Grant helps teachers and nonprofits provide experiences for students
An exciting new grant is now available to help teachers and nonprofits provide arts experiences for students in Vanderburgh County.
The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana announced Wednesday schools and 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations can apply for the grant now until Nov. 1. Applications are available atartswin.org/grantapplication.
The Arts Council awarded $30,000 to 17 local organizations and programs through the Sponsorship of the Arts Grant in 2019.
The Sponsorship of the Arts Grant can only be awarded to schools or nonprofits and are for programs and experiences that will benefit kindergarten through 12th grade students in Vanderburgh County.
The Sponsorship of the Arts Grants are available up to $5,000 for development or advancement of arts opportunities and experiences for students. New, sustainable programming that impact underserved populations are preferred, but all are welcome to apply. Applications for the Sponsorship of the Arts Grant are due Nov. 1, with fund disbursement in January 2020.
The Sponsorship of the Arts Grant is one of the many ways the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana helps promote arts and help educators in the community. The Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana is a nonprofit dedicated to enhancing quality of life and supporting economic development through advocacy and promotion of the arts, arts education and arts organizations in Southwest Indiana. The organization is also the Regional Arts Partner for the Indiana Arts Commission.
Grant applications are available at artswin.org/grantapplication.
Contact the Arts Council at (812) 303-3178 or email@example.com with any questions about grant opportunities.