The Hambidge Center: Grants for Film

OVERVIEW: The Hambidge Center’s residency program supports science and scholarship, architecture and design, culinary artisans, and artists of all disciplines.

IP TAKE: Grant seekers to the residency program will have to compete with applicants from a wide variety of disciplines from throughout the world.

PROFILE: Created in 1934 by Mary Hambidge, the Hambidge Center is located on 600 acres in the mountains of North Georgia. It seeks to “offer a nurturing retreat, preserve Hambidge’s pristine natural environment, and provide public educational programming.” Hambidge supports film with a residency program.

The residency program is open to artists of all disciplines. Residencies run from two to eight weeks and the center runs three residency periods per year: mid-February through April, May through August, and September through December. Deadlines are January 15, April 15, and September 15. Apply here.


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