July 19th, 2021
Given the early success of the Artists Marketplace, we are pleased to welcome Cuban artist Mr. Dariel Pérez Gallardo to the Artists Marketplace. Mr. Gallardo resides in Chile and creates paintings that are in great demand worldwide. We anticipate that his latest works being made available in the Artists Marketplace will go fast!
New Partnership with Ogden Museum of Southern Art
June 24th, 2021
The Darryl Chappell Foundation is pleased to announce a new partnership. The Foundation is partnering with the Ogden Museum of Southern Art to offer a photographer-in-residence grant. The residence will run from March-April 2022 and applications will be accepted starting in the Fall 2021. Afrodescendant artists 21+ years from around the world will be considered. Strong consideration will be given to photographers living and working in the rural American South. Additional details regarding how to apply will be communicated in early Fall 2021. Read more about the details of the residency here.
$10,000 Awarded to Light Work by Generous Darryl Chappell Foundation Art Patron
April 27th, 2021
The Darryl Chappell Foundation is delighted to partner with Light Work in a collaborative effort to support the needs of emerging photographers. The Darryl Chappell Photographer-in-Residence grant will provide two residents with access to the latest technology and to mentors in Syracuse, New York. Be on the lookout for communications over the next few weeks with details regarding the program and on how to apply, for those interested. We are very grateful to the art patron who has requested anonymity and to our new partners at Light Work.
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.
Emergency Response Grant Funding
Artists Talks Series
A moderated and interactive forum with artists highlighting their experiences, lessons learned, works of art and aspirations.
The Artists Marketplace features artists providing a global perspective with local sensibilities. The Artists Marketplace resulted from an inquiry by a supporter of artists and the Foundation. The patrons inquired, “how might I purchase the artists work that I saw featured in the May 2020 artists talk?”. We are testing the virtual marketplace to determine if it meets your needs as an art patron and the needs of artists to achieve their highest potential. Global focus, local impact.