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SARATOGA ARTS' COMMUNITY ARTS GRANTS

 

Since 1991, Saratoga Arts has awarded just over $1,243,800 for community-enhancing and life-enriching arts programs in Fulton, Montgomery, and Saratoga Counties.

For the 2017 grant cycle, Saratoga Arts awarded $97,800!

 


NEED HELP WITH YOUR APPLICATION?

Saratoga Arts Provides Grant Writing Assistance to Current Applicants!

Application Review Deadline (Optional): October 12, 2017


QUICK LINKS

Sample: Letter of Intent
Brainstorming Worksheet
Promoting Your Grant-Funded Event

Final Report Forms:


Saratoga Arts' Community Arts Grants are made possible with funding by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Arts Education Grants

ARTS EDUCATION GRANTS
NEW FOR 2018

We are pleased to announce a new and exciting addition to the Arts Education Grant Funding Category!

In addition to funding short term residencies taking place in prek-12 public school settings, artists and organizations can now apply for AE funding to support AE residencies for youth or seniors taking place in community-based settings!

In-School Arts Education Grants & In-the-Community-based Arts Education Grants ranging $500-$3,000 are available to eligible Fulton, Montgomery, & Saratoga Counties-based non-profit cultural organizations and individual artists.

In-School Arts Education Grants

The basic eligibilty requirements:

  • The residency will take place in a prek-12 public school during or after school hours
  • The lead applicant must be an artist or non-profit cultural organization
  • The proposed project must include three contact sessions between an artist and the same core group of students
     

2018 IN-SCHOOL ARTS EDUCATION GRANTS GUIDELINES (PDF)

2018 IN-SCHOOL ARTS EDUCATION GRANTS APPLICATION (WORD)

2018 IN-SCHOOL ARTS EDUCATION GRANTS BUDGET (EXCEL)
 

Letter of Intent: September 15, 2017
Application Preview: October 12, 2017
Application: November 2, 2017
 


In-the-Community-Based Arts Education Grants

  • The residency will take place at a community-based setting (i.e. library, senior center, community center, etc.)
  • The lead applicant must be an artist or non-profit cultural organization
  • The proposed project must include three contact sessions between an artist and the same core group of youth or senior-aged students
     

2018 IN-THE-COMMUNITY ARTS EDUCATION GRANTS GUIDELINES (PDF)

2018 IN-THE-COMMUNITY ARTS EDUCATION GRANTS APPLICATION (WORD)

2018 IN-THE-COMMUNITY ARTS EDUCATION GRANTS BUDGET (EXCEL)
 

Letter of Intent: September 15, 2017
Application Preview: October 12, 2017
Application: November 2, 2017

 


Example Arts Education Grants:

Friends of Fort Plain Mosaic Mural, Phase 2

Awardee organization, Friends of Fort Plain, in partnership with Artist, Linda Biggers and Harry Hoag Elementary School, were awarded a 2016 Arts Education Grant inthe amount of $3,000 for a mosaic mural focusing on mosaic art and the history of Fort Plain.

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Saratoga Arts' Grant-Funded Events Happening Near You!

All grant-funded programs are open to the public and take place in communities all over Saratoga, Fulton, & Montgomery Counties.  

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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