The Ellis-Beauregard Foundation provides resources for artists, engages with community and promotes the legacy of the founding artists, Joan Beauregard and John David Ellis.
The vision of the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation is to encourage, expand and sustain the courageous and imaginative dialogue that is fundamental to the arts. The Ellis-Beauregard Foundation celebrates the value of art to transcend cultures and engage with diverse communities. Through its programs, the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation supports the exploration of the common ground that art occupies, the way it engages people, and its ability to reveal our shared human experience.
Millay House Rockland, in partnership with the Ellis Beauregard Foundation, offers two, one-month, juried residencies for writers of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, screenplays, or expository journalism. Millay House Rockland also offers month-long rental opportunities for writers.
Applicants for the juried Writer-in-Residence program must be U. S. citizens, 18 years old or older, and not currently enrolled in an educational program. Applicants must submit their resume and examples of their work: 25 pages of a novel, play, or non-fiction writing, published or in process. Poets must submit no more than ten pages of poetry. Works may be previously published or in process. Applicants must also submit a short statement about the project they plan to work on and why they want this residency.
The Project Grant award is open to Maine Artists only, 18 years or over who are not enrolled as a student. Artist teams are welcome to apply.
The Ellis-Beauregard Foundation announces project grants for Maine artists working in all genres.The Ellis-Beauregard Foundation offers five $10,000.00 grants for projects completed within the grant year 2025. We are interested in supporting bold, compelling, risk taking work in and outside of the standard exhibition venue.Successful projects value unconventional approaches to art making, critical dialogue, collaboration and new models of community interface. Applications may address a distinct chapter, aspect or component of a larger project.
Interventions, site specific installations, publications, curatorial projects, web or media based work is all welcome. Community engagement and collaboration in and outside the arts is encouraged
A narrative, 10 work samples, resume, and budget are required. Failure submit a final report will result in ineligibility for any further grants. recipients must credit the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation in all public communication. Grant dollars will be delivered by December 2024 for the grant year 2025. Grant monies are taxable. We very excited to hear about your projects and encourage you to apply. Please submit your application through submittable.com
Rui Mateus Amaral, Senior Adjunct Curator, MOCA Toronto, and Independent Curator
Sarah Montross, Art & Exhibitions, Chief Curator, DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum/The Trustees.
Applicants will need to submit a narrative proposing their project, how they will bring it to the public and approximate assignation of funds. Additionally we require ten work samples and a resume. Applications will open June 1, 2024 and close August 1, 2024