CUE presents a new method for arts funding

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ATTENTION ARTISTS:

Is it hard writing project grants? Is it tedious to write pages about your work?

Then apply for a CUE #TwtGrnt!

1) Propose an art project in 140 characters or less (artists of all ages working in any discipline and medium are eligible)

2) Upload or link to ONE sample of your past work as support material

3) Use #TwtGrnt hashtag

4) Get it all into one message (no multiple tweets)

Winning application receives a $140 #TwtGrnt to put towards an art project. That’s a dollar per character, folks. Nothing wrong with that, eh? Only J.K. Rowling makes more.

Deadline for submissions is Friday, June 21st at 5 p.m.

Winner announced next week.

Now, go see how much depth you can squeeze into 140 characters.

Tips

- Refrain from expensive, multi-syllabic art school vernacular

- Don’t use filler like “um… well, you see... it’s, ah, it’s just kind of like…”

- Save the emoticons for Mother’s Day. This is a grant we’re talking about here. It’s serious stuff.

With Love,

Your friends forever at CUE

Meet Kiana Browne

Meet Kiana Browne, another incredible artist whom we are privileged to support.

Kiana is one of the youngest artists CUE has supported--at 16 years old she is sailing waves beyond her years. Check out this new video about Kiana and her work, and come see it live in July at CUE's group exhibition. Stayed tuned in. Always. (for details)

New video profile of 2013 CUE artists

Sweet people of the world (or at least our friends):

Check out a new video, and meet some of the 2013 CUE artists... a brilliant, and diverse group of heavy visions, and immeasurable talent.

Stay tuned for a big ol' group show this summer.
 

Deadline for Proposals is February 21st, 2013

Hustle it up, ya'll. Download the guidelines and application, and contact CUE if you need help or consultation completing the proposal. We also have hard copy applications for those who need

Make sure to read the guidelines and eligibility criteria before you begin.

Happy writing, folks...