Applicants invited to make full proposals to the 2020 Creative Work Fund are eligible to apply for a $500 Documentation Grant to document samples of the lead artist’s work. The application is due by 5 pm (PDT) on April 15, 2020.
(This application is not open to general grantseekers.)
If awarded, funds go to the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is collaborating with the artist or to the project’s fiscal sponsor if one is used. Grant funds are not paid directly to the artist. Funds must be used to create documentation to accompany a full proposal to the Creative Work Fund, due May 15, 2020.
Good uses of the Documentation Grant are to record, photograph, compile, digitize, or edit samples of the applicant artist’s work created within the last five years. Interviews about past work or pitches advocating for the Creative Work Fund project idea are inappropriate. If you receive a documentation grant, the documentation you create for your full proposal must be no longer than 10 minutes or 20 images.
- Navigate to our grantseeker portal at https://haassr.fluxx.io.
- Log in with your assigned username and password to access the application. You can recover your credentials by visiting https://haassr.fluxx.io/forgot_password.
- Find the application by clicking “Full Proposals Requested” on the left hand side, then clicking the “Arts Documentation” grant application that displays in the list on the right.
- Click Edit to complete the application, including upload of a board roster for the collaborating organization, or collaboration’s fiscal sponsor. You may save and return to your work.
- When ready, but no later than April 15, 2020, by 5 pm (PDT), click Submit.
Documentation grant applications are due no later than Wednesday, April 15, 2020. The Creative Work Fund will be in touch with you to confirm your application’s eligibility and completeness.
Frequently Asked Questions
What sort of documentation do full proposals need?
Full proposals should include samples of relevant work, no more than 20 visual images or up to 10 minutes of recorded audio or other time-based work. Preferred documentation is accessible via web links. It also can be in the form of photographic images, CDs, or DVDs. The samples may be excerpts or highlights from larger, longer work samples.
I HAVE DOCUMENTATION ALREADY, SHOULD I APPLY FOR THIS GRANT ANYWAY?
If you already have ample documentation of your work for your full proposal, please do not feel obligated to apply for this small grant.
WHAT'S NEEDED TO APPLY?
Complete the online form and upload a board list from the applying nonprofit, including board member names, titles and affiliations.
If your project is using a fiscal sponsor, the board list should come from the fiscal sponsor.
ARE THERE GRANT REPORTING REQUIREMENTS?
The documentation you create with this small grant and submit as samples with your full proposal will serve as your final report for your documentation grant.