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Artist Grants

Are you looking for money? for school? for your art?

Being an artist is tough no matter what the economy may or may not be. It’s just generally hard work, and some people don’t see that. They think we are all laid back hippies who don’t have a care in the world when in all truth we have the same worries and fears as other kids looking for work, and money to spend on college.

We spend years broadening our horizons working our fingers to the bones painting, and drawing those wonderful things you see around your home, and in stores. It’s hard work, and with some research we’ve found some helpful art inspired grants to help pay for projects and school in this time and age.

Now it’s important to remember that with any type of scholarship or grant their are deadlines but they repeat every year. Only in certain occasions do they only last a certain amount of time and then expire forever, never to be heard of again.

There are only two things to remember when apply, and that is to 1) Apply, and 2) Deadlines.

When researching your grants/scholarships check the deadline first, and then place them in order of expiration so that you can recall them accordingly. After that all you need to do is apply.

 Clicking on the links will take you straight to websites with applications to apply for funding.

Now just apply and you’re one step closer to funding your dreams!

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I'm a Connecticut Based Freelance Artist, who dabbles in Digital Media with a strong suit in Traditional Pen and Ink stylized drawings. You can find more of my work on http://augustyne.daportfolio.com

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