Please join us as we present our next Biennial Plan Cycle for fiscal years 2020 & 2021. We welcome your input!
May 6, 2019
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Watermark Art Center – Education Room
505 Bemidji Ave. N (Bemidji)
Learn about our plans for grant and non-grant programs and services, grant deadlines, planned outcomes, strategies for implementation, and evaluation measures.
Region 2 board and staff members have developed each element of the plan over the course of the year with input from surveys, focus groups, and listening sessions in each of Region 2’s five counties. This input included expressed needs offered by artists, arts organizations, and arts-interested members of the public.
A draft of the plan will be available on Region 2’s website at r2arts.org for public viewing by May 2nd.
Contact Region 2 by email or call their office for more information: 218-751-5447 / 800-275-5447 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Arts Project Grant Applications will be reviewed tonight, Monday, April 15th, beginning at 5 pm in the Education Studio at the Watermark Art Center in Bemidji. Observers are welcome!
Region 2 Arts Council office is closed today – Friday April 12, 2019 – due to the unseasonal spring snowstorm that dropped quite a few inches of snow on us. If you are working on an Arts Access Grant for Small Towns Application that is due this Monday, April 15th, and need some help please email Holly Alcott our Grants Manager at email@example.com. She is diligently working from home. If you would like a phone consultation, please email her your phone number and she will call you. Good Luck everyone & stay off the roads if possible! Thanks.
The AAI Council Business meeting and AAI Fellowship application review is tomorrow, April 3rd, starting at 5:30 pm. This meeting takes place at the Region 2 Arts Council office and the public is invited to attend.
Maximum Grant Award: $6,000 ( 20-25% Cash Match)
Applications are due: April 15
Open specifically to non-profits, schools, government or tribal offices, or groups with a fiscal sponsor, located in towns with a population under 2,000. These grants can support creation, production, and presentation high-quality arts activities, as well as projects that help overcome barriers to accessing high-quality arts activities, and projects that help instill the arts into the community and public life in our region.
For details visit AAG for Small Towns
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Region 2 Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.
Young Artist Grant Application Review is this Wednesday, March 27 beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Review session takes place in the Region 2 Arts Council office.
The Region 2 Arts Council operates in the spirit of the open meeting law. The public is welcome to attend.