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.

2021 Community Arts Grant Cycle Information including Timelines, Grant Seminars Schedule, Guidelines and Application Material will be announced June 2020.

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

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