Arts & Humanities Bainbridge is revitalizing its historical Individual Artist Grant program. In years past, AHB (then known as the Bainbridge Island Arts & Humanities Council) supported local artistic professionals through the award of small grants. The new Individual Artist Grant likewise supports artists that live or practice on Bainbridge Island and enables them to pursue a practice that contributes to the cultural life of the community.

The purpose of the Individual Artist Grant is to support the creation of new work by eligible artistic professionals.

In 2019, visual artists who live on Bainbridge Island or have a permanent studio on Bainbridge Island are eligible to apply. AHB is especially interested in supporting new work that will positively impact our community. Grants of up to $1,000 may be awarded.

The submission period for the 2020 Individual Artist Grant will be open this summer. Recipients of the grant will be announced in mid-September 2020.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Individual Artist Grants!
Left to right:
Steve Stolee; Videographer/Photographer
Anna Teiche; Painter/Fiber Artist
            –Kenna Moser; Painter
  Wendy Orville; Monotype Printer
Joel Sackett; B.I. Historical Photographer