We empower Afrodescendant artists to achieve their highest potential.
Global focus, local impact.
2022 Year-End Results
January 14, 2023
Learn how we supported artists in 2022. The Foundation remains committed to empowering Afrodescendant artists in years to come. Enjoy reading the highlights. Let us know how we are doing or, if you think we can do more, send us a note.
Thank you for your continued support of Afrodescendant artists.
– Darryl Chappell Foundation
The Foundation provides a full-year grant supporting an artist Apprenticeship fellow at the Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (MAPR) in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The grant is renewable for a second year contingent upon results and impact achieved.
The Foundation also sponsors two photographer-in-residence programs. One program, at Light Work, a non-profit photography organization supporting artists since 1973 provides one month of onsite residency for a photographer. The second program, at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, provides two months for a photographer to focus on a project of their choice. The Foundation provides mentors to both the Light Work artists-in-residence and the photographer-in-residence at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art.
Artists Talk Series
Artists Talk Series are free and open to everyone. The Artists Talk Series are moderated and very interactive forums where artists highlight their experiences, lessons learned, works of art and share their aspirations. Plenty of time is also offered for questions from the public to artists regarding their journey and/or their latest works of art.
Fund for Community Art
The Fund for Community Art is a program that provides financial resources directly to visual artists through the Foundation’s nonprofit partners across the United States and Puerto Rico for artists to work on public works of art within their local communities. Artists make their works of art accessible to the community by creating and producing art right where the community lives and works.
The program funds projects such as public murals, community public art displays – including photography, youth community projects involving artists and other local arts creative initiatives working directly with local visual artists.
The Artists Marketplace is the Foundation’s premier online marketplace where patrons can browse and select works of art that they find of interest. The Foundation curates the online Artists Marketplace with direct input from visual artists. Access to the Artists Marketplace is free and provides the patron with direct access to the visual artists through the contact form provided on the site.