A list of international artist resources, including
residency programs, exhibition directories, fellowships
and grants, and organizations offering support services.
WEBSITES ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
|Title: CARFAC Minimum Fee Schedule
Description: A bilingual official exhibition fee schedule calculator
outlining the amounts of money that visual artists in Canada
receive for exhibiting in nonprofit galleries.
Description: A visual source of information of galleries in some European
and American cities. See the section “Galleries & Exhibitions” on the menu.
URL: https://www.galleriesnow.net/exhibitions/europe Title: German Galleries
Description: Provides contact information for art galleries
|Title: International Directory of Sculpture Parks
Description: An annotated list of sculpture parks throughout the
world, with addresses, descriptions, and links. Compiled by sculptor
Benbow Bullock, who has visited or worked in many of the parks.
|Title: Ontario Association of Art Galleries Directory
Description: Describes art galleries in Ontario with contact information.
| Title: Re-Title.com
Description: An information resource for contemporary art.
Provides directory services for locating internationally focused galleries
located in North America, South America, Central America, Europe,
Eastern Europe, Middle East, Australasia, Africa, and Asia.
|Title: Taking Artwork Over the Border
Description: Tips and pointers for Canadian artists.
ORGANIZATIONS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
|The American Scandinavian Foundation
Description: Awards fellowships and grants to professionals and scholars,
including those in the creative and performing arts, born in the
United States or Scandinavian countries.
|The Art in Embassies Program (AIE)
Description: Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State operates in
six regions: Africa, the Near East, Europe and Eurasia, Western Hemisphere,
East Asia and the Pacific, and South and Central Asia. Temporary
exhibitions are curated for US Ambassadors’ residences and permanent
collections for new US embassies within each region. The exhibitions and
collections include original artwork by US and host country artists. Art
in Embassies covers the cost of crating, shipping, installation and insurance
for both exhibitions and collections. To be considered for the program,
artists are invited to submit examples of artwork to an online registry.
|Artworks for Change
Description: Creates contemporary art exhibitions around the world
to address critical social and environmental issues. Works with
artists at all career levels.
Description: A nonprofit organization for artists, curators,
art managers and art spaces in Berlin. Provides an information
exchange with information regarding exhibition opportunities
and events in Berlin.
|The Canada Council for the Arts
Description: Offers grants to individual Canadian artists and arts
Description: Supports and produces programs that encourage the
exchange of visual and performing artists and cultural managers
in the United States and 37 countries overseas.
International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP)
Description: Provides career development opportunities for a
select community of international artists. Participating artists
are sponsored by governments, corporations, foundations,
galleries and individuals for periods from two months to two years.
Description: An association of more than 550 centers, organizations,
and individuals in over 70 countries. Members are dedicated to
offering artists, curators, and all manner of creative people the essential
time and place away from the pressures of every-day life, an experience
framed within a unique geographic and cultural context.
Visiting Arts, Institute of Contemporary Art
Description: Provides information and advice, and opportunities
for artists to make new connections and provide training for
established and emerging cultural professionals. Sponsors the
platform World Cultures Connect, a digital hub for international
arts and cultural professionals.