Utah Division of Arts and Museums (UDAM)
04/06/18 5:00 PM MST
Grants ranging from $500 to $2,000 to Utah nonprofit organizations and government agencies to develop and present arts-oriented projects for the general public. Possible projects include exhibitions, festivals, creative place-making projects to promote community revitalization, and other creative public presentations that promote the arts in a community or geographic region.
The purpose of Arts Project Grants is to enable organizations and groups to develop and provide arts-based projects that are open and accessible to the general public. Although the Arts Project category is intentionally nimble and inclusive of a broad variety of ideas, funding preference is given to the following types of projects (not listed in order):
-Projects that are innovative and not part of regular programming
-Projects that create impact within the broad community or support underserved groups/populations
-Festivals, public events, and other projects that raise awareness of the public value of the arts
GrantWatch ID#: 180638
Funding Range: $500 to $2,000
The culminating performance, project, or presentation must take place between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019.
Organizations are not guaranteed funding from one year to the next.
-501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations
-Municipalities or government agencies
-Correctional/juvenile facilities, social service agencies, and libraries or community centers
-Fiscally sponsored projects with a community focus
If you are an organization whose mission is primarily the arts, you should consider applying for the general operating support grants instead of Arts Project.
Please note: UDAM does not fund L3C, for-profit, or individuals, in this category.
-Activities that have already taken place
-Programming completed prior to July 1, 2018
-Purchase of equipment
-Direct funding to acquire, construct, extend or maintain a facility
-Activities or materials which violate State or Federal laws
-Fundraising events/expenses or galas, including prizes, awards, or benefits
-Hospitality (food, refreshments, etc.)
-Scholarships for academic programs
-Activities restricted to an organization’s membership
-Employee or applicant’s personal gain
-Individual artist commissions
-Paid political advertising or lobbying expenses
-L3C, for-profit, or individuals
All applicants that identify as organizations are required to have a DUNS number, a unique nine-digit identification number provided by Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) and required for all applicants for federal grants and cooperative agreements. If you are applying as an individual artist, you do not need to get a DUNS number.
The deadline for Arts Project A is April 6, 2018 at 5:00 PM MST.
Arts Project B will open August 6, 2018
Applicants are advised to start the application process early, at least two weeks before the deadline to ensure you have fulfilled all requirements.
Application Forms and Resources:
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.