Submit an RFP or Calls-For-Art
If you have an open RFP, calls for art, or short-term project opportunity for artists, you may submit it for inclusion on this page. CultureSource members and partners are welcome to submit their RFPs free of charge—submissions will be posted within 24 hours (excluding holidays and weekends). Nonmembers can make a submission for $25—submissions will be posted when payment has cleared.
Racial Equity Fellowship
Detroit Equity Action Lab
A free, year-long leadership development program with monthly full-day sessions, convening primarily in-person and occasionally virtually. Fellows participate in high-quality skills building with other Detroit-area racial equity leaders, deepen relationships, and join a multiracial and multigenerational network dedicated to ending structural racism in Detroit. Deadline is September 29, 2023.
Journalism Fellowship for Curators
Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation
$5,000 fellowships to five curators to support ongoing research and creating accessible writing and digital exhibitions for a general audience. Deadline is October 1, 2023.
Detroit Curatorial Fellowship
Independent Curators International
The Detroit Curatorial Seminar offers a unique professional development opportunity for 6 Michigan-based BIPOC curators from November 2023 to April 2024, conceived by ICI in partnership with the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Deadline is October 15, 2023.
National Leaders of Color Fellowship
Arts Midwest and Western States Arts Federation
This Fellowship is a transformative leadership development experience to establish multicultural leadership in the creative and cultural sector. The fellowship is no-cost and conducted online. Deadline is October 16, 2023.
Jazz Masters Fellowship
National Endowment for the Arts
The NEA Jazz Masters Fellowship is the highest honor that our nation bestows upon jazz musicians. Each year since 1982, the program has elevated to its ranks a select number of living legends who have made exceptional contributions to the advancement of jazz. Deadline is October 31, 2023.
Activism, Emerging Voices, Justice Fellowships
PEN America Literary Awards, Grants, and Fellowships Program has honored many of the most outstanding voices in literature across diverse genres, including fiction, poetry, nonfiction, children’s literature, translation, and drama. PEN America confers distinct grants each year to support writers and works-in-progress in diverse genres including translation, YA writing, oral history, and writing for justice.
Google Ad Grants help nonprofits share their causes with the world, raise awareness, and recruit supporters. Qualifying nonprofits can gain access to up to $10,000 per month in search ads shown on Google.com.
Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation
In addition to grants and financial assistance, the AAACF offers numerous scholarships for first generation college students, women in computing, student athletes, and more.
Community development organization providing grants for youth empowerment, neighborhood projects, and childcare support.
Compiles a range of funding opportunities and fellowships available to dance professionals.
Institute of Museum and Library Services
Various grants, fellowships, and funding opportunities for museums of all sizes and public libraries. Various deadlines.
Microsoft 365 Grant
Microsoft’s Tech for Social Impact initiative is dedicated to providing affordable and accessible technology to help nonprofits of all sizes achieve their mission. With the Microsoft 365 grant, eligible nonprofits can get Microsoft 365 Business Premium free for up to 10 users and discounted pricing of $5.50 (USD) per user/month for additional users.
Various awards to advance the careers of women and people of color, highlight emerging artists, and recognize the leadership of exceptional trustees. Grants for opera companies to fund civic performance and repertoire development also available.
Various grants, fellowships, and funding opportunities for videography and cinematic arts. Various deadlines.
US Regional Arts Organizations
A selection of some of the national grants, opportunities, and resources provided by various Regional Arts Organizations.
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Southeast Michigan is home to numerous funding initiatives—including ones at CultureSource—that often seek people willing to review and surface insights about applications. Submit your interest form today to serve as a panelist for future CultureSource funding programs. You’ll learn more about supporting arts organizations and artists locally, funding processes, grantmaking and grant writing, and more. Honorariums are paid to panelists commensurate with time spent reviewing applications and budget constraints.