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Arts Council of Wayne County - Annual National Juried Fine Arts Exhibition
http://www.artsinwayne.org

Annual National Juried Fine Arts Exhibition: A competition open to all artists at least 18 years of age. All media except photography. Prospectus available upon request. Must submit original work; no slides. Entry fees payable with submissions. 30 percent commission on works sold. Entries accepted in September. Consult web site for more information.


Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County Grants
http://www.intothearts.org/home.html

The council awards a variety of grants to area organizations and individuals. The Organizational Support Grant supports local arts organizations and assists in the day-to-day operations of the organization. The grant is available to funded member organizations of the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. The Arts-In-Education Grant partners artists with educators, bringing hands-on arts experiences to thousands of students each year. The program is planned and administered in conjunction with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School System. The Regional Artist Project Grant offers support to artists in the local community and region, helping each artist further his or her professional development. Individual artists and small, unincorporated groups are eligible to apply for this grant. The Project Assistance Grant provides funding to support individuals and arts organizations for a specific project for the benefit of a wide community audience. The Advertising Assistance Program is supported by the Winston-Salem Journal and provides a cost-savings of advertising dollars for local arts agencies promoting their organizations through the print media. The program is available to member organizations of the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. Guidelines and applications are available online.


Arts Council Silicon Valley
http://www.artscouncil.org/grants/forindividuals/artist.asp

Up to six fellowships of will be given annually to artists living in the Silicon Valley in rotating artistic categories. No specific project needs to be carried out with the funds awarded. In 2007, Artist Fellowships will be awarded in two categories: visual arts--independent film/ video/ amimation; Literary arts--fiction


Arts Council Silicon Valley
http://www.artscouncil.org/grants/

Offers six $4,000 grants per year to professional working artists (including writers) 'to enable them to continue to pursue their creative work.'


Arts Council SV Artist Fellowship Grants 2008
http://www.sjica.org/

Arts Council Silicon Valley annually awards Artist Fellowships to provide monetary support designed to encourage the continuing development of Santa Clara County’s finest creative artists who are seriously committed to their art form and who have a demonstrated history of professional activity in the region. Artist Fellowships recognize professional working artists and enable them to continue to pursue their creative work. This grant program defines “working artists” as adults who have received training in an artistic discipline or tradition, spend at least ten hours a week on their artwork, self-define as professional artists, and derive income from work in which they use their expert artistic practices and skills. Fellowships of up to $4,000 each are awarded annually in six artistic categories. No specific project needs to be carried out with the funds awarded. In 2007/08, Artist Fellowships will be awarded in the following categories: * Visual Arts /2-dimensional: painting, drawing, mural * Visual Arts /3-dimensional: textile, installation * Literary Arts: memoir & novel * Performing Arts /Music: composition * Performing Arts /Dance: dance performance * Performing Arts /Theatre: theatre performance


Arts Education
http://www.cybergrants.com/pls/cybergrants/ao_login.login?x_gm_id=1933...

No longer confined by a deadline, this “ongoing” grant supports single projects that focus on learning in and through the arts. Participants may be of any age. Maximum request is $2,000. Biennial AE awardees may not apply in this category. Submit applications at least six weeks before the project date. Available April 15 for projects between July 1 – June 30. Contact: Camellia El-Antably, Email: celant@state.wy.us, (307) 777-5305


Arts Education - Resource Catalog
http://www.arts.state.tx.us/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrap...

The Arts Education Resource Catalog provides a menu of offerings from various Texas cultural arts organizations and institutions including service descriptions, curriculum, and related fee requirements. The resource catalogue includes a list of the exemplary offerings available to Texas schools and nonprofit organizations through the Arts Education Project Category and/or through other funding sources. Service providers from throughout the state have the opportunity to apply for inclusion in the catalogue. Applicants will be approved on the basis of their ability to export well-developed programs which enhance teaching and learning in Texas education. The resource catalog is available online through the School House on TCAnet. Application Limit: 1 application per organization Request Limit: NA Match Requirement: NA In-Kind Match: NA Deadline: August 1


Arts Education - Resource Catalog
http://www.arts.state.tx.us/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrap...

The Arts Education Resource Catalog provides a menu of offerings from various Texas cultural arts organizations and institutions including service descriptions, curriculum, and related fee requirements. The resource catalogue includes a list of the exemplary offerings available to Texas schools and nonprofit organizations through the Arts Education Project Category and/or through other funding sources. Service providers from throughout the state have the opportunity to apply for inclusion in the catalogue. Applicants will be approved on the basis of their ability to export well-developed programs which enhance teaching and learning in Texas education. The resource catalog is available online through the School House on TCAnet. Application Limit: 1 application per organization Request Limit: NA Match Requirement: NA In-Kind Match: NA Deadline: August 1


Arts Education Artist Roster - Application
http://www.culturegrants-ky.org/

Arts Education Artist Roster - Application


Arts Education – Biennial (2008-2010)
http://www.cybergrants.com/pls/cybergrants/ao_login.login?x_gm_id=1933...

Deadline: March 1, 2008 An exciting new twist on an existing grant… this category now supports two years of arts programming with a focus on learning in and through the arts for participants of any age. Programs should teach from specific arts learning goals and have evaluation methods that measure the outcomes. Different from a project grant, applicants will describe activities from the previous year, emphasizing the evaluation results of past accomplishments and the planning for future activities. The applicant must have successfully completed at least five WAC grants, two of which must be AE (AIE). Requests must be for multiple or year-long projects. Submit applications on or before March 1; submit draft applications before February 15. Maximum request is limited to $7,000 per year. Second-year funding is contingent upon the WAC budget for this program. Contact: Camellia El-Antably, Email: celant@state.wy.us, (307) 777-5305


Arts Education Demonstrator Roster
http://www.arts.state.ms.us/grants/documents/artseducationdemonstrator...

The Arts Education Demonstrator Roster is a group of professional artists and arts educators included within the Artist Roster who are available to work with educators and administrators in developing strategies for using the arts in K-12 classrooms. Grant funds are available to schools and organizations for presenting these artists. Like the Artist Roster, individuals may apply to be included for a three-year term.


Arts Education Demonstrator Roster
http://www.arts.state.ms.us/grants/arts-ed-demo-roster.php

The Arts Education Demonstrator Roster is a group of professional artists and arts educators included within the Artist Roster who are available to work with educators and administrators in developing strategies for using the arts in K-12 classrooms. Grant funds are available to schools and organizations for presenting these artists. Like the Artist Roster, individuals may apply to be included for a three-year term.


Arts education Grants
http://www.dana.org/grants/threecity/

Arts education grants specifically target the training of in-school arts specialists and professional artists who teach students preK-12 in the public schools.


Arts Education Grants
http://www.arts.utah.gov/funding/arts_education_grant/guidelines.html

Public, private, parochial and charter schools are eligible for Artist in Residence Grants, Arts Education Project Grants, and Teacher Initiated Project (TIP) grants.


Arts Education Grants
http://www.arts.utah.gov/funding/arts_education_grant/guidelines.html

Organizations who wish to apply for funding for education-related projects and artist residencies may apply for Arts Education grants.


Arts Education Leadership Project Grants
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/artsedleadership.htm

Arts Education Leadership Project Grants- annual grant for developing arts curriculum


Arts Education Leadership Project Grants
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/artsedleadership.htm

Arts Education Leadership Project Grants- annual grant for developing arts curriculum


Arts Education Program grant and professional development programs
http://www.missouriartscouncil.org/html/funding.shtml

Arts Education Program grant and professional development programs are designed to strengthen the place of the arts as a core academic subject in the regular school curriculum, and to promote integrating the arts into non-arts classrooms and in out of school programs. MAC works with Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to ensure that these programs support student achievement. Grant categories follow: 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. 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. Professional Development supports projects that provide learning opportunities, such as presenting qualified speakers to teachers, school administrators, and teaching artists.


Arts Education Project 2
http://www.arts.state.tx.us/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrap...

This program provides funding support for projects demonstrating artistic merit and 'best practices' in arts education. This program is directed toward the advancement of arts education curriculum, student achievement through hands on activity, teacher training, and assessment. All Arts Education Projects must be curriculum based and aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) to be considered eligible. Performances for youth and/or adults without these components will not be accepted as an Arts Education Project. The Arts Education - Resource Catalogue includes eligible projects for this category. NOTE: Local Arts Agencies can only apply for two of the following panel grant programs: Arts Education Project, Core Support, Subgranting. Application Limit: 1 application per organization for this program. Minimum Request: $3,000 Maximum Request: $25,000 Match Requirement: 1:1 In-Kind Match: Up to 50% of the match may be in-kind. Deadline: March 15


Arts Education Project 3
http://www.arts.state.tx.us/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrap...

This program provides funding support for projects demonstrating artistic merit and 'best practices' in arts education. This program is directed toward the advancement of arts education curriculum, student achievement through hands on activity, teacher training, and assessment. All Arts Education Projects must be curriculum based and aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) to be considered eligible. Performances for youth and/or adults without these components will not be accepted as an Arts Education Project. The Arts Education - Resource Catalogue includes eligible projects for this category. Application Limit: 1 application per organization for this program. Minimum Request: $3,000 Maximum Request: $40,000 Match Requirement: 2:1 In-Kind Match: Up to 50% of the match may be in-kind. Deadline: March 15


Arts Education Project-1
http://www.arts.state.tx.us/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrap...

This program provides funding support for projects demonstrating artistic merit and 'best practices' in arts education. This program is directed toward the advancement of arts education curriculum, student achievement through hands on activity, teacher training, and assessment. All Arts Education Projects must be curriculum based and aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) to be considered eligible. Performances for youth and/or adults without these components will not be accepted as an Arts Education Project. The Arts Education - Resource Catalogue includes eligible projects for this category. Application Limit: 1 application per organization for this program. Minimum Request: $3,000 Maximum Request: $25,000 Match Requirement: 1:1 In-Kind Match: Up to 50% of the match may be in-kind. Deadline: Varies by organization type


Arts Education Resources Initiative
http://www.arts.wa.gov/education/aeri.html

Arts Education Resources Initiative was initially funded with a grant from Washington Mutual in order to identify and encourage use of proven arts education practices. The project’s website and print materials offer research-based ideas and support for effective practices, methods for improving teaching capacity, as well as specific action agendas that principals, teachers, parents, school districts, and community arts providers can use to work toward high quality arts education for all students.


Arts Education Resources Initiative
http://www.arts.wa.gov/education/aeri.html

Arts Education Resources Initiative was initially funded with a grant from Washington Mutual in order to identify and encourage use of proven arts education practices. The project’s website and print materials offer research-based ideas and support for effective practices, methods for improving teaching capacity, as well as specific action agendas that principals, teachers, parents, school districts, and community arts providers can use to work toward high quality arts education for all students.


Arts Enterprise Partnerships
http://www.nmarts.org/grants_programs.html

Arts Enterprise Partnerships - initiate and strengthen community-based economic development through three-year public/private arts partnerships that benefit underserved rural or inner city communities. Applicants must qualify as cottage arts enterprises. Such enterprises train artists and either employ or market the work of artisans in an ongoing economic development enterprise. Projects must promote wide participation and bring attention to the community's or region's cultural resources with a goal of income generation for arts organizations, artists and the general community.


Arts Foundation of Michigan
http://www.artswire.org/Community/afmadams/afm/index.html

Arts Foundation of Michigan


Arts Foundation of Michigan .
http://www.artswire.org/Community/afmadams/afm/index.html

Arts Foundation of Michigan . Arts Wire - weekly digest of arts news and a database of cultural resources from the New York Foundation for the Arts.


Arts Grants
http://www.arts.state.al.us/grants/index-grants.html

The Council provides services and funding for art and cultural activities in Alabama. Consistent with its charge from the Alabama Legislature, the Council has adopted a number of programs to address the needs of the arts in Alabama. These programs aid large and small cultural institutions, local arts councils, emerging and experimental arts groups, traditional folk arts, arts in education, creative and performing artists, as well as a wide variety of community and statewide projects.


Arts Grants/Programs Available from the U.S. Government
http://www.12.46.245.173/pls/portal30/CATALOG.FIND_GRANT_PROGRAM_TXT.S...

Courtesy of the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance.


Arts Grants/Programs from the U.S. Government posted on Grants.gov
http://www.grants.gov/search/category.do

Some of the most current grant opportunities posted by the federal government. Note: Select arts as funding activity category.


Arts Higher Achievers Award.
http://www.westoxon.gov.uk/living/higherawards.cfm

To support people achieving excellence in the arts in West Oxfordshire.


Arts in Alternative Education
http://www.ok.gov/~arts/grants/alted/alted1.html

The Arts in Alternative Education program provides funds to assist with hands-on instruction and participation in the arts in Alternative Education programs in public schools in Oklahoma. The program is offered through a partnership of the Oklahoma Arts Council and the State Department of Education and is designed to motivate students whose needs are not met by traditional educational services. Individuals schools sites are ineligible. Alternative education sites must apply through their school district.


Arts in Alternative Education
http://www.state.ok.us/~arts/grants/alted/alted1.html

The Arts in Alternative Education program provides funds to assist with hands-on instruction and participation in the arts in Alternative Education programs in public schools in Oklahoma. The program is offered through a partnership of the Oklahoma Arts Council and the State Department of Education and is designed to motivate students whose needs are not met by traditional educational services. Individuals schools sites are ineligible. Alternative education sites must apply through their school district.


Arts in Communities (AIC)
http://www.njartscouncil.org/communityarts.cfm#aic

Arts in Communities (AIC): Awarded to new or expanded collaborative projects that connect the arts to people and communities in deep and meaningful ways, and demonstrate the public value the arts contribute to individuals and civic life. Projects can be in one of four areas: 1) community cultural planning projects; 2) projects that explore lifelong learning in the arts in community settings; 3) projects that connect the arts to another civic sector; and 4) projects that engage artists in developing community projects or creating new work that reflects and is carried out with the community.


Arts in Education
http://www.florida-arts.org/grants/aie/index.htm

Supports activities that promote the arts as an integral part of education and life-long learning through project grants.


Arts In Education
http://www.arkansasarts.com/programs/New_AIE_Artist_Roster_Application...

Initiates new arts programs in schools and local arts agencies and enhances existing ones by providing direct interaction with working artists in residencies. Emphasis is on exposure to the creative process through direct contact with professional artists. Three grants are available for this category: After School / Summer Residency Program, Arts Curriculum Project Grants, and In-school Residency Program. Follow this link for more information on Arts In Education projects currently in place.


Arts in Education
http://www.nysca.org/public/guidelines/arts_in_education/index.htm

The Council believes that the arts are essential and basic to every child's education, and that the cultural community and the work of teaching artists are important resources for teachers and school-age children. The Council also believes that, along with certified arts educators, cultural organizations can play a vital role in engaging students in rich artistic experiences and in helping them develop their creativity and imaginations. In support of these beliefs, the Arts in Education Program funds cultural organizations that work in partnership with schools to create programs that focus on a deep exploration of the arts and the artistic process, as well as the intersection of the arts and other areas of study and the role of the arts in the world in which we live. Funded programs are meant to encourage teachers, administrators, students, and parents to explore and examine the powerful role the arts can play in education and life-long learning. Funding is also meant to complement sequential, skills-based study of the arts in all of the artistic disciplines. Support for these collaborative programs is offered through the Empire State Partnerships (ESP) categories. These categories provide a sequential funding structure that supports the development and evolution of funded partnerships. Eligible partnerships will involve collaborations between artists and teachers as they create units of study that are at least 10 artistic contact sessions in length. Eligible partnerships will also serve students in grades pre-kindergarten through 12, and project activities will occur during the regular school day. In certain cases, pre-school programs and 'extended day' or year-round programs are eligible for support; applicants are advised to consult with Program staff before applying for support for these types of programs. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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.


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 (AIE) program
http://www.florida-arts.org/grants/aie/guidelines.htm

The Arts in Education (AIE) program supports activities that promote the arts as an integral part of education and lifelong learning for all people in the State of Florida. It aims to support projects which make a difference in the community, such as: in-depth residencies at schools, colleges & universities, hospitals, detention centers & prisons, nursing facilities, hospitals & assisted living centers, cultural or community centers; cultural programs serving elders and the building of intergenerational programs; professional development for teachers; arts in education research, evaluation and assessment tools; and partnerships between cultural organizations and others which promote quality artistic programs and lifelong learning in the arts. Organizations can receive funding in three categories: Artist Residency, Arts Education Partnerships and Rural Development (for REDI & Underserved Communities only).


Arts in Education Granting Program
http://www.in.gov/arts/3035.htmin.gov/arts/3035.htm

The Arts in Education (AIE) Granting Program was created to help support curriculum needs, impact individual student engagement and performance, and develop a long term commitment to the arts in schools at the primary and secondary levels. Schools are asked to develop a working partnership with an artist, organization, business or group to develop and implement a successful project. All projects must meet current state curriculum standards. Application Deadline: October 1, 2008 by 4:30 p.m. EDT


Arts in Education Grants >
http://www.ncarts.org/freeform_scrn_template.cfm?ffscrn_id=17

For schools and nonprofit organizations to strengthen the use of the arts in pre K-12 settings. We give priority to funding the fees of professional artists to work in educational settings and collaborations between arts organizations and schools.


Arts in Education Major Grant & Mini Grant
http://www.iowaartscouncil.org/funding/arts-in-education/index.shtml

Projects could include, but are not limited to those that do the following. Bring schools and local civic or community organizations together to collaboratively develop educational art experiences Assist educators in implementing innovative goals and strategies in the arts curriculum Integrate the arts into other core subjects, such as reading, writing, history, math, science, and social studies Reflect the rich cultural diversity of our state and enable learning in and through the arts of many cultures Grant Amount You may request up to $10,000 for a Major Grant or up to $1,500 for a Mini Grant, but no more than 50 percent of the total expenses of the project.


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

Arts in Education Organizational Support — These are two-year grants to arts organizations that produce school residency programs. Applications are accepted every two years. The next deadline for applications will be February 2, 2009.


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

Arts in Education Organizational Support — These are two-year grants to arts organizations that produce school residency programs. Applications are accepted every two years. The next deadline for applications will be February 2, 2009.


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.


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.


Arts in Education Team Building/Texas Music Project
http://www.arts.state.tx.us/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrap...

This year-round funding program provides funding for strategic development in arts education. Texas Music Project (TMP) grants are directed to K-12 schools to provide music education in the classroom. Priority is given to Title One Schools. Funding may be used towards consultancy fees and/or other expenses associated with: District and community development meetings, forums and symposia for arts education In-services: staff and curriculum development in the arts Consultant fees for arts education development (for TMP, can include accompanist or guest instructors) Music supplies (for TMP applicants only) Conference travel and registration subsidy for educators. Educators may not use these funds to attend their annual statewide membership conference. Up to $500 may be used towards the development and implementation of an arts education web site and/or technology-based graphic arts programs. Funding may be used for consultancy fee, software, and other associated costs (excluding computer hardware). Application Limit: Multiple applications can be submitted, but only $2,000 cumulatively will be awarded to an organization per fiscal year (Sept-Aug). Minimum Request: $75 Maximum Request: $2,000. Match Requirement: 1:1 In-Kind Match: NA Deadline: Varies. All applications are approved through the Quarterly Review Process. Please visit the Grants Calendar to determine your deadline.


Arts in Harmony '08
http://www.elkriverart.org

Sponsor: Elk River Area Arts Alliance Venue: Sherburne County Government Center - (capable of displaying up to 170 pieces) Awards: $9,050 given out last year, $1,000 Best of Show, 2 Purchase Awards, $300 Best Out-of state Artist Jurors: Lin Nelson-Mayson, director Goldstein Museum of Design at University of Minnesota, & Paul Benson, Instructor at St. Paul Academy Eligibility: All Living Artists - Paintings, drawings, digital, and hand pulled prints, fiber, batik, photography (not digitally altered or photo of work in another medium), ceramics, and sculiture. No copies, class work, or fragile work. Fees: $18 first entry, $10 second entry, $6 each additional entry Commission: 20% non-members, 10% members (good sales record) Send SASE to: Elk River Area Arts Alliance, 1170 Main Street, Elk River, Minnesota 55330 E-mail: Patrick Grace Phone: (763) 441-4725


Arts in Health Care Artist Directory
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/artsandartists/aihcartistdirectory.html

Arts in Health Care Artist Directory – Provide artist information to health care and nursing home providers. These are trained professional artists with experience in health care settings, for arts in residence programs.


Arts in Health Care Directory
http://www.nh.gov/nharts/grants/docs/AIHrosterapp.doc

Arts in Health Care Directory


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