Interested in applying for the Grants for Arts Projects program through the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)?
Join Artist Communities Alliance (ACA) in partnership with the NEA on Thursday, February 2 at 2pm ET for an informational session specifically for residencies considering applying.
Grants for Arts Projects is the National Endowment for the Arts’ principal grants program for organizations based in the United States. Through this program, the NEA funds arts projects in various disciplines, including Artist Communities. Applicants may request cost share/matching grants ranging from $10,000 to $100,000. Eligible organizations that received American Rescue Plan (ARP) or CARES Act funding may apply to this program as long as there are no overlapping costs during the same grant period.
NEA staff Brandon Gryde, Director of Presenting and Multidisciplinary Works + Artist Communities and Jennie Terman, Specialist for Artist Communities and Presenting & Multidisciplinary Works, will share updates on grant guidelines, the application process, and how residencies can approach this funding stream. A brief presentation will be followed by open Q + A.
This session is available exclusively to ACA members. Any and all staff, leadership, and boards of ACA member programs are encouraged to attend.
ACCESSIBILITY: This session will be live-captioned and ASL interpreted. ACA is committed to providing full access to all. Please register with your accessibility inquiries and requests by January 26th at 12pm ET. ACA staff will reach out to you to confirm your accommodations.