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Special Opportunity Support Grants (SOS)
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Special Opportunity Support Grants (SOS)


Nebraska Touring Program/Exhibits Nebraska Sponsor Grants (NTP/EN)
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Nebraska Touring Program/Exhibits Nebraska Sponsor Grants (NTP/EN)


Multicultural Assistance Grants
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Multicultural Assistance Grants


Artists in Schools/Communities Sponsor Grants UNDER $2,500
http://www.nebraskaartscouncil.org/Grants/?page=grantsInfo&type=gr...

Artists in Schools/Communities Sponsor Grants UNDER $2,500


Missouri Touring Program
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Missouri Touring Program provides fee support (60% of eligible artist's fees) to Missouri community presenters to create performance opportunities for Missouri artists on behalf of citizens across the state.


Arts Services
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Arts Services provides financial support to statewide arts service organizations to assist in the delivery of services to arts constituencies and for MAC initiated projects that address special needs. By invitation only.


Mid-Sized Arts Organizations
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Mid-Sized Arts Organizations provides operational and program support for arts organizations with operating revenues of at least $500,000, but less than $2 million, and whose primary purpose is to present or produce art (other restrictions apply). For FY2010, MAC will accept Mid-Sized Arts Organizations applications.


Established Institutions
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Established Institutions provides operational and program support for arts institutions with operating revenues exceeding $2 million whose primary purpose is to present or produce art (other restrictions apply). For FY2010, MAC will accept Established Institutions applications.


Folk Arts Program
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Folk Arts Program provides financial support for projects that perpetuate and present the folk arts of the state. Folk arts are defined as the living, functional and expressive arts of everyday people passed down informally by word of mouth or imitation within close-knit groups.


Professional Development
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Professional Development supports projects that provide learning opportunities, such as presenting qualified speakers to teachers, school administrators, and teaching artists.


Out of School
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Out of School supports quality arts education programs for school-aged youth that are at-risk, urban, and/or rural underserved. Activities must take place outside of the normal classroom day.


Artist in Residence
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Artist in Residence is designed to strengthen school arts programs and allows artists to work with students, teachers, parents, and community members through a variety of activities.


Community Arts Program
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Community Arts Program provides operational and project support to non-metropolitan community arts agencies that foster the long-term cultural development of a community and offer programs in more than one art discipline (other restrictions apply). For FY09, MAC accepted CAP Basic Support applications. For FY2010, MAC will accept CAP Project and Operating Support applications.


Minority Arts Program
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Minority Arts Program provides project support for arts projects created by or targeted to people of diverse cultures through the same disciplines as listed above. This grant gives funding priority to minority-managed organizations with minority-developed arts focused projects. For the purpose of this grant program, minorities are communities identified as African American, Asian American, Latino/Hispanic and Native American. For FY09, MAC accepted MAP applications for 2-year review cycle.


Discipline Program Assistance
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Discipline Program Assistance provides project support for a variety of arts activities in eight disciplines: Dance, Electronic Media Arts, Festivals, Literature, Multidiscipline, Music, Theater, and Visual Arts. For FY09, MAC accepted Dance, Theater, and Visual Arts applications. Applicants interested in applying for project support in Electronic Media Arts, Festivals, Literature, Multidiscipline, and Music are encouraged to apply to the Mini Grant program (monthly deadline).


DREAM Initiative
http://www.dream.mo.gov.

DREAM Initiative: Applications for the 2008 DREAM community designation must be received in the offices of Business and Community Services (Jefferson City) no later than 5 pm on Friday, July 18, 2008. For more information and application, visit www.dream.mo.gov.


Eligible Communities:
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Eligible Communities: Aurora, Cape Girardeau, Caruthersville, Chillicothe, Clinton, Excelsior Springs, Hannibal, Hermann, Kennett, Kirksville, Maryville, Mexico, Neosho, Poplar Bluff, Sedalia, Sikeston, St. Joseph, Trenton, Washington, West Plains


Challenge
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Challenge funds up to $20,000 per project, no more than $20,000 per community, for construction or renovation of a downtown facility for arts exhibition or performance space. These funds must be matched on a 4:1 basis and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


Art Builds Communities (ABC)
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Art Builds Communities (ABC) provides up to $5,000 per organization, $10,000 per DREAM community, for new art projects in downtown areas of DREAM communities. This may include visual arts exhibitions and music, dance, or theatrical performances. To apply to ABC, use the Monthly Strategic Grant application.


School Touring
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

School Touring funds 60% of artistic fees for schools to present performing artist(s) with related educational activities. Restrictions apply to eligible performing artists.


Professional Development
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Professional Development supports projects that provide learning opportunities, such as presenting qualified speakers to teachers, school administrators, and teaching artists. The maximum request is $2,500.


Out of School
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Out of School supports quality arts education programs for school-aged youth that are at-risk, urban, and/or rural underserved. Activities must take place outside of the normal classroom day. The maximum request is $2,500.


Artist in Residence
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Artist in Residence is designed to strengthen school arts programs and allows artists to work with students, teachers, parents, and community members through a variety of activities. The maximum request is $2,500.


Touring Program
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/applications/applications.shtm...

Touring Program supports 60% of the artistic fees (maximum $5,000) for organizations to present eligible performing artists. The intent of the program is to support artists touring to locations outside their home base. Performing artists must be selected from Missouri Touring Performers or programs of Missouri artists on the rosters of Kansas City and St. Louis Young Audiences (available on the Application Forms page).


Minority Arts Monthly Strategic Grant Program
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Minority Arts Monthly Strategic Grant Program provides project support for arts projects created by or targeted to people of diverse cultures. This grant gives funding priority to minority-managed organizations with minority-developed arts focused projects. For the purpose of this grant program, minorities are communities identified as African American, Asian American, Latino/Hispanic and Native American. The maximum request is $3,000.


Monthly Strategic Grants
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Monthly Strategic Grants provides project support for small arts groups and rural-based organizations through a less complicated application process. The maximum request is $2,000.


Capacity Building
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

NEW: Capacity Building MAC is committed to increasing the capacity of nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to present, produce, or serve the arts in Missouri. Appropriate projects could address, but are not limited to: strategic planning, board development, market research, outreach planning, fundraising, and technology planning. Eligible organizations may submit multiple applications up to the maximum for each category or $10,000 total per eligible organization per fiscal year. • Attend conferences/seminars (maximum: $750 per person per conference; $1,500 total) • Produce conferences/workshops (maximum: $2,500) • Consultant or contractor (maximum: $5,000) • Equipment, software, services, or publications (maximum: $5,000)


Springboard for the Arts Opportunities and Deadlines
http://www.springboardforthearts.org/Opportunities/Opportunities.asp

Springboard for the Arts Opportunities and Deadlines Springboard for the Arts is a non-profit artist service organization with the mission to cultivate a vibrant arts community by connecting artists with the skills, contacts, information and services they need to make a living and a life. Springboard lists deadlines and date-specific opportunities such as events, grants, casting calls, and classifieds in many categories. web: www.springboardforthearts.org/Opportunities/Opportunities.asp


Playwright Submissions
http://www.heartlandplays.com/

Playwright Submissions Requested by Heartland Plays, a publishing company of plays and drama products coming online in 2009 marketing to Community, Children’s, Educational and Small Professional Theatres. Manuscripts with reading fee guaranteed full professional reading with written critique response within 90 days. Musicals will be considered if include vocal/piano score and accompaniment CD. Their playwrights receive 50% of royalties. web: www.heartlandplays.com e-mail: playsnow@heartlandplays.com


La Familia Artist in Residence Program
http://www.lafamiliallc.com/AKResidenceHome.php

La Familia Artist in Residence Program Seattle-based La Familia Gallery is now offering 29 annual artist residency opportunities in Talkeetna, Alaska. Accepting applicants from around the world who concentrate in the visual arts, music, and literature, the residency program aims to encourage a better understanding of what one truly needs live, to create, and to be happy. web: www.lafamiliallc.com/AKResidenceHome.php e-mail: cwalton@lafamiliallc.com phone: (206) 903-0627


Fellowship Announcement from Global Arts Village
http://www.globalartsvillage.org/

Fellowship Announcement from Global Arts Village The Global Arts Village is an emerging international residential art center in New Delhi, India. The Village enables artists to experience a natural, eco-friendly environment for creative work on a three-acre property that includes gardens, a multi-purpose studio, sculpture workshop, a meditation and performance hall, a common building, a dance studio, performance spaces, and accommodations. The Global Arts Village offers full and partial fellowships, several specific fellowship opportunities, and an Artist-in-Residence program. web: www.globalartsvillage.org e-mail: info@globalartsvillage.org


Emprise Review
http://www.muttsbane.com/

Emprise Review is a new literary journal in search of stimulating original art. The staff is composed of an international group of writers who are looking to create an outlet for the best works without consideration for past accomplishments or genre. We want high-quality, compelling work. Emprise Review publishes monthly online issues. web: www.muttsbane.com e-mail: empreview@gmail.com


Art Deadlines List
http://www.artdeadlineslist.com

Art Deadlines List The Art Deadlines List, maintained by independent artist Richard Gardner, lists art contests and competitions, art jobs and internships, art scholarships and grants and fellowships, art festivals, call for entries/proposals/projects, and other opportunities, in all disciplines, for art students, art teachers, and artists of all ages. web: www.artdeadlineslist.com


Art Calendar Calls for Artists
http://www.artcalendar.com/category_mini.asp?ID=9

Art Calendar Calls for Artists Art Calendar is a business magazine for visual artists. The ArtCalendar.com Web site includes national and global listings of Calls for Artists, both with and without entry fees. The site also includes other useful online directories and resources. web: www.artcalendar.com/category_mini.asp?ID=9


American Composers Forum Opportunities
http://www.composersforum.org/opportunities.cfm

American Composers Forum Opportunities The American Composers Forum is committed to supporting composers and developing new markets for their music, through granting, commissioning, and performance programs. The American Composers Forum Web site lists opportunities for scores, residencies, grants, fellowships and other opportunities for composers. web: www.composersforum.org/opportunities.cfm


“Fires Around the Lakes: Ten Years After” Call for entries
http://www.bonifasarts.org/

“Fires Around the Lakes: Ten Years After” Call for entries Organised by the William Bonifas Fine Arts Center, this juried exhibit is open to glassworkers living or working in the states bordering the great Lakes (MI, WI, MN, IN, IL, OH, PA, NY and Ontario, Canada). The 2009 exhibit will be open to all glass media including blown, fused, cast, stained, painted, lampworked and mosaic artwork of original design created in the last two years. Images of 3 pieces will be accepted for a $25.00 jury fee. web: www.bonifasarts.org e-mail: bc@bonifasarts.org phone: (906) 786 3833


Call for entries: Los Angeles Printmaking Society 20th National Exhibition.
http://www.laprintmakers.com/

Call for entries: Los Angeles Printmaking Society 20th National Exhibition. The 19th National yielded over $4,000 in cash and purchase awards. $3.000 minimum is guaranteed. Original works in all Printmaking media including monotypes, monoprints and 3-dimensional work. LAPS will not consider traditional photography, off-set reproductions or reproductions of art originally produced in another medium. web: www.laprintmakers.com e-mail: LAPS20thNational@gmail.com phone: (213) 891- 4468


Call for entries: Rome Art Coterie 7th National Juried Exhibition.
http://www.romeartcoterie.org/prospectus.pdf

Call for entries: Rome Art Coterie 7th National Juried Exhibition. A call for all artists in Minnesota to participate in this Art Exhibition in Rome, Georgia. The 2008 show drew a total of 333 entries from 143 different artists residing in 32 different states and the Gallery is looking forward to an even better variety of submissions for 2009. Please navigate the link below to download their prospectus and application form for more info. web: www.romeartcoterie.org/prospectus.pdf e-mail: jgreen57589@roadrunner.com


Artist-in-Residence program at Acadia National Park
http://www.nps.gov/acad/supportyourpark/artistinresidence.htm

Artist-in-Residence program at Acadia National Park The Artist-In-Residence Program offers professional writers, composers, and all visual and performing artists the opportunity to pursue their particular art form while surrounded by the inspiring landscape of the park. In the spring and fall, the park provides housing to participants for two-week to four-week periods. No additional stipend is available. In return, participating artists are asked to donate to the park collection a piece of work representative of their style and their stay. Artists are also asked to participate in one public program per week of their residency. web: www.nps.gov/acad/supportyourpark/artistinresidence.htm phone: (207)-288-3338


Call to Artists – Public Art for the Bagley Street Pedestrian Bridge, Detroit, Michigan
http://www.michigan.gov/gateway

Call to Artists – Public Art for the Bagley Street Pedestrian Bridge, Detroit, Michigan The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) invites artists to submit qualifications to create work especially for the award-winning Bagley Street Pedestrian Bridge, Detroit, Michigan that connects the east and west sides of Mexicantown. When completed, the bridge will be used by local residents, particularly during festivals and special events. International visitors will also frequent the site because the new Detroit Mexicantown International Welcome Center nearby is a first stop for travelers after the border crossing from Canada. web: www.Michigan.gov/gateway


Arts in Education
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/AIE_organizational_support.htm

Children are natural artists. They draw, paint, sing, dance, write and tell stories, pretend to be someone else. Their world is all about imagining and exploring. Arts learning and artistic expression fuel a child's natural creativity. They also helps young people be better students in other subjects. Research shows that students who study the arts have higher academic achievement and higher SAT scores than other students. Arts activities build self-confidence, and reinforce students’ critical thinking and discipline. The Minnesota State Arts Board Arts in Education (AIE) program is designed to encourage and expand young people’s natural interest and abilities in arts activities. It helps deliver high-quality, hands-on, creative arts learning opportunities for students; and gives teachers new tools and model arts learning activities to incorporate into their classrooms.


Arts in Education
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/aie/index.htm

Children are natural artists. They draw, paint, sing, dance, write and tell stories, pretend to be someone else. Their world is all about imagining and exploring. Arts learning and artistic expression fuel a child's natural creativity. They also helps young people be better students in other subjects. Research shows that students who study the arts have higher academic achievement and higher SAT scores than other students. Arts activities build self-confidence, and reinforce students’ critical thinking and discipline. The Minnesota State Arts Board Arts in Education (AIE) program is designed to encourage and expand young people’s natural interest and abilities in arts activities. It helps deliver high-quality, hands-on, creative arts learning opportunities for students; and gives teachers new tools and model arts learning activities to incorporate into their classrooms.


Grants for Schools
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/AIE_k12_arts_challenge.htm

Children are natural artists. They draw, paint, sing, dance, write and tell stories, pretend to be someone else. Their world is all about imagining and exploring. Arts learning and artistic expression fuel a child's natural creativity. They also helps young people be better students in other subjects. Research shows that students who study the arts have higher academic achievement and higher SAT scores than other students. Arts activities build self-confidence, and reinforce students’ critical thinking and discipline. The Minnesota State Arts Board Arts in Education (AIE) program is designed to encourage and expand young people’s natural interest and abilities in arts activities. It helps deliver high-quality, hands-on, creative arts learning opportunities for students; and gives teachers new tools and model arts learning activities to incorporate into their classrooms.


Percent for Art in Public Places

Percent for Art in Public Places — Under Minnesota statute, state buildings with construction or renovation budgets of $500,000 or more may designate one percent of their total construction budget to purchase or commission original artwork. Artists who would like to be considered for Percent for Art projects must have current files in the Percent for Art artist registry. Artist registry applications are accepted at any time.


Cultural Community Partnership
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/cultural_community_partnership.htm

Cultural Community Partnership — This program is designed to enhance the careers of individual artists of color. Artists, at any stage in their careers, can apply for grants to help support a collaborative project. An applicant can collaborate with another Minnesota artist of color or a Minnesota nonprofit organization. Applications will be due August 22, 2008.


Arts in Education Roster of Artists
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/aie/index.htm

Arts in Education Roster of Artists — The roster is a juried catalogue of individual or paired artists who demonstrate high artistic quality and the ability to teach students in grades K-12, a resource for schools interested in hosting artist residences, and a marketing tool for teaching artists. Roster applications are accepted every two years. The next application deadline will be March 14, 2008, for artists who want to renew their listing in the roster; and April 1, 2008, for artists who want to join the roster.


Artist Initiative
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/artist_initiative.htm

Artist Initiative — This pilot program supports and assists artists at various stages in their careers. It encourages artistic development, nurtures artistic creativity, and recognizes the contributions individual artists make to the creative environment of the state of Minnesota. The Arts Board alternates disciplines eligible to apply from year to year. Music, photography, media arts/new media, poetry, and prose applications will be accepted during this grant round (fiscal year 2010). Dance, theater, and two- and three-dimensional visual arts grants were awarded last year (fiscal year 2009). Applications will be due Monday, June 1, 2009.


Series Presenters
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/series_presenter_support.htm

Series Presenters — May apply for a project grant to support a series of public performances, exhibitions, or screenings in the visual, performing, or literary arts. A series must include three or more events within a one year period, and have an annual budget of at least $12,000. Applications will be due March 2, 2009.


Institutional Presenter Support
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/institutional_presenter_support.htm

Institutional Presenter Support — This program provides unrestricted operating support to large and medium-sized arts organizations that present live performance, exhibitions, or screenings in the visual, performing, or literary arts. Applications are accepted every two years. The next deadline for applications will be January 16, 2009.


Institutional Support
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/grants/institutional_support.htm

Institutional Support — This program provides unrestricted operating support to high-quality, established arts organizations that produce or exhibit works of art, or offer a broad range of services to artists.Applications are accepted every two years. The next deadline for applications will be January 16, 2009.


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