Pew fellowship in the arts


Established by The Pew Charitable Trusts in 1991, it is an award money grant of $60,000 to visual and literary artists. The goal is to provide artists financial help at a time critical to their careers to be able to focus completely on their art. An underlying motive of the Trust is that cultural development in America is critical to the strength of the country. Each year up to twelve grants are provided. Visual artists receiving Pew grants include Emily Brown and Peter d'Agostino. Source: (LPD)