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Thursday, August 8, 2013

Dedalus Foundation Institutional Grants (Art History and Fine Arts)

In conjunction with its various programs, the Dedalus Foundation supports and partners with nonprofit institutions that share its mission of fostering public understanding of modern art and modernism in the arts.

Awards are made twice annually, in the spring and the fall. The deadline for spring applications is March 15, and the deadline for fall applications is October 15. Grants rarely exceed $25,000, with the majority being between $10,000 and $15,000.
The Foundation welcomes proposals for support and partnership from museums, educational institutions, and other nonprofit arts organizations. Such proposals should be made within the context of one of the following four Programs:
Arts Education Program
Supports symposiums and lectures; K-12 programs; community-based programs; residencies; fellowship programs; educational programs at museums, art schools, colleges, and universities.
Research and Publication Program
Supports scholarly research on modern art and modernism; exhibition catalogues; the publication of scholarly books and periodicals.
Archives and Conservation Program
Supports projects focused on the science and practice of the conservation and restoration of works of art, and the processing, description, cataloging, and preservation of archival materials, as well as oral history programs.
Curatorial Program
Supports exhibitions of modern and contemporary art; and programs in curatorial studies.
The Dedalus Foundation does not support capital campaigns, general operating expenses, or the commissioning of works of art.
Inquiries should be sent to the Grants Manager atgrants@dedalusfoundation.org.

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