The Concordia Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies invites applications for participation in the “Performing the Canadian Jewish Archive” project, an ongoing initiative under the aegis of the Endowed Chair in Canadian Jewish Studies at Concordia University. Applications are due by June 30, 2022.
The National Council of Traditional Arts (NCTA) sends a monthly round-up of current resources and funding opportunities for the arts sector in its Resilience, Reframing, Actions (RARRA) Newsletter.
The Public Programs Section and the Independent Folklorists’ Section invite applications for a travel stipend of $750.00, due on June 15, 2022. This award is listed on the AFS Financial Support page.
The Folk Belief and Religious Folklife Section of the American Folklore Society has extended the deadline for its Elaine J. Lawless Travel Award to July 1, 2022.
Mid Atlantic Arts announced a new grant opportunity for folk and traditional arts projects in the mid-Atlantic region. Applications open April 15, 2022 and are due June 15, 2022.
Thanks to a generous gift from the Noyes-Krippendorf Fund of the Columbus Foundation, the American Folklore Society is delighted to announce the launch of the AFS Graduate Fieldwork Grant, a 5-year program to support ethnographic fieldwork by graduate students.
The David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library is now accepting applications for their 2022-2023 research travel grants of up to $1,500. The deadline for applications is April 30, 2022.
South Arts has opened two grant opportunities to applications with deadlines in mid-May, 2022.
The William G. Pomeroy Foundation invites you to learn more about the Legends & Lore Marker Grant Program as a way to celebrate the diverse landscape of folk and traditional arts in the United States.
The Save America's Treasures grant program has been reopened, with a new deadline of March 10, 2022.