Deadline: June 30. Up to $10K in scripts and royalties to middle and high schools for three-minute videos created by students and staff that demonstrate why “the show must go on” on at their school. Info and app: http://www.pioneerdrama.com/Video_Contest_Home.asp
Grants totaling $1.4M will support partnerships between artists and organizations working to create and pilot methods for reaching the public and developing interest in and access to jazz, theater, and contemporary dance. Full Press Release: “The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Awards $1.475 Million in Grants to Artists and Organizations Working Together to Build Demand for the Performing Arts.” 4/09/13.
Deadline: October 1. Grants and scholarships up to $10K to NAEA members for programs and activities that support classroom-based arts education. Info and app:
Deadline: May 3. Grants of $20K to exceptional Native artists who have had significant impact in their respective disciplines, earned the respect of their colleagues, and achieved recognition in the field. Info and app:
Deadline: June 1. Grants of $48K to San Francisco-based film organizations interested in assisting independent filmmakers by providing low-cost office and film production space in the Bay Area. Info and app:
Deadline: May 16. Grants up to $20K to enhance arts learning in K-12 public schools during the 2013-14 school year. Only 501(c)(3) organizations that are full members in good standing of the National Guild for Community Arts Education are eligible to apply. Info and app:
With an increased annual grants budget and a new program to help arts groups make long-term investments in audience engagement efforts, the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage will become the trusts’ primary vehicle for arts funding. Full Article: “The Pew Charitable Trusts Announces New Culture Funding Strategy.” Pew Charitable Trusts Press Release 3/21/13.
Deadline: Rolling. Organizations are eligible to apply for funding in the areas of the arts, education, and health and scientific research. Preference will be given to organizations with a history of achievement, good management, and stable finances; and self-sustaining programs with the potential to make measurable impact. Info and app:
GETTY FOUNDATION MULTICULTURAL UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIP (MUI) GRANTS TO MUSEUMS AND VISUAL ARTS ORGANIZATIONSDecember 12, 2012
Deadline February 1, 2013. MUI program has supported more than 2,700 internships in Los Angeles-area museums and non profit visual arts organizations to increase diversity in the professions related to the visual arts and to provide programmatic support for local organizations. App and info: