Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD), Connecticut Office of the Arts (COA)
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Grants of up to $20,000 to Connecticut artists, arts organizations, agencies, IHEs, schools, and school districts to create and implement collaborative arts projects addressing community needs and opportunities. March 15 is the deadline to submit the required Letter of Intent. Eligible projects include partners and have a substantial public art component.
Public Art Community Projects has no media restrictions and may be permanent or temporary, large or small, and may be visual, theatrical, literary-based, etc. Public Art generally includes the following:
• Publicity accessible, located in a public domain and/or easily accessible to the general population (without admission fees)
• Involves a collaborative process in the planning and/or creation of the artwork
• Directly engages the community and is developed intentionally for a specific community
• Planned and executed for a specific site
GrantWatch ID#: 153667
$5,000 - $20,000
July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017.
Final Report due August 30, 2017 or 60 days following completion of project, if sooner.
A project may begin before or end after the COA grant funding period; HOWEVER, the use and/or attribution of COA funds MUST only be used during the specified funding period with a clear outline included in your application.
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