NAN YEOMANS GRANT FOR ARTISTIC DEVELOPMENT
The Nan Yeomans Grant for Artistic Development aims to help young promising artists and/or artisans working in visual media to further their artistic growth and education. Totalling $2,500 in value and awarded annually to one individual, this grant is intended for training or focused creation. Applications are assessed by a peer jury based on the eligibility of the proposal and the artistic merit of the applicant. This grant is made possible through an endowment fund administered by the Community Foundation for Kingston & Area with the selection process administered by the Kingston Arts Council.
For more, visit the Kingston Arts Council page.
2020 Nan Yeomans Grant Recipient
Tonya will use the Nan Yeomans Grant for Artistic Development to attend a table loom class and a residency at the Icelandic Textile Centre, where she will research and create a new series of sculptural works.
Image: Tonya Corkey, Everyone will be a was, 2020
2019 Nan Yeomans Grant Recipient
The Nan Yeomans Grant supported GHY Cheung’s project in Hong Kong—a love letter in the form of several interventions that take their cue from “Friendship as a Way of Life.” This series is part of a larger exploration of intimacies formed in displacement (temporary travel, permanent migration) and relationships sustained over long distances as potential sites of queer world-making. - Kingston Arts Council
Leigh Ann Bellamy
2014 Nan Yeomans Grant Recipient
2012 Nan Yeomans Grant Recipient
2011 Nan Yeomans Grant Recipient