Dear Grant Applicant,
Capelli d’Angeli Foundation is offering fellowship grants of up to $500 each for individual women artists who are in treatment or are survivors of cancer at any stage and creating art in the form of painting, sculpture, photography (of all types), and mixed media. At present we cannot accept video art, other non-three-dimensional art, or writing.
Grants are awarded on a rolling basis and the number of grants given is determined by the funds available. Grant recipients and award amounts will be determined by a review panel on the basis of accomplishment to date and the promise of future achievement as shown by the images presented.
In addition, each applicant will be required to complete a one to two page essay explaining how her art has helped her deal with her cancer.
There are no restrictions on the subject matter or processes of past or projected work. However, applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. We do not accept applications sent from outside the United States currently. Also ineligible are students who will be enrolled in degree programs at any time during the applicable calendar year. Past grant recipients may reapply after three years.
We thank you for your consideration and we look forward to seeing your artwork, essay and application soon!
-Capelli d'Angeli Foundation
A flash-drive (or CD) containing 10 recent images at a minimum of 200 DPI 5x7 identified by: name_# 1 through 10, along with a list corresponding to each number with title, etc. as described in the Grant Application Guidelines
A 1-2 page résumé/career summary
A 1-2 page essay describing “How My Art Helped Me Deal With My Cancer”
*Resumes and essays may be submitted along with artwork on the flash-drive (or CD).
For more detailed information about what is required, please download the Capelli Grant Guidelines here.