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Artists and Art Organizations

Provides funds to service organizations for projects and programs that serve their members, artists, arts organizations, and the arts community. Funded programs and services may include newsletters, listserv and Web site management, conferences, workshops, classes, consultations, research, resource publications, presentations, and the development and distribution of promotional materials. Grant funds support administrative and program expenses directly related to the proposed programs and services.

This category provides funds to organizations and individuals for projects and programs that benefit the state. Projects and programs may range from research, resource publications, consultations and the Poet Laureate Program.

For mature arts organizations that, over time, have consistently produced strong arts programs and demonstrated strong management and financial accountability. Grants support the organization's ongoing artistic and administrative functions.

The Arts in Education Program provides support to schools and nonprofit organizations to strengthen the use of the arts in pre K-12 settings. We give priority to funding fees for professional artists to work in educational settings and collaborations between arts organizations and schools. Arts in Education grants are not intended to substitute for a school's arts education program and funds cannot be used for permanent arts education personnel.

The Arts in Communities (AIC) Program works with local arts councils and other community arts organizations in all 100 counties to create and sustain innovative arts programs that help build healthier communities.

Grants to artists ranging from $500 to $10,000 to support their creative development. Regional artist project grants are administered through local arts councils.

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