The Connecticut Office of the Arts
(COA) has announced four state-wide funding opportunities with
an Intent-to-Submit deadline of March 15. The grants
are as follows:
• FY2017 ARTS & COMMUNITY IMPACT
Project Grants - New or adapted arts-based projects that
create meaningful relationships with non-arts stakeholders and
connect intrinsic values of the arts to identifiable community
need. $5,000-10,000; $10,000-20,000.
• FY2017 ARTS LEARNING Project Grants- Arts in education-based projects that engage partners to
advance teaching and learning in the arts, through quality arts
engagement, arts integration, arts exploration and discovery
experiences in a community setting. $5,000-20,000.
• FY2017 Supporting Arts in Place
(operating support) - Predominantly unrestricted operating
support determined via funding calculations primarily generated
from organizational data.
FY2017 Regional Initiative Grants
($1,000-$4,000) will also be discussed. The deadline for the
Regional Initiative grants is July 29, 2016.
titles above for further information on each grant line. See Grants-At-a-Glance one-sheet
explanation and comparison of all grants. For the first four
grant types above, an Intent to Submit must be filed by March
15, using COA’s on-line e-granting portal accessible here. Applicants must
create an account, or sign in.
The Cultural Alliance of Fairfield
County has organized a
If you cannot attend, you will be
welcome at sessions presented by other Designated Regional Service
Organizations. Currently other sessions are as follows:
Arts Council Thursday,
February 25th 9am
82 Main Street, Torrington, CT 06790
Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut Thursday, February 25th 1:00 – 3:00 PM
@287 Gallery & Meeting Place, 287 Main Street, Danbury
The Arts Council of Greater New Haven Friday, February 26th at 10:00am
Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, Third Floor Conference
Room, 70 Audubon St., New Haven. For more information call:
Additional sessions will be announced here once they become available.