Outset Contemporary Art Fund Israel is inviting artists and curators to submit an application for a new body of work to be presented for the first time during 2021.
Applications in all mediums are welcome including painting, sculpture, photography, video, installation, performance, multidisciplinary. The application is open for Israeli artists, for an exhibition locally or internationally, in a public nonprofit art space, solo or group exhibition, opening between February to December 2021.
Outset Israel is inviting artists and curators to submit
Grants vary between 10,000-40,000 Shekels (including VAT)
Applications must be completed by October 15,
Please fill in the entry form and upload ONE PDF including:
Artist's Bio (limit 200 words) - Provide a brief bio highlighting career accomplishments including education, awards, residencies, exhibitions, publications, etc.
Project abstract (limit 200 words) of the planned project, including venue, curator and confirmed dates
Project description (limit 500 words)
Up to 5 images of planned project (sketches etc.)
Up to 5 images of previous works (including titles)
Overall budget including other income sources
Curator's bio (limit 200 words)
An official invitation letter from the museum/art center
The PDF should be titled by the artist's first and last name
Due to the COVID-19 situation, applications for exhibitions with tentative dates will be accepted this year.
For further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applicants will be notified of selection by November 30, 2020
Partial and or late application will not be accepted.
Outset delivers imaginative and effective ways of supporting new art – with artists, patrons and partners all equally at the heart of the process. Through collectively sourced private funding, Outset aims to meet the needs of a diverse ecosystem of the arts. Outset support spans capital campaigns, productions, art projects and education schemes to benefit public institutions and their arena of activities from the grassroots level to the world’s most renowned museums. Since 2003, Outset made a EUR 8.5m+ investment in the visual arts sector worldwide, setting a new standard for best practice in the sector. Outset has 8 chapters in England, Germany- Switzerland, India, Israel, the Netherlands, Greece, Scotland and Estonia.
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