We support local arts and cultural organizations as critical forces for positive change in Flint. Since opening in September 2015, 63 applications have been funded for a total of $2 018 014, investing in vibrant arts and cultural projects across the state. The Arts in the Community awardee, led by Director Janice Chrzescijanek, views art as a commonsense tool to make the town better.
Howard’s commitment to the craft center is indicative of his understanding of how critically necessary the arts are to the health of a community, both its economic vitality and the quality of life offered its residence,” commented Mary Daniel, former chairman of the board of Brookfield Craft Center.
Whether you’re most interested in matters of education, the economy, healthcare, or innovation, the arts plays a role in improving these—and many more—aspects of our world. The purpose of the Arts Organization Project Grant program is to support registered Alberta arts organizations, companies and/or schools by providing a grant for a specific arts-related project or event. We invest in the vital work of these racially diverse arts groups so the art canon and sector can be flush with diverse artists, spaces and audiences. The percentage of American households donating private funds to the arts also declined by almost 9 percent. Don’t lose your access to more than 7,000 arts professionals working to advance the arts in America! If you’re passionate enough about a local arts nonprofit and you have enough friends to join you, we recommend that you contact the executive director and tell him or her you’d like a meeting!
In addition, awards are made to the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies to support national leadership services and to Pacific Resources in Education and Learning for delivery of arts education services and technical assistance to the jurisdictional arts agencies of the Pacific territories.
The purpose of the AFA’s Individual Artists Project Grant program is to support the development of individual Alberta artists, arts administrators or an ensemble of Alberta artists by providing a grant for a specific arts-related project. OAC has established a funding program dedicated to Deaf artists and artists with disabilities The program supports the creation and production of new work, and professional development through grants of up to $10,000. CLICK HERE to learn more about the UPAF member groups supported by the UPAF Ride for the Arts. Most arts seasons officially kick-off in September and October, so if you’re considering joining this year, click below and bring a friend.