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Experimental Television Center (ETC)
109 Lower Fairfax Road
Newark Valley, NY 13811
(607) 687-4341
www.experimentaltvcenter.org

The Center administers NYSCA regrant funds through the Finishing Fund, a source of completion funding for independent media arts productions. The maximum award is $1,500. ETC also offers a residency program for electronic media artists.


Go Tour
www.gotour.org

A service of the Field, "Go Tour" is a web-based resource giving independent artists the tools and contacts to take their work on the road.


Independent Feature Project (IFPNY)
www.ifp.org

Funding for distribution of recently completed work is administered by the Independent Feature Project (IFP) in New York City. Support is available for professional independent media artists residing in New York State only. Film, video, sound art, and new media works are eligible for grants up to $5,000 annually. Contact IFPNY for more information.


Lanesboro Residency Program
contact: 507-467-2446 / info@lanesboroarts.org Residency application postmark deadline: June 30
www.lanesboroarts.org

The Lanesboro Residency Program provides an opportunity for emerging artists to create new work and explore new ideas while engaging with the community through their artwork. The program offers a stipend ($2500 for a four-week residency or $1250 for a two-week residency), live/work space, project facilitation, and time and space to focus solely on art in the small picturesque town of Lanesboro, Minnesota.

Four to six artists are selected for residencies each year. The program is funded by the Jerome Foundation, supporting emerging artists of Minnesota and NYC to create new work in community-based residencies. Postmark deadline is June 30. To apply, interested artists will submit 5-8 work samples, a one-page description of the proposed project, resume, artist statement, two letters of recommendation, and names of two references. Application forms can be downloaded from the Cornucopia Art Center website: www.lanesboroarts.org (click on Residencies).


Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation
201 North Charles Street, Suite 401
Baltimore, MD, 21201
(410) 539-6656
www.midatlanticarts.org

The Foundation is a regional organization of state agencies which offer programs that encourages exchanges and the sharing of resources within the region. Provides support through grants, technical assistance, and information to artists and arts organizations.


New York Foundation for the Arts
155 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10013-1507
(212) 366-6900
www.NYFA.org

NYFA serves artists with funding, information, advocacy, and fiscal sponsorship needs. NYFA Source, an on-line guide, is the most extensive national database of awards, services, and publications for artists of all disciplines.

With major funding from NYSCA, NYFA's Artist Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis in sixteen disciplines or practices to artists in NYS. The $7000 fellowships in each discipline are available in alternate years.


Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
1 East 53rd Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10022-4201
www.vlany.org

Provides free and low-cost legal assistance for artists and arts organizations state-wide. Researches and compiles data on legal issues affecting the arts community.


Note for visual artists

A network of organizations provide artist workspaces with stipends and technical support in a number of disciplines. These can be viewed at www.nysawc.org.

Arts Discipline -
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Architecture + Design
Arts Education
Dance
Electronic Media & Film
Folk Arts
Individual Artists
Literature
Museum
Music
Presenting
Special Arts Services
State & Local Partnership
Theatre
Visual Arts
  2004 New York State Council on the Arts.