Four Public Art Grant Opportunities will open for applications on August 12, 2019!
Learn more and get prepared in advance by attending their info session:
Get all the the Grant information on
Thursday, July 11th from 6pm – 7pm
All My Relations Gallery
1414 E Franklin Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Please RSVP here.
NOTE: If you are applying to the Early-Career Project Grant or Mid-Career Project Grant you are required to upload/secure site permissions with your application (deadline October 16, 2019). Learn more about the in’s and out’s of securing site permissions at our info session featuring artists and city planners.
To learn about the ABC’s of Site Permission
Thursday, July 25, 2019
Forecast Public Art
2300 Myrtle Ave, Suite 160
St. Paul, MN 55114
Future dates for info sessions and site permission workshops will be announced on their Grants page!
Deadline to submit is October 16, 2019
Grant-Funded Period: January 1, 2020 – November 30, 2020
Mid-Career Project Grant*
Supports the creation of a new, publicly accessible, temporary or permanent artwork anywhere in the state of Minnesota by a Minnesota-based mid-career public artist
Mid-Career Professional Development Grant
Supports Minnesota-based mid-career artists seeking to expand or advance their careers in the field of public art, through a project idea or participation in career-enhancing activities
Early-Career Artist Project Grant*
Supports creation of a temporary or permanent public artwork anywhere in the state of Minnesota by an early-career Minnesota-based artist
Early-Career Artist Research & Development Grant
Supports early-career artists in public art related research and development or with the planning phase of freely accessible public art installation or activity in Minnesota
* require site permissions/approval – please attend Site Permissions workshop described above as possible
Any questions, please contact email@example.com
This YouTube Video explains these upcoming grants.
The video covers detailed information about all four of Forecast’s grants, how they define public art, key dates for the 2019-2020 application season, and tips for writing your grant. Dates mentioned in the video will be updated soon.
Visit Forecast’s website for more information about these grants at https://forecastpublicart.org/artist-support-2/