City of Georgetown
06/30/22 11:59 PM
Grants to Texas nonprofits arts and cultural organizations, and schools in eligible locations for cultural programming and organizational development. Focus areas include music, visual arts, dance, cultural heritage, literary arts, and theatre. Eligible organizations should benefit the City of Georgetown.
The Georgetown Arts and Culture Grants help the Arts and Culture Board fulfill bylaw requirements which include recognizing and encouraging groups and organizations that enrich Georgetown life by bringing cultural and artistic values and artifacts to the City. Members of the Arts and Culture Board believe a vibrant arts community and cultural offerings are good for the quality of life for residents, will attract visitors, and will assist Georgetown in becoming a nationally recognized arts destination by 2030. The grant program helps develop and strengthen the local arts community by contributing funding to arts and culture programming that enhances the local community.
Eligible requests include equipment and supplies specific to the event or program that is occurring during the period of performance and necessary for the event/program to occur. Organizational development requests include strategic planning, board development, and board training initiatives.
Special consideration will be given for events or projects that meet one or more of these criteria:
Programming and events must be open to the public.
GrantWatch ID#: 149818
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online (from June 1):
If you have questions, please email Amanda Still at email@example.com or call 512-930-8471.
Georgetown Arts & Culture
402 W. Eighth St.
Georgetown, Texas 78626
USA: Texas: City of Georgetown
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