Grants provide the freedom to explore one's ideas
and realize dreams that might not otherwise be obtainable. 

– Jan Bell

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ARTIST IN RESIDENCE/JAN BELL PHOTOGRAPHY GRANT

2022 is the inaugural year of this grant. The Lake Superior Provincial Park Artist in Residence Program is administered by the Friends of Lake Superior Provincial Park (Canada).

Establishing a grant has been a goal since I was diagnosed with cancer in 2017. I view it as a means to help other photographers, just as the Michael Reichman grant benefited me. Several photographs that were captured at Lake Superior Provincial Park formed the basis for my submission to the Reichman grant, so it seems fitting that this grant will offer the recipient the opportunity to photograph in the same beautiful location.  

This grant provides $1500 to be used in whatever manner the recipient deems most beneficial. Photography must be captured within the boundaries of the park, located on the northeastern shore of Lake Superior. It is approximately 77 miles long and comprises nearly 400,000 acres (660 square miles). Smooth undulating rock is juxtaposed with steep rugged cliffs in some places. Rivers race toward the lake with cascading rapids along the way. Traces of ancient volcanic activity can be seen throughout the park. The patterns that were formed by molten lava make for interesting abstract patterns in the rock that flows into the clear waters of Superior.

To learn more about this Artist in Residence (AiR) program, visit the Friends of Lake Superior Provincial Park website and click on "Projects." They handle applications and the disbursement of funds. 

https://www.friendsoflsp.org

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Sections

ANNUAL GRANT

Grants provide the freedom to explore one's ideas
and realize dreams that might not otherwise be obtainable. 

– Jan Bell

AiR_GRANT.jpg


ARTIST IN RESIDENCE/JAN BELL PHOTOGRAPHY GRANT

2022 is the inaugural year of this grant. The Lake Superior Provincial Park Artist in Residence Program is administered by the Friends of Lake Superior Provincial Park (Canada).

Establishing a grant has been a goal since I was diagnosed with cancer in 2017. I view it as a means to help other photographers, just as the Michael Reichman grant benefited me. Several photographs that were captured at Lake Superior Provincial Park formed the basis for my submission to the Reichman grant, so it seems fitting that this grant will offer the recipient the opportunity to photograph in the same beautiful location.  

This grant provides $1500 to be used in whatever manner the recipient deems most beneficial. Photography must be captured within the boundaries of the park, located on the northeastern shore of Lake Superior. It is approximately 77 miles long and comprises nearly 400,000 acres (660 square miles). Smooth undulating rock is juxtaposed with steep rugged cliffs in some places. Rivers race toward the lake with cascading rapids along the way. Traces of ancient volcanic activity can be seen throughout the park. The patterns that were formed by molten lava make for interesting abstract patterns in the rock that flows into the clear waters of Superior.

To learn more about this Artist in Residence (AiR) program, visit the Friends of Lake Superior Provincial Park website and click on "Projects." They handle applications and the disbursement of funds. 

https://www.friendsoflsp.org

Friends_Logo.png

 

Sections