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Lana Jordan Developing Artist Grants

Grants to Kansas Artists in Eligible
Regions for Career Development

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Salina Arts and Humanities Foundation (SAHF) - Horizons Grants Program

LOI Date:

09/20/21

Deadline Date:

11/01/21 11:59 PM

Description:

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Grants of up to $2,000 to Kansas early-career artists in eligible locations for career development. Applicants must submit their intent to apply and must meet with program staff prior to submitting a full proposal. Eligible artists may work in a range of artistic disciplines, including performing, visual, literary, and interdisciplinary arts. These grants are intended to not only advance an artist's career but also to demonstrate community impact through a committed public component. Eligible applicants are residents of Saline County.

Expected Program Outcomes:

  1. Foster the creation of new work
  2. Promote artistic growth
  3. Strengthen the ability of artists to build partnerships
  4. Implement a public component to engage the community.

Grants are typically awarded for the following activities: 

  • Presentation – Funds may be requested to complete or produce a significant new work of art. Eligible requests may include: 1) the cost of purchasing necessary supplies and materials; or 2) the cost of renting a facility for a public presentation of the work.
  • Study & Training – Training funds should be used to advance the applicant’s artistic skills. Funding requests may include, for example, covering the fee to attend a master class conducted by an acknowledged authority in the artist’s discipline, attending a workshop which will assist the applicant in some aspect of presenting his or her work in a more effective and professional manner, or identifying and working with a mentor on a specific project.
  • Artistic Promotion – Funds may be requested for the development and distribution of a professional quality publication, demonstration audiotape, videotape, or a portfolio of work samples.
  • Equipment – Funds may be requested for the purchase of equipment related to the applicant’s art form (for example: kiln, darkroom equipment, computers, musical instruments, etc.).
  • Travel – As judged appropriate in the context of the application, is allowed.

As part of the funding, applicants are asked to share the outcome of the grant activity through a public component.

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 175690

Estimated Size of Grant:

Funding amounts typically range between $500 and $2,000. In exceptional cases, a higher level of funding may be awarded.

Term of Contract:

Grant period is not to exceed one year.
2022 Grant Cycle: February 1-November 30

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Eligible Applicants: Any highly-skilled visual, performing, literary and/or interdisciplinary artist who has demonstrated dedication to his/her art form, but who has not yet firmly established his/her career as a full-time, practicing artist. Applicants must be 18 years or older and a resident of Saline County for at least one year prior to the application due date.

Eligible candidates are not required to earn a living exclusively through the practice of their art form. However, applicants must demonstrate a commitment to do so, when and if it becomes feasible. Artists who have established skills and credentials in one art form, but are expanding into a new area, are eligible to apply for funding.

Beyond these general guidelines, the decision of exactly who qualifies as a Developing Artist is ultimately determined by the Salina Arts and Humanities Department according to guidelines and criteria.

In general, Horizons Developing Artists funds may not be used for:
-Tuition for undergraduate or graduate study
-Projects that have already been completed
-Projects that do not include plans for a public component or presentation

Pre-Application Information:

Grant Cycle: May 1 - November 1

Applications must be submitted online by 11:59 PM on November 1, 2021.

Intent to apply must be received by Anna Pauscher Morawitz four (4) weeks prior to deadline for returning applicants (by October 4, 2021) and six (6) weeks prior to deadline for first time applicants (by September 20, 2021).

Please note: Applicants must schedule an appointment with SAH staff to review the proposed project prior to writing and submission.

Applicants are required to supply one-third of the total cost of the project as a cash match; indicating a 1:2 ratio.

Download documents in the Grant Portal at https://salinaks.seamlessdocs.com/sc/developingartist.

Contact Information:

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

Application: https://salinaks.seamlessdocs.com/f/ltp3sndit96c

Budget: https://salinaks.seamlessdocs.com/f/mgvobqda4var

Arts Education Coordinator
Anna Pauscher Morawitz
anna.pauscher@salina.org

Salina Arts & Humanities
PO Box 2181
Salina, KS 67402-2181
Phone: [785] 309-5770
Fax: [785] 826-7444
E-mail: sah@salina.org

City of Salina
support@salina.org
300 W Ash, Salina, KS, 67401, US

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