Foundation / Corporation
Boulder County Arts Alliance (BCAA) - Martha Kate Thomas Fund for Artists
06/08/21 5:00 PM
Grants of up to $3,000 to Colorado nonprofit organizations and artists in eligible regions to assist local artists. Applicants must make contact before applying. Funding is intended to help indigenous artists, artists with disabilities, artists with unanticipated needs, artists between 18 and 30 years old, and artists of color. Art forms can include but are not limited to: music, theater, dance, film/video, literature, visual art. Applicants must be in Boulder County.
Unforeseen needs due to special circumstances may include loss of equipment or supplies, and unplanned expenses due to natural disaster, debilitating illness, accidents and more. Priority is given to applicants that are not eligible to file insurance claims or who may be eligible but coverage is inadequate to cover the loss.
Priority groups refer to individual artists or the founders/directors of organizations. The work of the artist or organization will also be taken into consideration as proposals are reviewed.
Examples of Unforeseen Needs Potentially Funded
GrantWatch ID#: 159225
Grant awards will not exceed $3000.
The project, purchase or request must take place within 14 months from the date the grant check is issued.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For additional information about the Martha Kate Thomas Fund for Artists grants and tips for submitting a successful proposal, call 303-447-2422.
Boulder County Arts Alliance
2590 Walnut Street, Suite 9
Boulder, CO 80302
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