
      • NYFA Source - cash grants and artist-in-residence programs, to marketing and opportunity listings. This resource covers the range of support available to U.S. artists on the local, state, national, and international level, and allows specific queries based on discipline, location, gender, ethnicity, career point, application deadline, and many other criteria.
      • State of Florida – Florida Division of Cultural Affairs: Arts
      • Sunshine Artist Magazine In paper @ John F. Germany Public Library and Temple Terrace Public Library. Magazine featuring monthly reviews & reader’s forums discussing art/craft events. Also has a limited online listing of craft/art shows. These aren't the complete listings you get in the magazine, with entry and contact information, you can search by date, city, state, and region to identify possibilities.
      • http:// artandcraftshows.net /
      • Poets & Writers – see “Links to Other Resources ” and see “Poets and Writers ” then click on “classifieds.” Contests, calls for writers and more .
      • Foundation Center – Learning Resource Center / JFG only has The Foundation Directory Online Platinum. HCPLC is a Foundation Center Cooperating Collection.
      • Grants.gov – includes links to the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance & other programs and tips on grant writing
    • 6. More Resources
      • Public Art Programs Hillsborough County Public Art Program City of Tampa Department of Art and Cultural Affairs State Art Agency Websites Major Grant makers to Arts and Culture
      • Festival Network Online – fee-based, but provides identifying information about various arts & crafts. More than 18,000 North American events.
      • Artist’s Foundation – Great links on artist statements, art resumes and more.
      • Writers Digest Magazine ( @ North Tampa Library ) and online @ writersdigest.com . Lists monthly prices that include books on the writing craft. Also comprehensive list of conferences.
      • About.com – invaluable tips, links and commentaries on life as an active artist/writer/craftsperson. See: Poetry Freelance Writers Women Writers Fiction Writers Arts & Crafts Business Painting Graphic Design
    • 7. HCPLC.org – Information Gateway
      • Gales Ready Reference Shelf -- Under Almanacs, Dictionaries and etc…. Associations, Publications
          • Find contests, retreats, mentor-ships, awards, fellowship, calls for work, submission opportunities and more. Such as: National Craft Association . Membership has it privileges . Such as: The Knitting Guild Association Call for Designs in their Cast On magazine.
      • RefUSA - Under Business & Finance Contacts, Mailing List, Leads NAICS: 45322013 Gift, Novelty & Souvenir Stores, 45392002 Art Dealers, 4229936 All other home furnishing stores, 45399825 Store Retailers not specified elsewhere
      • SIC: 5947-12 Gift Shops, 5999-69  Art Galleries & Dealers, 5945-14 Ceramic products – decorative
      • 5999-88 Craft Galleries and Dealers
      • Grants & Fundraising Selected Links including Foundation Center Learning Resource Tutorials
    • 8. "Whether you think you can or whether you think you can't, you're right ." - Henry Ford [email_address] Powerpoint @ Sellitwithsizzle.com

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