To consider yourself an artist, you must create some form of art. Whether you’re using oil paints to create the next masterpiece landscape or natural materials to make Ephemeral art, the materials can cost the artist money.

If your artwork does require cashflow to produce you may not know where to look to gain the resources necessary to create your next piece.

Well, look no further. 

Websites You Can Apply for Grant for Public Art

If you’re in Los Angeles, CA., The Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs Public Art Division (DCA) and City Council have set aside $340,000 in Arts Development Fees to provide relief to L.A. artists. 


The National Endowment for the Arts is the only arts funder in America—public or private—that provides access to the arts in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories.


The California Arts Council is an agency with a mission of strengthening culture, the arts and promote creative expression to cultivate a better California lifestyle. 


Check out Funds Net Services which links artists to the latest arts and culture grants and fundraisers. Funds Net Services website hosts several grant-giving organizations around the US all in one place. 

You can find organizations like American Theatre Wing, Allen Foundation for the Arts, and the CUE Art Foundation along with several others to apply too


Good luck and Amanda Elizabeth Mosaics will be looking forward to seeing your artwork soon.