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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!

 


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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.

Community Arts Grants

COMMUNITY ARTS GRANTS

Grants up to $5,000 are awarded to non-profit organizations, municipalities and sponsored individual artists in partnership with qualifying organizations to present arts and cultural programs of high artistic merit in local communities in Fulton, Montgomery, & Saratoga Counties.

Basic Eligibility Requirements:

  • Applicant is an incorporated non-profit, or government entity or municipality in Fulton, Montgomery, or Saratoga County
  • Event must take place in the county that the org. is located in
  • Event must be open to the general public
  • Requesting funds for an arts or cultural event taking place in 2018
  • Additional funding resources must be secured in cash and in-kind
     

2018 COMMUNITY ARTS GRANTS GUIDELINES (PDF)

2018 COMMUNITY ARTS GRANTS APPLICATION (WORD)

2018 COMMUNITY ARTS GRANTS BUDGET (EXCEL)

2018 BUDGET INSTRUCTIONS (PDF)
 

Letter of Intent: September 15, 2017

Application Preview: October 12, 2017

Application: November 2, 2017

 


PREVIOUSLY FUNDED COMMUNITY ARTS GRANTS

Friends of Schoharie Crossing, Not Just for Kids Storytelling Series, $2,000
The Not Just For Kids Storytelling Series: Brings six storytellers to perform along the banks of the Schoharie Creek, outside of the Schoharie Crossing Visitor Center. The series takes  place on six Sunday evenings from July to September.
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Not So Common Players, Inc., The Beast, $3,000
The Beast: An original play set in WWII occupied France. The playwright is a Clifton Park resident and the production includes local actors. It was the play's first fully staged production. The Beast explores ethical and moral dilemmas which are universal to the human condition and transcend the historical setting of the piece.
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Amsterdam Waterfront Foundation, Riverlink Park Music Series, $4,000
Riverlink Park Summer Series: An annual concert series comprised of musical performances during the months of July and August. In the 9 concerts, groups and individual performers represent various styles and genres. The concerts afford the community free musical events otherwise unavailable in the immediate vicinity.
Photo Credit: Jerry Skrocki
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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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