Alabama State Council on the Arts
09/01/20 5:00 PM
Grants to Alabama nonprofit organizations, schools, institutions of higher education, and PreK-12 arts educators to enhance art experiences in schools. Funding is intended to support fellowships, projects, and arts enrichment activities that increase students' exposure to the arts.
Curriculum-Based Project Grants: Provides support for specific projects that advance the goal of the arts as an essential component of PreK-12 curriculum. Projects must seek to establish, expand or advance arts education as defined by the Alabama State Department of Education in the Alabama Course of Study: Arts Education. Trips out of state or abroad do not receive priority, and must be related to a specific project that will have long term impact. For more information:
AIE Enhancement Grants: Provides small grants for schools and organizations engaging in arts exposure and arts enrichment activities, such as in-school performances, field trips to arts facilities or events, or professional development workshops. Trips out of state or abroad do not receive priority, and must be related to a specific project that will have long term impact. Funds may be used for transportation, tickets, presenter fees, workshop fees, and other direct costs related to the enhancement activities. Support may also be requested for emerging projects that are not yet fully developed into curriculum-based activities. For more information:
Arts Educator Fellowship: A recognition award for exceptional teaching and personal mentoring of Alabama students within one or more of the arts disciplines as defined by the Alabama Course of Study, Arts Education. The cash award should be used to further the career of the artist educator, enhancing creativity in the arts and educational practice.
GrantWatch ID#: 181328
- Arts Education Fellowships: $5,000 award
- Curriculum-Based Project Grants: There is no limit on how much may be requested. However, grant amounts rarely exceed $10,000.
- AIE Enhancement Grants: $1,000 - $3,000
June 1 - For school-year projects
September 1 - For projects which will occur between January 1 and September 30
AIE Enhancement Grants: Emerging projects will be eligible for no more than 2 years of funding under this program.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online through eGRANT: https://alabamaarts.egrant.net/
For questions related to Arts in Education, please contact:
Diana F. Green, Arts in Education Program Manager
Rosalind Tucker, Program Assistant
Alabama State Council on the Arts
201 Monroe Street, Suite 110
Montgomery, AL 36104-3721
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