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September 10, 2020 - IFPDA Foundation Announces Annual Grants and Awards for 2020
January 10, 2020 - Applications for Summer 2020 Curatorial Internship grants are now open to eligible institutions
November 26, 2019 - ARTFIXdaily - IFPDA Foundation Awards the Art Museum of West Virginia University $10,000 Richard Hamilton Acquisition Prize
August 30, 2019 - IFPDA Foundation Announces Annual Grants and Awards
August 1, 2019 - Tickets On Sale for the IFPDA Foundation Cocktail Benefit
The IFPDA Foundation provides various grants and awards throughout the year, benefiting many deserving institutions and organizations. Currently, the foundation offers Foundation Grants, the Book Award, Curatorial Internship grants, the Richard Hamilton Acquisition Prize, and the Jordan Schnitzer Award for Excellence in Printmaking.
IFPDA Foundation Grants
The Foundation provides financial support to museums and non-profit organizations for exhibitions, publications, and educational projects that promote greater awareness and understanding of printmaking as an artistic medium.
Grants are made to non-profit organizations that are certified tax-exempt under section 501(c) (3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service code. Applications from organizations outside the United States that can document not-for-profit status will also be considered.
Online submission typically opens in January each year and must be completed by April. Please download the Grants Guidelines for complete details.
2023 IFPDA Foundation Grant applications are now closed.
Association of Print Scholars, Inc.
Pressing Politics: Revolutionary Graphics from the Twentieth Century to Today
To support a public convening, developed by APS in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s exhibition "Pressing Politics: Revolutionary Graphics from Mexico and Germany", on view October 29, 2022 to April 29, 2023.
Dieu Donné Paper Mill
Webinar on Print and Paper Techniques in Artists' Books
To support the documentation of artists' books in the Dieu Donné archive and a public conversation between Abby Leigh, Susan Gosin, and Nazanin Noroozi on the intersection of printmaking and papermaking techniques in artists' books.