Cedar City Arts Council (CCAC) Mini-Grant

Grants to Iron County, Utah Nonprofits, Groups,
and Individuals for Arts Activities and Equipment

GrantWatch ID#: 172285
Agency Type:

Foundation / Corporation

Cedar City Arts Council (CCAC)

08/31/17 Postmarked

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Grants of up to $500 to Iron County, Utah nonprofits, groups, artists, and K-16 teachers for a wide range of visual, performing, or literary arts activities. Funding is intended for projects, equipment, supplies, rental of performance venues or displays, travel or registration costs for vocational training, promotional advertising costs, or other support. Grants support creative endeavors that strengthen the communication between artists and the community.


Up to $500.

Applicants are juded on the perceived ability to complete the proposed idea or project within one year of the receipt of grant funds.

Applicants may receive repetitive funding, but not in two consecutive grant cycles.

- Developing, emerging, or established artists who desire to enhance their creative process, product, or projects
- Small arts organizations with an annual budget of less than $25,000 (501(c)(3) non-profit status is not required)
- Proposals from K-16 teachers or students that elevate and exceed the scope of the normal curriculum in granting academic credit.

Applicants must be residents of Iron County, Utah. When possible, grant funds must be spent in Iron County, Utah.

Applicants may not apply for CCAC grant funds if they are concurrently funded by the Utah Division of Arts and Museums or the Cedar City Recreation, Arts & Parks (RAP) Tax.

Current CCAC Board of Trustee members are not eligible to apply for individual projects, but may partner on projects with other artists, groups, or organizations.

Grant funds may be used to purchase supplies or equipment; rent displays or performance venues; support mileage or registration costs to attend educational or training sessions; purchase promotional advertising; or their needs as demonstrated in the grant application.

Applications must be postmarked by August 31 or February 28 (or Feb. 29, in leap years) each year. Notification of awards will occur within 30 days of the deadline. Applications postmarked after the deadline will be retained and considered in the following grant cycle.

Applicants will be required to make a short presentation to the Arts Council's Grant Review Committee.

Individuals and groups that receive a first-time grant award will be charged a $10 processing fee if they are not current members of the CCAC, deducted from the grant award amount. Current member applicants do not pay a processing fee.

Membership information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Mail applications to:

P. O. Box 2655
Cedar City, UT 84721

For further information about the Cedar City Arts Council Mini-Grant Program, contact:

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