CARE reviews grant applications twice each year, and funds graduate research and artistic projects that support our collective work and organizational mission. Project grants of $500 to $2,500 will be issued to artists, students, and organizations whose work reflects the interface of religion and the arts, in support of projects that address a wide community audience.
Application forms may be downloaded from this site, and must be completed in their entirety. Supporting materials are encouraged, and will be considered in the context of each application.
Fall 2013 semester entries should be submitted prior to September 6, 2013.
Spring 2014 semester entries should be submitted prior to March 7, 2014.
Download the Grant Application Form (PDF)
Past recipients include:
China Galland - http://www.chinagalland.com/
Carla DeSola - http://www.geocities.com/athens/ithaca/3186/omegawest.html
Youth Spirit Artworks - http://www.youthspiritartworks.org/
The CARE Writing Prize
CARE offers a writing prize for any student enrolled at the GTU who, in the course of their regular class assignments, writes a paper addressing content of the current exhibition in the Doug Adams Gallery at the Badè Museum. The paper may also address related themes and artifacts from the Badè biblical archaeology collection. The winning essay will receive a cash prize of $250, and the writer will deliver the paper as a public lecture in the gallery as exhibition-related programming.
One prize will be offered each semester. Word Count: 1200-1500 words.
Fall 2013 semester entries should be submitted prior to November 8, 2013.
Entries should have the writer's name on each page, and the word count at the upper right-hand corner of the first page. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Rob Peach, GTU doctoral student in Interdisciplinary Studies | Etching the Blues: The Sunday Spirit of Benny Andrews Blues Player (PDF)
Jeremy Arnold,a Gratuate Theological Union student pursuing a Masters of Arts degree in Art & Religion | "Take Heed You Who Have Eyes" (pdf)
Jon Sommers, doctoral student, Center for Jewish Studies, GTU | Stewardship and the Prophetic Voice of the Artist (PDF)