Foundation / Corporation
New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) - Genesee-Orleans Regional Arts Council (GO ART!)
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Grants of up to $5,000 to New York nonprofit organizations and individual artists partnering with schools or community-based organizations in eligible locations for educational arts projects. Applicants are required to attend an information session. Funding is intended to support the role the arts play in engaging K-12 public school students and community-based learning. Programs should benefit Genesee and Orleans Counties.
The Arts Education Program (Spark Grant) support arts education projects that take place in-school during the school day and/or in after-school and community-based settings for youth and/or senior learners and must be carried out in partnership with a public school or a community-based organization. Emphasis is placed on the depth and quality of the creative process through which participants learn through or about the arts.
The Arts Education Program (Spark Grant) is offered in two funding strands: K-12 In-School Projects and After-School and Community-based Learning. Funds can support arts education projects that take place in-school during the school day and/or in after-school and community-based settings for youth and/or senior learners and must be carried out in partnership with a public school or a community-based organization.
Emphasis is placed on the depth and quality of the creative process through which participants learn through or about the arts. Projects must focus on the exploration of art and the artistic process. Inter-curricular collaboration for in-school projects is encouraged but not required.
Spark Grants strive to build the capacity of local teaching artists and nonprofit arts organizations while providing K-12 public school students and/or adult learners high-quality artistic learning experiences.
K-12 projects that address the Common Core Learning Standards will be reviewed favorably.
GrantWatch ID#: 174014
Up to $5,000
January 1 – December 31, 2023
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Mary Jo Whitman, SCR Program Coordinator:
USA: New York: Genesee and Orleans Counties
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