Maximum Award: $3,000 (No Cash Match Needed)
Deadline: November 15, 2018 by 11:59 pm
Review Date: January 12, 2019
Earliest Start Date: ~February 1, 2019
Cultural Traditions in the Arts Grants can support events and activities that represent the diverse ethnic and cultural arts traditions in our state. These funds are specifically for building bridges between all Minnesotans through arts and culture by ensuring that Minnesotans are able to experience first hand our diverse cultures through the work of artists and arts organizations in the state. These grants offer funding for a variety of arts projects and programming including costs associated with public art, arts festivals, engagement of guest artists, arts field trips, workshops, exhibitions, presentations, or performances. Arts activities proposed for funding must be open to and accessible by the public and have a strong community component. Non-profits, arts organizations, schools, community education programs, institutions of higher learning, local city, town, county government or tribal offices, or groups formed for nonprofit purposes with a fiscal sponsor can apply for grants up to $3,000 (with no cash match needed) to fund arts projects that will benefit the residents of Beltrami, Hubbard, Clearwater, Lake of the Woods, or Mahnomen Counties.
Open to non-profits, arts organizations, schools, community education programs, institutions of higher learning, local city, town, county government or tribal offices, or groups formed for nonprofit purposes with a fiscal sponsor. Check out the eligibility section. If you can answer true to all these statements, then you should be eligible to apply. If you answer false to one of the statements, contact us to discuss eligibility.
The Grant Application
View pdf of last year’s application form (Sample only – cannot be submitted – only online submissions are accepted)