Adobe Announces a $1 Million Fund to Support Your Creative Project

Adobe Announces a $1 Million Fund to Support Your Creative Project

Adobe has announced that it has created a fund of $1 million to support artists, offering grants of up to $5,000 in order to make your project happen. Applications to the Creative Residency Community Fund are now open.

Each year, Adobe runs its Creative Residency program, offering a year of support to a small number of artists who are early in their careers. A resident receives a salary, mentorship, and other support. This year, in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Adobe has decided to do things a little differently.

Rather than supporting a handful of individuals, Adobe will be accepting applications from a huge number of creatives. As well as the lump sum of between $500 and $5,000, recipients will receive a full Creative Cloud membership and career guidance workshops. Applications can submit their own project proposals, or can opt to be considered for one of Adobe's own commissions.

Eligibility for the funds is very broad: you simply need to be a 18 or above, a creator of visual work, and speak either good English or Japanese.

For more details, check out the application details PDF, and to make your application, click here.

Will you be applying? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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Alexander Petrenko's picture

Creatives pay to creatives via Adobe. That's good.

Adobe's Net Income for year 2019 is $ 2,951,458,000

Johnny Rico's picture

Ah yes from the goodness of their monopolistic hearts, they are just buying marketing material for a pittance. "... grant license agreement which gives Adobe non-exclusive rights to use it for: Marketing... In-app... Education: in our tutorials and workshops"

Hoag Levins's picture

Anybody else think the headline on this story in willfully deceptive?

Alexander Petrenko's picture

Nothing deceptive. Just a clickbait :)

David Love's picture

Cool so I'll stop paying for a while.