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GRANTS

Grants

Some 80 grants, usually covering participation fees only, are available for participation in one of the classes at the Summer Academy. Additional subsidies for travel and living costs are offered by others.

Closing date for all grant applications is 3 April 2019.

Further details and contacts at www.summeracademy.at/grants

Applications 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.

Grants from the Society of Friends of the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts

Grants covering participating fees only

Applications should contain the following:

  • Application form for a grant
  • Brief informative curriculum vitae
  • Statement on the reason for applying and what you expect from participation in a course at the Summer Academy
  • Portfolio, approximately 10 photographs of your work (for the courses in curatorial theory and praxis, writing and blogging, a portfolio is not necessary)

 

BKA Eastern Europe Grants

Grants covering participating fees, travel costs up to € 200.– and living costs of € 150.– per week.

Co-financed through funding from the Austrian Federal Chancellery – Division II Arts and Culture, the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts awards BKA Eastern Europe grants to art students from the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine.

Applications should contain the following:

  • Application form for a grant
  • Brief informative curriculum vitae
  • Statement on the reason for applying and what you expect from participation in a course at the Summer Academy
  • Portfolio, approximately 10 photographs of your work (for the courses in curatorial theory and praxis, writing and blogging, a portfolio is not necessary)

Further Grant opportunities, which cover the participation fees and travel and living costs. Please apply to the relevant awarding body.

The American Austrian Foundation (AAF/Seebacher Prize for Fine Arts) Grants apply exclusively to art students from the USA. Please see here how to apply and send your applications by E-Mail.

The ERSTE Foundation offers fellowships for emerging curators and artists from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and the Slovak Republic. Applications to:
www.tranzit.org


The Free State of Bavaria offers grants for students at the art academies of Munich and Nuremberg. Applications to:
Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Bildung und Kultus, Wissenschaft und Kunst, Salvatorstraße 2, 80327 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.
www.kunstakademie-muenster.de


The Society of Friends of the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts awards a grant to a student at the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts.
www.hgb-leipzig.de/freundeskreis

 

KSA (Kingston School of Art), Kingston University, London, one of the UK’s leading Fine Art Schools, offers two grants for students of the BA (Hons) Fine Art course in their second year. Information/Application: Mark Harris, Associate Professor Fine Art, m.harris@kingston.ac.uk


The Province of Vorarlberg awards grants to talented artists and art students born in Vorarlberg. Information/application: Frau Elisabeth Mahmoud, elisabeth.mahmoud@vorarlberg.at, Amt der Vorarlberger Landesregierung, Kulturabteilung.

The Province of Burgenland awards grants to talented artists and art students born in Burgenland. Information/application: Frau Marion Nasztl: marion.nasztl@bgld.gv.at Referat Kultur, Land Burgenland.

 

Please note:

In case of cancellation at short notice or premature departure, if no substitute is available, a cancellation fee of € 200.– will be charged.

 

The Society of Friends thanks: 

All members, supporter and sponsor of the Society of Friends of the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts

The culture fund of the Provincial Capital of Salzburg

The culture department of the Province of Salzburg awards grants to talented students 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.

And the following special grants:

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. It is not possible to apply specifically for this grant; applications take place through the process described in section 1.