SARATOGA ARTS' COMMUNITY ARTS GRANTS
Since 1991, Saratoga Arts has awarded close to $1,350,000 for community-enhancing and life-enriching arts programs in Fulton, Montgomery, and Saratoga Counties.
For the 2018 grant cycle, Saratoga Arts has awarded $103,800!
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Application Review Deadline (Optional): October 12, 2017
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.
Fulton & Montgomery Counties:
Fulton-Montgomery Arts Grants Program (F-MAG)
For Non-Profits, Municipalities, Government Entities, and Individual Artists in Fulton and Montgomery Counties
In 2014, Saratoga Arts awarded $42,000 for arts,cultural, and in-school programming in communities throughout Fulton and Montgomery Counties.
Saratoga Arts offers the following three grant opportunities in Fulton and Montgomery Counties:
Project Grants of $500-$5,000 are awarded to registered 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 throughout Fulton and Montgomery Counties.
Artist Grants in the amount of $2,500 each are awarded to individual artists for the creation of new work that engages local Fulton or Montgomery County communities in the creative process. All arts disciplines accepted.
Arts Education Grants
Arts Education Grants of $500-$3,000 are awarded to Fulton or Montgomery County individual artists and registered non-profits in partnership with a public school In Fulton or Montgomery County
This program receives support from Saratoga Arts through its Fulton-Montgpmery Arts Grants Program, which is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
For complete details on the F-MAG Program please visit the Non-Profits and Artists page.
All grant-funded programs are open to the public and take place in communities all over Saratoga, Fulton, & Montgomery Counties.