The sculpture is an art or a unique form of art which comes with a lot of hard work and creativity. Most often, this art is neglected, and artists like sculptors are not appreciated enough for their hard work and unique talent. By taking the initiative of appreciating the excellent sculptors, National Sculpture Society is introducing a valuable program. National Sculpture Society is inviting applications for their Stanley Bleifeld Memorial Grant. The sculptors who have demonstrated outstanding ability as a sculptor and who have created a body of work inspired by nature which included works of sculpture in bas relief and the round are eligible. Candidates should be United States citizens or residents with a social security number.
The goal of the society behind this unique program is to support and appreciate the hard work of the sculptors who are very passionate about their work and are highly creative. The unique forms like these are not much appreciated, and to do their part the society has initiated their grant. The program encourages sculptors to create more such masterpieces and guided them to not give up on their passion. The program provides financial support to the deserving candidates, which can help him in his personal or professional life. No one understands the better the struggles of these talented artists then NSS, and to help them through their struggles, this grant is initiated.
National Sculpture Society (NSS) promotes excellence in sculpture that is inspired by the natural world. Programs include Sculpture Review magazine, the SculptureNews e-bulletin, scholarships, grants, exhibitions and competitions. Their Sculpture Celebration Conference features programs such as panel discussions, demonstrations, information sessions, studio tours, and awards presentations. These educational programs are just a few of the ways NSS serves as a link between the public, sculptors, educators, and collectors. In 1893, founding members including Daniel Chester French, Augustus St. Gaudens, Stanford White and J.Q.A. Ward established the society to spread the knowledge of good sculpture.
|Organization||National Sculpture Society|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Application Deadline||October 5, 2020|
Who May Be Eligible?
Get a glance at the criteria to ensure your eligibility before applying for the program:
- The sculptor who has demonstrated outstanding ability as a sculptor and who has created a body of work inspired by nature which included works of sculpture in bas relief and the round is eligible.
- Candidates should be a United States citizen or a resident with a social security number.
How to Apply
The application process of the program is very easy. All the candidates should log in with the Entry Thingy portal. If you are first time using Entry Thingy, then you should create an account using your details. And then you can begin with the application. All the needed information should be submitted through the online application form. Supporting materials mandatory for the program should be provided without any negligence. Incomplete or invalid data will not be considered for the program. The jury members will not review late applications.
The Stanley Bleifeld Memorial grant is a prize of $5000. This program encourages sculptors to follow their art and passion and provide them with considerable financial assistance to overcome difficulties in their life.
Please submit applications before October 5, 2020.