Wisconsin Arts Board (WAB)
10/10/19 3:00 PM
Grants of up to $2,000 to Wisconsin arts nonprofits and government entities for general operating and arts program support. Eligible organizations are those that create and present ongoing arts programming. New applicants must submit an intent to apply before applying.
Creation and Presentation Program (CPP) grants provide artistic program and operational support to established nonprofit arts organizations whose primary mission is to create or present ongoing arts programming that makes a significant local, regional, or statewide impact on the cultural life of Wisconsin, and that furthers the Arts Board’s community development and arts education goals.
The program supports 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organizations with strong operations - including stable management, ongoing assessment and evaluation, high artistic quality, and programming appropriate to the communities they serve. These grants also fund overall operating support for eligible arts programs of tribal governments and universities. In these cases, the organizations will use either government or university nonprofit status.
Examples of Eligible Activities:
The program supports organizations that offer broad-based arts programming in any discipline (multi-arts, performing arts, literature, folk and traditional arts, visual arts). Specific activities include:
GrantWatch ID#: 147173
Awards will vary according to the Arts Board’s formula and allocation from the state legislature. Grants will not exceed 25% of the average of an applicant’s last three years’ operating revenue, or the most recent year’s operating revenue, whichever is less.
The minimum grant amount that will be awarded through this program is $2,000.
This is a multi-year grant program wherein applicants will submit a Full Year application in their designated year, and submit Interim Year applications in the other three years of the cycle.
FY20 grants support activities in Fiscal Year 2020 (July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020).
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit intent to apply to: email@example.com
To apply: https://wab.smartsimple.com/s_Login.jsp
Wisconsin Arts Board
P.O. Box 8690
Madison, WI 53708
201 West Washington Ave
Madison, WI 53703
For application questions, please call Dale Johnson at 608-264-8191.
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