ARTIST GRANT PROGRAM


Randall E. Baren and Frank Juarez founded their very own contemporary art collection called the Randall Frank Contemporary Art Collection, which supports artists living and working in the East Coast and Midwest. This collection started in 2015 and continues to explore ways in which they can support one of our most creative assets -artists. Having successful careers has led them to give back to an area that they are passionate about. In addition to art acquisitions and sponsorship they have created an artist grant program aimed to support artists financially for residencies, exhibitions, and artist-led lectures.

Randall and Frank’s interest are in contemporary art and street art. Every time that they would get together they always would find themselves in art galleries, art museums, or inside artists’ studios. It made sense to start a new venture.

Randall and Frank are pleased to announce its newest artist grant program – the Randall Frank Contemporary Art Collection Artist Grant Program. Below are two files that can be downloaded. Submissions are due December 1, 2017.

Click here to download the artist grant submission guidelines.

Click here to download the artist grant budget.

About the Randall Frank Contemporary Art Collection (RFCAC)
The mission of the Randall Frank Contemporary Art Collection is to foster relationships that support local, regional, and national artists through acquiring art, sponsorship, and providing financial support. In addition, to produce an annual report highlighting selected works and events aimed to expose, educate and engage others to a variety of contemporary art and street art throughout the East Coast and Midwest.

Application Schedule

December 1, 2017, 11:59pm : Application deadline.

January 15, 2018: Awardees informed.


To reach us please fill out the contact form. 

Thank you. 

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