North Dakota Council on the Arts (NDCA)
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Grants starting at $3,000 to North Dakota cultural and arts nonprofits that have been in existence for at least four years, for general expenses. Funding is intended primarily for productions, presentations, and service to the arts. Eligible arts disciplines include music, dance theater and opera; visual arts, design arts, photography, and media arts; literature; folk arts; and multi-disciplinary arts.
The program provides general support for qualifying arts and cultural organizations that have proven they have strong management and leadership, quality artistic programming and services, and are an important part of the arts infrastructure in their communities.
- Assist arts institutions and cultural organizations in improving artistic or administrative standards.
- Encourage arts organizations to attain financial stability by developing a diversified funding base.
- Expand cultural opportunities to new audiences and underserved areas.
- Increase opportunities for local artists and others to participate in a wide range of arts activities.
- Expand public value of the various art forms.
- General operating expenses (may include salaries).
- Honoraria for artistic and technical staff/services.
- Production costs for performances, exhibitions, and publications.
GrantWatch ID#: 134964
- Minimum grants in this category are $3,000 per fiscal year; maximum grants are $10,000.
- Successful applicants are not guaranteed a specific dollar amount for the entire three-year period; all grants are subject to available funding from the National Endowment for the Arts and the North Dakota State Legislature.
- Funds are awarded for a three-year period that coincides with the NDCA's National Endowment for the Arts federal grant cycle.
- Funds must be expended in the fiscal year for which they are awarded. Unused grant funds cannot be carried over into the next fiscal year.
- Grant funds cannot be released until after July 1, providing all final reports required for previous grants have been submitted.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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