Foundation / Corporation
Charles County Arts Alliance (CCAA)
10/31/19 12:00 Noon
Grants ranging from $100 $500 and grants ranging from $100 to $800 to Charles County, Maryland public and private elementary and secondary schools to strengthen, enhance, and promote the arts and arts learning. Funding may be used to provide hands-on intensive workshops or quality performances in schools by visiting artists, performers, authors, poets, master teachers, and professionals. Program areas include music, visual art, drama, dance, and literature for the educational enhancement of youth.
GrantWatch ID#: 160627
For public schools:
- The total amount of AIE grant funding from the CCAA cannot exceed $500 for any school. Other AIE grant funding is available directly from the Maryland State Arts Council (www.msac.org).
- You may request from $100 to $500 in support of your arts project/series; the CCAA cannot fund more than 50% of your total project expenses.
For Private and Parochial Schools:
- The total amount of AIE grant funding from the CCAA cannot exceed $800 for any school. Other AIE grant funding is available directly from the Maryland State Arts Council (www.msac.org).
- You may request from $100 to $800 in support of your arts project/series; the CCAA cannot fund more than 50% of your total project expenses.
All events must take place by May 3, 2020.
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