Grants for your Final Projects!

by teecher @ 2:42 am 4 February 2010

Dear Students,

Below is a prospectus for six $500 grants, which will be competitively awarded next month to students currently enrolled in any ETB (Electronic & Time-Based) Art course at CMU. The grants will be awarded for the best project proposals, for projects which will be completed by the end of the semester. This is an ideal way of funding your final project. These grants are supported by the Fine Foundation.


The Fine Foundation has generously granted the ETB area with funds to support student projects. There will be 6 production grants, in the amount of $500 each, awarded to students as completion funds for Electronic Time Based Art projects.

Proposal guidelines:
– 1 proposal (3 pages max)
– 1 budget (1 page max)
– Sufficient visuals to support your proposal.
All video must be on YouTube or Vimeo with links included in the proposal document. All visual documentation must be linked to a website or included in the 3 page proposal. No DVDs or hard copies of material will be accepted.

Proposals should be emailed to Professor Jim Duesing by 6PM on March 17, 2010. Late proposals will not be considered.

The students who receive grants will be asked to present their work at the end of the semester at a public event.

Also: In addition to these six grants, two additional. awards of $500 each will be given to completed Electronic Time Based Art work at the end of the school year. Details for how to compete for these 2 awards will be announced at a later date.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License.
(c) 2016 Special Topics in Interactive Art & Computational Design | powered by WordPress with Barecity