Foundation / Corporation
Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) - New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Greater New York Arts Development Fund
12/30/20 11:59 PM
Awards of $5,000 to New York City artists in eligible regions to recognize outstanding works across a broad range of creative disciplines. Funding is intended to support emerging artists who create exceptional works in the media, literary, visual, and performing arts disciplines. Artists must reside in the Bronx.
Awardees are selected for work that demonstrates the following:
In addition, winners are required to complete a one-time public service activity known as Artists for Community Enrichment (ACE) within a year of receiving the award. ACE events (ranging from performances with Q&As to workshops and classes) provide artists with additional visibility and demonstrate to the community the wealth of artistic talent available in our borough.
BCA is proud to continue the BRIO tradition into the future, offering this invaluable honor in the Bronx that:
In addition, winners are required to complete a one-time public service activity known as Artists for Community Enrichment (ACE) within a year of receiving the award. ACE events (ranging from performances with Q&As to workshops and classes) provide artists with additional visibility and demonstrate to the community the wealth of artistic talent available in the borough.
For information about disciplines and categories, see: https://www.bronxarts.org/uploads/BRIO%202021%20Guidelines.pdf#page=4
GrantWatch ID#: 159313
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