City of Miami Beach Arts and Culture, Cultural Arts Council
02/14/20 4:00 PM EST
Grants to Florida nonprofits and cultural departments of IHEs to support cultural and artistic programming in eligible regions. Applicants must submit an LOI prior to applying. Funding is intended to support organizations that significantly contribute to cultural life in Miami Beach.
Organizations with major preeminent and smaller arts institutions physically based in the City of Miami Beach, whose primary mission is year-round artistic and cultural programming that contributes significantly to the cultural life of the City of Miami Beach may apply.
Cultural Anchor organizations include Oolite Arts, The Bass Museum of Art, Jewish Museum of Florida, Miami City Ballet, Miami Design Preservation League, Miami New Drama, New World Symphony, Miami Beach Urban Studios (MBUS-FIU), Wolfsonian – FIU, Holocaust Memorial Committee, Miami Beach Film Society, Miami Beach Garden Conservancy (Miami Beach Botanical Garden), Miami Dade Public Library, O Cinema, The Rhythm Foundation, and University of Wynwood (O,Miami).
GrantWatch ID#: 139190
Maximum Request Amounts
- $25,000 for Anchors with annual organizational budgets below $750,000
- $30,000 for Anchors with annual organizational budgets between $750,000 and 3.5M
- $35,000 for Anchors with annual organizational budgets at or above $3.5M
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit Intent to Apply: https://miamibeachfl.gosmart.org/
(305) 673-7577 x26256
(305) 673-7577 x26884
Tourism, Culture and Economic Development
1755 Meridian Ave, Suite 500, 5th Floor
Miami Beach, FL 33139
USA: Florida: City of Miami Beach
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