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LEEWAY FOUNDATION - GRANT FOR WOMEN ARTISTS

Regional Deadline: Annual Recurring April, August - This is an annual, unrestricted (not project-based) award of $15,000 for women and trans artists in the Delaware Valley who create art for social change and have done so for at least five years, as well as demonstrating continued growth and commitment to this work.

The Award application is a two-stage process:

Stage 1: Open to all eligible women artists. After a review of applications (basic eligibility and five questions about their art and change work), all applicants will receive notification and selected artists will receive invitations to apply to Stage 2.

Stage 2: By invitation. All invited applicants will receive a $150 application stipend to cover the costs of preparing work samples. Invited artists will receive notification and announcement of final awardees in December.

Download complete details and application, or contact:

Leeway Foundation
123 S. Broad St., Suite 2040
Philadelphia, PA 19109
Tel. 215.545.4078

About:
The Leeway Foundation was established in 1993 to promote the welfare of women and benefit the arts. Our mission is to support individual women artists, arts programs and arts organizations, focusing on the Greater Philadelphia region, in order to help them achieve individual and community transformation. We envision a world where art is recognized as an essential part of the human experience; where it is employed and respected as a powerful catalyst for individual and social change; and where women artists are empowered, recognized and valued.

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