City of Atlanta - Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA)
08/20/21 5:00 PM
Contracts for services of $2,400 to Georgia neighborhood planning units and neighborhood associations for community enrichment activities in eligible locations. First-time applicants must attend an online application workshop prior to applying. Priority funding is intended to support proposals that serve underserved communities. Eligible projects are in the disciplines of visual, literary, sound, or performing arts; are accessible to the general public; and take place within the City of Atlanta.
Neighborhood Arts Grants is a neighborhood arts-focused funding program designed to encourage artistic development, engage neighborhood art-making, and re-imagine places. The OCA piloted this funding program in early 2015 to help neighborhood associations and neighborhood planning units (NPU) enrich the quality of life in the City of Atlanta.
Eligible for Support:
NAG funding supports neighborhood arts in the following two categories:
The OCA supports applicants that demonstrate diversity in their programs through artists, staff, committee, and board participation, as well as through programs that interest and educate Atlanta's culturally diverse and underserved populations. Priority populations include low-income youth, senior citizens, people with physical and or/ emotional disabilities, ethnic minorities and the LGBTQ communities. and traditionally underrepresented audiences.
GrantWatch ID#: 178619
The maximum request is $2,400. If awarded funding, applicants will receive the full request.
The contract begins at the time of notification and continues until June 30, 2022.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit applications to:
Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs
55 Trinity Avenue, SW
Atlanta, GA 30303
Direct questions to:
Contracts for Arts Services Program Manager
USA: Georgia: City of Atlanta
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