eBook National Resource Guide for the Placement of Artists: Databank for Artists Seeking Job Opportunities, Resources and Funding Sources in Any Arts download
by National Network for Artist Placement
Author: National Network for Artist Placement
Publisher: Natl Network for Artist Placement; Revised edition (January 1, 1992)
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Los Angeles, CA : National Network for Artist Placement (NNAP). An annotated guide to organizations and publicataions essential to artists, including a comprehensive introduction to over 700 arts organizations in the .
Los Angeles, CA : National Network for Artist Placement (NNAP). inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. and abroad lending support to artists; concise descriptions of over 1000 trade publications essential to practitioners of every art form. Includes bibliographical references (pages 121-207). I. Organizations listings - II. Publications listings - Appendix A. Publishers and distributors - Appendix B. Job resources - Appendix C. Useful indexes.
An annotated guide to organizations and publications essential to artists. Where to seek job opportunities and funding sources for your work. The databank for artists seeking job opportunities, resources, funding sources in any arts discipline. A comprehensive introduction to over 700 arts organizations in the United States and Abroad lending support to artists. Concise de An annotated guide to organizations and publications essential to artists.
The National Resource Guide for the Placement of Artists : An Annotated Guide to Organizations and Publications Essential to Artists. by Cheryl Slean and National Network for Artist Placement.
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Resource Guide Artist As Entrepreneur This resource guide provides a list of insights into the various economic development, community development and business support programs among several federal agencies, including the . Commerce Department, Small Business Administration and . Housing & Urban Development Department. Americans for the Arts has a list of Public Art Funding Resources (documents, reports, and contract templates) that will help you begin a public art project with the appropriate funding in place.
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The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) is an independent agency of the United States federal government that offers support and funding for projects exhibiting artistic excellence. It was created by an act of the . Congress in 1965 as an independent agency of the federal government. The NEA has its offices in Washington, . It was awarded Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre in 1995, as well as the Special Tony Award in 2016.
Mobility funding opportunities open to Greek nationals and residents in. .3 International sources of funding - The abovementioned guide (page 1.
Mobility funding opportunities open to Greek nationals and residents in most artistic and cultural disciplines Outgoing mobility (OM); - Mobility funding opportunities open to nationals from other countries than Greece in most artistic and cultural disciplines Incoming mobility (IM) The guide lists national and local resources, be they public or private.
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