Saratoga Arts' mission is to enrich the region by
cultivating a vibrant arts community and by
ensuring that the arts are accessible to all.

Arts Education Grants

ARTS EDUCATION GRANTS

In addition to funding short term residencies taking place in pre k-12 public school settings, artists and organizations can apply for AE funding to support AE residencies for learners of any age taking place in community-based settings!  In-School Arts Education Grants & 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 eligibility 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 be sequential and include three contact sessions between an artist and the same core group of students

Application, Guidelines and Budget Forms
2020 In School AE Guidelines (PDF)
2020 In School AE Application (WORD)
2020 In-School AE Budget (EXCEL)

Deadlines for the 2020 funding cycle
Letter of Intent: September 13, 2019
Application Preview: October 4, 2019
Application: October 25, 2019

 


 

Community-Based Arts Education Grants

The basic eligibility requirements:

  • 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 be sequential and include three contact sessions between an artist and the same core group of students

Application, Guidelines, and Budget Form
2020 AE Community Guidelines (PDF)
2020 AE Community Application (WORD)
2020 AE Community Budget (EXCEL)

Deadlines for the 2020 Funding Cycle
Letter of Intent: September 13, 2019
Application Preview: October 4, 2019
Application: October 25, 2019