The deadline for spring 2020 CAMIT grant applications was Wednesday, February 19, 2020, and the application is now closed. The next application cycle is provisionally scheduled for fall 2020, with a deadline in September, as public health circumstances allow. Email … Continued
Funding and Tools
The MIT Creative Arts Competition is an annual contest designed to encourage arts-focused startups at the Institute. The $15,000 prize is offered as a grant to help launch the winning enterprise and enable the recipient(s) to join the ranks of MIT’s successful startup founders.
Congratulations to team Elements, winner of the 2020 $15K Creative Arts Competition!
Team Elements, which produces individual art making kits to promote creative thinking, took the $15,000 first prize. Rarify, an online platform that uses big data to assess and market classic furniture pieces, won $2,500 with second place, while Material Futures Lab, which uses biology to produce environmentally friendly pigments, was awarded the $1,000 third prize.
Offering merit-based financial assistance for private lessons to MIT students of outstanding achievement on their instrument or voice in classical, jazz, or world music via competitive auditions. Each academic year, the Emerson program for private study offers half scholarships and … Continued
The Peter J. Eloranta Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships are awarded each spring to MIT undergraduates who have submitted proposals to conduct novel research or further develop innovative ideas, devices, prototypes, etc. Each individual fellowship is $7,000 and may be used … Continued
Graduate students, spouses, faculty and staff are invited to submit creative, community building ideas for possible funding.