Arts Writers Grant Program

The 2022 application is now closed.

The Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant supports emerging and established writers who write about contemporary visual art. Ranging from $15,000 to $50,000 in three categories—articles, books, and short-form writing—the grants support projects addressing both general and specialized art audiences, from short reviews for magazines and newspapers to in-depth scholarly studies. The program also supports art writing that engages criticism through interdisciplinary methods and experiments with literary styles. As long as a writer meets the eligibility and publishing requirements, they can apply.

27 Jun Arts Writers “Objects may illuminate us, but infrastructures concentrate power and in so doing standardize how we fuck with the… twitter.com/...
27 Jun Arts Writers RT @creativecap: Save the Date for our ARTIST BENEFIT + BANQUET on 9/20! We’re honoring four visionaries: Lorraine O’Grady, Guadalupe Marav…
27 Jun Arts Writers RT @raquefella: Thank you, Tucson 💞🌵💞 your love is real. A beautiful afternoon with all my hard-core desert denizens who came through in 10…
27 Jun Arts Writers RT @joblaircipriano: here is something ✨good✨: @raquefella releases their beautiful new book BROWN NEON (@Coffee_House_) into the universe.…
26 Jun Arts Writers RT @artswriters: Over at @TheBrooklynRail, Aliza Shvarts speaks to artist Viva Ruiz about freedom, abortion, and their ongoing project Than…
26 Jun Arts Writers RT @angermonsoon: “My book is thicc.” @raquefella https://t.co/RTowiRWUdr
GRANTEE UPDATE

Harold Rosenberg: A Critic’s Life by Debra Bricker Balken is now available via University of Chicago Press.

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Contemporary Art and the Digitization of Everyday Life, by Janet Kraynak, is now available via University of California Press.

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The Smell of Risk: Environmental Disparities and Olfactory Aesthetics​, by Hsuan Hsu, is now available to purchase via NYU Press.

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Georgia is a collaborative blog project by Suzy Halajian, Shoghig Halajian, Anthony Carfello devoted to the critical potential of artistic practice.

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