Individual Grant Opportunities for Architects and Designers

Thursday, January 8, 2009
7:00 p.m.
The Urban Center
457 Madison Avenue
This program was part of the 2008-09 program calendar. Click here for information about our current season.

Representatives from the American Academy in Rome, the American Institute of Architects, the Deborah J. Norden Fund, the Design Trust for Public Space, the MacDowell Colony, the New York Foundation for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, and the Van Alen Institute will discuss opportunities for individual grants and fellowships for architects and designers.

The American Academy in Rome offers the Rome prize, residential fellowships for emerging artists and scholars in Rome.

The American Institute of Architects New York Chapter offers numerous grants and scholarships supporting education, research, and travel.

The Deborah J. Norden Fund awards travel and study grants for recent graduates in the fields of architecture, architectural history, and urban studies.

The Design Trust for Public Space awards fellowships to professionals whose work will complement the Design Trust’s current program needs.

The MacDowell Colony offers residencies of up to eight weeks providing artists with time and space in which to create lasting works of the imagination at the Colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire.

The New York Foundation for the Arts offers unrestricted grants to artists living and working in the state of New York.

The New York State Council on the Arts supports innovative projects by professionals (or teams of professionals) in the design and planning fields that advance the fields and contribute to the public’s understanding of the built environment.

The Van Alen Institute New York Prize Fellowship provides international emerging practitioners and scholars an opportunity for in-depth research and a platform for interventions in the public realm. Fellows are based at Van Alen Institute and generate projects on the most significant issues shaping contemporary discourses in architecture and public space.

Admission is free and open to all.  Reservations are not accepted.

This program was made possible in part by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.