Howard County Arts Council (HCAC)
06/05/21 11:59 PM
Grants to Maryland public and private K-12 schools in eligible locations to support residencies for professional artists. Priority will be given to residencies lasting three or more days and to projects that include more than a presentation or performance. Funding is intended to support residencies taking place in Howard County.
Purpose of the Artists-in-Education Grant Program:
For grant purposes, a residency is defined as a multi-day stay in the classroom by an artist who may work with students, faculty, and occasionally the larger community to demonstrate an artistic process and/or produce an artistic product. The majority of residency activities must take place in the classroom during regular school day hours. Each residency should include an orientation and planning period and at least one follow-up session.
Additional guidelines may be found in the Guidelines link in the Pre-Application Information field below.
GrantWatch ID#: 181428
No grant may exceed half of the total budget of the applicant’s proposal or half of the total HCAC funds available for the Artists-in-Education grant program.
Length of Residency: This varies widely depending on what the applicant wants to accomplish and the complexity of the project. There have been occasional one-day residencies and some are as long as 6-8 weeks.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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