Some 90 grants, usually covering tuition costs only, are available for participation in one of the classes at the Summer Academy.
Additional subsidies for travel and living costs are offered by the American Austrian Foundation (AAF), ERSTE Foundation, Free State of Bavaria, and Münster Academy of Fine Arts. Applications for these grants should be made directly to the granting bodies, according to their guidelines and closing dates. The Eastern Europe grants awarded by the Summer Academy also include travel and living costs.
Applications for all other grants should be made, online only, via the Summer Academy.
The grant application also counts as the application for a class (so need not be made separately).
The closing date was 10 April 2013. No more applications will be accepted.
For applying please make a file upload. It is not necessary to apply for a special grant, applications should contain the following:
The American Austrian Foundation Inc. (The AAF Prize for Fine Arts) Grants apply exclusively to art students from the USA. Please send applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Free State of Bavaria offers grants for students at the art academies of Munich and Nuremberg. Applications to:
Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst,
80333 München, Germany.
The Münster Academy of Fine Arts offers two grants for outstandingly talented students at the Academy. Grants are awarded by a jury in the course of the annual survey.
The Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts offers Eastern Europe grants for art students from the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine. Grants include € 200.– per week for living costs. Applications to this website.
Applications for the following grants to this website. It is not necessary to state the specific awarding body.
Grants from the culture fund of the Provincial Capital of Salzburg are open to all applicants, the decisive criterion being the quality of the works submitted.
The culture department of the Province of Salzburg awards grants to talented pupils from the 7th and 8th years of secondary school or from the 3rd year onwards of vocational college, and to students of art or architecture.
The Society of Friends of the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts awards grants funded from the income from membership fees. The grants are open to all talented and needy applicants.
The Society of Friends also awards the following special grants:
The Miloslav Chlupác grant for the Stone Sculpture Symposium
This grant is dedicated to Miloslav Chlupác (1920–2008), the co-founder and long-time director of the Stone Sculpture Symposium in the Kiefer Quarry, Fürstenbrunn. It is financed by Friends of the Stone Sculpture Symposium and includes the tuition fee for the Symposium as well as on-site accommodation.
The M.E. Prigge grant is dedicated to the artist Maria Elisabeth Prigge (1948–2007), who directed the painting classes of the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts on the island of La Gomera from 1997 to 1999, as well as the 2003 and 2005 graphic arts classes in Hohensalzburg Fortress. It is intended for young talented artists to participate in a graphic arts course (engraving, drawing, etc.), and is financed by friends of the artist.
In 2013, the Boesner company for professional artists’ supplies in Bad Reichenhall, is sponsoring two grants (participation fees and vouchers for materials) annually in the fields of painting, drawing and photography.