The IAS and Agency are partnering on a 2022-23 grants program and are excited to invite you to apply. For a quarter of a century, the IAS has funded creative work that furthers anarchist ideas and makes them accessible to a broad audience. This year, Agency has joined forces with the IAS to boost grant funding specifically for multimedia-focused projects such as podcast, video production, and livestreams.
Grants for Radical Writers, Artists, and Practitioners | Call for proposals
For a quarter of a century, the Institute for Anarchist Studies has funded creative intellectual work that furthers anarchist ideas and makes them accessible to a broad audience.
This grant cycle is dedicated to sponsoring projects in multiple forms:
- Written works, including for a K-12 audience
- Multimedia productions
- Artwork and posters
- Innovative trainings or workshops
— that take an intersectional anarchist approach and help us to generate hope for this moment with an emphasis on:
- Embodied oppressions
- Practices and cultures of care as forms of resistance
- Successes and wins: examples (past and present) of what we do well and what gives you the hope to keep going
— especially by creators who are:
- QT and TNG folks
- poor folks
- people working outside of academia
We would like to award several grants in the $500-$2,000 range, prioritizing smaller proposals so that we can fund multiple projects.
Multimedia grants are co-funded by Anarchist Agency. Examples of multimedia projects we’d like to see include, but are not limited to, content similar to the following projects:
- It Did Happen Here Podcast
- “We’re All We’ve Got, We’re All We Need: A Mutual Aid Explainer” | by Dean Spade & Ciro Carrillo (featured on the Mutual Aid Disaster Relief YouTube page)
- “What is the State?” | AK Press/Agency
Submissions open October 31st, 2022 and will close February 28th, 2023. Applicants will be notified of decisions on or before June 30, 2023.
- Before you apply please read everything on our Grants FAQ page, including the linked pages: Handout on How to Apply for an IAS Grant, and, the Google Slideshow on How To Apply for a Grant from the IAS.
- To apply, compete the application here!
For complete information visit our Grants FAQ page. Questions? Contact us at email@example.com.