Monday, January 3, 2011

KS Arts Commission Grant Opportunities Available January 10

For more information contact:

Robyn Horton
Communications Manager
785/368-6546
robyn@arts.ks.gov

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - January 3, 2010
700 SW Jackson Street, Ste. 1004
Topeka, Kansas 66603-3774
http://arts.ks.gov/

KANSAS ARTS COMMISSION GRANT OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE JANUARY 10

Topeka, Kan. – The Kansas Arts Commission announces that the agency’s Fiscal Year 2012 grant guidelines will be available online on Monday, January 10, 2011.

The following grant opportunities will be available at http://arts.ks.gov/grants/index.shtml:

Artist Project and Collaboration and Development Grants
    • Artist Community Collaboration Grants encourage artists to initiate and implement projects with organizations and communities both to benefit the public and to advance the artist’s creative work.
    • Artist Development Grants encourage artists to further their business and artistic skills to advance their career. 
Arts-in-Education Arts Leadership and Arts Learning Grants: Arts-in-Education Programs support innovative, structured arts-learning experiences for Kansas children from birth through the 12th grade. The arts are a proven and vital component of education and that the arts are a core part of 21st-century workforce skills.
    • Arts Learning Program – for arts and cultural nonprofit organizations or government arts agencies with previous fiscal year budgets under $350,000 or non-arts organizations or agencies of any budget size
    • Arts Leadership Program – for nonprofit arts organizations or government arts agencies with previous fiscal year budgets over $350,000 
Arts on Tour Presenter Grants: Provides opportunities, for all Kansans, through underwriting from the Kansas Arts Commission, to enjoy live experiences with Kansas artists listed in the Kansas Arts Commission’s Kansas Arts on Tour Roster.

Operational Support for Arts and Cultural Organizations: Financial assistance to Kansas nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable 501(c)3 arts and cultural organizations or governmental arts and cultural entities.

Partnership Agreements: Partnership Agreements support 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations and government agencies in conducting research or offering statewide artistic programs or professional development, training and consulting opportunities for artists, arts and cultural managers, staff and volunteers.

Fiscal Year 2012 Grant Guidelines Workshops will be held telephone/online on Wednesday, January 19, at 2:00 pm, and Thursday, January 20, at 10:00 am.

To register, go to http://kansasartscommission.org/forms/workshops.asp.

For questions, please call 866/433-0688 (toll free) or 785/296-3335, or e-mail kac@arts.ks.gov.

The Kansas Arts Commission is the state agency dedicated to promoting and supporting the arts in Kansas. Its mission is to provide opportunities for the people of Kansas to experience, celebrate and value the arts throughout their lives. For more information on the Kansas Arts Commission, please visit the KAC website at http://arts.ks.gov/.

1 comment:

  1. As Kansas arts commission grant opportunities are available from January 10. Then their would be lot of application for this. And everyone would apply for this.

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