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HK Foundation

Mission

Rising rents and cost of living are threatening New York City's creative class, including its visual artists. Many of them find it increasingly daunting to pursue their fine arts work while supporting themselves.

The Hell's Kitchen Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, awards grants to visual artists living in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood to assist them in pursuing their arts.

If you're a visual artist living in Hell's Kitchen and would like to be considered for a grant, please download the application form OR fill out the application form online.

Grants have been awarded for the 2017 cycle. Stay tuned for the deadline for submissions for the 2018 cycle.

QUESTIONS? Please e-mail us at hellskitchenfoundation@gmail.com

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Applicants must be actively engaged in creating visual art as defined in the application form and have their sole residence located within an area bounded by West 57th Street to the north, West 34th Street to the south, Twelfth Avenue to the west, and Eight Avenue to the east—an area roughly corresponding to western half of zip codes 10019, 10036, and 10018.

Please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter (@HellsKitchenFdn) to stay in touch! You can help spread the word by linking in social media to the foundation's press release.

The foundation is the community sponsor of Hell's Kitchen Flea Market and rooted in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood and New York City's art and civic-minded communities. Its sole dedicated source of funding is 25% of annual profits or a minimum annual $2,500 contribution from Hell's Kitchen Flea Market. The foundation is dedicated to keeping costs at a minimum. The foundation is entirely volunteer—no staff, no office. This allows us to dedicate nearly 100% of funds to grant awards to Hell's Kitchen's artists.

Click through to Learn about the foundation's first grant recipients.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Inge Ivchenko, Chair
Scott Isebrand, Treasurer
Robert J. Benfatto, Jr., Secretary
Ruth Lande Shuman
Kathleen Treat


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Interested in applying to the Hell's Kitchen Foundation? Click the Apply Here button below and fill out online, OR print and mail/e-mail your application back to us at hellskitchenfoundation@gmail.com


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Help us keep visual artists in Hell's Kitchen with a tax-deductible contribution! E-mail us at hellskitchenfoundation@gmail.com and we'll reply with a Donation Form and guidelines. We will e-mail you a letter for tax purposes.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Foundation announced on June 17, 2016 its first grant recipients: Jessica Maffia, Judy Negron, and James Seffens—all local visual artists who live and work in Hell’s Kitchen. The grants range in size from $500 to $3,500. The grant winners represent both up-and-coming and veteran artists in Hell’s Kitchen. Foundation Chair Inge Ivchenko noted in the press release: “These awards are a natural extension of our mission in this neighborhood to recognize and preserve the historical significance of the Hell’s Kitchen artist community. We know that living and working as an artist in New York City is increasingly difficult because of the rising cost of living and it is very moving to meet these artists and learn how dedicated they are to making their art. It is an honor to support them.” The artists will be offered exhibition space at Hell's Kitchen Flea Market to introduce neighbors and other New Yorkers to their work.


Shout out to our 2016 Hell's Kitchen Foundation grant winner Jessica Maffia, who returns to New York for her first installation in the city at the  3-Squared Gallery on W.24th Street, which will run from Jan 19th - 26th.  Lanterns for Peace is a post-election community response installation that invites public participation.