In our last blog post, we talked about Artwork Archive and all of the benefits they offer to artists. Even if you haven’t had the chance to check them out thoroughly, take a few minutes to look over what free offers they have.

We all need help once in a while, and Artwork Archive’s list of Grants and Opportunities is a great place to start. Why wait around for an opportunity when you can go out and find one perfect for you? This could be the next major step in your art career! Here are some of the opportunities coming up in February:

Creative Capital

This US based organization is offering up to $50,000 to bold artists and their projects. Artists will also receive career counseling and development services. This opportunity is for more experienced artists, find out more details here.

Applications are open for the entire month of February, with no application fee!

Sustainable Arts Foundation Award Program

Attention parents! If you have a child under the age of 18, this is the grant for you! The Sustainable Arts Foundation is looking for writers and artists to submit their portfolios. “We are inspired by anyone who is making creative work while raising a family,” says Caroline and Tony Grand, founders of SAF. Check it out here.

Only 20 artists will be accepted and receive a $5000 reward. This grant has a $20 application fee, and the deadline is Feb 28th.

Boynes Emerging Artist Award

The perfect grant for young artists. This worldwide organization is looking for 2D submissions, including painting, drawing, and photography. As it says in the title, emerging artists only. Prizes range from $50-$500.

This contest has an application fee of $20 AUD. The deadline to submit is Feb 1st. Don’t worry if you can’t make the February deadline, this award is offered every three months. 

February might be the shortest month of the year, but don’t let that stop you from getting to work and meeting some of these deadlines! Opportunities are always knocking so why not take advantage of some now? Don’t forget you can download the artist’s grant guide here for free!