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Minnesota state Arts Board Seeks Grant Application Reviewers

Open Call for Remote Grant Application Reviewers

The Minnesota State Arts Board seeks generous involvement of Minnesota citizens – like YOU – to review new grant program applications remotely, ongoing during the months of September–December 2020. Receive a modest financial stipend for your time providing feedback on assigned applications and help determine which will be recommended to receive funding.

The Minnesota State Arts Board seeks generous involvement of Minnesota citizens – like YOU – to review new grant program applications remotely, ongoing during the months of September–December 2020. Receive a modest financial stipend for your time providing feedback on assigned applications and help determine which will be recommended to receive funding.

Public funds belong to all Minnesotans, so a broad spectrum of perspectives and experiences is vital to our grant making process. When selecting reviewers, the Arts Board will give special consideration to geographic representation from throughout the state, ethnic and racial diversity, and a balance of those with previous experience with people who will bring new perspectives to the grant review process.

To learn more about the opportunity, visit: 
http://www.arts.state.mn.us/reviewer.htm

“It’s inspiring and motivating to see what other people are working on. It gives me hope for the future.” – previous reviewer 

Selected reviewers must:
– be a Minnesota resident;
– have access to a computer with Internet connection; and
-have a background in at least one art form or artistic tradition;
-or have knowledge of or experience with nonprofit organizations.
Contribute your perspectives

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Questions? Contact Jenea Rewertz-Targui, advisory review panel coordinator, at (651) 539-2657 | (800) 866-2787 
or Jenea.Rewertz-Targui@arts.state.mn.us

The Minnesota State Arts Board is a state agency that stimulates and encourages the creation, performance, and appreciation of the arts in the state. It works to ensure that all Minnesotans can participate in and benefit from the arts.