Open Call for New Work project grant

Prospect Art is looking for visual artists that require financial assistance to finish the production of new work. We are looking to support work by professional artists not currently enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs. The New Work program provides a $1000 mini-grant twice a year to an individual artist or artists' collective. The grant is to help fund a project that is already in progress. The winter NEW WORK grant is focused on funding a project that is in its final stages of completion. 
This program supports artists locally, nationally, and internationally. We are interested in conceptual based projects.

As a reference point, here's a list of established contemporary artists and specific works that we are interested in. Also please review our website to see projects in the ONE WORK and NEW WORK programs that we have supported in the past.

Pierre Huyghe – The Third Memory, Sophie Calle - Here Lie the Secrets of the Visitors of Green-Wood Cemetery, John Gerrard – Western Flag NFT, Gary Simmons – Fade to Black, Boyle Family – World Series, Shirin Neshat – Turbulent, Ragnar Kjartansson – The Visitors, Bunny Rogers – Sister Unn's, Adrian Villar Rojas – Pedazos De Las Personas Que Amamos, Cao Fei – RMB City, Bas Jan Ader – In Search of the Miraculous, Hito Steyerl – Factory of the Sun, Arthur Jafa – Love is the Message, The Message is Death, Samson Young – Muted Situations #22, Vajiko Chachkhiani – Living Dog Among Lions, Roberto Cuoghi – Imitation of Christ, Lisa Reihana – In Pursuit of Venus (infected), Kader Attia – Narrative Vibrations, Michel Blazy – We Were The Robots, Pauline Boudry & Renate Lorenz – Moving Backwards, Candice Lin & Patrick Staff – Hormonal Fog, Christina Agapakis, Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, and Sissel Tolaas – Resurrecting the Sublime, Charles Gaines – Manifestos.

If you are unfamiliar and/or do not connect to the artists' list above, you are probably not a good fit for this program.