Mid Atlantic Arts is now accepting applications for the Central Appalachia Living Traditions: Folk and Traditional Arts Experiences grants.
Arts Midwest is now accepting applications for the GIG Fund. Through this grant, Midwestern organizations may request up to $4,000 to contract with a professional artist and offer activities to their community
Grants of up to $2,500 for organizations in South Arts' nine-state region (AL, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, and TN) are available to make arts programs accessible to persons with disabilities. Applications are awarded on a rolling basis until May 15, 2024.
NABS 2023 Black Appalachian Storytellers Fellowships will provide six (6) $5,000 awards (with limited restrictions) to support experienced practitioners and culture bearers with opportunities to examine, research, develop, perform, and/or document the Black Appalachian storytelling tradition. Applications are due August 20, 2023.
The American Folklife Center is excited to share that opens the third round of the Community Collections Grant program for applications. Applications close on August 18, 2023.
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) announced more than $103 million in recommended grants in the second major grant announcement of fiscal year 2023.
The Artist/Scholar in Residence program invites projects on Black, Indigenous, Hispanic or Latino, Asian American and Pacific Islander, and/or other communities of color in the 50 U.S. states. Two 12-month grants of up to $90,000 each will be awarded. Applications are open May 17, 2023 through 2:00 PM EDT on August 7, 2023.
The American Folklife Center is now soliciting applications for an oral history award for researchers to document the experiences of frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The deadline for applications is June 20, 2023.
Apply for the 2023 Scandinavian Folk Arts & Cultural Traditions in the Upper Midwest competition for fellowships and grants. The deadline for the application is Septmeber 1, 2023.
In These Mountains: Project Grants support $10,000 in funding for organizations to conduct projects that promote the sharing, teaching, learning, preserving, and documenting folk arts and traditional culture of Central Appalachia. The deadline to apply is May 1, 2023.