Luce Fund In American Art
Responsive Grants &
American Art Renewal Fund
Selected Project Profiles
This category enables the Foundation to support projects that address the prevailing needs of the American art field and are crucial to its development. Successful projects include, but are not limited to, permanent collection reinstallations, digitization, and archives of American art material. For special exhibition projects, see Luce Fund in American Art.
A letter of inquiry may be submitted in hard copy (not electronically) at any time. The foundation’s directors review proposals at board meetings three times a year. Inquiry letters should be no more than two pages including the basic facts about the project, i.e., who, what, when, where, why and estimated cost. Proposals are not accepted from individuals.
For 2014, the responsive grants category will predominantly focus on digitization projects and reinstallations of American Art collections.
The American Art Renewal Fund (AARF), the Foundation's response to the economic downturn, culminated in November 2011 with the distribution of 57 grants totaling nearly $5.5 million. A full report can be found here.
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