USA: North Carolina: Johnston County
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Grants to North Carolina nonprofit organizations and arts groups in eligible areas to promote and develop cultural and arts programming. Priority funding is intended to support qualified arts organizations such as theaters, galleries, choral societies, and festivals. Additionally, priority will be given to arts in education programs conducted by qualified artists and other community organizations that provide arts programs in Johnston County.
The first priority of the Grassroots Arts subgrant program is to provide operating or program support to qualified arts organizations not already receiving or eligible to receive support from the N.C. Arts Council. These include theaters, symphonies, galleries, art guilds, choral societies, dance companies, folk arts societies, writers’ groups, and arts festivals, among others.
The second priority of the Grassroots Arts subgrant program is to support arts learning and arts in education programs conducted by qualified artists. These can be artist residencies in schools, afterschool or summer camps, or adult arts learning classes. The third priority of Grassroots Arts subgrants is to community, civic and municipal organizations. These programs must be conducted by qualified artists.
Typical uses of Grassroots money include:
Estimated Size of Grant:
All projects must take place between July 1, 2022, and June 15, 2023.
Applications must be mailed to:
Johnston County Arts Council
Grassroots Arts Program
PO Box 2019
Smithfield, NC 27577
Or hand-deliver to:
1115 Outlet Center Drive
Smithfield, NC 27577.
Direct questions to:
Darlene Williford, Executive Director