New Mexico Arts (NMA)
12/06/19 5:00 PM MST
Grants to New Mexico nonprofit organizations, government agencies, tribes, schools, and IHEs for a broad range of arts programming to benefit public audiences. New applicants are required to submit a proposal draft for review in advance of the deadline.
New Mexico Arts funds nonprofits and governmental organizations for arts activities in the following discipline areas: performing arts, visual arts, literary arts, media arts, multidisciplinary arts (involving more than one artistic discipline), and interdisciplinary arts (relating two or more artistic disciplines). New Mexico Arts support programs that foster arts education, arts economic development; performing and visual arts, and contemporary and traditional folk arts in New Mexico.
Any organization that receives funding from New Mexico Arts should have a public presentation component during the contract period. Examples of public presentations include exhibitions, publications, screenings, lectures, or performances. All public presentations must be open and accessible to the general public.
GrantWatch ID#: 176339
- Applicants for Arts Projects funding are limited to a maximum request of $20,000.
- Applicants for Major Cultural Organizations funding are limited to a maximum request of $20,000.
- Applicants for Colleges, Universities, and Government Entities funding are limited to a maximum request of $20,000.
- Applicants for Community Arts funding are limited to a maximum request of $15,000.
- Applicants to Arts in Social Service are limited to a maximum request of $15,000.
- Applicants to Traditional Folks Arts Projects are limited to a maximum request of $15,000.
- Applicants for Arts Learning in Schools & Community are limited to a maximum request of $20,000.
- Applicants to the LAC and SO Category are limited to a maximum request of $20,000.
- Applicants to Economic and Entrepreneurial Development are limited to yearly maximum requests of $15,000.
- Applicants for Arts Trails are limited to a maximum request of $20,000.
Activities funded for FY2021 should have a public presentation component that takes place between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Jenice Gharib, Grants & Policy Director
Arts Trails, Economic & Entrepreneurial Development, Local Arts Councils & Service Organizations
Phyllis Kennedy, Program Coordinator
Arts Education; Arts in Social Service; Colleges, Universities, & Government Entities
Lilli Tichinin, Program Coordinator
Arts Projects, Folk Arts, Accessibility
Maggie Hanley, Program Coordinator
Major Cultural Organizations, Community Arts
New Mexico Arts
Bataan Memorial Building
407 Galisteo Suite 270
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
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