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Since 2003, the Joyce Foundation has commissioned 32 new works from artists of color in Chicago, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Detroit, Milwaukee and Minneapolis/St. Paul. In those ten years, Joyce Award recipients have flourished both nationally and within their communities. After 10 successful years, the Joyce Awards are changing the way communities interact with art again.

In recognition of the fact that art is happening everywhere, all the time, the Joyce Awards will now support the...

For the first time in its 60-year history, the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts will be awarding fellowships to all 10 long-term artist residents along with stipends for all short-term summer residents.

The four newest fellowships, starting in 2012, are sponsored by the Windgate Charitable Foundation. In addition, the Bray offers the Taunt Fellowship, the Lilian Fellowship, the Lincoln Fellowship, the Natsutani Fellowship, the MJD Fellowship, and the Speyer Fellowship....

Since 2008, 3Arts has distributed more than $840,000 to Chicago's women artists, artists of color, and artists with disabilities through its awards, residency fellowship, and project support programs.

Recognizing the pressing need for risk-taking creativity and boundary-breaking human expression, 3Arts has expanded and deepened its programs every year. In 2009 they doubled the number of annual $15,000 awards from six to twelve. In 2010 they added Teaching Artists to the awards program...

The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage is pleased to announce that a group of recent Pew Fellows will take sojourns outside of the Philadelphia area next year for residencies that will push their artistic practice and expand their horizons. These Fellows will soon find themselves in new surroundings—creative communities that nurture artistic expression and exploration, located in California, Alberta, and under the big sky of Wyoming—thanks to a new residency partnership between Pew...

The National Endowment for the Arts announced today its most recent round of grants, awarding $22.5 Million to 863 organizations and individual fellows nationwide. More than $1.6 Million will support creative residency programs – artist communities, colonies, and residencies that provide artists of any discipline with dedicated time and space for the development of new work.

The NEA’s letter to the field in 2009 recognized “the critical role that Artist Communities play in American...