Unrestricted Funds is seeking a remote grant writing intern starting at $25/hr.
Applicants should have an interest in learning how to write grants for artists and organizations and be available for project based remote work.
Trans, queer, and BIPOC applicants are highly encouraged to apply.
No experience is necessary
Wants to learn how to write grants
Enthusiasm/interest in writing
Available for project based work
Has a knack for detail
Available to use google docs/drive
Has access to a computer/internet
Responsive to time sensitive requests
Email firstname.lastname@example.org outlining your interest.
Position open until filled, and will be taking applications until November 1, 2022.
Development & Grant Writing
Ambrose Trataris is a queer non-binary artist, curator, and art worker who facilitates creative visions for artistic inquiries, public programs, community projects and archive/research based work through the development of institutional partnerships, grant writing, donor relations and fundraising, and business consultation. Their working style is collaborative and inclusive, focusing on building multiple access points through technology for audiences to increase accessibility and engagement.
Trataris has recently worked with artists and collectives Jefferson Pinder, Postcommodity, and Ed Hardy in exhibition and programmatic capacities. They have successfully cultivated and managed institutional partnerships with a focus on exhibition making, community engagement, and expanding audiences with institutions such as the de Young Museum, City Lights, Aggregate Space Gallery, KADIST, SFMOMA, Fort Mason Center for the Arts and Culture, Heavy Breathing, and MoAD. Trataris co-founded AH* (Art Handlxrs*) and R/SF projects (2016-2019) and works as the Development Director at CounterPulse.
Mentorship & Project Development
Imogen-Blue Hinojosa (1992,USA) is a contemporary American artist known for her performance, video, and photography work who lives and works between the US and the UK. Hinojosa’s practice places us in an alternate world where we slip between autobiography and fiction. Working across the still and moving image, her work explores intimacy, trauma, and “the stage” as a site of the suspension of disbelief.
Imogen-Blue holds a BFA in photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art and an MFA from the University of Goldsmiths London. Upcoming Exhibitions: Prologue:Invocation, The Kreeger Museum Washington D.C, USA 2021 Selected exhibitions include: Liturgia, A4 Sounds Gallery, Dublin, IE 2020, PELIGROSA,(Glitter Hole) Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, IE 2020, Pearl (You Amuse Me / I Frighten You) curated by Camille Brechignac, b.Dewitt Gallery, The Workshop London, London, UK 2019, Penny Dreadful, Seventeen Gallery, London, UK 2019.