Reference and Circulating BooksThe most current directories and specialized guides are found in the Reference sections of the University Libraries. Look for REF before the call number. The following list including relevant circulating materials is divided by type:
DIRECTORIES/GUIDESAnnual register of grant support. Marquis Academic Media
Greenfield REF 001.44 An78 2011
Music REF AS911 .A59 2010
Artists communities: a directory of residencies that offer time and space for creativity.
3rd ed. Allworth Press, c2005.
Greenfield REF 700.2573 Ar78a 2005
Directory of grants in the humanities. Oryx Press
Greenfield REF 001.44 D6285 2010
Music REF AZ188 .D57 2009 2 vol.
Peterson's scholarships, grants & prizes. Peterson's
Greenfield REF 378.3 P4425 2011
PROPOSAL WRITINGGajda, Rebecca. Getting the grant: how educators can write winning proposals and manage successful projects. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, c2005.
Geever, Jane C. The Foundation Center's guide to proposal writing.
3rd ed. Foundation Center, c2001.
Greenfield Open Stacks 658.15 G271f 2001
Kachinske, Timothy. 90 days to success in grant writing. Course Technology, 2010.
Locke, Lawrence F. Proposals that work: a guide for planning dissertations and grant proposals. 5th ed. Sage, c2007.
Greenfield Open Stacks 001.44 L793p 2007
ClearinghouseTHE REGIONAL FOUNDATION CENTER AT THE FREE LIBRARY
(Branch office of the Foundation Center of New York)
LOCATION: Central Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia
2nd floor in the Social Science & History Department
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Searching the Catalog by SubjectThe University Libraries combine their holdings in one ONLINE CATALOG. Use it to find books, videos, CDs, scores, journal titles, etc. To locate all of the materials the library holds on a topic, it is most efficient to search by subject. Use the following SUBJECT HEADINGS to find materials in addition to the Reference Books listed above. Be careful to follow the exact spelling and form. These subject headings are standard and are used in most libraries.
College Art Association/Fellowships for Artists & Art Historians:
Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance: Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts Grants
New York Foundation for the Arts:
The Foundation Center:
National Endowment for the Arts:
Also check out the links at The UArts Career Services Office Website: