Utah Division of Arts & Museums
02/12/16 5:00 PM
Grants of up to and over $30,000 to Utah nonprofit arts organizations and IHEs that have events open to the general public, to assist with their operating expenses. Eligible organizations have received at least 3 years (not necessarily consecutive) of previous funding. Programming for which grant funding is sought must be open to the general public and easily accessible.
The public (meaning those outside the institution) must comprise a significant percentage of those involved in or served by the activities.
Sustainability I Grants provide funding to nonprofit arts organizations with budgets of over $750,000 in general operating revenue.
Sustainability II Grants provide funding to nonprofit organizations with budgets under $750,000 in general operating revenue.
- Artistic excellence in programs: Artistic excellence demonstrates the organization’s potential to create art that meets the highest standards of excellence, engage the public with diverse art forms; enable participants to acquire knowledge or skills in the arts; and/or strengthen communities through the arts. What constitutes artistic excellence may vary in relation to the organization’s mission, audience and community.
- Community involvement and access: Community involvement demonstrates the organization’s efforts to understand and serve its community, its efforts to be inclusive of individuals from all demographic backgrounds, physical and cognitive abilities, as well as the community’s support of the organization.
- Sound management: Sound management demonstrates the organization’s ability to carry out its proposed activities, including the level of administrative support, the resources involved, the quality of planning, and plans for evaluation and improvement.
GrantWatch ID#: 166333
Sustainability I Grants: unspecified
Sustainability II Grants: up to $30,000
Funds must be spent between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017 (FY17). Grantees are required to file a final report for this grant online by August 1, 2017.
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