Foundation / Corporation
Korea Arts Foundation of America (KAFA)
04/10/20 - Postmarked and emailed
Award of $15,000 to a USA and territories individual artist of Korean descent to recognize excellence and promote advancement in the visual arts. The purpose of this award program is to further artistic achievement and endorse outstanding Korean-American artists. The awardee will exhibit artwork in a preselected cultural center in Los Angeles.
The purpose of the KAFA Award for the Visual Arts is to facilitate the capability for realizing creative endeavors, enhance, encourage and nurture artistic accomplishments, and acknowledge the presence of outstanding Korean-American artists. The awardee’s artwork will be exhibited at the Korean Cultural Center in the Los Angeles area.
The award is made to support the development of an artist’s work. Grantees may use their award funds in any way which supports their artistic practice.
GrantWatch ID#: 167754
KAFA selects one artist biennially.
The $15,000 award is distributed in two installments of $7,500. (The first sum is awarded upon selection, and the remaining awarded at the artist’s exhibition which is to occur within one year of selection.)
KAFA will pay a maximum of $700 for a printed invitation announcing the artist’s exhibition.
Artist must prepare the checklist and will receive 100% of sales. As a courtesy, artist must agree to extend a 20% discount on the sale of artworks to KAFA board members.
Artwork submitted with the application must have been produced within the past five years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Please mail by post the application, application fee, and all supporting documents to:
Korea Arts Foundation of America
941 S. Vermont Ave, Ste 101 #9
Los Angeles, CA 90006
Please email the following to KAFA firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject line: [last name]_[first name]_2020_SUBMISSION
+1 323 692 2005
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