Deadline extended to April 15th, 2023.
For more info, please visit www.wavemakergrants.org. Apply HERE.
WaveMaker at Locust Projects supports Miami’s visionary artists with incubator grants for innovative projects that are shared with the public in unconventional spaces.
Join us for the first WaveMaker INFO SESSION of the year on Monday March 20th, at 6pm via ZOOM. Learn about the next cycle of WaveMaker Grants for Miami-Dade artists in one of three categories: New Work / Projects, Long-Haul Projects, and R&D + Implementation.
You'll also get to hear from current WaveMakers Loni Johnson and Roscoè B. Thické III about their #WaveMakerInProgress. They will talk about their WaveMaker experience, the opportunities and challenges they encountered along the way, and share insight into how you can make your idea happen.
Since 2015, WaveMaker has awarded $510,000 in funding to 102 of Miami’s visionary artists. Grantees receive up to $6,000 each in three categories: New Work / Projects, Long-Haul Projects, and Research & Development + Implementation. In the spirit of Locust Projects’ artist-driven mission, WaveMakers experiment and take risks, creating innovative work that is shared with the public in unconventional spaces.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 2022 GRANTEES HERE
WaveMaker is made possible by lead support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts' Regional Regranting Program, a network of 32 partner organizations across the country. Founded in 2015 by the former nonprofit Cannonball, WaveMaker has been administered by Locust Projects, Miami’s longest running nonprofit alternative art space, since 2017.
For more about WaveMaker Grants, please visit www.wavemakergrants.org.
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts’ Regional Regranting Program was established in 2007 to recognize and support the movement of independently organized, public-facing, artist-centered activity that animates local and regional art scenes but that lies beyond the reach of traditional funding sources. The program is administered by non-profit visual art centers across the United States that work in partnership with the Foundation to fund artists’ experimental projects and collaborative undertakings.
The 32 regranting programs provide grants of up to $10,000 for the creation and presentation of new work. Programs are developed and facilitated by organizations in:
Alabama - The Verdant Fund
Albuquerque - 516 ARTS: Fulcrum Fund
Atlanta - Atlanta Contemporary Nexus Fund
Baltimore - Baltimore Arts Realty Corporation: GRIT Fund
Boston - Collective Futures Fund
Chicago - Threewalls & Gallery 400: Propeller Fund
Cleveland - SPACES: The Satellite Fund
Denver - RedLine Contemporary Art Center: INSITE Fund
Detroit - CultureSource: Flourish Fund
Houston - Aurora Picture Show, DiverseWorks, & Project Row Houses: The Idea Fund
Indianapolis - Power Plant Grant
Kansas City - Charlotte Street Foundation & Spencer Museum of Art: Rocket Grants
Los Angeles - LACE Lightning Fund
Miami - Locust Projects: WaveMaker Grants
Milwaukee - The Open Fund
Minneapolis - Midway Contemporary Art: Visual Arts Fund
Knoxville - Current Art Fund
New Orleans - Antenna & Ashé Cultural Arts Center: Platforms Fund
Newark - Newark Artist Accelerator
Omaha- Populus Fund
Philadelphia - Temple Contemporary: The Velocity Fund
Phoenix and Tucson (AZ) - Night Bloom: Grants for Artists of the Sonoran Desert
Portland (ME) - SPACE Gallery: The Kindling Fund
Portland (OR) - Portland Institute for Contemporary Art: Precipice Fund
Providence - Interlace Grant Fund
Raleigh and Greensboro (NC) - Pivotal Fund
Saint Louis - The Luminary: Futures Fund
San Francisco - Southern Exposure: Alternative Exposure
San Juan, PR - Beta Local
Seattle - Collective Power Fund
Washington DC - Washington Project for the Arts: Wherewithal Grants
WE ARE NOW OPEN! Come visit us in our new location at 297 NE 67th Street in March. Visit us Wed-Sat, 11am-5pm.
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