Fellowship for Visual Artists
The California Community Foundation (CCF) will not be extending the 2021 biennial Fellowship of the Visual Artists.
California Community Foundation (CCF) together with the J. Paul Getty Trust and a coalition of local artist-endowed foundations launched the Relief Fund for L.A. County Visual Artists, a collaborative effort to support the region’s visual artists who are struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Fund is administered by the Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI), a nonprofit intermediary focused on the financial well-being of those in the arts. To learn more, please visit https://www.cciarts.org/LAEmergencyRelief.htm
Please no emails or phone calls to CCF staff. All questions about the application process for the Relief Fund for L.A. County Visual Artists should be directed to CCI.
The CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists (FVA) plays an active role in supporting local visual artists in Los Angeles.
Los Angeles County is rich with creativity. We are a community where cultures converge to create a beautiful mélange of originality, diversity, synchronicity and dissonance. This energy has helped establish L.A. as a world-class art capital and a place where we proudly practice, support and value a wide array of artistic endeavors.
The Fellowship for Visual Artists is just one of many ways that the California Community Foundation supports the arts by supporting those responsible for its very creation – artists.
The Fellowship brings together artists, arts patrons, and the community, creating a mutually beneficial program that has supported working artists over the years. We invite you to get involved and celebrate an artist today.
Together, we help L.A. artists thrive.