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Arts Residencies Representation & Professional Support

Arts Residencies Representation & Professional Support
Ambrose Murray shot by Alex Nunez, Retrieved from fountainheadarts.org

Fountainhead events have always been welcoming. If you’re an artist, get involved with the community in a variety of ways:

  • Become a member

  • Attend their events

  • Share their residency with your artist friends

Harnessing the power of diversity, Fountainhead is building a global family of artists and appreciators, one personal connection at a time. Their residency program was founded with the goal of creating a welcoming and supportive space for artists. They invite three national/international artists to live and work in Miami each month.

Fountainhead strongly focuses on community building and collaboration, which is evident in the series of events they organize each month. They host artist talks, workshops, lectures, and panel discussions that give people an opportunity to meet artists in person and engage in meaningful conversations.

Stay informed of future opportunities by signing up for their newsletter.


If you’re an artist based in Miami and interested in a residency like what Fountainhead does but in other cities use Res Artis search to find programs worldwide.  They are the global leader in creating opportunities for artists and arts organizations to find residencies. Their research, services, and projects have evolved over the years to reflect a changing world of professional practice and working across borders.

If you’re an artist based in Miami and interested in a residency like what Fountainhead does but in other cities, use Res Artis search to find programs worldwide.


They are the global leader in creating opportunities for artists and arts organizations to find residencies. Their research, services, and projects have evolved over the years to reflect a changing world of professional practice and working across borders.


New York Residency, Retrieved from amant.org

If you’re craving big-city vibes, here’s a list of artist residences located in New York,

which is a whole vibe post-pandemic.

Check out Amant. Amant is an artist residency program that aims to slow down the art-making process. They provide artists with resources and guidance to support long-term research projects and archival work. Their program welcomes experimental practices in visual arts, cultural theory, performance, filmmaking, and writing. Amant conducts an open call at the end of each calendar year and selects artists for the Fall and Spring residency periods.



Anita Wetzel was the founding spirit of the Women’s Studio Workshop. Now her friends and colleagues are establishing an annual residency grant in her name. The Anita Wetzel Residency Grant is a new opportunity focused on mature artists (45 years and up) to create new work and fully immerse themselves in WSW’s supportive environment. Artists may choose to work in one or more of our studios: intaglio, letterpress, papermaking, screen printing, darkroom photography, or ceramics.

Application Opens: May 27

Deadline: August 1

Notification date: October

Residency length: 4-6 weeks


The Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts supports the arts and culture of Nashville and beyond. The center provides working and living environments for established, emerging, and mid-career artists in order to allow uninterrupted time for work, reflection, and creative growth. Presenting programs that expand public awareness and appreciation of the arts is another vital part of their mission.

Application deadlines are MARCH 1 and SEPTEMBER 1 annually*.

  • The March 1 deadline determines awards scheduled for July – December of the current calendar year.

  • The September 1 deadline determines awards scheduled for January – June of the following calendar year.

Grant Opportunity for Marine Debris Removal

Grant Opportunity for Marine Debris Removal
A mass of derelict nets was removed from the reefs surrounding Midway Atoll (Kuaihelani, Pihemanu) in the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (Photo: NOAA).

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Marine Debris Program announced the Fiscal Year 2022 NOAA Marine Debris Removal funding opportunity. Funding for this competition will support projects that remove marine debris to benefit marine and Great Lakes habitats and communities. The competition focuses on two priorities: removing large marine debris and using proven interception technologies to capture marine debris throughout the coastal United States, Great Lakes, territories, and Freely Associated States. Proposals are due on Grants.gov on September 30, 2022, at 11:59 p.m.

Sustainable Style Shopping

Sustainable Style Shopping

Transform your entire approach when it comes to your wardrobe. Wardrobe? Zen Zone Miami is open for swapping by appointment.

New to swapping? Clothing Swaps are a fun and unique way to shop for clothes, shoes, or accessories. Simply bring items that are no longer bringing you joy and swap them out for something new from our rack. Read more on the blog.

If you would like to bring a friend, that is fine, and we just ask that you limit your group to 3 people maximum.


Small Business Owners Grant Available

Does your small business have a positive impact on Miami-Dade County? Apply online for the BizUp Grant. Submit a five-minute pre-recorded pitch for a chance to win up to $100,000 and 12 months of technical assistance. Applications are accepted now through Aug. 28.



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