Jewellry 2021

Art Jewelry Forum (AJF) has announced an international grant opportunity for mid-career artists. Established by San Francisco-based jewelry collector Susan Beech, the objective of this $20,000 grant is to recognize a mid-career artist who has made a substantial contribution to the field of art jewelry.
An unrestricted cash grant of $20,000 to be paid over two years ($10,000 at the signing of the contract, $5,000 twelve months after the signing, and $5,000 upon the project’s completion)
All monies must be used for the implementation of the project
The artist will be responsible for taxes and payments to subcontractors
Every six months, the artist must provide a maximum one-page update on project progress and how grant monies are being spent
The proposed project must be about jewelry, loosely defined as:
Worn on the body or enhances the body in some way
May utilize jewelry frms and/or history
May consist of any manner of materials
There must be a specific and concrete outcome to the project, and the proposed project must be completed within a two-year time frame
Deadline  : January 10, 2021
Who may enter ?
The artist must be 35–55 years of age on January 10, 2021
The artist must have an active and ongoing record of activity in the field, which may include exhibitions, shows, gallery activity, published work, and other activities
There is no entry fee to participate!
The following information must be submitted via the CaFE website: 
One-page artist biography
Two-page project proposal
One-page detailed budget
Five to 10 images that support the proposal
The following information must also be included: 
Date of birth—applicants younger than 35 years or older than 55 at time of application deadline (January 10, 2021) are not eligible
Contact information, including name, email, and phone number
Country of origin—for information purposes only
Website (if applicable)
For further information visit the official website

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