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January 8, 2018

Artist Professional Development Grant Awards January 2018

Great Meadows Foundation is pleased to announce the award of 17 grants to artists in the Kentucky region through the fifth round of the Artist Professional Development Grants program. Supporting artists from across the state, the grants will enable  recipients to travel to visit major conferences, exhibitions, and visual art festivals, and to connect with professionals in the field whose expertise can help them develop their practice. Grantee artists in this cycle are: Jarrod Becker, […]
December 29, 2017

Inaugural Critic-in-Residence Program

Louisville, December 29, 2017 Great Meadows Foundation is pleased to announce the inauguration of its new Critic-in-Residence program and the selection of New York based curator Dan Cameron as the first Critic-in-Residence from February 1 until March 31, 2018. The Critic-in-Residence program will bring a noted contemporary art curator/critic to Kentucky once a year for a two month period. Contracted to visit artists in their studios and pay critical attention to the art scene in […]
May 2, 2017

Great Meadows Foundation Artist Professional Development Grants

Louisville, May 3, 2017 PRESS RELEASE Great Meadows Foundation Artist Professional Development Grants Great Meadows Foundation is pleased to announce the award of 19 grants to artists in the Kentucky region through the third round of the Artist Professional Development Grants program. Supporting artists from across the state, the grants will enable recipients to travel to visit major exhibitions, conferences, and residencies, and to connect with professionals in the field whose expertise can help them […]
March 16, 2017

Great Meadows Foundation announces first Curator Travel Grants awards

Great Meadows Foundation is pleased to announce its first Curator Travel Grants awards to independent curators Sara Soltau and Aaron Rosenblum; Joey Yates, Curator at KMAC in Louisville;  and Daniel Pfaltzgraf, Curator at The Carnegie Center for Art & History in New Albany, Indiana. The grants will support professional contemporary art curators to travel to important conferences and exhibitions, to gather new knowledge and skills, build partnerships, and promote the interests of art in Kentucky […]