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Astraea Visual Arts Fund

Deadline: Monday 3/2/09 @ 6pmEST

(deadline is for receipt of applications at the Astraea Office)

Recognizes the work of contemporary lesbian visual artists within the U.S. , in the following categories: sculpture, painting in any medium, print, drawing, work on paper, and mixed media. This fund does not include film/video, or photography submissions. Each year, three awards are made in the amount of $2,500 each.

Guidelines and application forms are available online at: http://www.astraeafoundation.org/grants/grant-applications-and-deadlines/#visual_arts. Go to the link to request the guidelines and application for the Astraea Visual Arts Fund. You will fill out a short form, and then you will be able to download an application in .pdf format with your required unique ID#.

For more information, or a copy of guidelines and application for the above grants, please contact us at: 212-529-8021, ext. 22 or via email at: grants@astraeafoundation.org.  

Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice works for social, racial and economic justice in the U.S. and internationally. Our grantmaking and philanthropic advocacy programs help lesbians and allied communities challenge oppression and claim their human rights


Call for Submissions!

The curator of "We Asian Sex Workers" is looking for writers- both sex workers and non sex workers- of Asian descent to submit pieces for an upcoming anthology edited by Gennifer M. Hirano.

Click here for more information!



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