Artis’ highly competitive Grant Programs support artists and projects that emphasize innovation, experimentation, cultural exchange, and artistic excellence. We encourage global dialogue around contemporary visual art through our two core grantmaking areas: Artist Residency Grants and Exhibition Grants. Please refer to our grant program pages below for more information on eligibility, deadlines, FAQs, and how to apply.
Artist Residency Grants
Grants support artists from Israel who have been accepted to an international residency program.
We are no longer accepting applications for 2020 Residency Grants. Applications will open again in early 2021.
Grants support solo and group exhibitions that demonstrate advanced curatorial thinking, experimentation, and include audience engagement programs.
We are no longer accepting applications through our Exhibition Grant Program. The next open call will be announced in early 2021 for projects taking place in the Fall 2021 and in 2022.
Agency for Legal Imagination: An annual program of exhibitions and events about law and art, 2018
As Much As You Want: A performative psychological experiment by Einat Amir and Yossi Hasson, 2018
Deville Cohen, ZERO, solo exhibition at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center of Portland, Portland, 2013