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Minnesota State Arts Board Cultural Community Partnership grant application is September 13

Minnesota State Arts Board FY 2020 Cultural Community Partnership grant application deadline September 13, 2019

The FY 2020 Cultural Community Partnership grant program is now open for application. The FY 2020 Cultural Community Partnership Program Overview and Application Instructions are available on theArts Board Web site.

The Cultural Community Partnership grant program is designed to enhance the careers of individual artists of color and indigenous artists. Artists, at any stage in their careers, can apply for grants to help support collaborative projects. Applicants can collaborate on a project with another Minnesota artist of color or with a Minnesota nonprofit organization.

The proposed project must be designed to further the artist’s career or enhance the artist’s artistic abilities. Each project must include a community component that will draw visibility to the artist’s work. A public performance, exhibition, reading, open workshop, or demonstration that the public can attend, are some examples of possible community components.

The deadline to submit applications is Friday, September 13, 2019. All applications must be submitted and accepted before 4:30 p.m. on the day of the deadline.

Proposed projects must take place between March 1, 2020, and February 28, 2021.

Those considering a first time application are urged to review the program’s overview and application instructions, and speak with program officer Sherrie Fernandez-Williams prior to beginning an application. She can be reached at (651) 539-2672, toll-free at 
(800) 866-2787, or via e-mail at sherrie.fernandez-williams@arts.state.mn.us.

The Arts Board uses WebGrants, an online grants management system, for all applications. Registration is required of all applicants before beginning an application to any Arts Board program. It is only necessary to register once. To register, visit the Arts Board Web site. Scroll down the home page to WebGrants instructions and registration information. 

The Arts Board is offering a free online information session about the FY 2020 Cultural Community Partnership grant opportunity on Thursday, August 1, 2019, at 3:00 p.m.  
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2nd Call: Artist Grants Fall 2015 Deadline

UnknownIt is time to apply as an individual!  Register yourself in our grants portal.  Then click into the individual grants application section.  This application includes all our grants that are geared towards individuals.  (Although if you are an individual interested in a Legacy Grant a few select people with their community project are eligible to apply.)  Talk to our office to see where your project fits!  Click into our current grant forms page to read guidelines for all four programs.

Programs

  • NWMAC/McKnight Artist Project Grants of $1,500 Deadline Oct 15
  • NWMAC/McKnight Artist Fellowships of $5,000 Deadline Oct 15
  • Quick Turn Around Grants for adults of $500 Deadline on-going
  • Student Artist Training Grants for middle and high school students of $500 Deadline on-going

Forecast Public Art Grants Opportunities

Screen Shot 2015-08-26 at 2.20.28 PMLooking for more grant opportunities to help further your career?  Public Art is a great way to engage the community in the arts and there are plenty of opportunities for artists and individuals interested in this type of work.

Forecast Public Art has some pretty good grant opportunities for Minnesota-based emerging and mid-career artists in the development and creation of new public artwork in Minnesota.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

October 06, 2015

  1. Mid-Career Professional Development Grant

    $5,000 to support public art-related professional development for MN-based mid-career artists. Proposed work can assist with the development of a project idea or involve participating in activities that will help applicants further their careers as public artists nationally (residencies, apprenticeships, conferences, travel, study, creation of project models or prototypes.

  2. Emerging Artist Research & Development Grant

    $2,500 to support emerging artists in public art-related research and development or with the planning phase of freely accessible public art installation or activity in Minnesota. Activities could range from research to planning, community dialogues, site or budget development, or model building.

  3. Emerging Artist Project Grant

    $8,000 to support the creation of a temporary or permanent public artwork anywhere in the state of Minnesota by an emerging Minnesota-based artist. This grant is funded through the Visual Arts category of the Jerome Foundation. Projects may be in any form or discipline, including performance, dance, storytelling, photography, film, sculpture, painting, etc., as long as there is a visual focus.

Questions? 
Please closely review eligibility criteria before submitting an application. Email grants@forecastpublicart.orgwith questions.

Forecast Artist Services are made possible in part, by generous support from the Mcknight Foundation and Jerome Foundation.